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November 21, 1997 The Message --for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 hausen demonstrates the Marian Today" overnighter, held at St. Joseph Church, g the "Mary Yesterday m Me Jasper. Mary Yesterday ,,we had a wonderful time," "We made our own rosaries, in .I " Me Today TWenty six seventh and eighth graders rec "Mar, - en.tIy attended the J esterctay  M " 0Verni.Lt . e Today Sit er, held in the parish cen- ter at St. Joseph Churc accordinc, to" "- - h, Jasper, _ .o narb Gehlhausen a meraber of the diocesan Catholic C_ . Girl Scout umtItlttee. Gehlhausen said. "The day started on Saturday noon with a tour of Uebelhor Ridge (Rosary Farm) fol- lowed by Mass at St. Joseph's parish. "We enjoyed pizza, a speaker on eating disorders, a Marian Award demonstration, two speakers on suicide, a candlelight ceremony, and valuable information on bible readings and the rosary. addition to receiving a finger rosary." Gehlhausen chaired the overnight with the help of Jane Durcholz, Julie Schutz and Becky Epperson. Happy Birthdayl Father Joseph Swartz, pastor of St. Matthew Church, Mount Ver- non, celebrates his birthday Nov. 24. Parish Council at St. John David Payne is president of the Parish Council at St. John the Apos- tle Church, Evansville. Wilma Johnson is vice-president and Sherris Johnson is secretary. Donald Suggs is finance commit- tee chairperson. Rodney Crabel and Keshay Brummell are youth representatives. James Ashby, Betty Sneed, Harold Jackson and Anne Wagner are also Parish Council members. Anniversaries at Holy Family Congratulations to couples at Holy Family Church, Jasper, who are celebrating wedding anniver- saries: Richard and Carol Knies, 43 years; Victor and Dolores Eckert, 51 years; Lloyd and Cornelia Stem- le, 64 years; Othmar and Agnes Jahn, 47 years; Remus and Eileen Schuler, 51 years; Robert and Ber- nice Giesler, 58 years; Richard and Eugenia Jahn, 52 years; Kenneth and Verna Lee Moeller, 45 years; Sylvester and Irene Giesler, 49 years; Leo and Anita Fischer, 60 years; Edmund and Mary Ann Uebelhor, 51 years. Annual Mass A Mass and Memorial Service was held Nov. 17 at St. Mary Church, Washington, in honor of Washington-area K of C members who have died this past year. They include Clyde Arthur, Ray Burris, Albert Dayton, Earl Fields, Charles Hughes, Gerald Mangin, Charles Smith and Russell Smith. Anniversaries at Nativity Congratulations to couples at Nativity Church, Evansville, who are celebrating November wedding anniversaries: Glen and Jeanine Grant, 46 years; Jerry and Betty Neese, 51 years; Alex and June Scheller, 51 years. Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The e-mail address is Subject: Around the Diocese. 'Candy bar surprise Corpus Christi fourth Oliver wanted to Wilderman up with a them. She to a poster ]VS. following letter: to New York on a 5th Spree. On Pay Day Every will go to the Nerds. is so Snickers, you ) on Almond loy. or you'll be a big LAUREN OLIVER AND HER CANDY BARS Buttefinger. Rally together your Watchamacallit (students) aren't they just Sweet Tarts. Sincerely, Mr. Goodbar Substitute Eadye Simpson is the new sub- stitute teacher for fourth graders at Christ the King School, Evansville. She is taking the place of Chris Sharer who is on family medical leave following the birth of her son. Christian attitude Students at St. Joseph School, Princeton, are being rewarded for their atittudes  their Christian attitudes. Patricia Endicott, principal, bxplained that ard:al'e given to students who show a Christian atti- tude. Students who receive cards are eligible for "something extra" at the end of each month. In Septem- ber, they received a snack; in Octo- ber, they received popcorn. "All who are able to receive the award at least seven times during the school year will be invited to a special party at the end of the school year." Long-range planning Thirty-one parents, teachers and parishioners at St. Benedict School, Evansville, met recently to estab- lish short-term (one-to-two-year) and long-term (three-to-five-year) goals. Among the short-term goals are the following: Upgrading the physical plant, including windows and air-condi- tioning in the new school, bath- rooms in the old school, and library. Curriculum expansion, includ- ing foreign language and pratical arts. Establishing a full stewardship par00. The group also established sev- eral long-term goals including comprehensive child care from infancy to grade eight. Pittman, principal. The team is composed of fifth graders who take "leadership roles in implementing school spirit activ- ities." During October, the Spirit Team held ice cream sales for the stu- dents. Proceeds from the sales ben- efit the school's technology fund. Spellbowi Mater Dei High School's Spell Bowl team finished fourth in divi- sion two competition at North Posey. Team members include Brad Angermeier, Jennifer Barnes, Katie Faraone, Jenny Harris, John Kiefer, Michael Lahr Teresa Lutz, Sam Stephens, Christi Ulrich and Dan Werner. and Derek McCain is treasurer. Fran Bradley is president of the sophomore class. Kevin Allison is vice-president, Audrey Craney is, secretary, and Scoff Gillum is trea- surer. Elizabeth Wichman is president of the freshman class. Brady Haag is vice-president, Jill Carie is secre- tary, and Ross Watkins is treasur- er. Red Ribbon Kaiflyn Willis, Leslie Powell, Tiffany Britton, Tony York, Ben Griggs, Justin Kormelink, Jennifer Higgins, Christopher Tuley and Samantha Shipman are winners of the Red Ribbon Week poster con- test held at Holy Spirit School, Evansville. Food drive Students at St. Theresa School, Evansville, recenHy held a food drive. They collected 2,074 items for the St. Vincent de Paul food bank. Parishioners also donated $900 in cash. Proceeds from the October Sunday dinner, totalling $2,906, were also donated to the food bank. Class Officers at WCHS Andrea Baumert is president of the senior class at Washington Catholic High School, Washing- ton. Andrew Dayton is vice-presi- dent, Nikki Davis is secretary, and Emily Durnil is treasurer. Youth Day Lora Stephens, Teresa Lutz, Natalie Emge. Robert Mallory, Jeremy Herrman, Daniel Werneg, John Verkamp, Sam Stephens, Julie, Moll and Jason McCord par- ticipated in Evansville Youth Days, sponsored by the Optimist Clubs of Evansville. Jason McCord and Natalie Erase were chosen "Youth for a Day." They are students at Mater Dei High School, EvamvUle. Please ,end information for -4,-Wde Funeral Home Spirit Team at SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary Ann Hughes, The Messa p.O. 119 S. Vine Street, Haubstadt, IN Precious Blood Box 4169,  IN4772 The ' 768-5210 A Spirit Team has been organized Sara Bradley is president of the e-mall address is mesuge@evans- O'rt J. "oJ._, Call about We-need counseling.. . for fifth graders at Precious Blood junior class, Keith Lynch is vice- Subject: Around the Die, - Alan J. Wade School, Jasper, according t? 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