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1994 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana ( . . k Kindness at Christi ird graders at Corpus School, Evansville, been writing Kindness poems in connection with the [ocesan effort to spread "Ran- ldness." Under Katie Schwenk's di- rection, the students discovered to be kind. Here are a few Kind to others. Including others in a game. Nice to someone that's new. Do kind things to others. Nice to others. Enthusiastic. Saying nice things to others. Say please and thank you." Kind and loving. I love my family. Not fighting with others. Doing what God says. Nice and kind. Every week do an act of kind- ness. Saying I love you to Mom. Saying prayers for others. Katie McKinney Keeping quiet in class. I will be nice. Never lie. Doing nice things. No fooling around. Everybody plays. Set the table. Save somebody when they are hurt. Matt Halbig St. James officers New officers of the Board of Education at St. James School, St. James, include Dr. Richard Gries, president; Dave Hipp, vice-president; Laurette Faraone, secretary. Brenda Marx, Margie Will and Joe Ziliak are also board members. Elaine Rexing is the presi- dent of the PTA at St. James. Carol Hudson is vice-president Maureen Greubel is treasurer, Tina Bender is secretary, and JoAnn Broshears is historian. - Michele Lewis Kids love their parents. Happy Birthday! Staffing at I love dogs. . Not fight with each other. Ann Friedman, principal at Washington Do kindthings to other people. St. Wendel School, St. Wen- Nice to people, del, celebrates her birthday Oct. Catholic Everyday do kind things. 5. Say Something nice. Benedictine Sister Brenda Say th e truth. - B.J. Griese National Merit Engleman, a sixth grade Kina to other people. I love Jesus. No hurting of people s eehn s D0oo ... . f " g o = Lntngs tor other peo- doing unkind things to saying I love you to my you to my Mom. I am sorry if I hurt Josh Elfreich Five students at Memorial High School, Evansville, have been named Commended Stu- dents in the 1995 National Merit Scholarship Program, according to Gerry Adams, principal. The students include Chris- tine Dutkosky, Jason Funk, Mercedes Morera, Stephen Provost and Katrina San- doval. teacher at Washington Catholic Middle School, Washington, has assumed the role of Supervisor of Counseling and Instructional Services. Sister Engleman and Richard Eller, a social studies teacher at Washington Catholic Middle School, are also serving as assis- tants to the principal, Dennis Bradley. entat e-Woods s Col- ,- 25 percent increase in ',-oer of freshmen and this year. "We welcome so women to ods know is which will en- to achieve all the with them," said registrar. Birthday! ",ROman Heerdink, a of the Diocese of 'celebrates his birth- ne resides at R.R. 4, IN 47591. FOSter, pas- OSeph Church, his birthday Sztuczko, a ng at Provi. sper, cele- 5. am Dietsch, and Paul, celebrates his Lutz, pastor s Church, Fort his birthday Anniversary of ordination Father Angelo Falardi, an associate at Providence Home, Jasper, was ordained to the priesthood Oct. 5, 1985. Deacon anniversaries Mel Curry of St. Francis Xavier Church, Vincennes, was ordained a deacon Oct. 4, 1986. Ed Wilkerson, pastoral asso- ciate at Good Shepherd Church, Evansville, was or- dained a deacon Oct. 4, 1985. Visitor at Resurrection Joe Cook, a seminarian at St. Meinrad School of Theology, will be spending his pastoral year, or internship, at Resurrection Church, Evansville, this year. Anniversaries at St. Theresa Congratulations to couples at St. Theresa Church, Evans- ville, celebrating wedding an- niversaries: Thomas and Pa- tricia Peck, 40 years; Bill and Dorothy Sherwood, 53 years. Ministries at Holy Family The Parish Council at Holy Family Church, Jasper, has approved the following parish- ioners for terms on parish min- istries: Cheryl Knies, Kathy Sternberg, Jane Henke, Kathy Jahn, Virginia Knies, Social Concerns. Gerald Schaeffer, Gall Knust, Administration and Fi- nance. John Schroering, Char- lotte Ernst, Spiritual Life. Anniversaries at Holy Family Congratulations to couples at Holy Family Church, Jasper, celebrating wedding anniver- saries: Charles and Lenora Miller, 40 years; Robert and Dorothy Mathies, 40 years; Lawrence and Matilda Loechte, 58 years; Dennis and Naomi Hochgesang, 41 years; Norman and Romona Lin- dauer, 47 years; Ralph and Loretta Vonderschmitt, 57 years; Leroy and Mary Fuhs, 47 years. RANCE SERVICE yo._Aut._ o! Homel Fire & Lifel " urPersonal Service Agent L. Will Ins. Agency Inc. lnklin Street Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE 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, 'Nicest' When Abbie Boyles, a student at St. Theresa School, Evansville, attended Safety Patrol Camp this summer, she was voted the "nicest person" at camp. Above, she holds the trophy she received for receiving this award. Publications at Washington Catholic The newspaper staff at Wash- ington Catholic High School, Washington, has been divided into school news teams. High school reporters include Re- becca Ausborn, Kara Foster and Eric Abel. Middle school coverage is provided by Christal Clark, Nick Purdue, Dustin Martin and Tracy Ochs. Ele- mentary school news is covered by Jessica Norris, Cassie Daily, Julie Hilderbrand and Clint Underhill. Rebecca Ausborn and Jes- sica Norris are co-editors of the newspaper. The Washington Catholic yearbook staff consists of co-edi- tors Deanna Deitz. and Rachael Wilson, Melissa Thomas, Erik Gillum, Mandy Hauser, Crystal Ricke, Abhy Durnil and Jill Babrick WCCS Student Council Eighth graders Brianne Lemberg, April Altstadt, Katie Howard and Kerri Vow- els are newly-elected members of the Student Council at West- side Catholic Consolidated Junior High School, Evans- ville. Jennifer Tornatta, Jason Scheller, Clayton Westerfleld and Andrew Schroeder are seventh .grade members and Christina Johnson, Nell Red- dington, Katie Bradley and Adam Craig are sixth grade members. Please send information for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary Ann Hughes, The Mes- sage, P.O. Box 4169, Evans- vii]e, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication. Reading together Parents of third graders at St. Benedict School, Evans- ville, were invited to share their favorite books with their children during the first week of school Above, N0na and Jack Rogers read with their son John. .......... i