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5, 1996 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 ool Notebook for parents his November newsletter, Lee at St. Bernard included Commands for to focus on provide our ng people and what life-long can be learned through In sports." participa- list of the Parents: jerk in front of Sports are fun children in an to the importance serious our par- Sports, the less fun it r us and the kids. E not play pro- njoy what they your own fan- p!aymg.These perform endeavor has noth- Our self-esteem. are still col- s just a bunch in different alone. The Umpires or ref- been had by both you and your child. 11. Some kids like sports, some don't. Some kids are good at sports, some aren't. Every child is a unique gift from God. We never want to define a kid's worth by the level of skill on a playing field. Happy Birthday! Benedictine Sister Mary Celestin Maurer, principal at Good Shepherd School, Evans- ville, celebrates her birthday Nov. 19. Sara Ziliak, principal at Holy Cross School, Fort Branch, cel- ebrates her birthday Nov. 21. Watch too many on television No coach children in Class officers in Washington Amy Hoefling is president of the senior class at Washington Catholic High School, Wash- ington. Mandy Hauser is vice-presi- dent; Abby Durnil is secretary, and Crystal Ricke is treasurer. Andrea Baumert is president of the junior class. Sandy Halter is vice-president; Nikki Davis is secretary, and Emily Durnil is treasurer. Adam Cox is president of the sophomore class. Keith Lynch is vice-president; Jessica Lents is secretary, and Casey Olsen is treasurer. Fran Bradley is president of the freshman class. Kevin Alli- son is vice-president; Scott Gillum is secretary, and Ashley Norris is treasurer. haviog;;00 Grandparents Day Over 200 grandparents joined SOmething studbnts at Precious Blood say it. School, Jasper, for Grandpar- to have fun ents' Day in October, according to a game  win or Ron Pittman, principal. should have The day included Mass, cele- DIS COUNTY BANK MEMBER OLD NATIONAL BANCORP Member FDIC STAR SERVICE BANK RETAIL SONS a99, INC. 2O Your RED WING HEADQUARTERS RANEY'S SHOE STORE 320 E. Main - Washington FAMILV Please Support Message Advertisers ry Street Pharmacy Ave. , Prop. PAUL'S PHARMACY Paul Mayer, Owner 2345 W. Franklin St. 425-4364 Plaza Pharmacy Newburgh Plaza Shopping Center Fast Prescription Service Ken and Rebecca Hacker 853-7141 brated by Father Ken Steckler, classroom visits, and a music pro- gram. PTG at Holy Family Jeanne Heltzel is president of the Parent Teacher Group at Holy Family School, Jasper. Rene Kreilein is vice-presi- dent, Jane Seibert is secretary, and Rosie Woolsey is treasurer. Student Council at WCCS Carrie Krack is president of the Student Council at Westside Catholic Consolidated Junior High School, Evansville. Adam Craig is vice-president, and Katie Mull is secretar): Spell Bowl Members of Mater Dei's Spell Bowl placed second in class III competition of the twelfth annual Hoosier Area Spell Bowl. Team members include Dena Beyerstedt, Jay Cartwright, Colleen Corcoran, Niki Hem- mer, Anna Hoang, Krista Wein- zapfel, Teresa Lutz, Lora Stephens, Sam Stephens and Christie Ulrich. Indoor games The Interested Parents and Teachers (IPT) organization at Precious Blood School, Jasper, has donated $100 worth of indoor games to each classroom. Please send information for 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. Pioneer Da Wiil MeConnelL Michael Bateman, take up residence in a Kiesel for Pioneer ! zl Joseph SehL, it .... ...... : ;:!! KEITH FRITZ Realizing the Dream Keith Fritz, a sophomore at St. Meinrad College, has been honored in a state-wide program as an outstanding first generation illl i i jjjJp', Piano Arts Stud  Sarah W. Bess. B.M., M.A.  FREE FIRST LESSON All ages: Pla)' with ph,a.mtv t201 $. BennKJhOf Evansville, IN 47714 (812) 477-2233 college student. The program "Realizing the Dream," is sponsored by Lilly Endowment, Inc. Fritz is a philosophy "and Eng- lish major studying for the priest- hood for the Diocese of Evansville. He is the son of Bob and Theresa Fritz of Siberia. Happy Birthday! Father Joseph Ziliak, pastor of St. John the Baptist Church, Newburgh, celebrates his birth- day Nov. 20. Father Joseph Swartz, pas- tor of St. Matthew Church, Mount Vernon, celebrates his birthday Nov. 24. Anniversaries at Holy Family Congratulations to couples at Holy Family Church, Jasper, celebrating wedding anniversaries: Arnold and Esther Giesler, 48 years; Ralph and Clarissa Gehihausen, 49 years; Alois and Elfrieda Lueken, 43 years; Edgar and Anna Mae Schlachter, 49 years; Cyril and Lilan Block, 49 years; Victor and Monica Knies, 45 years; Richard and Helen Hochge. sang, 49 years; Leonard and Julia Eversman, 48 years: Ernest and Irene Werne, 46 42 years; Victor and Delores Eckert, 50 years; Lloyd and Cor- nelia Stemle, 63 years; Othmar and Agnes Jahn, 46 years; Robert and Bernice Giesler, 57 years; Remus and Eileen Schuler, 50 years; Richard and Eugenia Jahn, 51 years; Ken- neth and Verna Lee Moeller, 44 years; Sylvester and Irene Giesler, 48 years; Leo and Anita Fischer, 59 years; Edmund and Mary Ann Uebelhor, 50 years. Cemetery Board Charlie Vonderheide, John Schnell, Alice Lueken, Paul Steinmetz and Father Firmus Dick, pastor, are members of the Cemetery Board Committee at Sacred Heart Church, Schnel. Iville, Commission Phil Dosher is president of the Faith Formation/Education Corn. mission at St. Joseph Church, Vanderburgh County. Joyce Lewis is vice-president, and Cathy Crowdus is secretar): ./years; Richard and Carol Knies, before publication. Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Huehes, The Mes- sage, P.O. Bo,. 4169, Evans- ville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday