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November 3, 1989 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana mml Around the Diocese 7 Provincial leaders elected Three natives of the Diocese of EvansvilLe have been elected pro- vincial councilors in the St. Gabrial Province, which is the midwestern province of the Sisters of Providence at St. Mary- of-the-Woods. Sister Mary Mundy, S.P. is a native of-Jasper. She is pastoral associate and youth minister at St. Clement Church, Boonville. Sister Marsha, S.P. is a native of Vincennes; Sister Mary Mont- gomery, S.P. is from Bramble. The new officers will assume their leadership positions in June 1990. Their duties are to provide leadership in promoting the mis- sion of the Sisters of Providence. Happy Birthday! Father Henry Kuykendall of St. John the Baptist Church, Newburgh, celebrates his birth- day NOv. 4. Father Sylvester Loehriein of St. Rupert Church, Red Brush and incoming chaplain at St. Mary's Medical Center, Evansville, celebrates his birth- day Nov. 7. Father Timothy Tenbarge of St. Joseph Church, Jasper, celebrates his birthday Nov. 4. Jasper man appointed Joseph Steurer of Jasper has been appointed to the St. Meinrad Seminary Board of Overseers. He is vice-chairman and treasurer of the board of Memorial Hospital, Jasper. He and his wife Connie have three sons. He will be serving as a member of the development and public relations committee. November anniversaries Couples at Holy Family Church, Jasper celebrating November wedding anniversaries include: Karl and Mildred Boehm, 49 years; Roman and Mercedes Hochgesang, 40 years; Roman and Dorothy Senninger, 40 years; Sylvester and Irene 'Giesler, 41 years; John and Rosalind Hasenour, 49 years; Ted and Mac Merkley, 55 years; Leo and Anita Fischer, 52 years; Edmund and Mary Ann Uehelhor, 43 years. Parish council Newly elected members of the parish council at Sacred Heart Church, Evansville, are David Hailer, Mary Jo Kirchoff and Mary Ann Zenthoefer. 1 St. Joe's folk group New members of the folk group at St. Joseph Church, Evansville, are Kevin Dassel, Christina Eberhard, Donna Emmans and Julie Groppenbacher. Summer social Parishioners at Resurrection Church, Evansville, netted $20,126 in profits from their 1989 summer social, according to Father Raymond Brenner, pastor. St. Celestine's parish council Robert Rasche is the new presi- dent of the parish council at St. Celestine Church, Celestine. Jack Hasenour is vice-president and Margaret Buechler is secretary. Scouting awards Vince Brinkman, Steven Fleck, Joshua Lehman, Chad Lueken, Jamey Rummel, Seen Scanlan and Ryan Schuetter, all members of St. Mary Church, Huntingburg, have received the Knight of St. Dominic Savio scouting award. 40th anniversary Jerome and Joan Schroeder, members of St. Celestine Church, Celestine, recently celebrated their fortieth wedding anniversary. Prayer network Sissy Koch and Antoinette Knies are coordinating the Prayer Network at St. Nicholas Chapel, Santa Claus. Youth award Kory Klem, a member of St. Anthony Church, Dubois Coun- ty, has been named youth of the month for the Dubois County Op- timist Club. Wedding anniversaries Couples at St. Theresa Church, Evansville, celebrating wedding anniversaries are Basil and Henrietta Morgan, 53 years; Leo and Odelia Turk, 53 years; Julian and Doris McRae, 50 years; Ray and Margaret Baumgart, 52 years; Fred and Agnes Herr, 49 years; Roman and Henrietta Baehl, 41 years. Also celebrating are Joe and Lorene Brown, 51 years; Ray and Ceil Fiester, 49 years; Roy and Dorothy Gehlhausen, 49 years; Ralph and Helen Bengert, 44 years; Les and Louise Hulsey, 41 years; John and Mari Triplett, 41 years; John and Christine LaRoy. 44 years; Bill and Dorothy Diehl, 45 years, and Audry and Mary Lou Titzer, 41 years. :ii!iiii:i: :::  ; :.:::.::.;?:i/:iii!/:':.: i! :':i : : :: -: ..................... ""::! nn ,n COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Auto! Homel Fire & Lifel Your Personal Service Agent James L. Will Ins. Agency .Inc.4aaa7 1925 W. Franklin Street II Hurricane relief Parishioners of St. Joseph Church, Dale, worked hard to respond to the people devastated by Hur- ricane Hugo. Packing boxesto be shipped, above, are, front, left, Marry Brown, St. Joseph, seventh grader; Matthew Schaefer, St. Nicholas Chapel, third grader; Jackie Grundhoefer, St. Nicholas Chapel, third grader; back, left, Herb and Philnmena Nard, St. Joseph Community Involvement Board; Marilyn Payne, St. Joseph first grade catechist; Wes Snyder, St. Joseph, seventh grader; and Dolores Graves, St. Nicholas, Community Involvement Board. --Photo courtesy of St. Joseph Church, Dale KofC awards dinner Over 250 people attended the sixth annual awards dinner for the Memorial High School K of C Council 565 grade school football league on Oct. 29. Ralph Weinzapfel, Memorial football coach, stressed the im- portance of the league, noting that 20 of the 27 players on this year's cub team came from the league. The team from Holy Rosary/Good Shepherd/St. John received the championship trophy at the dinner. Steve Markwell was head coach. Assistants were Mike Minton, Mike Skvara, Kevin Swartz and Ron Mills. Jamil Meriwether, a student at St. Benedict School, Evansville, was the league's leading scorer with 42 points. Poster winner Shannon Martin, a fifth grader at Holy Spirit School, Evansville, won first place in the Evansville fire prevention poster contest. Happy Birthday! Sister Patricia Endicott, prin- cipal at St. Matthew School, Mount Vernon, celebrates her birthday Nov. 4. Sister Beata Mehllng, director of Marian Day School, Evansville, celebrates her birth- day Nov. 9. Holy Redeemer's speech team Students at Holy Redeemer School, Evansville, have been participating in speech meets at Mater Dei High School, Evansville. Results from the first meet are: Duo: Adam Keeneth and Judd Hobgood, first; Diana Walker See SCHOOL page 9 St. Ben's 'readers in the pumpkin patch" One hundred fifteen elementary students from kindergarten through third grade spent three hours in reading activities at St. Benedict School, Evansville, Oct. 26. Some students, above, act out a por- tion of a skit to accompany a story read to them by Sue Barancik from McCollough Library, Evansville. -- Message Photo by Paul Lelngang