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November 14, 1997 The Message- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 3 Janice (;ood Shepherd teacher 00honored for her 33 years of service By MARY ANN HUGHES Message staff writer Last Sunday, Good Shepherd Church, Evansville, was filled with stu- dents and their families -- and a 1,000 paper cranes  all in honor of former teacher Janice Frey. Frey served as a fifth-,rade teacher Gooct Shepherd Schoo for 33 veers. ms Would have been her last year in teacrung, but she was forced to take an earlYThisretirement.summer, d octets discov brain tumor a" - . ered a ter sue complained of Severe headaches. Surgery ablPtr  ,formed, but doctors wereta gent iLal!, ' said Benedic "ne Sister e,,,L maurer, principal. sist. he,progno. o,'l.n lsn t o ....... It's - god. ing Cancer.,,a tast-grow. r wish for Mrs. Frey, as aybolof we folded these cranes, was eir 'c ' ' p, aye lta"! for peace and heahng m her life. .rr , e O.Id ...... "zection,,, Good She dents folded pherd stu- .... 1hey W__. 1,000 paper cranes, m,= Sa G a:mSpired by the book, V3 Accordi; r ne Paper Cranes. : there is a r Japanese folklore, '-"," .. arte that is sue osed re live for a 1200- P si::sPo;i:r:e that if a th s 1,000 cra ,, gods w ,1_, " nes, o our Wishf:ugrant her wish. oSter CeiesiL'rs" Frey," said mese.:ra.,.. "' as we folded healinoT'. Was tor peace and 1-, out her life" uuririg the ,, " [er Celest,. 'mv. 9 Mass. Sis- e!ng,,o;'aU#d Frey for in her low model for all of us of teaL.  or learning, her od.a:lg, and her lovVf her st,,' uay, she Witnesses Jes,-,uents th  to 2 . e message ot Former students also shared their memories of fifth-grade life with Mrs. Frey. Jennifer Martin remem- bered the "big red car" that Mrs. Frey drove -- a car which became the meeting place for girls after school. "It was our clubhouse -- until an exhausted Mrs. Frey would come out and find a carload of girls." She remembers the admonition from her teacher, "Oh, you girls!" Martin thanked her former teacher for "always smiling and laughing." The tribute was concluded with a video presention of photos of every student Mrs. Frey taught over the past 33 years. Benedictine Sister Mary Celestin Maurer teacher Janice Frey. visits with former Good Shepherd --Message photoby MaryAnn Hughes rather Said ',L led Tempel, ,_ -er t ;-- pastor, ,u Us in a'u s an inspiration aceet)t,., the way she has she is aleer terminal illness, Sixth graders at Good Shepherd School, Evansville, carry paper -e:e in t c ample to the peovle cranes which were prepared for a special tribute to their fifth- ue Parish.', - - grade teacher, Janice Frey. The students are,from left. Alex Knies, Abby Bender, Margaret Helms, Megan Sturgeon, Josh Barnes and L auren Logel. -- Message photo by Mary Ann Hughes (in A reference book for every Catholic Father John J. Dietzen's New Question Box Catholic Life in a New Century There seems to be nothing about the faith that Father Dietzen does not treat somewhere in this compeilingly readable book. A well laid out question-and-an- swer form, with questions divided into subject categories, make this a book one can dip into or (very tempting0 read from cover to cover. L $ ! 5.95 plus tax and shipping agron-Miller Company 1231 W. Main Street, Peoria to Order call 1-800-322-8116 or in} 309-674-5t43 Fax: 309-674-8309 OUrs: MOnday. Saturday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Count on us for professional medical care, any time of the day or nighL 1314 Grand Avenue . Washington, Indiana 47501 (812) 254-2760 i4-4527 People we care about Following is a feature in the Message, designed to help draw together the People of God in southwestern Indiana. Rt:aders art" invited to submit information about people who may benefit by some extra prayers and attention. Services for Arthur Schneider, 54, were held Nov. 11 at St. Mary Church, Evansville. Schneider died Nov. 9. He was featured in a March 28 issue of the Message. The story featured Schneider's views on stewardship. Please send information for PEOPLE WE CARE ABOUT to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evans- ville, IN 47724. The e-mail address is message@evans- Subject: PEOPLE WE CARE ABOUT. The deadline for copy is 9 am. the Friday before publi- cation. The deadline for copy for the Nov. 28 issue is Nov. 19. RUXER FORD - LINCOLN - MERCURY JASPER I 482-1200