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October 15, 1993 The Message w for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana I II I I II 7 Bishop ay Bishop Gerald A. Gettelfin- ger, fourth bishop of the Dio- cese of Evansville, celebrates his birthday October 20. Birthday! Father Thomas Kessler, of Holy Spirit Church, Evansville, celebrates his birth- day October 19. Benecictine Sister Diane pastoral life coordina- at Holy Name Church, Bloomfield, celebrates her birthday October 20. years at ty Church Parishioners at Nativity Church in Evansville will be celebrating their parish's thirti- eth anniversary on Stlnday, Oct. 24. Bishop Gerald A. Get- telfinger will be presiding at a 9:30 a.m. Mass; a reception will follow. Ninety-five members at Nativ- ity were charter members; 19 of the "chartered members" were children when the parish first began and still remain active parishioners today, according to Janet Jenkins, parish secretary. "Our goal is to try to reach and invite people who once were parishioners or teachers at Nativty." Anniversaries at St. Theresa Congratulations to couples at St. Theresa Church, Evans- ville, celebrating wedding an- niversaries: Bill and Dorothy Sherwood, 52 years; Earl and Anna Strange, 53 years; John and Bettye Kissel, 44 years; Basil and Henrietta Morgan, 57 years; Leo and Odelia Turk, 57 years; Julian and Doris McRae, 54 years; Ray and Margaret Baumgart, 56 years. Pastoral Council at Good Shepherd Emil Altmeyer, Richard Greer, Allan Heidorn, John Meyer, Janet Peter, Mary Ann Settles, Cathy Stevens, Martha Yochum and Mary Lou Weidenbener are at-large representatives to the Pastoral Council at Good Shepherd Church, Evansville. 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. Kick Off Members of the Junior High Youth Group at St. John Church, Loogootee, had a "Kick Off" day Sept. 19 in Loo- gootee City Park. Above, Jill Clements, Michelle Divine, Casey Pielmier and Dustin Williams are challenged by an obstacle course. Principal's Council at St. Bernard Students at St. Bernard School, Rockport, have the op- Portunity to meet monthl their pr]nmpal, Scott :ideas house, and bramstor cial fp:o jtehcts.school year and spe ra: he, group, which meets , -aly, is called the Principal's OUncil and each class chooses a Top readers in each classroom were Kalena Gries, Jennifer Ziliak, Tessa Faraone, Jonathan Kissel, Dominic Faraone, Kim Steckler and Michelle Langton. Cross Country Paul Clements, a student at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, placed seventh in the all-city cross country meet Sept. 28. Mike Shepard placed eighth and Jeff Fischer placed tenth. Mater Dei student Theresa sica Blake,-Melissa Fehren- bacher, Jason Hartz, Amy Martin, Libby Schenk and Krista Weinzapfel have been selected as homeroom represen- tatives at Mater Dei High School, Evansville. Junior Fire Wardens at Holy Spirit Michael Wassmer, Amanda representative for the council. The COuncil will then become Garrand placed ninth in the all- Carter, Greg Baumgart and the Carrie White are serving as Ju- eachoUnication vehicle to city,,eet. nior Fire Wardens at Holy . i the classes, helping to -- Spirit School, Evansville, this .i school spirit and pride in 0ffcers at year Wht:na:de School," according to ..Representatives include the Academy Spell bowl :am Roos, Theresa Hage- Gui'' v, arlah Atkinson, Colt Ruby Carner of Evansville Carrie Dean, Mercedes sewaite, Daniel Duke has been named senior class Morera, Eileen Pastora, president at Marian Heights Jesse Redman, Marilyn Brandon Yelland, Eric Youn ' Academy, Ferdinand She is Schroering, Patrick Sterns, and Matthew Newkirk. g the daughter of Jeanie Schae- Alena Stransky, Katie Stuck- Band news at Mater Dei b Merabers of the marchin and at M g Sch,,. ,. ater Del High ec.,a _- -=v,, tvansville, received ta,::\\;,ac0. t to o,o ,ni- Cent ' and first place at the '' nvitational. i Un Oct. 2 at a district contest ;,,.o..as.per, the band received a c:ZVSlon I" rating and a s ecial Ptlon award in General .ect. Career Day at St. Wendel. wFather John Breidenbach ayne Wilderman T tirt. , _ , om Mar- I}il "'=en Schmitt, Vernon _ get, Vicki Martin. Dale ct? ter. and Kenny Elpers re- o. J visited with students at  W - ," _ endel School St 'erldel, during Career Day. ' Top readers Jenelle Woods talic D ide and Na- roste wer reader ; ..... e the top two Arou  ,,i Lne eptember "Clown nd at Read" projzram at St. Uaes School, St. James. fer, also of Evansville. Andrea Dickson, the daugh- ter of Alexandra Dickson of St. Anthony, has been named sophomore class treasurer at the academY. Donations Seniors at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, have col- lected $255 which has been do- nated to the American Red Cross Midwest Disaster Flood Relief. Special visits Sophomores at Washington Catholic High School, Wash- ington, visit residents at East- gate Manor once a month. The students talk with the residents and help them with art projects. Homeroom. representatwes Jewell Beyer, Trisha Feld= haus, Farrah Maddox, Kari Rainey, Stacey Stonecipher, Lynn Batema, Jason Folz, Angie Knapp, Janet Nosko, Nichole Vick, Abby Davids, Kim Herr, Sara Knapp, Greg Raben, Monica Weber, Jes- emeyer, Lee Ann Ulrich and Leslie Weinert are members of the Spell Bowl team at Memor- ial High School, Evansville. Joanne Cabanilla, Joy Diaz, Shawn Downing, Chrissy Husted, Brian Nimnicht and Adam Sandefur are alternates. Becky Nimnicht is team coach. Officers at Christ the King Joe Vezzoso is president of the Board of Education at Christ the King School, Evansville. Dean Bosler is vice-president and Mary Blankenship is secretary and treasurer. Board members include Fa- ther Robert Deig, pastor, Marty Horning, parish DRE. Debbie Hoffman, Tim Jones, Ellen Hegeman, Julie Iac. carino, Dianne Brandt and Mary Jo Falkenstein. Phyllis Rector and Dawn Nichols are faculty representatives. Dianne Brandt and Mary Jo Falkenstein are co-presidents of the PTA at Christ the King. Jayne Melchiors is president- elect. Kerrye Rayburn is secre- tary and Anne Weidner is treasurer. Order of the Arrow Scott Miller and Jason Me- Cord, students at Corpus Christi School, Evansville, earned the Order of the Arrow scouting awards this summer. 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. A special guest Japanese kindergarten teacher Tatsuko Kato will be visit- ing Holy Cross School, Fort Branch, and Sts. Peter and Paul School, Haubstadt, for the next three months. Her visit is part of the S.T.E.P. program, Sowing Towards Earthly Peace. She will be teaching students Japanese stories and songs, flower arranging and origami. Above, are Pauk .attner, principal at Sts. Peter and Paul, Kato, and Sara Ziliak, principal at Holy Cross. -- Message photo by Mary Ann Hughes I MILLER & MILLER ",4 family name you tr "" can ust 424-9274 II I I[