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October 3, 1997 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana I M00dden Hall Parishioners at St. James Church, St. James, have honored their former pastor, Father Michael Madden, by naming the parish's newly-completed multi-purpose room "Mad- den Hall." Father Madden was pastor at St. James for 13 years. He is currently pastor at Holy Spirit Church, Evans- ville. When: Sunday, October 12, 1997 Where: St. Joseph Church -- Gym Time: 8:00 am - 12:00 Noon COME TO OUR 3RD ANNUAL HEALTH FAIR The following free Screenings and services will be offered: Flu shots* Cholesterol Glaucoma/vision Dental hygiene Body COmposition Blood sugar** Blood pressure Oral cancer Hearing evaluations Doll clinic and finger- analysis printing for children Exercise demonstrations Retirement planning Long-term care planning Nutrition information .,. ,,o 00oos, o, if you have Medicare Part B, bring your " =na VNA Will file for you. ) tmurn fast of 2 hours for blood sugar and 6 hours for cholesterol will ore accurate results Anniversaries at St. Joseph Congratulations to couples at St. Joseph Church, Evansville, cele- brating wedding anniversaries: Don and Irma Singleton, 51 years; Evelyn and Thomas Theriac, 51 years; Chester and Dora Zuber, 62 years; Bill and Cecelia Mont- gomery, 40 years. Anniversaries at St. Theresa Congratulations to couples at St. Theresa Church, Evansville, cele- brating wedding anniversaries: Ed and Corine Oling, 54 years; Charles and Bettye Dick, 46 years; John and Betty Doty, 47 years; Thomas and Patricia Peck, 43 years; Earl and Anna Strange, 57 years; John and Bettye Kissel, 48 years. Parish Council George Lavely and Paula Heinz are new members of the Parish Council at St. Thomas Church, Knox County. Stephen Rusch is Parish Council president, and Mary" Louise Hess is recording secretar): Laura Vieck and Mark Wagoner are also Parish Council members. Happy Birthday: Father William Dietsch, pastor of St. Francis Xavier Church, Poseyville, celebrates his birthday Oct. 9. Father Bernard Lutz, pastor of 7 Holy Cross Church, Fort Branch, celebrates his birthday Oct. 9. Benedictine Father Gregory Chamberlin, pastor of St. Benedict Church, Evansville, celebrates his birthday Oct. 12. Father James Endress, Defender of the Bond and Promoter of Justice for the Diocesan Tribunal, cele- brates his birthday Oct. 12. tie resides at 600 Cullen Avenue, Apt. 510, Evansville IN 47715. Father John Schipp, pastor of Old Cathedral, Vincennes, cele- brates his birthday Oct. 12. 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. has received the James R. and Ade- laide Duncan Foundation Grant. Head work Lauren Unified, Rachel Tenbarge and Tracy Wilzbacher work on paper mach4 heads of themselves. The fifth graders at Sts. Peter and Paul School, Haubstadt, prepared the heads for an Open House. They then placed their "heads" at their desks and let their parents decide which head resembled their child. i reminder of faith under construc- tion." Kindergarten: Go to God! First grade: This site requires kindness in your heart! Second grade: Conscientious Christian Cougar crossing Third grade: Enter W.WJ.D. Zone Fourth grade: Homecourt Advanage: Stop put-dov, ms Fifth grade: Reserved for God's children * Sixth grade: Yeld to the Spirit of God's love Seventh grade: Stamp out sin Eighth grade: One Way  the Lord's Way. Happy Birthdayl Richard Kapiszka, principal at Rivet High School, V'mcennes, cel- ebrates his birthday Oct. 7. Scholarships Scholarships and grants have been given to the following stu- dents at Marian Heights Academy, Ferdinand: Angela Dickson of St. Antho- ny has 'eived the The Hilden- brand holarship; Katie Johanning tff Jasper has received a Principal Scholarship; Aimee I)i of St. Anthony Faith Under Construction The theme this year for Catholic schools in the Diocese of Evansville is "Faith Under Construction." Donna Halverson, principal at Holy Spirit School, Evansville, said the words mean "we're grow- ing. Some schools are adding new classrooms this year. Some schools like Holy Spirit are planning to add new rooms to the school sometime in the future." All students in the Diocese of Evansville are growing in faith this year, Halverson said, "as we pray together, we learn from each other with acts of kindness, we study and learn more about our church in reli- gion class, and we listen to the lessons that Father Madden, Father Henry and Father Endress share with us at Mass." At Holy Spirit School, each class- room has been given a sign "as a I I , I IH Main Street Pharmacy 217 E. Main St.  Washington Phone: 254-5141 All-Star Meg Liffick, a senior at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, has been named to the Indiana North/South All-Star gold team Marching Wildcats The Mater Dei Marching Wild- cats received a first place and best drum major award at competition in Tell City. In Boonville, the band received a second place award, and at North Posey, the group receivt a fourth place award and best drum major award. Safety Patrol Blair McCarthy, Elizabeth Reinitz, Derek Davenport, Mary Kate Hegeman, Emily Parsley, Cassie Parsley, Robbie Bemardin, Alex Linberg, Matt Chandler, Michael Duhn, David Golden, Samantha Preske, Ashley Born, David Edwards, Katie Retter, Tom Kerner, Whitney Krantz, Laura Hubert, Matt Ernest, Joseph Horn- ing, John Brandt, Molly Warren and Nick Kerner are members of the Safety. Patrol at Christ the King School, Evansville. Student Council Nathan Beach, Kasey Kollker, Matthew McKinney, Derek Her- rmann, Kesley Wannemuehter, Kenny Mille=; Anna Becher, Logan Riggs, Blake Koilker, Lyndsey Sitzman and Nicole Zirkelbach have been elected to the Student Council at Resurrection School, Evansville. Rre Wardens Joseph Gibson, Whitney Oliver, Courtney Moore, Sam W'fldeman, Mef, an Thompson and Savannah Whicker are serving as Fire War- dens at Westside Catholic Consol- idated Junior High School Evans- rifle. Please send information for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, EO. , Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadlt (tr y i 9aan. the Friday be pbUcation. : i I .... , !