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September 27, 1991 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Around the Diocese 7 Brochures about C )rpus Christi School, Evansville A packet of brochuros about Orpus Christi School in Vansville has b(,on l)repared by hre school faculty, according to cott Whitehouse (%rpus Christi Principal. The packet includes a general information St'cob(ire about tim s(:hool an(l [)l'ochures about each grade ]eve, l. Thev are !itled "The Tradition of Catholic Education lit Corpus Christi School." b "1 he general information .rc :here offers a welcome from not LFather John Kane Corpus hristi pastor, and Whi'tehouse. begins. "If you are contemplat- lag a home in our part of town, come, take a look at our parish nd our school. We have Dre- ared this brochure to introduce hto_.. Corpus Christi School a ,_ ' ion school in the Catholic tradition.,, d e e The brochure inclu s th SChool philosophy which states: "The staff of Corpus Christi School maintains the philosophy that it is our moral oMigation to educate ea(:h individual (:tiild spirilually, inh;lle(:tually, emo- tionally, and l)hysically to the he, st of our abilities. We eml)ha- size a (]hristian un(h,'rstal]diog of each person's resl)onsibilily to- ward one another in mutual re- spe(:I." The brochure also contains in- formation ahoul re.listens e(luca- lion, enrolhnent, tuititm, curricu- lum and support organizations in the school. Each individual grade also has a brochure. Each teacher was asked to design their own brochure, Whitehouse said. "We suggested they include an intro- ductiml alfout themselves. Then we asked them to think about things people always ask, like homework and expectations for the year." In the brochure about the third grade, Catherine Schwenk offers her mission statement: "The mis- sion of Third Grade is to provide a caring environment with expe- I0000lrish census at St. Mary, l00ashington arishionrs at St. Mary arch, Washington, will be in- VOlved in a parish census this ,Uday, Sept. 29, according to "mer Ron Zgunda, pastor. "It has been almost 10 years lace we have taken an accurate iSus of our parish family. As l:")epasses, many things change. ,Its difficult to stay on top of all 0se changes. That is why every tW years we need to take rmaa Amertean Bank e Make Friends For Life . JASPER, INDIANA a census." Father Zgunda said that about 40 volunteers are needed to visit every home in the parish. "We will verify and/or update the in- formation we have on each fami- ly's census card." He noted, "Someone remarked at our staff meeting the other day, 'We have a new shepherd and he wants to know his sheep.' That's right, I do." Happy Birthday! Father James Blessinger of Sa- cred Heart Church, Vincennes, celebrates his birthday Oct. 1. Father Roman Heerdink of Vincennes celebrates his birth- day Oct. 3. Father Patrick Foster of St. Joseph Church, Jasper, cele- brates his birthday Oct. 5. Father William Dietsch of Sts. Peter and Paul, Petersburg, cele- brates his birthday Oct. 9. i EVANSVILLE SERVICE AND SHOPPING GUIDE PLUMBING SERVICE RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL (__ (FREE ESTIMATES) RANT PLUMBING CO: 484 S. GOVERNOR AT CANAL *, Ph. 424-2441 ooaldings Food Land 21OO Strlngtown 17'1 3 E. Morgan v411 S Barker isit Our Complete Delicatessen  Prime Cuts of Beef '-von00Hlle Wet Heat & Piping Co. Inc. ew& Used Boilers, Furnaces . - Repair & Re lacement 24-0991 P 800 E. Oregon Carpet Cleaninfl SERVICE MASTER For Fred Estimates Call 428-0900 zulNa" Sales & Service TV & 2-Way FM 1916 W. FRANKLIN STREET PHONE (812) 423-7849 Herman Goebel Motor Co. NEW OR USED CARS Where the best deals are made Trade up or down Bank Financing 2001 W. Delaware 423-7759 M&S Fire & Safety Equip. Co. Inc. Over 25 years sales and service in the Tri-state 670 E. Franklin 424-3863 GET THE SKILL AND CARE OF FATHER AND SON TEAMS IN GLASS REPLACEMENT SIEMERS AUTO GLASS CO. Ph. 422-4149 1021 WALNUT ST. riences for students to acquire knowledge, skills, positive atti- tudes and valuc's through a coop- eralive effort with home, school, church, and commtmity." St:Lwenk added her personal reflection: "My main objective is to take ea(:h child as far as s/he, c:an go. I feel this is accom- plished through structure and re- inforcement. By structure, I'm re- ferring to a warm, loving atmosplmre. One whicb is con- ducive to optimum learning. Re- inforcenlent is accomplished through daily (:lass work and honlework." Happy Birthday! Fonda loyce, superintendent of the three Washington Catholic schools and principal at Wash- ington Catholic Elementary School, celebrates her birthday Oct. 2. Ann Friedman, principal at St. Wendel School, St. Wendel, cele- brates her birthday Oct. 5. 'Commended Students' at Memorial Erica Engelland, Paul Halter, Andrew Keeping, Elizabeth Vin- son and Michael Wettmar- shausen, all seniors at Memorial High School, Evansville, have been named Commended Slu- denis in the National Merit Scholarship Program, according to Gerry Adams, Memorial prin- cil)al. A letter of commendation from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation will be presented by the school to each of these stu- dents. Mater Dei volunteers Amelia Stoltz, Chris Spahn, Tom Anderson and Richard Stephens, all students at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, are Father Bernard Lutz of Holy Cross Church, Fort Branch. cele- brates his birthday Oct. 9. Deacon anniversaries Mel Curry of St. Francis Xavier Church, Vincennes, was ordained a deacon Oct. 4, 1986. Ed Wilkerson of Good Shep- herd Church, Evansville, was or- dained a deacon Oct. 4, 1985. Donald Lahay, parish adminis- trator at All Saints Church, Can- nelburg, and St. Mary Church, Daviess County, was ordained a deacon Oct. 7, 1979. Director named at Jasper hospital Michael Jones has been named Director of Development and Public Relations at Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center in Jasper. Jones is a native of Jasper with bachelor's and mas- ter's degrees from Indiana Uni- versity. In making the announcement, Memorial President Mike Bud- nick said, "Mr. Jones brings with him considerable public rela- tions and graphic arts experience flus a solid understanding of the financial field and development work, which will be beneficial to him in this new position." Jones resides in Jasper with his wife, Caroline, and their two children. 60 years Congratulations to Herman and Catherine Moore, members of Sacred Heart Church, Evansville, who celebrated their sixtieth wedding anniversary Sept. 15. Happy Birthday! Congratulations to two parish- ioners at St. Mary Church, Evansville, celebrating special birthdays! Verneida Greif celebrates her 90th birthday and Stella Shu- mate celebrates her 99th birth- day. Parish council at Nativity New members of the parish council at Nativity Church, Evansville, are G.B. Putnam, president and finance chairper- son; Jim Schmitt, vice-president; Rose Montrastelle, secretary; Jess and Sandy Harlan, educa- tion chairpersons; Norwood Box 68 Montgomery, Indiana 47558 Donald J. Traylor President Phone: 486-3285 CARRIAGE INN I II II 11 iii CHICKEN * STEAKS SEAFOOD "SANDWICHES PIZZA s COCKTAILS SERVING FROM 10:30 AM to 10:30 PM CALL FOR RESERVATIONS 103 Gibson Haubstadi FAMILY RESTAURANT PARTIES SERVED FAMILY STYLE I I I I 768-6131 i volunteers in the Student Ex- plainer progrmn at the Evansville Museum of Arts and Sciences. The students give demonstra- tions and work at the Koch Sci- enceCenle.r. DSC campaign at St. Benedict As St. Benedict School, Evansville, celebrates Discover Catholic Schools this year, the school conmmnity will have its own campaign slogan: "Explore the Possibilities." Throughout the school year, the school will be "exploring our educational system and discover- ing ways to make it even better for our children." Please send information for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication. Fedie, church affairs chairper- son; Kathy Boyd, family life co- ordinator; Pat Singer, communi- ty affairs coordinator and St. Vincent de Paul Society; Kelly Hedges, youth coordinator, and Helen Hyde, mature adult coordintor. Jim Braker, Sharon Miller and John Kohl are at-large members of the council. Birthday celebration Anna Hoffman of Ireland and formerly of Schnellville will cel- ebrate her 90th birthday in Octo- ber. Her 11 children are sponsor- ing an open house for relatives and friends from 2 to 4 p.m. Oct. 13 at the Ireland Sportsman Club. 59 years Congratulations to Arthur and Grace Eherhard, members of St. Joseph Church, Evansville, who celebrated their fifty-ninth wed- ding anniversary Sept. 23. Please send information for PEOPLE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The dead- line for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication. ) 4R.00 l a Meats. 4 Vegetables, Soup. Salad Bar, Homem Pies 1 o+ $6.95;..s.mm 55 &  $3.95 d MENU DINING 4-9 PM 120% DISCOUNT FOR MEMBERS ON MENU ITEMS 319 E. Washington 254-1