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October 21, 1994 The Message  for Catholics of Southwestern Indlana 7 00iritual Bouquet The Social Concerns commit- at Holy Rosary Church, are inviting all ex- WOmen in the parish to silk flower in the vase be- statue of Mary, which is church vestibule. are asked to mark flower with their family and the due date of their hope that visiting the church reminded to pray for the parish who are "in way." as a whole and as be praying for of the unborn chil- deliv- and for spe- needs for all the family members, The flowers will remain in the church until the baptism of the newborn. Happy Birthday! Father Paul RoBs, pastor of St. Martin Church, Chrisney, celebrates his birthday Oct. 29. Father Kenneth Betz, pas- tor of St. Mary Church, Ire- land, celebrates his birthday Oct. 31. Father Matthew Jaskula, a retired priest living at Provi- dence Home, Jasper, cele- brates his birthday Oct. 31. St. Rose of Lima Mary Ellan Mueller is the newly-elected president of the trip IC at St. Joseph are partici- of the Di- Unters,,, through the television series. interactive teleconfer- students from across to participate. to Satellite hook-up, are able to travel a Chicago pa- the broad- Close Up program in Washing- ton, D.C. "We offer students the oppor- tunity to see Washington as a living city by taking them into the buildings they often see only on television and then question- ing law- and policy-makers they may only read about," said La Shawn De Ville, Close Up Foun- dation's outreach coordinator for Indiana. Good Shepherd's experience the Fire Wardens dinosaur bones and footage from his Africa. Five eighth grade students are serving as Fire Wardens at Oct. 14 broadcast, Good Shepherd School, Were able to interact Evansville. They are Jeff Goehring, Tyler Klueh, Jill Muensterman, Chris Stein- hauer and Scott Johnson. Irnmer readers ,1, Brad Mayer, Holy Spirit's Kyle Wal- Wesley Safety Patrol, Brittany Fire Wardens Up ey Conner, bl Mary-Mar. att Obert, Angermeier, Kiesel, Jonathon aehl, Jessica Obert and all students at School, Fort red certificates Summer Read- Thirteen students are mem- bers of the Safety Patrol at Holy Spirit School, Evansville. They include Kristi Altstadt, Jessie Bates, Greg Baumgart, Adam Harvey, Jesse Adams, Todd Schutt, Emily Waller, Jaynie Harpole, Andrew Pep- per, Mike Thomas, Mike Board, Matt Nurrenbern and Carrie White. Four students are serving as Junior Fire Wardens at Holy Spirit; they are Greg Baum- gart, Amanda Carter, Carrie White and Jarrod Harvey. J HAUBSTADT ELECTRIC Licensed Bonded Insured Industrial, Commercial and Residential P.O. Box 405 TONY NAZARIO Haubstadt, IN 47639 812-768-5207 1-800-766-2787 Memorial High have been in the Four "" ' ZIEMER'SHEAP;S rlVerlerlt Locations EAST CHAPi:L 800 S, HEBRON AVE. St. Rose of Lima Altar Society at Holy Rosary Church, Evans- ville. Mary TenBarge is vice-presi- dent, Rita Sigda is secretary, and Wanda Joest is treasurer Betty Rudd is historian. Anniversaries at St. Joseph Congratulations to couples at St. Joseph Church, Evans- ville, celebrating wedding an- niversaries: John and Eleanor Sauer, 54 years; Bud and Mary Pitt, 45 years Harvest Moon Ginger Arnold and Charles SIAC soccer The girls soccer team at Mater DeS High School, Evansville, has captured its first SIAC title The lead scorer is forward Julie Smith. On de- fensive end: goal keeper, Amy Weber, backs Missy Eppler, Julio Ks and Krista Wein- zapfel. Artists Albert Schmitt and Dustin Paul, students at St. Wendel School, St. Wendel, are win- ners in the Fire Prevention Poster Contest. Volleyball at Mater DeS The freshman volleyball team at Mater DeS High School, Evansville, ended its season with a victory over Gibson Southern. The team record is 16 wins and three losses. Members include Kira Crowdus, Natalie Emge, Julie Hart, Courtney Langhorst, Laura Reising, Tracey Reising, Beth Ritzert, Rachel Schenk, Carrie Sitz- man and Stephanie Stoneci- pher. The Mater DeS reserve volley- ball team has a record of 21 wins and four losses The varsity volleyball team, which was ranked as high as number 15 in the state this sea- son, has a record of 25 wins and five losses. The team finished second in the New Albany Fall City Classics Tournament and won the championship at the Boonville Invitations. The team also captured the school's twelfth consecutive city title and its seventeenth sectional title 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. i ii Main Street Pharmacy 217 E. Main St. Bowntown Walngton Phone: 254-5141 H J 11/ II iIB II 11 =11 IBI [S|lillllllNltltlllllBm Wickman servedd as coordina- tors of the fourth annual Fest of the Harvest Moon at St. Mary Church, Washington. Happy Birthday! Lena Birk and Joe Paul, parishioners at St. Wendel Church, St. Wendel, recently celebrated their 97th birthdays. Anniversaries at St. Theresa Congratulations to couples at St. Theresa Church, Evans- ville, celebrating wedding an- niversaries: Ray and Margaret Baumgart, 57 years; Robert and Betty Folz, 41 years; Roman and Henrietta Baehl, 46 years; Joe and Lorene Brown, 56 years; Ray and Ceil Fiester, 54 years; Roy and Dorothy Gehlhausen, 54 years; Jerome and Edith Yel- lig, 43 years; AI and Irene Hayden, 55 years; Don and Irma Hardesty, 40 years. Anniversaries at Holy Rosary Congratulations to couples at Holy Rosary Church, Evans- ville, celebrating wedding an- niversaries: Fred and Betty Hermann, 40 years; Lorene and Otto Market, 60 years. 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. DRE convention Directors of Religious Education from parishes through- out the Diocese of Evansville attended the annual Indiana State DRE Convention Oct. 4-6 in Indianapolis. Attending from the diocese were, s/tt/ng, Franciscan Sister Barbara James, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, knee//ng, Kim Channels, Holy Cross, Fort Branch; Melanie Rauh, St. Joseph, Princeton; Jalane Weber, Resurrection, Evansville; Mary Ann Zenthoefer, Sacred Heart, Evansville; Providence Sis- ter Nancy Brosnan, Holy Family, Jasper;, Benedictine Sis- ter Agnes Marie Dauby, St. Joseph, Evansville; Ursuline Sister Renee Monahan, Holy Angels, New Harmony; Mary Kaye Falcony, Holy ]Rosary, Evansville; Becky Epperson, Sts. Peter and Paul, Haubstadt; Marty Homing, Christ the King, Evansville; standing, Sister Therese Mary Rebstock, St. Joseph, Evansville; Maggie Phillips, St. Clement, Boonville; Bishop Gerald A. Gettelfinger, Alice Weisheit, St. John, Loogootee; Mary Jo Werner, St. Agnes, Evans- ville; Benedictine Sister Mary Agnes Sermersheim, St. Benedict, Evansville; Franciscan Sister Joan Miller, St. Anthony, Evansville; Franciscan Sister Jane McConnell, Nativity, Evansville; Benedictine Sister ta Zeller, St. Francis Xavier, Poseyviile; Mary Ann Mile St. Cement, Boonville; Benedictine Sister Geneva Stumler, S', Joseph, Vanderburgh County; Robert Vollmer, St, John, Daylight, and Jim Con', diocesan director of religious education.