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Diocese Postulants at Ferdinand Jean Walker, Rachel Neveu arid Teresa Gunter have entered the Monastery Immaculate Con- ception, Ferdinand, as postu- lants. Walker has a bachelor's degree in journalism and marketing and a master's degree in English liter- ature. She has completed course Work toward a doctorate in American literature and philoso- ii Phyfrom the University of Mis- souri in Columbia2 She has Worked as an executive in her own advertising and marketing firm, as editor of Communique magazine, as a reporter for Peo- ple magazine, as a high school teacher and as a retreat director. Neveu has a bachelor's degree in early childhood education from Eastern Community State University in Rhode Ishmd. She has taught kindergarten, first and second grades for 14 years. Gunter has a bachelor's degree in physical education and recre- ation for the handicapped from the University of Central Arkansas. She has served as a special education teacher tor the past two years at Ozark Elemen- tary School in Arkansas. Warrick Hospital volunteers honored Warrick Hospital in Boonville recently honored 48 Auxiliary members for 142,274 hours of cumulative service to the hospital. Maud era Lang of Richland was honored for 23,336 hours of service. She has been a vohmteer since the hospital opened its doors 17 years ago. Wanda Lee Tevault of Boonville has given 21,542 hours of service during the past 16 years. ,::,iiii!:! ...... Auxiliary members with over 5,000 hours of service are Mary Persinger of Chandler, 14,000 hours; Arleen Gerlach of Chris- ney, 9,000 hours; Ruth Howerton of Boonville, 6,000 hours; Geneva Nonweiler of Boonville, 6,000 hours, and Dorothy McK- ain of Boonville, 5,000 hours. Marjorie Gentry of Boonville was honored for serving 4,500 hours. Jennie Smith of Boonville has contributed 3,000 hours. Sara Lee of Boonville and Verne Persinger of Chandler have both served 2,000 hours and Linda Uhde of Dale has given 1,500 hours. Happy Birthday! Father Gregory Chamberlin, O.S.B., of St. Benedict Church, Evansville, celebrates his birth- day October 12. Father James Endress, director of operations for the Diocesan Tribunal, celebrates his birthday October 12. Father John Schipp of Holy Family Church, Jasper, cele- brates his birthday October 12. Father Leo Kiesel of St. John Church, Loogootee. celebrates his birthday October 15. Anniversaries at Holy Family Congratulations to couples at Holy Family Church, Jasper. cel- ebrating wedding anniversaries: Norhert and Mary Lee Lueken, 41 years; John and Bertha Brames, 47 years; Peter and Helen Mehringer, 53 years; Franklin and Frieda Knnz, 46 years; Odilo and Clara Fromme, 54 years; Lawrence and Matilda Loechte, 56 years" Norman and Ramona Lindauer, 45 years; Ralph and Loretta Vonder- schmitt, 55 years: Leroy and 7 Mary Fuhs, 45 years; ltilbert and Irene Hochgesang, 53 years; Paul and Mary Jane Striegel, 40 years; Urban and Rosella Fuhs, 49 years; James and Helen Newton, 42 years; Sylvester and Eleanor Seng, 47 years; Mildred and Hugo Poe, 59 years; Roman and Veronica Schmidt, 59 years; Richard and Ruby Milligan, 44 years. K of C officers Officers of the Msgr. Othmar H. Schroeder Council 1584 in Jasper include Reynold Wagner, grand knight; Father Thad ST.. tuczko, chaplain; Bob Pfister. program director, Gibault envoy; Father Michael Fritsch, church and vocation director; Bill Pfister, community director; Terry Keusch, pro-life director; Dr. William Lehmkuhler, health services; Dr. Keith Bartley, coun- cil director; Dr. Grog Berger, public relations; Sam Eversman, family director; Marty Kaiser, voutfi director; Bart Giesler, Columbia Squires; Jim Schroeder, membership director, retention chairman, recruitement director, insurance promotion, fi- nancial secretary; Dave Wilson, lecturer; John Hopf, flagship. Anniversaries at Sacred Heart Congratulations to couples at, Sacred Heart Church, Vincennes, celebrating October wedding anniversaries: Franc|s and Myrtle Heinz, 45 years; Linus and Jeanne Dunt, 40 years; Paul and Donna Wissel, 45 years; Leo and Ceal Yochum, 58 years; Art and Carol Bowman, 45 years; Renus and Germaine. Graman, 42 years: Bob and Belly Laue, 52 years. Mater Dei-vilh's police force Ellen Berendes , Br'a ....... " ,, Kcvin Gries Wila. "'_ ,Hkey, Beth Will, Toh' , ,ger, Aaron Couture. Di Y uinlnnl n , ,. ane BI,? "', yan Eldrid e, amle a'en?.er. get, Kathlgeen ]Hart- "'U' ryle Niemeir, Karl g Rainey, Grog Schuble and Mike Shepard are members of Mater Dei-Ville's Police Force. which is part of the stu(hmt government program at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, Debra ltarrington, assistant principal, said Mater D;i-ville is run like a city. The student who is oh;clod mayor appoints a I m- lice chief. Students then apply for positions on the police force. When selected, they are entitled to write tickets when students do not follow laws passed by the student council. Violations in- clude littering or parking in visi- tors' parking spaces. When students receives tick- ets, they go to court, where they plead g;uilty or not guilty. Prose- cutors and defense attorneys are appointed by the student mayor to participate in trials. Harrington said she believes the Mater Dei student council program is unique in the state of Indiana. "When the North Cen- tral visiting team came, they were taken back by our student' council." Happy Birthday! lterb Neighbors, principal a t -Mater Dei High Schqml, Evansville, celebrates his birth- day Oct. 13. Helene Hunter, principal at Christ the King School, Evansville, celebrates her birth- day Oct. 15. Judy Blankenberger, principal at Resurrection School, Evansville, celebrates her birth- day Oct. 16. Memorial's Patron's Club Jim and Mary Kav Muehlbauer are serving as pres'- dent of the hoard of directors of the Patron's Club at Memorial tligh School, Evansville. Charleen and Ken Spear have vice-presidential duties. Judy and Bill Kaltman are secretary and Barb and Dick Leibendguth and Jane and Rich Royster have treasurer duties. Board members also include: Betsy and Bob Becker, Mary Ann and Gerry Vozel, Patty and lorry Ziemer, Gayle and Steve Markwell, Barbara and John Snodgrass, Mary and |ohn Wolk, Connie Stenger, Karen and Dean Bosler, Sand and Steve Titzer, Dorisann and lee Rusche, Jane and Richard Sandefur, Jan and Doug Anker. son, Linda and Don Davis, Car. ole and Bill DeMarino, Carol and Larry Northenor, Doris and Gary Schutte, Gail and Richard Wenger, Pauline and Frank Amodio, Pam Goergen, Delores and Mike MacNeilly, Martha and Ken Dilger, Sharon and Morris Miller, Barbara and John Pulcini and Pare and Bill Fisher. Band competition Members of the band at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, competed in district competition in Jasper. They received a Divi- sion On rating and will con- tinue in regional competition in Bedford Oct. 17. Student council at Holy Spirit Linda Quach is president of the student council at tloiv Spirit School. Evansville. David McDonald is vice-president. Sarah Pepper is secretary and Brian Wink is treasurer. Andy Stewart, Michael Kin- man, lohn DeHaven, Andrew Pepper and Emily Waller are class representatives. Ex officio members include Jeff Rennie, Nick Wathen, Katie Bradley, Jennifer McDonald, Mandy Wil- hite and Danielle Metzger. Exchange Program at ! Marian Heights Marian Heights Academy, Fer- dinand, has begun an exchange program with Seligenthai Gym- nasium in Bavaria, Germany. This November, junior academy students Laura Oft and Larissa Naylor will begin studies at the school. Sister Mary Philip Berger, O.S.B., chairperson of the academy's language depart- mont, will.also be participating in the exchange program. 100th victory Kevin Doyle, tennis coach at Washington Catholic ltlgh School. Washington, has achieved his lOOth coaching vic- tory. John Mullen. Toby Madi. son and Scott Oisen are singles players on Doyte's team. 13)ubles players include Brian Mullen and Brian Werne and Chad Craney and David Barnclt s,,. scuooL p.s00