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October 29, 1993 Visions of Exploration Thirteen Catholic schools in the Evansville area are partici- m a 10-week program ti- "Visions of Exploration," t,soredby the P-47 Memorial _apter of the Air Force Associ- u0n., the Evansville Freedom festival and George Koch and Sons. The multi-disciplinary pro- gram, which incorporates sci- ence, social studies, math, lan- arts, fine arts and career n, was developed by m partnership with al Association of (NASA), aal Association of Ele- School Principals, and r organizations• journals, study ma- and instruction manuals provided to guide stu- an imaginative jour- around Planet Earth and universe as they stu- in the past, pre- ic schools and teachers in the program in- 'lake, Holy Re- lmpkins, Holy file; Res. Evansville; t School, ne Hill, St. Joseph Vanderburgh St. ey, Christ the e; a Seib, Westside c Consolidated Holy Cross Cathy St. John ;chool, New- Gonzales, St. The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana .... 5' 7 II Joseph School, Princeton; • Katrina Martin, Sts. Peter and Paul School, Haub- stadt; • Jeannie Will, St. Philip School, Philip. Happy Birthday! Ron Pittman, principal at Precious Blood School, Jasper, celebrates his birthday Nov. 2. Patricia Endicott, principal at St. Joseph School, Prince- ton, celebrates her birthday Nov. 4. Student teacher Vickie Wannemueller is stu- dent teaching in the third grade at Resurrection School, Evansville. Scholarship award winner Paula Lynn Tennis has been chosen the 1993 Alumni Scholar- ship Award Winner by the Washington Catholic Alumni Association. She is the daughter of Ken- neth and Veronica Tennis and she currently is attending Indiana State University. Leadership conference Eileen Pastora, a student at Memorial High School, Evansville, recently attended the National Young Leaders Conference in Washington, D.C. MathCounts Renee Rietman, Jodi Bit- tner, Amanda Herr, Alicia Wilderman, Jamie Rexing, Andrea Goedde, Chris Beck- erie, Joey Baumholser, Sam Stephens and Greg Schmitt are participating in the Math- Counts program at St. Wendel School, St. Wendel. Class officers Dane Schmitt is president of the eighth grade at St. Theresa School, Evansville• Other offi- cers include Sara Wilson, vice- president; Dan Sehrader, sec- retary; Patrick Engelbrecht, treasurer, and Adam Blake, re- porter. Cootest winners Six students at Good Shep- herd School, Evansville, are winners in the annual poster contest sponsored by the Evans- ville Fire Department. They in- clude Mark Enghauser, second place; Lauren Logel, first place; Lauren Ellspermann, second place; Emily Weber, sec- ond place; Katie Herr, third place; Kyle Heerdink, third place• Speech meet Students at Corpus Christi School, Evansville, received ribbons in the first speech meet at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, included: Laura Reising, Jessica But- ler, Andrea Hailer, first place; Margaret Halbig, Joshua Reising, Scott Miller, second; Jason McCord, third; Christi Ulrich, Deidre Messmer, Lori Goedde, fourth; Crystal Spivey, Tom Feller, fifth. Memorial's Spell Bowl team qualifies for state Members of the Spell Bowl team at Memorial High School, Evansville, have quali- Cruising Kindergarteners at Good Shepherd School, Evansville, celebrated Columbus Day in a big way this year. They took a ride in a special ship created just for them. Their ship was navigated through the school's hallways by their teachers, Tracey Unfried and Lynn Scheessele. fled to compete in state competi- tion Nov. 13. Spell Bowl team members in- clude Joanne Cabanilla, Jesse Redman, Marilyn Schroer- ing, Patrick Stearns, Eileen Pastora, Katie Stuckemeyer, Mercedes Morera, Lesley Weinert, Lee Ann Ulrich, Alena Stransky. Alternates include Shawn Downing, Brian Nimnicht, Carrie Dean, Adam Sandefur, Chrissy Husted and Joy Diaz. Cross Country The Memorial High School Lady Tigers Cross Country team has qualified for this week's semi-state meet with a fourth place finish at IHSAA regionals, according to Del Schiavone, coach. At regionals, the team was led by sophomore Katie Barber who finished second with a time of 15:58 and junior Melissa Wa- then who finished fourth with a time of 16:07. Team members include Mari- lyn Schroering, Libby Fallen, Lindsey Brinkmeyer, Shan- non Martin and Sarah Spear• Volleyball The varsity volleyball team at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, has captured the school's ninth • consecutive City Title and eleventh consecutive Conference Championship, ac- cording to Diane Fehren- bacher. 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. tine award ine Church, Ce- by History ts parish sesqui- *ry, according to pastor. es were recog- merit. Our of a con- OVer 500 mem- sional author- 'judges noted that was the "prod- research, with Ls s an interest- the church town with a solid 9, ne parishioners er, Margaret Fromme Parish at the polls• embers include Sandy and Othmar Betz, Rita nn Elkins, Clara Hassfurther, Julia behusen, S • , chpp, Rose- "d Mary Lou Happy Birthday! Father Timothy Tenbarge, pastor of St. Philip Neri Church, Bicknell, celebrates his birthdhy Nov. 4. Father Henry Kuykendall, pastor of Nativity Church, Evansville, celebrates his birth- day Nov. 4. • Father Sylvester Loehrlein, • pastor of St. Rupert Church, Red Brush, celebrates his birth- day Nov. 7. Visiting seminarian Matt Gerlach. a second year theology student at St. Meinrad Seminary, will be serving an in- ternship at St. Mary Church, Evansville, this year. His duties will include assist- ing with follow-up calls for the St. Vincent de Paul Society. Jubilarians Congratulations to Harold and Eva Mattingly, members of St. Simon Church, Wash- ington, who celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Oct. 20. Anniversaries at Holy Family Congratulations to couples at Holy Family Church, Jasper, celebrating wedding anniver- saries: Victor and Monica Knies, 42 years; Leonard and Julia Eversman, 45 years; Ernest and Irene Werne, 43 years; Richard and Helen Hochgesang, 46 years; Victor and Dolores Eckert, 47 years; Lloyd and Cornelia Stemle, 60 years; Remus and Eileen Schuler, 47 years; Othmar and Agnes Jahn, 43 years; Robert and Bernice Giesler, 54 years; Richard and Eugenia Jahn, 48 years; Kenneth and Verna Lee Moeller. 41 years; Karl and Mildred Boehm, 53 years; Roman and Mercedes Hochgesang, 44 years; Sylvester and Irene Giesler, 45 years; John and Rosalind Hasenour, 53 years; Leo and Anita Fischer 56 years; Ed- mund and Mary Ann Uebel- hor, 47 years. Please send information for AROUND TIlE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville. IN 47724. Dress up day Fifth and seventh graders at St. Philip School, St. Philip, celebrate olumbus Day by dressing in Indian costumes their teacher, Jeanne Will, dressed as Christopher Colum. bus. Above, Neal Bohleber poses in front of an Indian vil- lage he constructed. During Columbus Day, the students interpreted Indian picture stories, made clay pottery bowls, and ate Indian food. ! .... ! ay lk,r the S