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mber 2, 1994 The Message --for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 SISTER MARY ROGERS Chaplain Regina of Charity Sister has been named [=!AAA---- IVltJVVV Chaplain of the 128-bed Regina Continuing Care Center in Evansville. A Daughter of Charity since 1957, she most recently served as Resident Chaplain at St. Luke's Medical Center in Mil- waukee, Wis. She has a bachelor's degree from Marillac College in St. Louis, and a master of religious education degree from St. Thomas University in Houston, Texas. She completed her clini- cal pastoral education at St. Luke's Medical Center. Happy Birthday! Father Stephen Lintzenich, pastor of St. Mary Church, Evansville, celebrates his birth- day Dec. 7. Msgr. Michael Wolf, pastor of Holy Trinity Pro-Cathe- dral, Evansville, celebrates his birthday Dec. 8. Father Firmus Dick, pastor of Sacred Heart Church, Schnellville, celebrates his birthday Dec. 9. Deacon anniversary Thomas Lambert of St. Clement Church,'Boonville, was ordained a deacon Dec. 12, 1992. 67 years Congratulations to Henry and Pauline Will, members of Good Shepherd Church, Evansville, who celebrated their sixty-seventh wedding an- niversary Nov. 23. New post Bain Farris has taken a post with the Associated Group, Indi- ana's largest health insurance .... i firm. The Washington native had served as president of St. Vin- cent's Hospital in Indianapolis. He is a graduate of Washing- ton Catholic High School, Washington. .... :!!i  i  .: a new janitor at Good Shep- herd Church, Evansville. Anniversaries at St. Joseph Congratulations to couples at St. Joseph Church, Evans- ville, celebrating wedding an- niversaries: Kenneth and Katie Loehr, 51 years; Marc and Mary Sebastian, 46 years; Frank and Joann Daywalt, 45 years; Alvin and Margaret Krack, 47 years; Bob and Rosemary Yabroudy, 42 years; Leo and Elverna GiIles, 47 years; Forest and Betty Mar- chal, 44 years. Staffing Tim Nalin has been hired as Xavier's Rangers Xavier University's ROTC Battalion Ranger Team placed first in regional competition at Fort Knox, Kentucky. Team members include Pete Kremzar of Evansville. Anniversaries in Ireland Congratulations to couples at St. Mary Church, Ireland, cel- ebrating wedding anniversaries: Albert and Alberta Renner, 56 years; Wilfred and Betty Lechner, 41 years. Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. v if?if: ' i I on handicaps dictine Sister Brenda Engleman's class Catholic Middle School, Washington, re- on Understanding the handicapped. They Keller and watched the movie The Mira- . 'OOve, Shawn Jones signs to Audra Gray. Coacll of football coach at tligh School, been named by the Club. named to earn include Koester, Jeff McDur. .lz. Matt ter. Y Gelarden ble men- was named also the Men- ington Catholic High School raised a total of $2,050. Freshman students averaged $32.34 per student and sopho- mores averaged $9.04 per stu- dent. Juniors averaged $7.71 per student and seniors averaged $39.66 per student. The freshmen raised $1,035 and the seniors raised $595. Sharing center stage Cory Haibig, a fifth grader at Christ the King School, Evansville, recently shared cen- ter stage with the Evansville Philharmonic. During one of Top honors Eric Henderson has been chosen as the best Safety Patrol member for the first nine weeks of school; he received a gift cer- tificate from the North Evans- ville Civitan Club. He is a student at Good Shepherd School, Evansville. Sports awards in Washington Awards presented at the fall sports banquet at Washington Catholic High School, Wash- ington, include Boys soccer: Mark Brothers, Billy Nolley, mental attitude; Matt Wichman, Eric Abel, coaches' awards; Clint Under- hill, most improved. Girls soccer: Brooke Stros- nider, Beth Larkin, coaches' award; Melissa Thomas, most improved; Holly Strosnider, Jill Wagner, mental attitude. Volleyball: Julie Dayton, MVP; Brandi Stallman, cap- tain award; Jennifer Wich- man, most service aces. Tennis: Brian Werne, MVP and mental attitude, Brian Werne, Jason Smith, most wins; Nate Bowling, most im- proved. First place Chris Spahn and Stephen Schaefer, students at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, received first place ribbons in the Nov. 17 varsity debate meet at Reitz High School. Speech ribbons at St. Benedict Second place ribbons were awarded to Timesha Parker, Elizabeth Nimnicht, Leila McReynolds, Katie DiLegge, Samia McReynolds, Bryan Brinkmeyer, Christine Jef- ferson, Jessica Brown, Starla Wisdom, Matt Lasher, Rachelle Fehribach, Hilary Boyle, Justin Klatsky, Lina Ghosh. Lauren Hahn, Beth Blair, Sarah Gore, Abbey Schmitt, Stephanie Brown, Jeremy Funk and Emily Stephens place d third, and Jamie Happe, Adrienne Wuertz, Dana Heerdink and Kris McCombs won fourth place ribbons. Erin Fishburn, Gena Elpers and Shea Perkins came in fifth. Christ the King's Student Council Natalie Klooz is serving as president of the Student Council at Christ the King School, Evansville. Bryan Naas is vice-president, Erin Kremer is secretary, and Katie Becker is treasurer. Kelly Alsip, Oliver Thomas and Lauren Mortensen are voting representatives. Becca Heaton, Adam Hubert, Katie Sauer, Brooke Bosler and Courtney Braun are home- room representatives. Speech ribbons at Corpus Christi Lori Goedde, Sarah Scheu, Stephanle Ulrich, Jenny Effinger, Crystal Spivey and Molly Topper captured first place ribbons in the Oct, 27 speech meet. They are students at Corpus Christi School, Evansville.   i ::i/:I/ Other winners included Tom Feller, Amanda Uhde, Zach Elfreich, Deidre Messmer, Christine Weil, second; Scott Miller, third; Melissa Oliver, Jenni Steinkamp, Elita Sheridan, Angle Goebel, Cara Messmer, Jackie Helmerich0 Lorna Fischer, fourth; Carrie Goebel, Katie DeWig, Andy Elfreich, fifth. Student Council Sarah Booher is serving as president of the Student Council at Resurrection School, Evansville. Kyle Babcock is vice-president, Laura Knapp is secretary, and Seth Weber is treasurer. Members also include Logan Riggs, Lyndsey Sitzman, Scott Herrmann, Sara Kiesler, Katie Morrow, Patrick Lamble and Matthew Riordan, Debate Members of the Debate Squad at Memorial High School, Evansville, won seventh place in noce policy debating at the fourth annual Attica Interstate Debate Classic. The team of Vin. cent Bernardin and Jill McBride won second place in affirmative and the team of Alex Ploelk and Karl Staser won third place in negative. Bernardin also won the first- place speaker points trophy. Staser won seventh place in speaker points, and Plocik won tenth place. their performances, Cory helped Emily DiLegge, Heather explain/|| Otitthe function and impor- Jefferson,Fishburn' JadaRochelleDaniel,Dooley,A.J.  tance of each section of the or- Chelsea Ward, Meredith chestra. Ward, Hanah Pitt, Ben Coomes, Sarah Woehler, ""-"'-"e Amanda McAlister, Kate Will $ Joe Pruiett, Linzey Hicks, turned in to Jill Fehrenbacher, a student Aimee Byrley, Catie Catholic at Mater Dei High School, Brauchla, Evan Keith and m. Money Evansville, placed first in the John Effinger received first l-thon sup- Academic All-State Volleyball. place ribbons at the Nov. 10 shington Ingrid Maier received honor- speech meet. They are students able mention, at St. Benedict School, at Wash. Evansville.