Newspaper Archive of
The Message
Evansville, Indiana
November 13, 1992     The Message
PAGE 7     (7 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 7     (7 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
November 13, 1992
 

Newspaper Archive of The Message produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




Z November 13, 1992 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana III 7 Illl I St. John the Baptist Church, Newburgh, celebrates his birth- day Nov. 20. Evansville. Rita Kautzman is vice-president and Cathy Os- borne is secretary. Gilbert Fehrenbacher of St. Joseph Church, Vanderburgh County, was ordained a deacon Nov. 16, 1980. Deacon anniversary Assumption Auxiliary 149 officers Parish committees at St. Theresa FATHER MULLEN Sharon Ford has been elected Father Mullen president of tile parish council at Mary Wittgen is vice-president, amed Oct. 10 Dennis WelD, John LaRoy, Joe M.F. other William Gerard Ream and Steve Piper are mem- h'...,un, O.M.V., was ordained a bers of the newly-formed parish euest into the Oblates of the Vir- finance council. gllne IVIry on Oct. -lo at St. Lynn Ubelhor, Jack Jackson ment Eucharistic Shrine m and Rosemarie Becht arc St. Boston, Mass. Theresa's representatives to the MH, Is the son of Mary {Toy] Diocesan Synod Task Force. r_ uuen, formerly of St. Patrick aurch, Coming and Bernard :de n, formerly' of St. Martin H. Redeemer's -'", wrfitfield. parish coundl lt appy Birthday ! Earl Wells is the newly-elected r allaer Joseph Ziliak, pas"V'tor of president of the parisil council at Holy Redeemer Church, New officers of the Assump- tion Auxiliary 149 of the Sixth District Knights of St. John in- clude: Clara Wildt, president; Edwina Lamb, past president; Anna Eble, first vice-president; Germaine Stephan, second vice- president; Emma Matz, record- ins secretary; Mary TenBarge, fi- nancial secretary; Helen Weber, treasurer; Valada Well, messen- ger; Anne Seavers, sentinel; Louise Belatozer, guard; Esther Wahl, Dolores Belcher, trustees, and Valada Weft, district dele- gate. Pre-Cana Darrell and Shelley Deem, Bruce and lan Beesely, Mike and Molly Mitchell, Suzanne and Mitch Wehh and Jerry and Shannon Lee recently gave their time for the Pre-Cana Sunday in Washington. Back on staff Sister Renee Cunningham of the Little Company of Mary, which owns and operates Memo- rial Hospital and Health Care Center, Jasper, has rejoined the hospital as staff nurse for Hos- pice. St. Rita Auxiliary officers Cotilda Kozlowski has been elected president of the St. Rita Auxiliary 228 of the Sixth Dis- trict Knights of St. John. Bette Froehle is past president. Marirose Pierre is first vice-pres- ident; Myrtle Mattingly is sec- ond vice-president. Anna Lee Mattingly is recording secretary and Edna Reisinger is financial secretary. Harriett Rheinlander is treasurer and Dorothy Fischer is messenger. Giovanni Singer is sentinel and Leonilda Koressel is guard. Julia Stratman, Frances Craig and Mildred Will are trustees. Patricia Sammet will serve as the delegate to district meetings and Patricia Stinson is the group's pianist. Anniversaries at St. Theresa Congratulations to couples at St. Theresa Church, Evansville, celebrating wedding anniver- saries: Ted and Margie Hoesli, 43 years; Bill and Dorothy Sher- wood, 50 years; Jack and Betty Bridges, 41 years; Audry and Mary Lou Titzer, 44 years: Earl and Frankie Boutwell, 48 years. Task Force at St. Joseph's Father Dick Wildeman, Mike Beshears and Mary Ann Kiaus- meier are members of the Parish Synod Task Force at St. Joseph Church, Vanderburgh County. Joe Crowdus and Martha Baehl are Parish Synod delegates and Butch Feuiner and |Mane Weber are alternates. Please send information for AROUND TIlE 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[' Education Board Cross Country o ed. eemere at ater Dei mi(unkel is resident of tt d lcation Boar , 1., vo The Girls Cross Country team 'male- o-  ....... : ,,- at Mater Dei High School, h ." oChool, Evansville. Evansville, finished ninth at 'u10thy Wilderman is vice- res- semi-state competition in Bed- ,uelt and Be P tar]. tsy Becker is secre- ford. Team members include Ellen Berendes, 16th, Theresa -, Garrand, 47th, Sarah Hartweck, Happy Birthday! 52nd, Angle Knapp, 83rd, Rachel Moll, 98th, Mindy Mar- Sister Mary Celestl O.S.R .... "n Mauer, tin, ll5th, and Nichole Pick, hera-  p rlnmpal at Good She - ll8th. brai;saLCll, el, Evansville, celPe - _ her birthdav Nov 19 rf are Ziliak, princi ) ' "' "ross c .... | al at Holy /%1 o . L o;noo,, Fort Bra '' t,nemlstry orat. L_ . . nch, (.ele e -er birthday Nov. 21. lh0's Who Stephanie Groene gra .... rt, a hrst $chdo,te..acner at St. Benedict eltld', ' Vansville, has been in- - u in the second edition of Whos Who Amo g-Americas Teachers 1992. n Mathcounts at St. Wendel Anlanda Herr, D Jaraie D__ . errick Paul, cia :?Xmg, Kevin Soahn, Ali- Gre" u,erm. an, Chris'Beckerle, RocketrY,n) ltt, Sam Stephens, raall, Inapp, lonelle Riet- ' - umca Schneider A aPahn .a , . . " , ngela Parlicioa't'i lrlsha Wallace-are Pro-r P ng in the Mathcnunts St. Wendel.S am at St. Wendel School, Officers at Marian competition Three Memorial Hig h School stt|dents competed in a chem- istry competition at Western Kentucky University Oct. 25. Matt Oak received first place overall anti received S100. Todd Becker received second place overall and received 550. Jason Chambliss received honorable mention, a top-lO award. Memoriars spell bowl team Members of the spell bowl team at Memorial High SchooL, Evansville, placed second in Class 2 in competition at North Posey High School Oct. 20. Team members include: Debra Jones, Todd Becker, Matthew Oak, Marilyn Schroering, Jesse Redman, Jeanne Cabanilla, Eileen Pastern, Brian Nimnicht, Heights Jay Sheth and Sandy Hall. Ryan Andrea Dic e!ected t - kson has been Mills, Lori Culver, Dava Roth, Class rat'surer el the freshman Brian Oberst, Steven Akins and Aca-'daug?oy rt MarianFerdinand, She iHeisgh Kim Schiavone were alternates. b' ,= at Alexandra Coles c..l- n of St Anthon . Please send information for iiiihnSiii!i SCHOOL NOTEBOOK 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. Lendmg a ha d :::: : Students at St. Maew , Mount Vernon, ttl I i and SiS7 for vim of carry boxes of clothtn8 which will be distuted ! N'AUB ............. T STAD ELECTRIC  Bon, Inspired t, Comlwciat and TONY NAT._ARO P.O. Bo i i u ii i ju ii "Funeral Pre-Planning Since 1940" .Miller & Miller 424-9274 i i i ii ii ii i[J ii SINCE 1888 Schum Monuments, Inc. DALE, INDIANA 937-4921 I Ill[ I[I II II I rl IllJl i !