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October 14, 1994

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October 14, 1994 II The Message u for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana ? Marching Wildcats Members of the Marching Wildcats band at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, fin- ished second in both the Boonville Invitational Marching Band Contest and the Mount Vernon Invitational Competi- tion. At the F.J. Reitz Marching Band Contest, the band captured the Best Color Guard award and placed second in Class AA. Band members also marched at the Sounds of September con- test in Petersburg and received a first place trophy in Class AA and Best Field Commander award. On Sept. 24, they competed in the Bands of America Midwest Regional Championships and tinished in eighth place. In the .Evansville Invitational March- mg Band Festival, they earned a arst place trophy in Class C COmpetition. The band is under the direc- tion of Jerry Grannan. PBA meetings Jeannie LaGrange will serve as committee chairperson for the PBA meeting at Washington Catholic Elementary School, Washington. She will be as- sisted by Steve Smeltzer and Caryn Brummett. St. Benedict's School Board Dan Hayden is the newest members of the School Board at St. Benedict School, Evans- ville. Members on the board also in- clude Mike Wittmer, chairman, Mary Brauchla, Scott Byrley, John Provost, Pat Miller and Kris Riffert. Happy Birthday! Bishop Gerald A. Get- citing er, fourth bishop Ofc:h: Diocese of Evansville, _ brates his birthday October 20. Happy Birthday! Congregation of the Mis- sion Father Carl Schulte, provincial director of the East Central Province of the Daugh- ters of Charity, celebrates his birthday Oct. 26. Parish Council Father Thomas Kessler, Pastor of Holy Spirit at St. Joseph Church, Evansville, cele- brates his birthday Oct. 19. Sarah Hinton, Mariana Benedictine Sister Diane Fischer, pastoral life coordi- nator at Holy Name Chur :dmaYfo:d 0 e 1 e b r a t e s ehr Mudd and Paul Baehl are the newest members of the Parish Council at St. Joseph Church, Evansville. Group trip Brenda Bureh, Maria Williams and Mary Beth and . eighth grader Krista Ridgway enjoy their trip Island this summer, which was sponsored by the Hig h Youth Group at St. John Church, Loogootee. SENIOR CITIZENS SAVE ON AUTO IN ca. SURANCE us today for discounts sNneW Low Rates! Call ,Pecla! Discounts! u= tOOay for a quote. DENNIS K. FELDHAUS St. Joseph's Board of Education Mike Elpers, Sandy Hertel, Jim Peregoy and Cindy Smith are the newest members of the Board of Education at St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County. Brad Ruminer is board pres- ident and Sandy Raben is vice- president. Jeanne Freeman is secretary. IPT : Linda Gerber is president of the IPT at Precious Blood School, Jasper. Dean Smith is vice-president, Kim Sermer- sheim is secretary, and Karen Spellmeyer is treasurer. 59 years Congratulations to Dora Ann and Chester Zuber, parishioners at St. Joseph Church, Evansville, who are celebrating their 59th wedding anniversary. Anniversaries at St. Theresa Congratulations to couples at St. Theresa. Church, Evansville, celebrating wed- ding anniversaries: John and Bettye Kissel, 45 years; Basil and Henrietta Morgan, 58 years; Julian and Doris McRae, 55 years. Long'range planning Joe Crowdus, Martha Baehl, Butch Feulner and Father Dick Wildeman are serving on an ad hoc commit- tee at St. Joseph Church, Vanderburgh County, which will be focusing on the struc- ture of the parish council. Anniversaries at Sacred Heart Congratulations to couples at Sacred Heart Church, Vincennes, celebrating Octo- ber wedding anniversaries: Linus and Jeanne Punt, 42 years; Paul and Donna Wis- sel, 47 years; Irvan and Joy Sievers, 41 years; Paul and Joan Perry, 46 years; Art and Carol Bowman, 47 years; Renus and Germaine Graman, 44 years; Orison and Marilyn Smith, 40 years; Bob and Betty Laue, 54 years. Please send information for AROUND THE DIO- CESE 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. Holy Spirit's Student Council Danielle Metzger is presi- dent of the Student Council at Holy Spirit School, Evans- ville. Jessie Bates is vice-presi- dent, Jill Keller is secretary, and Andrew Pepper is trea- surer. Members also include Jake Williams, Jessica Higgins, Amanda McDonald, Emily Stewart, Carrie White, Sab- rina Fettinger, Emily Waller, Michelle Jones and Matt De- Vault. Good Shepherd's Safety Patrol Twenty students are members of the Safety Patrol at Good Shepherd School, Evansville. They include Rob Smith, Barry Clark, Shawn Hall, Mark Jesop, Kyle Austin, Matt Beyer, Wesley Goehring, Matt McCracken, Matt Set- tles, Kendra Brown, Robby Davidson, Bryan Dunbar, Katie Glover, Eric Hender- son, Scan Jones, Evan Knies, Sarah Orth, Alison Presley, Ken Smith and Jennifer Wa- then. Class officers at Marian Heights Kim Ebert, the daughter of Kathleen and James Ebert of Ferdinand, is senior class sec- retary at Marian Heights Academy, Ferdinand. Gretchen Schlomer, the daughter of Gayle and Cletus Schlomer of Huntingburg, is the sophomore class secretary at the academy. Brescia's enrollment Seven-hundred-thirty-eight students are enrolled at Brescia College in Owensboro, Ky., this fall. Please send information for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary Ann Hughes, The Mes- sage, P.O. Box 4169, Evans- ville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication. Artists at Work Four-year-olds at Flaget's pre-school in Vincennes make a trip to Screen Printing Plus to make official t-shirts. Above, Dave Whitson shows Charlie Cochran and Jhan Kocher how to transfer designs to the t-shirts. Remembering St. Matthew Kindergarteners at St. Matthew School, Mount Vernon, enjoy doughnuts and juice following a Mass celebrating the feast day of St. Matthew, the patron saint of their school.