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:i ',November 6, 1992 The Message Monthly -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana I I I 7 Memorial wins girls', boys' soccer titles The girls' and boys' soccer s at Memorial High School ansville captured state titles ct. 31 in Indianapolis. 0T he girls' team is coached by. e Lattner and the boys' team is COached by Bill Vieth lr. Big Bingo The third annual Big Bingo, held Oct. 18 in Evansville netted a profit of $16 361 16 accordin Os;eo00;00; lrector for the Evansville Catholic Interparocial Hi h School Board.  g ,,.My personal thanks to the lngo Eommittee, Mater Dei and t:rnff rlal Friends anti Alumni, L tVansville Catholic Hieh ['aOOl Board, parishes, schools, uUsinesses and volunteers who Worked and supported this event and made it so successful." All proceeds benefit the two Evansville Catholic high schools. MD volleyball The volleyball team at Mater Dei High School, Evansville. has captured its 15th consecutive sectional crown. MD Cross Country Members of the Girls Cross Country team at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, finished sec- ond at regional competition. Team members include Ellen Berendes, Theresa Garrand, Sarah Hartweck, Angle Knapp, Rachel Mall, Nichole Vick, Mindy Martin, Melanie Buchanan and lamie McFadden. Rivet's volleyball team The wtrsity volleyball team at Rivet High School, Vincennes, finished its season at 22-7. The team was coached by Paula Heinz and assisted by Shelley Quinett. The junior varsity team fin- ished its season at 19-3. Tina ................ Primus was the coach, assisted by Quinett. Interest rate lowered on Affinity Card d- By PAUL R. LEINGANG, Message Editor caldrons buying on credit, with the "Tradition" affinity i,,' tve a lower interest rate, effective Nov. 3., accord- T'. to u avid L. Albin, assistant vice president of Citizens 'lonal Bank. ' " ' N:;h3annual percentage rate was reduced to 15.9 percent, .. , according to a formula which may cause the rate to ge four times each year. the variable ra me rate lus 9 9 er r,,.,, ' te is based on the pr" p . . p.- 1i' accrding to the bank -- but the rate is capped at . percent. The prime rate used is from the first business uayA,.^__Oi each new quarter. Car;st. her change made in the handling of the affinity a_ _ the addition of a late fee of $14. Information about tu_Claanges has been mailed to credit card users. da,'trct, Users are also being offered an incentive to consoli- ,er what they owe on other high rate credit cards. A one 'o.' t cent rebate is bein offered on such balances trans- .... A__u to the affinitv card holder's account. biocg::tion of every affinity card purchase is paid to the sc_  oI Evansville, and distributed to the deaneries for :uo_t Use. As of the end of Seotember 1992 a total of 'o2,a71 had been earned for thediocese. That amount rep- resents one-half of one percent of consumers' purchases during the calendar year. AUTO TOPS. SEAT COVERS' BOAT COVERS STEREO SALES & INSTALLATIONS : : .71: ::i:!ii! 254-3943 HWY 50 EAST, BEHIND UPS CENTER EUGENE WELP, OWNER "A family name you can trust" Miller & Miller 424-9274 Oath of" ffic ) e Matt Armentanoi the judge of Mater Dei.ville. administers the oath of office to MaR Weber during the student government inauguration at Mater Dei High School, Evansville. Aroum t[,z Diocese Brute Library task force is named Bishop Gerald A. Gettelfinger has appointed a task force to offer recommendations on the fu- ture of the Brute Library in Vin- cennes and on the general ques- tion of preservation of historical materials. The task force membership is drawn from both the Diocese of Evansville and the Archdiocese of Indianapolis. lames I. DiVita, a historian at Marian College in In- dianapolis, is the chairman of the committee. Sister Louise Bond, S.N.J.M., Chance]h)r of the Dio(:ese of E\\;'ansville, is an ex- officio member. Task Force members include Sister Ann Kathleen Brawley, S.P., Father Robert Bultman, Sis- ter Margaret Flynn, D.C., Sister Eileen Ann Kelley, S.P., Sister Angela Sasse, O.S.B., Father John Schipp, Cyril Ubelhor, Bernard Verkamp, Dr. Joseph White and John Yocum. The task force will meet in Vincennes in November and final re(:omnlendations will be submitted to Bishop Gettelfinger by Fet)rnarv of 199L Happy Birthday! Father Eugene Dewig, pastor of Sacred Heart Church, Evans- ville, celebrates his birthday Nov. 1 I. Father Michael Fritsch. associ- ate pastor a I St. Joseph Church, Jasper. ceh.brates his birthday Nov. 11. Msgr. Leo Conti of Evansville, a member of the Clergy Assis- tance Pool. celebrate.s his birth- day Nov. 13. [:ather William Wargel, pastor of Holv Redeemer Church, Evansville, celebrates his birth- da,' Nov. 14,  Change of address Father Robert Kress' new ad- dress is St. Paul Church, 214 Nassau Street, Princeton. N. |er. soy 08542. Holy Family's sodality New officers of the Ladies' So. dality at Holy Family Church, Jasper. include Pare Schwenk, president; Neoma Sander, vice- president: Sandy Morion, secre- tary; Helen Vonderheide, trea- surer, and Barb Balka, membership chairwoman. I.G.A.. KREMPP ] F,R,= n. AF,=TY )USEWIFE = LUMBER CO. 117 Susseron Street Commercial and Residential MICK RAY: Home: 8824185 "n, o,,, ,-,.,,,- 7 -  .. t,t-s.o,t A ,r I'OODSANoMEATS | TRIBUTION&GENERALCONTRACTING | Shop: 886.4960.Pager:$85-?srt t..,. ,,. - 8 64S0 .....,m7.:,;,... sO Huntinnbur,, an" " ......... YARD CONSTRUC1.. BECHER & KLUES  ' '"' ' '"'"'' ECHR  JASPER 11  am ^,] fUNERAL HOME I LUMBER CO. [ pIl't,q ''tt .s,sls,ts i Downtown Clanno ,,,. -,,,_ I COMPLETE BUILDING I ! il PralrleVlllage ! 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