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1996 The Message- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 ool Notebook F. Klein presents himself as Abraham Lin- ly Redeemer School, Evansville. t0m Lincoln e Warp in the School, and the jeans the 1990's, d the sitor Was actor as portray- His per- trayal was helped by his lanky six-foot-three-inch frame and his beard, as well as his long frock- coat, black bowtie and stovepipe hat. During his presentation, Klein used the jargon of a nineteenth century Kentuckian, and he talked about his experience as a child growing up in Indiana. Klein, a student of Lincoln, says he tries to give his audience "an expression of Lincoln's actual thoughts, humor or sentiments on the subject at hand." His objective is to draw his audience "into the illusion that they are actually listening to Lin- coln speaking to an 1860's crowd. At the same time, I try to bring Lincoln's words to bear upon the present." War on hunger The Student Council at Resur- rection School, Evansville, has declared a "War on hunger." They began the battle on Nov. 18 with a food drive, which was concluded Nov. 22. Each class was given a box for canned food items, which were donated to the parish St. Vincent de Paul Society. Student Council Emily Gries, Roxie Frank, Patrick Fehrenbacher, Katie Frank, Alex Will, Chelsea Arnold, Christopher DeWitt, Drew Will and Jerad Eickhoff are serving as representatives on the Student Council this Novem- ber. They represent grades kinder- garten through eight at St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County. Guardian Angels Second graders at Holy Fami- ly School, Jasper, celebrate the feast of their Guardian Angels by being paired with eighth graders. Students from both grades sat together in Mass, and received a special blessing from Father John Boeglin, pastor. Optimist Youth Jay Cartwright, Jessica Free- man, Ann Weber, Erin Mills, und the Diocese Garden of Eatin' The second graders at Holy Family School, Jasper, enjoy a study trip to the Garden of Eatin' in October. After surviving the straw maze, they explored the pumpkin patch. The students learned about pollina- tion and hybrids. , , ,' Kristy Niemeier, Nicole Hem- mer, Alex Zenthoefer, Colleen Corcoran, Kevin Baehl and Tom Traylor, students at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, have been chosen to attend the Optimist Youth on Business Day. Calendar art Jill Kays, a student at St. James School, St. James, will have her artwork featured in 32,000 calendars which will be distributed by Lie's Ice Cream, Inc., Evansville. Representative00,::-:- Meg Liffick. a student at Mater Dei High School, Evans- ville, will be a representative at the Indiana Donors Alliance Con- ference on Positive Youth Devel- opment on Dec. 5. She was selected by the Youth Resources of Southwestern Indi- ana. Happy Birthday! Kathleen Sergesketter, prin- cipal at Holy Redeemer School, Evansville, celebrates her birth- day Dec. 2. Please send information for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansvllte!/N 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication, FOur Locations Eagle Scout Keith Wildeman has received the rank of Eagle Scout. He is the son of Tom and Carla Wilde- man, and a member of St. Philip Church, St. Philip. His Eagle Scout project involved designing and landscaping the St. Philip Conservation Club. He is a member of Boy Scout Troop 397. Happy Birthday! Father John Finis, a retired priest of the Diocese of Evans- ville, celebrates his birthday Dec. 4. He resides at R.R. 2, Box T42, Taswell IN 47175. Father Stephen Lintzenich, pastor of St. Mary Church, Evansville, celebrates his birth- day Dec. 7. EAST CHAPEL 800 S. HEBRON AVENUE Msgr. Michael Wolff pastor of Holy Trinity Pro-Cathedral, Evansville, celebrates his birth- day Dec. 8. Stephen Ministers Diana Brandes, Kay Fleck, Judy Freyberger, Steve Howard, Martha Howard, Tim Kempf, Judi Kunz, Karen Matheis, Car- ole McDaniel, David McDaniel, Carol Nowotarski, Elaine Prech- tel, Mark Prechtel and Gone Reeker are trainees in the Stephen Ministry pro,n'am at Holy Family Church, Jasper. St. Ann's Society Cecelia Stetter is president of the St. Ann's Society at Sacred Heart Church, Schnellville. Becky Englert is vice-presi- dent; Marie Betz is treasurer, and Mary Jane Fischer is sec- retary. Anniversaries at St. Theresa CongTatulations to couples at St. Theresa Church, Evansville, celebrating wedding anniversaries: Christine and John LaRoy, 51 years; Betty and Jack Bridges, 45 years; Audry and Mary Lou Titzer, 48 years; Margie and Ted Hoesli, 47 years; Richard and Therese Herr, 42 years; Carl and Opal Volz, 49 years; Flo- rence and Robe Hargrave, 52 ),ears; Dorothy and Jim Simon, 54 years; Blanche and Bob Volz, 50 years. 40 years Congratulations to Joseph and Audrey Butler, members at St. Mar)' Church, Washington, who celebrated their fortieth wed- ding anniversary Nov. 19. 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.