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November 10, 1995 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana ""' 7 tebook New faces at Marian Day DThere are new faces at Marian ay School, Evansville, this fall, ncluding.two new teachers and ' umm]strative assistant. Marie Brandle, principal at St. Theresa School, Evansville, has agreed to accept responsibil- ity for many of the administra- tive duties for the year Mary .Lou Tucker is the new "admin- Istrative assistant. . new Jennifer Nisley is the Intermediate teacher; she works With grades three through five. Ellen Wandtke is the 'unior high teacher w " j dent :- , .rkmg with stu- eight.  '" graaes six through The Marian Day School pro- ara has been integrated wit t. Theresa . h L School since 1984. ae program serves,children with mild disabilities. We work to mainstream them as much as Possible into the regular classes at St. Theresa, ex lamed dh. P " Bran- Stuckey, Robby Davidson, Eric Henderson, Jackie Hodges, Casey Rising, Kelly Joergens and Matt Settles. Corpus Christi's speech team Students from Corpus Christi School, Evansville, who received ribbons in the Oct. 12 speech meet include Andrea Hiller, Amy Backes, Amy Muensterman, Katie DeWig, Carrie Goebel, Tim Pritchett, Daniel Musick, second; Chris- tine Well, Molly Topper, third; Stephanie Ulrich, Cassie McCord, Angle Goebel, Cars Messmer, fourth; Melissa Oliver, Lacy Haller, Jacqueline Butler, Kimberly Goebel, Joseph Ul- rich, fifth. Winners in the Oct. 19 meet included Michael Feller, Katie DeWig, Carrie Goebel, first; Andrea Hailer, Lacy Hailer, Jacqueline Butler, Amy the Spell Bowl team at Holy Family School, Jasper. Members include Zach Pfis- ter, Ginger Gramelspacher, Kasie Knies, Cade Kales, An- gela Schlachter, Beth Zehr, Jenny Nicholson, Angie Giesler, Mark Johanning, Katie Birge, Carrie Birge and Jenna Henriott. SIAC Students named to Southern Indiana Athletic Conference teams include: Girls Cross Country -- Katie Barber, Cecily Jarboe, Amy King, Courtney Yamamoto, Memorial High School, Evansville; Jenny Farmer, Kristi Niemeier, Mater Dei High School, Evansville. Boys Cross County -- Jeff Fisher, Matt Krack, Mater Dei. Tennis -- Kenny Dilger, Mark Palmenter, Andy Poosuthasee, Adam Sande- fur, Jay Sheth, Memorial. country competition. She finished "I am enthusiastic Muensterman, Molly Topper, Present and future o but the ..... . Am. no,,,= Volleyball -- Molly Ribbons for Rn00_ h They students are at St. I)av o^L . Marian ";' --':;J. ."''' Sandwell, Jill Spahn, Mater _._ec.. Joseph School, Vanderburgh Ther::anol., and I believe St. [epnan,e u ir,cn, .era  . Goedde, Sarah May, Tim uel. Debra Wade, Kristen County. t._. ' Chool is enriched rltcne[t, wlmneriy e , ........... Baehl, Shay Grasso, Zach , , , "elr presence in our ... .... by p .......... Goeb 1 Girls Golf- Amy Braun, -mining. third; Zachary Elfreich, Dune cnapKer, luater te]. Fehrenbacher, Darlene Dip' Grandparents, Oa fourth; Christine Weil, Lynn pel, Kim Dosher, Jamie Please send information ,Two teachers Y Eickhoff, Rachel Scheu, krlAlt| Cutrell, Lori Appler, Sara for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Cassie McCord, Melissa ialvuli=o Hall, Joni Schwartz, Emily Mary Ann Hughes, The Mes- uon Sc _ _ at Resurrec.. Oliver, fifth. Erin Zenthoefer, a student Gries, Kasie Adcock, Haley sage, P.O. Box 4169, nool, Evansville, got mr0 the festivitie at Mater Dei High School, Grasso, Anna Ruminer, Evansville, IN 47724. The ents'I)a .... L . s of Grandpar- netl[ ItlltlJ Evansville, has won the Kiwa- Daniel Elpers and Jason deadline for copy is 9 a.m. - . J. ley invited their own AlaaagradParentS'guesterThe teachers, ,=t =,vH = nis Award for girls soccer. Kuester won ribbons in the Oct. the Friday before publica- .Green. "ha . .and Mlchele Marie Giesler is coaching 26 speech meet. tion. lngthe'u'tnellnrfshw-caool nit to t "-- "--"-'-- " " tPareats," s;a - - heir grand- Qerger  ."" o Uuy Blanken. :  0v , rmcipat. er 270 grand ar Mass I  their r .... Pents joined =- I If II 1  II aha, o "ucnlldren for 5 enter Benedictine master's degree in social work Father William Wargel' eennes, celebrating wedding uct. 19. Ill from the State University of pastor of Holy Redeemer anniversaries: Cy and Hilda "Itin.. ity New York at Buffalo. She has Church, Evansville, celebrates a . r commun worked as a program adminis- his birthday Nov. 14. NormaFraker' Bilskie,52 years; 47Tmyears;and dialogue teTh2 rd graders in Janelle and C._. __ Foe- at p rs Hin , recto- - kles classes JaSper  us Blood School, dial0,' a.a.ve started a writin- e0rdi,: mla their ar . g  "so,,. P ents, ac- va. -"' rtttman, princi- . Parents write to a Jurn . their children er Write'{and then the chil- e assi,nucK. The goals of  awarU ent are to increase writin i:aessof how im ortant enc 'anItoi " " P e rnmun. mtmte wnt- " cation between ar- "s a d child. P Debate 00tUdent Council at GOod Shepherd s president of at Good . Evansville. s vice-presi- :err is secretary, is treasurer. also include s, Sam Five women have entered the Community of the Sisters of St. Benedictine in Ferdinand as postulants. They are Briana Craddock, Trisha Engel, Jayn Lein, Macy Jo Marshall and Paula Wolff. "We are pleased to accept such a large number of women as postulants this year,  said Benedictine Sister Kathryn Huber, prioress. "They come with a sincere de- sire to seek God, and they bring a wealth of experience and tal- ent to our community." * Briana Craddock, 24, is from Thou- sand Oaks, Calif. She graduated from Califor- nia Lutheran University with a major in biology and a minor in art. She is a certified nurses' aide and home health aide. Trisha Engel, 34, has a bachelor's degree in human ser- vices from Medaille Col- lege in Buf- falo, and a MILLER & MILLER "A family name you can trust" 424-9274 trator at People, Inc., in Buffalo Father Joseph Ziliak, pas- since 1990. tor of St. John the Baptist Church, Newburgh, celebrates Jayn his birthday Nov. 20. Lein, 53, has a bachelor's degree in Deacon nursing from Marquette University in Milwaukee, and a mas- ter's in coun- seling from Memphis State Uni- versity. Her most recent position was as a psychiatric nurse at Methodist Hospital in Memphis. Mary Jo Marshall, 24, is from Lans- ing, Mich. She attended Lansing Com- munity Col- lege for two years, where she studied sign language. Paula Wolff, 31, has a bachelor's degree in ele- mentary edu- cation from the College of St. Teresa in Winona, Minn. She taught second grade for seven years in the Winona, Minn., dio- cese. anniversary Gilbert Fehrenbacher of St. Joseph Church, Vander- burgh County, was ordained a deacon Nov. 16, 1980. Pastoral Associate Sister Rose Ann Muller is the new Pastoral Associate at St. Simon Church, Washing- ton. Sister Muller has arrived from Jackson, Miss. Parish Council at St. Theresa Luan Greubel is president of the Parish Council at St. Theresa Church, Evansville. Mary Shepard is vice-presi- dent. Council members include Mary Wittgen, Ken Schenk, Dick Wolf, Tom Bartley, Rosemarie Becht, Jack Jack- son, Suzann Baehl, Pat Beaven, Dennis Welp, John Kuhlman and Bob Durfee. I-lapp, l Birthday! Msgr. Leo Conti, a priest of the Diocese of Evansville, cel- ebrates his birthday Nov. 13. Anniversaries at Sacred Heart Congratulations to couples at Sacred Heart Church, Via- Harold and Beulah Carie, 47 years; Dick and Betty Cock- rum, 50 years; Paul and Doris Preston, 44 years; George and Mary Gordon, 44 years; Joe and Doris Smith, 53 years; Bob and Joyce Shepard, 42 years. Parish Council at St. Joseph Jim Werner is the newly- elected president of the Parish Council at St. Joseph Church, Vanderburgh County. Mike Beshears is vice-president, and Margaret Angermeier is sec- retary. Anniversaries at St. Joseph Congratulations to couples at St. Joseph Church, Evans- ville, celebrating wedding an- niversaries: Bill and Rita Hud- son, 50 years; Andrew and Theresa Wahl, 41 years; Bill and Doris Hanssen, 43 years; Flo and John Kaster, 55 years. Ill 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 publica- tion.