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1996 The Message N for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 I Notebook In 1956, Joe Braddock was a member of the first eighth grade class at Holy Spirit School, Evansville. Magda- line Reiman was a third grade teacher. Both Brad- dock and Reiman returned to Holy Spirit to celebrate the school's fortieth anniver- sary. -- Message photo by Mary Ann Hughes , iii!iii!!ili perform a song from "Sister Act n during the fortieth anniversary at Holy Spirit School, Evansville. -- Message photo by Mary Ann Hughes nd the Diocese Celebrating 40 years There was excitement in the air last Monday as Holy Spirit School students marched into their gymnasium. Nearly every girl was wearing a poodle skirt, some full with crinolines, and many had saddle oxfords. The boys, from kinder- garten to eighth grade, wore blue jeans and white t-shirts. They were all dressed in the styles of the 1950s as part of the fortieth birthday celebration at the school. Principal Donna Halverson, herself in bobby socks and loafers, welcomed the students and the 170 grandparents who were visit- ing for the day. "This is a time of celebration certainly, and thanksgiving for us," Halverson said, adding that the students' grandparents were being honored "for their role in having the foresight" to start Holy Spirit School back in 1956. During the program, the stu- dents danced the stroll and the jit- terbug, then sang the school song. Faculty members dressed in habits from the 1950s and per- formed a song from "Sister Act." Even the pastor, Father Thomas Kessler, got into the spirit of the day, dressed in a cassock and biretta. Coffee Club at St. Matthew The Coffee Club at St. Matthew 'at the Pole a student at Castle High School, New- prayer program, Meet at i Sept. 18. She is a parish' the Baptist Church, Newburgh, JOHN MANGIN Owner Corner 21 last South IN 47501 ttomc: 2,rH .3087 Main Street Pharmacy 217 E. Main St.. Downtown Washington Phone: 254-5141 AUTO TOPS. SEAT CQVERS " BOAT COVERS STEREO SALES & INSTALLATIONS 254-3943 HWY 50 EAST, BEHIND UPS CENTER EUGENE WELP, OWNER E INSURANCE SERVICE Auto[ }lome! Fire & Life! YOur Personal Service Agent es L. Will Ins. Agency Inc. klin Street 423187 Serra Club The Evansville Serra Club celebrated its forty-third annual Charter Night recently, according to Theresa Foster. Serra Club Chaplain Deacon Richard Preske gave the invo- cation; Dr. Brad Bath, president, introduced the clergy and guests. Former Serra Club Chaplain, Msgr. Clarence Schlachter, was recognized; he is celebrating his fiftieth anniversary of ordina- tion to the priesthood this year. Father Brian Holtz, associate pastor at Holy Rosary Church, Evansville, spoke on vocations, noting how much his parents had influenced him, both in action and in prayer. CEF gift The estate of Norbert J. Haas Rudy Floral Des00 Fresh Flowers Silk Arrangements Gift Items 207 N.E. 5th Street Washington, Indiana 47501 (812) 254-7200 has distributed $49,739.63 to the Catholic Education Founda- tion, according to Linda Monte- jano, CEF director. The gift will be placed in a per- manent endowment fund. The CEF funds are designated for stu- dents attending Memorial and Mater Dei high schools in Evansville. CEF President John Michael O'Leary noted, "This bequest gift will make a significant difference to deserving students." Mr. Haas was from Schnel- lville; he attended St. Meinrad in the 1930s. He was a charter mem- ber of St. Theresa Church, Evansville. 50 years Congratulations to Ed and Gloria Davine who celebrated their golden wedding anniversary on Oct. 7. They are parishioners at St, Benedict Church, Evans- ville. II I I I I nl II Dr. Jane A' Hormuth Chiropractic Physician 474-0704 Hormuth Chrocti tiC. 1111 S Green River Rd., Suite 104 II I I I u TF $ Tray/or Fert00 Serve.e, Inc. Box 68 Montgomery, Indiana 47558 Donald I. Traylor President Phone: 486-3285 School, Mount Vernon, is pro- viding the faculty with "Wake Up" treats for their Wednesday morn- ing meetings. Every Wednesday, parent vol- unters set up the coffee pot, and provide juice, fruit, muffins or sweet rolls. "The faculty really appreciates and looks forward to the treats, according to Benedictine Sister Christine Kempf, principal. Mater Dei's Walk-a-thon Mater Dei High School stu- dents will be "walking for dollars" on Nov. 1 during the annual 7.5- mile Walk-a-thon, according to Benedictine Sister Mary Fran- cis Williams. Students are now accepting pledges, and proceeds will be divided between the school and the classes. School proceeds will be used to update equipment and furniture. Fire Wardens Scarlett Lant, William Nalin, Nick Peluchette and Mark Hagan are serving as Fire War- dens at Christ the King School, Evansville. 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. Fest of the Harvest Moom Randy and Mary Haag served as co-chairpersons of the sixth annual Fest of the Harvest Moon at St. Mary Church, Washing- ton. 56 years Congratulations to John and Eleanor Sauer who will cele- brate their fifty-sixth wedding anniversary on Oct. 19. They are parishioners at St. Joseph Church, Evansville. Golf Scramble Joyce Hulsman and Dolores Hasenour were co-chairpersons of the recent Golf Scramble at St. Peter Celestine Church, Celes- fine. Proceeds will be used for future parish expansion. Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE 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. 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