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November 18, 1994 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 Happy Birthday! Sara Ziliak, principal at H01y Cross School, Fort Branch, celebrates her blrthda Nov, 21. " Y Debate High School de- Bernardin and won second place In then novice policy dlvls the . ' " ion at Nov'rth High School debate Ribbons at St. Benedict irnesha Parker, Beth rah Gore, Abbey ldrea Jefferson, H ey, Christine annah Pitt, Ben Chelsea Ward, Ward, Amanda atie Brauchla, and Lina Ghosh place ribbons at Speech meet. They ats at St. Benedict Winners included Elizabeth e Brown, lea Perkins, lg, Jordan Emily Boyle, sec- Emily Di. Legge, Bryan Brinkmeyer, Jessica Brown, Adrienne Wuertz, Matth Lasher, Joe Pruitt, Aimee Byrley, third; Maria Amodio, Sarah Riet- man, Sarah Woehler, Dana Heerdink, Jeremy Funk, Kris McCombs, Justin Klatsky, fourth; Erin Fishburn, Linzey Hicks, Rachelle Fehribach and John Effinger, fifth. Fire wardens at WCCS Angele Echele is the first quarter winner of tile North Side Civitan Safety Patrol award; she is a student at Westside Catholic Consolidated Inter- mediate School, Evansville. Other WCCS patrol members include Callie Cartwright, Brian Dill, Ashley Mc- Cormick, Matt Neisen, Sarah Tornatta, Savannah Whicker, Aaron Barchet, Allison Bush, Matt Conkling, Natalie Dres- sel, Matt Duff, Jessica Hamil- ton, Jacob Koressel and Adam Merkel. Speech team at St. Wendel Mary Beth Effinger and An- drea Goedde, students at St. Wendel School, St. Wendel, received first place ribbons at the speech meet. Other winners included Lisa Dilger, Kim Pritchett, Amanda Herr, Joe Stephens, second; Lynn Spahn, Mindy Wargel, Stefanie Stevens, Ben Stephens, third; Angie Payton, Nichole Biggs, Jamie Spahn, Eric Gentry, fourth; Katie Will, Kevin Spahn, Ali- cia Wilderman, Zach Will, fifth. Speech awards Angie Reckelhoff, a student at St. Joseph School, Vander- burgh County, received a first place ribbon at the speech meet. Other winners included Jamie Schmitt, second; Adam Raben, third; Mandy Smith, Daniel Elpers, Jason Kuester, Sara Hall, fourth; Katie Kelley, Ethan Freeman, Julie Elpers, Jamie Cutrell, Emily Gries, fifth. Please send information for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary Ann Hughes, The Mes- sage, P.O. Box 4169, Evans- ville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication. Realizing the Dream idenbenner of recognized for aam" by the In- and Univer- Inc. He is the ae and Helena project of non-col- arents that their he opportunity to education. This Lilly Endow- first- students from teachers who them before amed Rick High ler who was s education. the Diocese tor of St. Matthew Church, Mount Vernon, celebrates his birthday Nov. 24. Parish Council at St. Celestine Sally Brosmer, Ramona Buechler, Ed Reckelhoff and Dave Schmitt are the newest members of the Parish Council at St. Celestine Church, Ce- lestine. Anniversaries at St. Joseph Congratulations to couples at St. Joseph Church, Evans- ville, celebrating wedding an- niversaries: Adam and Blondell Bauer, 49 years; Bill and Rita Hudson, 49 years; Andrew and Theresa Wahl, 40 years; Bill and Doris Hanssen, 42 years; John and Flo Kaster, 54 years. Anniversaries at Sacred Heart Congratulations to couples at Sacred Heart Church, Vin- cennes, celebrating November wedding anniversaries: Cy and Hilda Fraker, 51 years; Tom and Norma Bilskie, 46 years; Harold and Beulah Carie, 46 years; Dick and Betty Cock rum, 49 years; Paul and Doris Preston, 43 years; George and Mary Alice Gordon, 43 years; Joe and Doris Smith, 52 years; Bob and Joyce Shepard, 41 years. Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Mes- sage, P.O. Box 4169, Evans- ville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication. se support your local pro-life organizations I FINE FOOD GIFTS of CHEESE, FRUITCAKE and BOURBON FUDGE (:'1 by the Monks of the Abbey of Gethsemani. rlt_ se served at the White House - Fruitcake u #1 by Newsday (flavored with Kentucky Bourbon). (3ethesernan For a free catalo write: i Farms * Box 477 * Trappist, KY 40051 Fax: 502-549-4124 Prolpt delivery, with satisfaction guaranteed. . Available all year round. Prices include delivery (in USA). I I I Bird's eye view The new school building, above, at St. James School, St. James, is expected to be completed by December. It will contain four primary grade classrooms and a multi-pur- pose room with a kitchen area. Top spellers Members of the Spell Bowl team at Washington Catholic Middle School, Washington, placed third in the Hoosier Spell Bowl Oct. 10. Team members include, front row, left, Roger Potlanat, Mariah Litwiler, Melissa Mackey, Beth Venard, Amy Sponn, back row, left, Keith Lynch, Belinda Kellar, Sara Bradley and Fran Bradley. The team is coached by Sister Brenda Engleman and Dennis Bradley.