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October 22, 1993 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 dthe Diocese Heart Line program at Sacred Heart Eight members of the Sacred Heart Renew Prayer EVansville, are volunteering their time m a new Heart Line ir:lr:. m, according to Carol "A " ny parishioner, esnecially ',ve o,o00o, dav:t ual^ly, or several times a I'Ialler , of their choice " L. explained. "Not only will tsee as a safety check, but geit' ve us the opportunity to bettr; nw and serve each other So far, three parishioners have led up to receive the calls. very happy with the re- and expect it to continue Sacred Heart Renew up meets monthly, Haller noting that the Heart Line originated "after read- in our daily read- CUrrently have 10 mem- mostly in 80's and they are caring group to work Clausheide, Mary Funk, en, Carol at, Rita ingly, Pat and are helping with Birthday! of the Mis- r Carl Schulte, of the East of the Daugh- Ly, celebrates his pastor of Chrisney, lay October Father Kenneth Betz, pas- tor of St. Mary Church, Ire- land, celebrates his birthday Oc- tober 31. Parishioners are honored Six parishioners at St. Mary Church, Evansville, were hon- ored for their service to the parish and the community at an annual appreciation dinner Sept. 26. Craig Howerton, Pauline Kothe and Jim Geiss received the John C. Rager award. This is the seventh year this award has been given; it is named for for- mer paster, Father John Rager. Mary Kuhlman was se- lected to received the diocesan Simon Brute Award. Karen Bryan and Dilly Schauss received awards from the parish staff for working be- hind the scenes "in ways that other parishioners might not see," according to Father Steve Lintzenich, pastor. Happy Birthday! "reflects a commitment to doing God's work that is beyond our parish boundaries," according to Father Gene Schroeder, pas- tor. The parish "made a commit- ment to help other people in need" with contributions which include: $6,000 to St. John Church, Evansville. $3,000 to St. Theresa's sister parish, St. Rose of Lima in Haiti. $1,300 to the Evansville Area Council of Churches. $700 to the Christmas Store Project. $3,000 to the St. Vincent de Paul Society. Anniversaries at Nativity Congratulations to couples at Nativity Church, Evansville, celebrating October wedding an- niversaries: Bob and Dorothy Hatfield, 48 years; Lou and Joan Hoppe, 51 years; Mason and Dottle Schnapf, 45 years; Roy and Catherine Tenney, 42 years; Ed and Carmel Young, 48 years. Florian Weinzapfel, a parishioner at Sacred Heart Collegiate award Church, Evansville, celebrated his ninetieth birthday Oct. 21. His address is Parkview Conva- lescent Center, 2819 N. St. Joseph Ave., Evansville IN 47720. CEDP in Washington Susan Fisher has been hired as executive Secretary for the Catholic Education Develop- Virginia Mullenix has been named a United States National Collegiate Award winner in Eng- lish, which is given by the United States Achievement Academy. Selection for the award is based on academic performance, leadership, motivation and rec- ommendation from a professor or director. Mullenix is a student at St. Mary-of-the-Woods College. merit Program in Anniversaries Washington. Parish stewardship at St. Joseph Congratulations to couples at The financial report at St. St. Joseph Church, Evans- Theresa Church, Evansville, ville, celebrating wedding an- niversaries: Chester and Dora Zuber, 58 years; John and Eleanor Saner, 53 years; Bud and Mary Pitt, 44 years. Planning team Members of the High School Planning Team at St. John Church, Loogootee, include: Seniors -- Ashley Walker, Amy Summers, Evan Hand, Rob McAtee. Juniors -- Jason Wagoner, Jaime David, Alysen Stockinger. Sophomores -- Jamie McAninch, Sharon Ramsey, Scot Greenwell. Freshmen -- Jill Bridge- water, Lisa Harder, Kathy Smith, Sarah Arvin, Jennifer Kluesner. Jennifer Gregory, Chris Walker, Donna Ader, Shan- non Chandler, Darlene Chan- dler, Brenda Harder, Grace Arvin and Judy Kluesner are adult members of the team. 46 years Donald and Helen Weyer, members of St. Ferdinand Church, Ferdinand, are cele- brating their forty-sixth wedding anniversary. Accredited The mammography facility at Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center, Jasper, has been accredited by the American College of Radiology. 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. Scouting awards Brian Coppinger and Mark Arvin received the Parvuli Dei Scouting awards from Father Carl Shetler, pastor of St. Martin Church, Whitfield. Paula Lindwald, above, left, is the leader of Pack 444. I Notebook Unseling at WCHS and has as the guidance Washington School, Wash- 'ays exciting to start As a counselor, position to help llarly in life and really, of high school, SUccessful after the purpose of Was the president Commission .Indiana for four Is certified as a COunselor by the tl Merit Marilyn Jesse Redman and Mike Halter have been named National Merit Scholar- ship semifinalists. They are stu- dents at Memorial High School, Evansville. Donations A check for $60, donated by students at St. Benedict School, Evansville, will be used for children needing med- ical care in Bosnia. Yearbook committee I".'u & ..=1 ,,=.,.. Kelly DeWeese, Ryan r=rStplaut= Hagan, Andrew Klueg, Becky Melanie Knapp, a third Pictor, Jennifer Hoehn, Ann grader at Resurrection Plocik, Renee Shirk, Sarah School, Evansville, has re- Werner, Laura McGhee, ceived a first place in the Fire Bryan Schultheis, Sarah En- Prevention Poster Contest. dress and Autumn Carlisle are members of the yearbook -- -'Hesurrecuon's committee at St. Theresa School, Evansville. They will student council be taking pictures throughout the school year which will be Matt Goans, Kristi Miller, Kyle Babcock, Laura Knapp, used in the yearbook. Mary Smither, Brittny Wan- nemuehler, Miehelle Zirkel- prauu-a--"- winner bach, Kevin Backes, Meg Lif. Pet tick, Aaron Rodenberg and Carlee Schnautz, a second Heidi Tenbarge are student council representative at Res- grader at St. Theresa School, urrection School, Evansville. Evansville, won first place in the Fall Festival Pet Parade. 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. In your face Corlus Christi School principal Larry Luig gets a choco- late pie in his face from fifth grader Jocelyn Burgdorf fol- lowing a successful fundraiser. Students at the Evansville school had 15 percent higher sales over last year;, as a re- ward, 37 of the top sellers became eligible for a "sell-out" bonus: applying a pie to their principal's face. Jocelyn Burgdorf was selected.