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._October 11, 1991 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana '" 7 nies saved... ...are pennies earned ad Overton, a senior at Washington Catholic High School, counts pennies collected by WCHS students. Students throughout the Vansville diocese are collecting pennies as part of activities for Dis- I COver Catholic Schools. . . .. -- Message photo by Mary Ann Hughes II II I I I I I II Illll I I I Ill II I I I I I I Illll I II I TUtoring Club Goad, Jocassa Frankenberger standing Administrator award and Jill Bradley. from District 7. He will be holl- er M eyed during the ISSA fall confer- emorial ence Oct. 16 in Indianapolis. :Y students at Memorial :heel, Evansville, have school's newest orga- n, the Tutoring Club. The the club is to provide stu- to tutor or study with other who have requested according to Gerry Adams, ipal. ators haw; been recom- by faculty members; tu- Is available after school. Funk is serving as moderator. Student tutors .: Mel lustak, Tim Jason Blair, Thomas Laura Reisinger, Debo- arera, Lisa Neff, Maria Erica Engelland, lulie ill Winiger, Eric Beane, son, Regis St. Louis, rshausen, lama lanason, Mike Wolf, lulie Happy Birthday! Helene Hunter, principal at Christ the King School, Evansville, celebrates her hirth- clay Oct. 15. Judy Biankenberger, principal at Resurrection School, Evansville, celebrates her birth- (lay Oct. 16. Memorial principal wins award Gerry Adams. principal at Memorial High School, Evansville. has been seh,,cte, d to receive the Indiana Secondary School Administrators 1991 Out- Student council at Memorial Honleroom representatives for student council at Memorial High School, Evansville, in- clude: Seniors -- Gretchen Ander- son, Erica Engelland, Jenny Gnde, Jason Hargitt, Robhie Kent, Becky Nuns, Betsy Smith, Chris Woik; Juniors -- Mary Anders, Li Dominguez, Laurie Hamsley, Karen Mangia, Karen Rusche, Jill Soltysiak, Carrie Wenger; Sphomores  Jill Bradley, Carlos Domingo, Christie Hirsch, Beth Muehlbaner, Eileen Paste- rn, laimie Sheth, Jay Unverzagt; Students from Catholic schools in the Evansville area gathered at Citi- zens National Bank on Oct. 2 for the first penny deposit. The students deposited $3,395.81, Above,: Jennifer Clark, Kevin Dillingham, Henry Hinton and Staci Zeller bring pennies from St. Theresa School; the stu- dents are with Sister Beata Mehling and Karen Riordan, principal. Also participating in the first deposit were St. Benedict, Corpus Christi, Good Shepherd, Holy Rosary, Christ the King, Resurrection, Westside Consolidated, St. Theresa, and Mater Dei schools, all in Evansville; St. lames School, St. lames; Sts. Peter and Paul School, Haubstadt; St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County,'Holy Cross School, I Fort Branch; St. Joseph School, Princeton, and St, Wendel School, St. | Wendel, I --Message photo by Mary Ann Hughes : I II lilll I II III II I II IIIIIIIll IIII I III I III I I II I III I I I II IIIIII II II I III IIIIIII Freshmen -- Emmi Chapman, Jason Funk, David Hayes, Katy Muehlbauer, Angela Sabella, Dee Winters. Good Shepherd's summer reading program Over 130 students attended the "Make Your Own Sundae" party as end of the summer reading program at Good Shepherd School, Evansville. Primary stu- dents had to read 10 books and intermediate and upper grade students had to read at least 500 pages to be eligible for the party. The summer reading program also included opening the school library and computer lab on Wednesdays. New board members at Christ the King Fritz ttorning is president of the school hoard at Christ the King School, Evansville. Joe Vez- zoso is vice-president and Mary Blankenship is secretary-treasur- er. Members include Father Robert Deig, pastor, Father Henry Kuykendall, pastor of Na- tivity Church, Evansville, Bill Nalin, Jim McCarthy, Terry Swartz, Laura Schiff and Marly Homing. Jennifer Greubel and Susan Jones are faculty represen- tatives. Officers of the PTA at Christ the King School include: Laura Schiff, t)resident; Susan Mortensen and Laura Speis, past presidents; Kathy Alsip. first vice-president; leannie Klooz, second vice-president: Kim Mel- chiors, secretary, and Mary Jo Falkenstein, treastlrer. council at Sacred Heart Church, Fire wardens and Tony Spindler have received neth Steckler of St. Henry; Mark ph Gettelfinger the John C. Roger Awards for de- Strawn of Newburgh, and Vincennes, include Mary at Good She erd Celebrates birthday voted service to St. Mary's ThomasZint of Dale. Brouilette, chairperson; Lucille lennifer Orth, Charlie Roberts, Church in Evansville. Pierpont, vice-chairperson; Della lessica Winterman and Brandy fhhP. Gerald A. Gettelfinger, Maurice and Kate Appuhn . Kowalski, secretary. Woods are serving as fire war- " and Ole Olsen Jr. also received Administrator dens at Good Shepherd School, '.- " oiShoo of the Diocese of day ville, celebrates his birth- awards for,their years of service Evansville. Kristina Kolle is a 'Jct. 20. to St. Mary s Church. of the Year Anniversaries substitute. 00tappy Birthday[ Douglas French, president and th r Leo Kiesel of St John Alvin and Hilda chief exective officer at St. Grand prize winner Mary's Medical Center. at Sacred Heart Kyndel Johnson. a second hisbr',Loogootee, celebrates Ruxer Grants Evansville, has been selected as the "Indiana Young Healthcare Congratulations to couples at grader at Holy Spirit School, ,a,uttay Oct. 15. ltal,'er Thomas Kessler of Father Eugene Hensell O.S.B, Administrator of the Year" for Sacred Heart Church, Evansville, received the grand %1.( aPirit Church, Evansville, president-rector at St. Meinrad 1991. Vincennes, celebrating October prize for reading the most library wedding anniversaries: Paul and books in her division in the sum- urates his birthday Oct. 19. College, has announced the re- Donna Wissel, 44 years; Leo and mer reading program. cipients of the Alvin and Hilda Cecilia Yochum, 54 years; Art P00rish awards St. Mary's lther Baumgart, Joe Stofleth Ruxer Grants for the 1991-92 school year. They are James Brown and Dung Hoang, both of Evansville; Vincent Lnecke of New Boston; Daniel Lutz of Boonville; Ken- Parish Council at Sacred Heart New officers of the parish and Carol Bowman, 44 years; Renus and Germaine Graman, 41 years; Robert and Betty Laue, 51 years. See AROUND Page 3 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.