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......  ..... i" ' '!    !:  i! I ; , November 25, 1994 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana ,f ,# 3 T  x , '  lk=.,, --,k "'','=' ' '  ,3, :f'*,' , ...... ,-"/:* ..... I " .... i. i . " ........... ' grey Federalist home Of Ken and Martha Dilger will be featured on the "Sights and Sounds of Christmas" House Tour Dec. I I. The tour is spon. - oy nnents at Mater Dei and Memorial high schools in Evansville. -- Line drawing by Amy Housman House tour is scheduled for December 11 Ken and Martha Dilger, sits on six acres on Evansville's east side It is located at 6100 New- burgh Road. Also on the December tour are the homes off Dale and Kathryn Perdue, 10 Lincolnwood. Carolyn Cannon, 2166 East Powell. ge staI writer grey Federalist home, a :he 1930s .... built , wll be one of six 0t es featured on t " tn,[ SOUnds , ,I he Sights se ^. -'" nristma" ll.. -ur Dec. 11 in Evans- - ,on, Which is owned lJy MILLER & MILLER ST" BERNARD (IESON COUNTY FUnded 1877 Pastor Rev. Francis Bauer Deacon StePhen Hall, Jr. Total Families: 77 TOtal Parishioners: 253 ",4 family name you can trust" 424-9274 Jack and Betty Linden- berger, 7836 East Cherry. Robert and Nancy Spear, 6600 Newburgh Road. William and Marge Bas- den, 5335 Nunning Court. The tour will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets are $7 if purchased before the day of the tour and $8 the day of the tour. They may be purchased at Weinbach Pharmacy, Mater Dei and Memorial high schools, at the Donut Banks, and at Buehler's Buy Low Stores. The house tour is spon- sored by the parents at both Mater Dei and Memorial. Message C00loring Contest is open to K-4 students throughout diocese By MARY ANN HUGHES Message staff writer Students throughout the Diocese, in Catholic schools Celebrating the 50th Anniversary with the Catholic Diocese of Evansville and religious education pro- . grams, are invited to enter the annual Message Coloring Contest. The contest is open to students in grades kinder- garten through four. The entry form for the con- test can be found on page twelve of this week's Message. Entries are due back in the Message office by December 14 and contest winners will be announced in the December 23 issue of the Message. This year's design was pro- vided by Amy Housman, execu- tive assistant at the Message, and a 1988 graduate of Memor- ial High School, Evansville. Four prizes will 'be awaTded - ': in each of five categories: Kindergarten, Grade One, Grade Tw% Grade Three and Grade Four. The first prize in each category will be a large pizza from Chuck E. Cheese. Second prize: an ice cream cake from Lic's Ice Cream and Sandwich Shoppes. Third prize: a one-pound assorted chocolates from Stephen Libs Finer Chocolates. The Grand Prize will be a $15 gift certifi- cate from G.D. Ritzy's. Fifth annual Big Bingo nets record $32,434 for schools By MARY ANN HUGHES Message staff writer The fifth annual Big Bingo has netted $32,424.12 for Memorial and Mater Dei high schools in Evansville, accord- ing to Glenda Ossenberg, di- rector of development for the Evansville Catholic Inter- parochial High School Board. There were 103 corporate and individual tables at the bingo, which was attended by 950. Ossenberg said changes are proposed for Big Bingo 1995 "because of several difficulties created by poor management and cooperation by Green Con- vention Center Staff." These changes include Serving a full dinner, to make sure every patron is fed in a timely fashion. * The Big Bingo committee will check all arrangements, including sound, lights and set-up, well before the event begins. The 1995 date will be moved back one week to ac commodate more patrons. " Ossenberg offered her thanks "to all who attended and to the bingo committee, Mater Dei and Memorial alumni, parishes, schools, busi- nesses and all our volunteers who worked and supported this event." Next year's Big Bingo is scheduled for Nov. 12 at Green Convention Center in Evansville. THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. Tell City, IN Proud to be the printer for The Message