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September 25, 1992 II Ill II The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana III III 7 readers get sundae party The Holy Cross Boosters in Fort Branch hosted an ice cream sundae party for the school's "Gold Medal Readers." Students who read at least nine books dur- ing the summer received gold medal awards at the party. Students who attended the party included: Blankenherger, Jamie Carter, Stuart Hillyard, Becky Kiesel, Cheryl Kiesel, Katie Mayer, Jace Norris, Lorl Powers and Chris Watkins. Fourth graders -- Jennifer Baehl, Matt Barrett, Sara Huels- man, Allison MacMunn, Lindsey Maurer, Pare Mayer, Stephanie Nelson and Brooke Zenthoefer. Third graders  Ryan Baehl, Jessica Dix, Josh Hoefling, Travis Kiesel, Kyle Luttrell, Eliz- abeth Obert, Lynda Powers, Robert Spayd, Danny Stone, Adam Paridaen and Susan Weber. Second graders -- Alex Anger- meier, Kyle Blankenberger, Jacob Carter, Brian Conner, Ash- lee Georges, Kendra Hoefling, Kara Kiesel, Shelly Kiesel, Tara Maurer, Jonathan Norris, Meson adam, Jacob Schleter and Ali- son Wilzbacher. All first grade and kinder- garten students were also invited to attend the sundae party as a welcome to Holy Cross School. Pre-K at Christ the King Happy Birthday! Sister Joanna Brown, S.P., principal at Precious Blood School, Jasper, celebrates her birthday Sept. 29. Fonda Jayce, superintendent of the three Washington Catholic schools and principal at Wash- ington Catholic Elementary School. celebrates her birthday Oct. 2. Mock election at W.C. Middle School Students in Richard Eller's eighth grade class at Washington Catholic Middle School, Wash- ington, are planning for a mock election they will hold in late October. The class has been divided into three groups. Each group will represent a presidential can- didate. They will research a po- litical party and their candidate's presidential platform and then present information to the entire school. Students will then have the opportunity to vote for the candidates. Melanie Colavecchia is the pre-kindergarten teacher at Christ the King School, Evansville. The pre-kindergarten program has 15 students. Blessed Sacrament Church in the Bahamas. The church was dam- aged by Hurricane Andrew. A donation from St. Ben's Eighth graders from St. Bene- dict School, Evansville, have presented a check for S445,52 to Father James Lex, to be used for I I I I I Recycling at Mater Dei Students at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, are engaged in a school-wide year-long paper recycling program. Each class- room has been given a special box for recyclable white paper. This paper will be collected and taken to a recycling center. St. Benedict's was finalist for cafeteria award St. Benedict School in Evansville has been informed that its cafeteria was a finalist for the 1992 United States Depart- ment of Agriculture's Midwest Region Food and Nutrition Service Best Practice Award. The cafeteria staff was commended for its efforts in ad- ministering an exemplary 6chool food service program. Last year's staff was headed by Pat Levell, She is cur- rently serving as the parish secretary for St. Benedict Church. Carol Diehm, a consultant with the state's Sch6ol, Food and Nutrition program, said Levell was "extremely innova- tive." "She had some of the best marketing techniques promot- ing school lunches that I've ever seen." Diehm said the cafeteria manager would feature theme days, such as '50's day, and encourage the students to come dressed in '50's costumes "She would decorate the whole place. She had a high level of participation on those days." One year, during Catholic Schools Week, the cafeteria staff dressed in nuns habits. Levell was cafeteria manager at St. Benedict's for six years. Ursuline sister celebrates 60 years Columbia, South Carolina. Happy Birthday! Father Philip Kreilein of St. Ferdinand Church, Ferdinand. dained a deacon Oct. 4. 1985. 46 years to help victims of Hurricane An- , drew. Parish council Congratulations to Norbert and Mercedes Spellmeyer, mem- Sister Mary Anthon Wa el, celebrates his birthday Sept. 28, bars of St. Joseph Church, at St. John O.S . y rg Father Donald Spauldil ; of Jasper, who celebrated their ...,:U., a nahvo of Evansville, w,U celebrate her sixtieth an- St. Raphael Church, Dubois. eel- forty-sixth wedding anniversary in Loogootee orsaryas an Ursuline Sister ebrates his birthday Sept. 28. September 24. Father Lowell Will of Sts. New members of the Parish WSh/.grew up Clara Marie Peter Church, Montgomery, and Council at St. John Church, Loo- ..,wget in Evansville. When she St. Patrick and St. Michael Parish council soot- include Tom Mudd, v:s in the eighth grade, she told churches, both in Daviess Phyllis Schitter, Rick Bauer and m 'parents that she wanted o County. celebrates his birthday at Holy Family Staphanie Rice. enter a t Anna May Porter, Vicky promi Cnvent. Her parents Sept. 29. -ou melr consent after her Msgr. Thomas Clarke of Cindy Weinzapfel is the new Doyle, Jim Acton, Bob McAtee, graduatlo n frolan ]gl __t._ol" Evansville, celebrates his birth- chairperson of the Parish Coun- Glen Butch: Patti Butch and She enteredithe r:u day Sept. 29. cil at Holy Family Church, Mary Rose Mangin are also ters o r,'_ . "ne Sis- ,. the immaculate Co Father James Blessinger of Sa- Jasper. Steve Sutton is out-going members of St. John's.parish tmn in L ....... ncep- cred Heart Church, Vincennes, chairperson, council. uulsviite, hy., three nenthsb after she ,raduated and celebrates his birthday October t .. gan studVine at Ursuline Anniversaries Scout 'Ollege, Du ues . " Father Roman Heerdink of -,,.n.e and , q ne Unlversztv the..m_ar_q uette University. For Vincennes celebrates his birth- Scott Friedman, a member of verst 58 years, she day October 3. at St. Joseph Holy Family Church, Jasper, has in s-- , " has taught . l_")uts staffed b the Ursu- received his Eagle Scout Award. "'T sisters. Y Congratulations to couples at 3Ver the years, S,ster, Deacon amversanes celebrating wedding anniver- Anniversaries ke ar el * St. Joseph Church, Evansville, noPt a notebook filled with ghe Mel Curry of St. Francis series: Basil and Marie Mitchell, .mes of her students; toda . she Xavier Church, Vincennes. was 56 years; Tom and Evelyn The- at St. Theresa 'an Count. She Stil12'241teachesStUdentS'ar y ordained a deacon Oct, 4, 1986. riac, 46 years. t, lnh., p t-time at Ed Wilkerson of Good Shep- Congratulations to couples at ...... rewman School in herd Church, Evansville, was or- St. Theresa Church, Evansville, R H,i-Tech Sheet Metal Inc. esmenhal, Indus ml Heatm & Coohn trial & Commerc" " g " g Installation Sales & Service [ 422-9242 I Operated by Michael and Patricia Koch 15 S. Third Avenue, Evansville ....,__ I I I Illl Illl Ill Illl "Funeral Pre-Planning Since 1940" Miller & Miller 424-9274 52 years Congratulations to William I. and Mary Ellen Emig, members of Holy Trinity Church, Evansville, who celebrated their fifty-second wedding anniver- sary in September. Hurricane relief efforts Parishioners at Resurrection Church, Evansville, have. col- lected $1,734 which will be used celebrating wedding anniver- saries: Ed and Corrine Oing, 49 years; Charlie and Bettye Dick. 41 years; John and Betty Dory, 42 years; Charles and Margaret Mann, 57 years. Relief efforts at St. Joseph, Evansville Parishioners at St. lffseph Church, Evansville, hac col- leered $4,300 which will be used to help victims of Hmricane An- drew and people in Somali. ac- cording to Father Gene Schroeder, pastor. Twelve-hundred dollars was donated by parishioners. The parish Altar Society donated $100 and the Men's Club do- nated $3,000.  .......... The money will be given to the people of Blessed Sacrament Church in Harbor Island in the Bahamas, to Catholic Charities USA Disaster Relief Fond, and to Catholic Relief Services for use in Somalia and Bosnia. New staff, promotions at SMWC Anne.Marie Meuling has been promoted to theposition of Director of Public Relations at St. Mary-of-the-Woods Coltege. Lane Baker has been hired as Public Relations Assistant. Judith Conoyer has been hired for the position of Campus Min- ister. Greta Henglein is the new Housing and Resident Services Director. Doria Restyanszki, Karen Bax let and Laura Kelner have been hired as admissions counselors. t , , ,, , , i,, . i ,,, i., Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE tn Ma D " Ann Hughes, The Message. P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before puhlication.