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7 Wee Deliver in Haubstadt  pe.ter and Paul School. stadt, is one of hundreds chools throughout the United .tes P articipatin in t " Iver" r, g he Wee IT,, us a% sponsored b. v.. -Post Service to hel; mote literac )la ;y_ Lattner, principal at 'eter and Paul sa ""' :iver a" ,. ys, Wee -ows elemen 01 Stud tary re-- ents to use the ex e- "' ok exchanging lett:s through the In-School Postal Service to supplement their Lan- guage Arts lessons. At the same time, it gives them a glimpse of the responsibilities and chal- lenges they will face in the work force." The school's student post of- fice, set up with the help of fourth grade teachers, Angle Johnson and Mary Alice Mc- Donald, functions like an actual post office. There is a postmas- ter, letter carriers and clerks. Hallways and classrooms have street names, addresses and zip Vankenship makes her mail deliveries dur- ee Deliver" program at Sts. Peter and the Diocese Shed ebrates thdav hup lra is R. Shed, re- ' ishop ol Ville, ce  ;he Diocese of )ec. 4.  rates his birth- cennes, celebrating November wedding anniversaries: Cy and Hilda Fraker, 50 years; Tom and Norma Bilskie, 45 years; Harold and Beulah Curie, 45 years; Dick and Betty Cock- rum, 48 years; Paul and Wilma Preston, 42 years; George and Mary Alice Gor- don, 42 years; Joe and Doris Smith, 51 years; Bob and 00PYBi doyce Shephard,Norma 40 years; I --- ,hdavw John and McGowan, ,r. Jae s Hil  53 years. a retire  . l of Evans. ut ],,_ d priest of th " irt "ariSVill . e Dm- "'"ay ]3 ", celet)rates Governor's th ec. 2. ;'el t an Finis of conference 4. " Celebr tes his birthday Representatives of St. Mein- rad's Cooperative Action for .vero.;_ Community Development at- It  Q[|S tended the Governor's Voluntary } Action Program Conference in c, 00red Hea00 Indianapolis. e :atulati_ ' Tom Jelneck, CACD" vice- q it ,,us to cou 1 nt said "We are anxious cart  pes at preside , " , Ureh, Vin- about becoming involved with  pl"fe 0rgalizatl09s: (i LOW CHOICE een'x COST AuTO INSURANCE e.y c'Uent Agent ' g u,_ "mpanies to choose from ""ars Of e- xperience Washington Auto Trim 27 Years Service codes; after students write let- ters, the mail is collected, sorted and delivered. "We think 'Wee Deliver' is a very useful learning tool for our students," said Lattner. "With the help of all teachers, our stu- dent post office gives the chil- dren a chance to practice and improve on a variety of skills, enhance their self-image, and promote school spirit." WCHS Students of the Quarter Amy Hoefling, Abby Durnil, Jessica Decker, Shaun Sulli- van, Cassie Daily, Tracy Ochs, Brian Mullen, Melea Kluemper, Todd Fuhs, Nate Bowling, Mark Brothers, Adam Carrico, Mandy ttauser, Steven Neeley, Chrystal Ricke, Mike Strange, Jill Wagner, Rachael Wilson, Rebecca Ausborn, Julie Dayton, Brandi Stallman, Christina Williams, Craig McLin, Jeff Sponn and Janara Scott. Realizing the Dream Marilyn Malone, an instruc- tor at Marian Heights Acad- emy, Ferdinand, has received a professional development grant from the Independent Colleges of Indiana and Lilly Endowment as a result of a former student re- ceiving Lilly Endowment's "Real- izing the Dream" recognition. Malone received the $500 grant for being the teacher who was most influential in Amanda Weppler's decision to attend college. Weppler, a for- mer academy student, was named St. Mary College's "Real- izing the Dream" recipient. The "Realizing the Dream" program recognizes the freshman year achievements of first-generation college students. When Weppler was a student at the academy, she had Malone as an instructor for her junior and senior speech class. "I loved learning and to me learning should be fun," Malone said. "I tried to give her the love of knowledge." Special readers Beth Clodfelter, Christina O'Neal, Patrease Woodside, Nicole Droste, Benny Faraone, Michelle Langton, Alissa Orth and Jacob Weis are readers for all-school Masses at St. James School, St. James, Why l Am Thankful Students in Martha Corn's fifth grade class at Washing 'on Catholic Elementary School, Washington, wrote essays ti- tled "Why I Am Thankful" in preparation for Thanksgiving. Here is a sample: I'm thankful for my parents because they keep food on the table, and a roof over my heat/, and they love me. I'm thankful for my life because it keeps me living. Brandon Smith I ant thankful for the earth and the people who live on it. I am thankful for shelter and clothing. I am also thankful for my parents and all of my rela- tives. And I am thankful that there aren't any guns in our school. Graham Kendall I am thankful for the birds, trees, plants, cats, dogs and all nature. I am thankful for my morn, dad, grandparents, aunts, uncles and all my family and friends. I am thankful for my house, this world, food and all life. Jessiea O'Brian I am thankful [or my family, food, water, clothes, shelter, for my school, my friends and espe- cially for you, Lord, and other things too. Lindsay Mattingly 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. I the state of Indiana to improve our service and to better assist the tri-county community of Spencer, Dubois and Perry." Anniversaries at St. Theresa Congratulations to couples at St. Theresa Church, Evans- ville, celebrating wedding an- niversaries: Ted and Margie Hoesli, 44 years; Carl and Opal Volz, 46 years; Bob and Florence Hargrave, 49 years; Jim and Dorothy Simon, 51 years. Presentation Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The dowment is given on a yearly basis to the three Message, P.O. Box 4169, Washington Catholicschools. Evansville, IN 47724. The I deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication. Bruce Smith, a member of the Catholic Education Endow. ment, presents a check for $30,293.75 to Fonda Joyce, su- perintendent of the Washington Catholic schools. The en- . 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