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8'1 October 9, 1987 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana I J Funds appropriated Fo00F purch0000se qat! Jasper school f .. :::?:" ::- Illl TENTH STREET SCHOOL $390,000 price set By MARY ANN HUGHES Message Staff Writer The Greater Jasper School Corporation has appropriated funds for the purchase of the Tenth Street School which is owned by St. Joseph Church, Jasper. A price of $390,000 has been set for the purchase, according to Father John Davidson, pastor of St. Joseph Church. The school corporation may require an additional $143,000 for renovation of the facility. "They would need to bring everything up to code," said Father Davidson. Currently, the two school buildings and school property are being leased to the school corporation. Student Stewardship program begins at Memorial High School By MARY ANN HUGHES .Message Staff Writer Members of the Evansville Catholic High School Board were informed about school enrollments at their October meeting. There are 585 students enroll- ed at Mater Dei High School and 786 students enrolled at Memorial High School. Gerry Adams, principal at Memorial High School, inform- ed the board about a new Stewardship Program at the high school. The students are being asked to "contribute their fair share the equivalent of $25" to the school. They are asked to sell items in the cheese and sausage drive or donate $25 to the school or volunteer seven hours of work to the school. "We hopely, quite frankly, that no one will donate $25 because that often comes from the parent's pockets," said Adams. Students who volunteer their time will be put to work raking leaves and doing other odd jobs around the school. Adams noted "Memorial High School receives support from many different groups" including parents, the Friends and Alumni Association, the Patrons' Club, Athletic Booster Club and Band Booster Club." Evansville parishes con- tribute an average of $675 for each student who is a parish member, Adams noted, and "faculty members and staff work for thousands of dollars less than they could earn in the public schools." The Stewardship Program for the students was begun, Adams said, because "it seems only fair that the students who benefit from all of this should also contribute to the school and their education." YOUR FAMILY PHARMACY Medical Arts Pharmacy 3700 Bellemeade Avenue Phone 477-1532 Donald Gutzweller City-Wide Delivery Duncan's Riverside Pharmacy Prescription Service Drugs-Sundries-Cosmetics Magazine - "We Deliver" Corner Riverside and Governor Evansville 422-9981 Newburgh Pharmacy BILL REINE, Pharmacist Complete Prescription Service and Health Supplies Phone 853-6166 ..... r .... r _ _ tzmtz= .. ... . i ...'. -1. , J- i , = PAUL'S Pharmacy Paul Mayer, Owner 2170 W. Franklin St, 425-7141 i Plaza Pharmacy Newburgh Plaza Shopping Center Fast Prescription Service Ken and Rebecca Hacker 853-7141 Oak Hill Pharmacy Prescription Specialists Hwy. 62 and N. Weinbach Ave. LARRY SCHULTHEIS, Prop. 425-4422 i Stratman's Pharmacy City-Wide Delivery 413 Locust Street ' John and Judy Stratman 425-5293 i ii Why I am proud to be an American By NHUNG NGUYEN NHUNG NGUYEN You can do anything you want to. In America it is easy to find jobs. America is a good place to live because it's a free place, I am proud and glad to be in America than anywhere else. Where I used to live, in Vietnam, there was no freedom. A lot of people can't find jobs. Some poor people had to take old rags and sew them into clothes. If someone did something wrong, they would get punished. We couldn't do what we wanted to. There are a lot of people that are poor. They don't have anything to eat. Some people don't have enough money to buy food. Things are different in America. I am very happy for freedom. Nhung Nguyen is a sixth grade student at St. Benedict School, Evansville. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ly Nguyen of Evansville. iii 15. Boeglin assigned to Celestine Father John Boeglin has been named pastor of St. Celestine Church, Celestine, by Bishop Francis R. Shea. The appoint, ment is effective October 29 for Father Boeglin, who has served as associate pastor at St. John the Baptist Church, Newburgh, since July 9, 1979. John Lawrence Boeglin was ii October 9, 1987 Statement of Ownership, Management and Circulation. (Act of Aug. 12, 1970: Section 3685. Title 39. United States Code) The office of publication and general business office of the Message is located at 4200 N. Kentucioj Ave., Evansville, Indiana 47711. Publisher: Most Rev. Francis R. She& 4200 N. Kentucky Ave., Evansville, Indiana' 47711, Aseoclale Publisher: Ray. Joseph L. Zlllak, 4200 N. Kentucky Ave., Evansville, Indiana 47711. Editor: Paul A. Lalngsng, 4200 N. Ken- tucky Ave., Evansville, Indiana 47711, Owner: Catholic Press of Evansville, Inc., 4200 N. Kentucky Ave., Evansville, Indiana 47711. The purpose, function and non-profit statue of this organization and the exempt status for Federal income tax purposes have not changed during the preceding 12 months. Average number of copise printed (net press run) of each issue during the preceding 12 months (Oct. 1, 1986-Sept, 30, 1987) -- 8,952; actual number of copies printed Sept. 18, 1987 -- 9,320, Average number of mall subscriptions which constitutes the total paid circulation -- 8,739; actual number for Sept. 18, 1987 -- 9,107. "Average number of samples, complimen- tary and other free copies -- 109; actual number Sept, 18, 1987  109. Average total distribution -- 8,952; actual total distribution Sept 18, 1987 -- 9,320. Average number for .iF,. e use, left over, unaccounted or spoiled after printing -- 104; actual number on Sept. 18, 1987 -- 104. i iiii born January 22, 1950, at Haubstadt, Ind. He grew up as a member of St. James Church. After attending Magister Noster Latin School, St. Meinrad Col- lege, and the University of In- nsbruck, he was ordained September 1, 1978. He has a master's degree in Theology. Father Boeglin's first assign- ment was as associate pastor at St. Theresa Church, Evansville. Father Boeglin say he grew up on a farm, observed conser- vation practices in Austria, and spent two months at the mis- sionary farm of Father Jerry Ziliak in India. In 1980 he was named Director of the Rural Life Conference of the Diocese of Evansville. In 1982, entered by the Warrick County Soil and Water Conservation District for the Indiana Conservation Minister of the Year award, he earned second place honors among ministers entered statewide. In 1986 he was named national secretary for the Rural Life Directors' Association. He is currently the rural life spokesman for the In- diana Catholic Conference. Father Boeglin also contributes articles about rural life issues to the Message. In 1984, Father Boeglin was elected to the Priests' Senate and appointed as a Diocesan Consulter. In 1985, he was elected to the Council of Priests and appointed to another term as Diocesan Consulter. He is a member of the Personnel Board. Since 1980, he has served as ex- ecutive priest for Marriage En- counter in the Diocese of Evansville. A FUTURE assignment is pending for Father August A. Busch. He is an Evansville native who was ordained May 26, 1956. He has served as assistant pastor at St. Simon Church, Washington, and St. Joseph Church, Evansville, and as pastor at St. Martin Church, Chrisney, and Good Shepherd Church, Evansville. He had served as pastor in Celestine since July, 1984. St. Celestine Church, in east central Dubois County, has 240 families according to the diocesan yearbook.