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The Message m for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana N Catholic education foundation aims higher By PAUL R. LEINGANG Message editor office expenses and other costs add up to a projected budget of $154,528 for 1996. Cathy Drake chairs the an- nual campaign. During the current school year, tuition grants total a lit- tle over $126,000. That amount -- in grants ranging from $200 to $1,666 -- is helping to pay tuition for 129 students. In the previous year, 1994- 1995, tuition grants totaled just over $115,000. Grants ranging from $75 to $1,666 were awarded to 143 students. The Catholic Education Foundation also assists the Marian Day Program, for spe- cial education, at St. Theresa School. Mark Schiff completed his term as president. The new officers el" the orga- nization include John Michael O'Leary, president; Tom Corco- ran, vice president; Pat Welsh, secretary, and Dr. Maurice Keller, treasurer. Board members re-elected for three year terms include Robert Hargrave, Harold Kempf and Robert L. Koch II. New board members elected to three year terms are Tricia Hollander Pendley, Stephen J. Witting, Linda Feulner, Rudy Montejano and Tina Schmitt. Other board members by virtue of their office include Father David Nunning and Fa- ther Jean Vogler, deans of the Evansville West and the Evansville East deaneries, re- spectively; and Mark Freeman, president of the Evansville Catholic Interparochial High Schools Board. Board members of the Catholic Education Founda- tion elected new officers and upped the amount of money to be raised for tuition grants, at their annual meeting, Oct. 26. The Catholic Education Foundation is a non-profit or- ganization which was estab- lished in 1968. The Founda- tion provides funds in the form of tuition grants-in-aid to de- serving students who could not otherwise afford the tuition at Mater Dei or Memorial high schools. In the coming year, board members agreed to commit themselves to raising enough money to pay out $133,000 in tuition grants. Compensation, 250 attend Dubois county Right To Life banquet ii !if! John Michael O'Leary, standing, reports to the the Catholic Education Foundation, as Mark Pat Welsh check paperwork. -- Message photo by Paul State Senator Jean Leising was the keynote speaker at the Dubois County Right to Life and Teens for Life Fall Ban- quet, at the Knights of Colum- bus Hall in Jasper, Oct. 26. About 250 people attended the event, which was organized as "The First Annual Fall Ban- quet." Leising, a Republican from Oldenburg, Ind., is a candidate for the ninth U.S. congres- sional seat new held by Lee Hamilton, a Democrat. The Dubois County Right to Life has over 250 members. Officers include Glen M. Sturm, president; Steve Uebel- her, vice president; Sharon Cox, secretary, and Dorothy Olinger, treasurer. Over 90 young persons are members of Teens for Life. Of- ricers include Natalie Hopf, president; Jayme Woebken- berg and Matt Wagner, vice presidents; Rachel Schneider, secretary, and Ashley Uebel- her, treasurer. Mike and Steve Uebelhor are the adult advi- sors, I.rNITY SOI3BW]T BANK mQ WASHINGTON-SHOALS-LOOGOOTEE Natalie Hopf, right, Dubois County Teens for Life Presi- dent, shakes the hand of the keynote speaker, State Sena- tor Jean Leising of Oldenburg. -- Message photo by Michael Woolsey ' FIRST FEDERAL Savings and Loan Association Washington & Loogootee Main Street Pharmacy 217 E. Main St. Downtown Washington Phone: 254-5141 MILLER & MILLER "A family name you can trust" 424-9274 ii CHICKEN STEAKS SEAFOOD s SANDWICHES COCKTAILS SERVING FROM 10:30 AM to 10:30 PM MON. THRU SAT. CALL FOR RESERVATIONS 103 Gibson Haubstadt CARRIAGE INN FAMILY RESTAURANT PARTIES SERVED FAMILY STYLE 1-800-293-2559 il : : ili ii i i:i i / / = Stratman's Pharmacy City-Wide Delivery 413 Locust Street John and Judy Stratman 425-5293 768-6131 Z 00BBO Oak Hill Pharmacy Prescription Specialists Hwy. 62 and N. Welnbach Ave. LARRY SCHULTHEIS, Prop. 425-4422 COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Auto! Home[ Fire & Life! Your Personal Service Agent James L. Will Ins. Agency Inc. 1925 W. Franklin Street 425-3187 i ii Duncan's Riversid Pharmacy Bob and Norma DunO Corner Riverside and Gove 4 Evansville PAUL'S : PHARMACY Paul Mayer, owner 2345 W. Franklin St 425-4364 Plaza PharmaCl Newburgh PlaZa Shopping Center Fast Prescription SerVi0 Ken and Rebecca HacK 853-7141 Catch E in x' Dec. 9th, Roberts On Saturday, December 9, the Catholic - community in Evansville will be given a rare opportunity refreshment in the Spirit of Christ. Catholic renown will present the gospel message within a context of Faith, Intercession, Repentance, Evangelism.The daylong gathering - filled with music, learning and prayer - concludes with a Mass by Rev. Gettelfin of Evansville. the generosity of corporate supporters, general admission is FRi st served). Send your request for tickets (limit 6 per request), addressed, stamped #10 envelope to: Fire Rally Po Box 6934 Evansville, IN 47719-0934 Box Lunch Available: Include $5 per person ( Stadium does not allow refreshments to be Make checks payable to : Fire Lunch. There will not be much time available to leave