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November 5, 1993 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indlane I nd the Diocese SUSAN YOCHUM Postulants in Ferdinand Susan Yochum, Kate Wille- gal and Michele Preiser have entered the Monastery Im- maCulate Conception, Ferdi- nand, as postulants. They will live at the monastery and begin to estab- lish identity with the reli iou cOmmunit,. , , g s .  nroun Dartici at- Lrlg in forma*:-- ,- - P n't,, __ lou classes, commu- . l,j meals, social activi " househola  .... ., - Uules and other I KATE WILLEGAL planned activities. Susan Yochum, the daugh- ter of Donald and Martha (Thais) Yochum, is from Evansville. She is a member of Good Shepherd parish in Evansville, and she has a bache- lor's degree in English and the- ater from St. Mary-of-the:Woods College. Kate Willegal is from Mil- waukee, Wis. She has served as a licensed funeral director and grief recovery coordinator in Milwaukee. She is a member of the Association for Death Edu- !::!: i/!:il : ool Notebook Grandparents, Day at Precious Blood 'We received many positive nr;::s n how much the the eats enjoyed spending ' day With their dren .... grandchil- , said Ron Pittman, prin- CiPal at Precio Blood :}' Jasper, oft:e recentl randparents, Da Y -e day be- Y'  an with a liturgy -,,u continued w' 0bse .... lth classroom ""ton and lunch. Speech meet winners Daniel Werner, Kira Crow- dus, Brad Angermeier, Sally Gries, Mike DeWitt, Jennifer Watson, Evelyn Rexing, Jamie Schmitt, Jessica Weis and Andy Kelley received rib- bons in their first speech meet; they are students at Corpus Christi School, Evansville. MICHELEL PREISER cation and Counseling, the Academy of Professional Fu- neral Service Practice, and the Catholic Ministry to the Be- reaved. Michele Preiser,'a native of Muskego, Wis., has worked as a salesperson and trainer for Phones Plus in New Berlin, Wis., since 1989. appy Birthday! Father Eugene Dewig, pas- tor of Sacred Heart Church, Evansville, celebrates his [ students at Holy Spirit School, Evansville, who re- ceived ribbons at the first speech meet at St, Benedict School, Evansville Earthmobile Jennifer McDonald, a stu- dent at Holy Spirit School, Evansville, who an earthmo- bile containing 15 books on the environment and related topics through an Earth Day program at Target stores. MathCounts Brad Angermeier, Daniel St. Theresa's "iUe Winners Werner, Tim Hertel, Ryan King, Nick Rahen are mere- speech team 1Yiealbers of the Volleycats at bers of the MathCounts Team at E::::v.,pe! High School, Corpus Christi School, Sarah Endress, Sarah t _.:-,ue, have won thmr mx Evansville. Sixth graders Werner, Kelly DeWeese, Jen- eeuth " " - COnsecutive sec Jason Hall, Zach Fehren- nifer Hoehn, Eric Thompson Charah; .... tional bacher and Joseph DeWitt are and Patrick Engelbrecht were I}i-"asalp, accordin to ribbon winners at the first T::o:hrenbacher.  pr:cticing with the team. speech meet at St. Benedict the va  SOCcer team captured School, Evansville. They are Oct. 23 nsville Reglonal Title Eighth grade students at St. Theresa School, Evansville. Good Shepherd's StUdent.._ council the-st,.Uergens is president of uuent COUncll ShePher d . . " at Good arad M elool, Evansvdle. a d OSbey is vice-president eeeta,..l,. att Settles is . "" reasure KHe _ Faolds, Shawn Hall, alle*;Verd!nk, Joy Weber, wl,, a ==Oetgea and Emily re representatives. class officers Meg Liffick is president of the eighth grade at Resurrec- tion School, Evansville. Other officers include Adam Schnarr, vice-president; Heidi Tenbarge, treasurer; Stephanie Moore, secretary, and Leanne Bauer, yearbook editor. Ribbon winners. Congratulations to Mandy Wilhite, Sarah Pepper, Katie Bradley and Nathan Redman, Cast member Kira Crowdus, a student at Corpus Christi School, Evansville, was a cast member in Totally New Theatre's pro- duction =Last Hotel -- This Exit." Please ..end 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 aa. the Friday before publication. birthday Nov. 11. Msgr. Leo Coati of Evans- ville, a member of the Clergy Assistance Pool, celebrates his birthday Nov. 13. Father William Wargel, pastor of Holy Redeemer Church, Evansville, cele- brates his birthday Nov. 14. Jl 7 Special recognition Providence Sister Jane Bodine has been recognized by the National Catholic Develop- ment Conference for her contri- butions to the education of reli- gious congregations in the area of fund raising. Sister Bodine formerly taught at St. Joseph School, Jasper, and Assump- tion School, Evansville. Anniversaries at St. Theresa Congratulations to couples at St. Theresa Church, Evans- IH ville, celebrating wedding an- niversaries: John and Marj Triplett, 45 years; John and Christine LaRoy, 48 years; Jack and Betty Bridges, 42 years; Audry and Mary Lou Titzer, 45 years; Earl and Frankie Boutwell, 49 years. St. Joseph's parish council Butch Feulner is president of the parish council at St. Joseph Church, Vander. burgh County. Mike Beshears is vice-president and Cecilia Kuester is secretary. Randy Appler is chairperson of the parish Worship Commit- tee. 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. i i Sisters of Providence welcome new counml members Omer Sturm of Jasper and Mary A. Traylor of Vincennes have been named to the National Development Council of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary-of-the-Woods. Sturm is chairman of Inwood Of- fice Furniture, Inc., in Jasper. He and his wife are members of St. Joseph Church and the parents of five children. He was taught by the Sisters of Providence while a student at St. Joseph School. He is also a graduate of Jasper High School and the Uni- versity of Notre Dame. Traylor is a teacher at Rivet High School, Vincennes. She, her husband Wayne, and their six children are members of St. John the Baptist Church in Vincennes. She was taught by the Sisters of Providence while a high school stu- dent at St. Mary-of-the-Woods and at St. Rose Academy, Vincennes. HAVE YOU HEARD HIM CALL? OMER STURM MARY A. 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