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o,1 I The Message  for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 II 13,1991 li II II Schroering and Memorial High School princi- [ !el Gerry Adams fill bags full of clothing donated by [ [ 4eraorial students Lntu for a mission in Jackson County, I cky. " -- Message photo by Mary Ann Hughes I II tround the Diocese 9] I[ ) ....  ....... > : )!i >i/i!il/): i O.SIB,, is surprised by well:wish: ') i[ recent Mass with Stephen ministers at St, Chun:h, Jasper. After eight years, Sister Mohr will n January to study for the position of Liturgist tor , edlctme Community in Ferdinand, ..... Photo I[ Isits with Wh,n Santa visits the homes, tnta Claus Memorial students will he alternate "Your donate items to Poster contest Favorite Jillian Andrews, a sixth grader Appalachian mission at st. Benedict School, Teacher" Evansville, won first place in the Students in SADD, the Span- ish Cluhs and the Key Clut) at Memorial High School, Ewmsville, have. donated enough clothing and toys to fill a van, ac- cording to Gerry Adams, Memo- rim principal. The students were busy pack- ing the donated items Last week and Adams drove the school van with the items to St. Paul Mis- sion Church in Jackson County, Kentucky, last weekend. The student clubs also pur- chased items for the mission using profits fronl their fund raising effl)rts. Helping with the project were club slmnsors, Brenda Walling, Mary Jane Saxlon and Sara Wannemuehler. Memorial's Scholars on 9 S|udenls at Memorial High School, Evansville, will be par- ticipating in WNIN Scholars on Nine l)rogram. R(.'prcsenling the sopho,nore Cads will be Chris Pesevenlo and IVlark Santillan. Marilyn Schroering is alhrnate. Fl'eSllnlt,ql tl,aln lllO, lnh(u's ill- elude Katrina Sandoval and David Zimmer. Chad Engeiland dav Dec. 20, Father Robert Wannemuehler celehrates his birthday Dec, 22, Anniversary of ordination Father William Dietsch of Sts. Peter and Paul Church, Peters- burg, was ordained a priest Dec. 18, 1971, Advent Family Night in Loogootee Parishioners and junior high students tit St. John Church, Loo- gootee, made 60 wreaths during Advent Family Night, The wreaths will be taken to shut-ins in the parish. Planning team committee members included Kathy Smith, Erin Kenna, Stephanie ILUMBER COMPANY 104 WOOD 11111 he will pre, sent the children with a manger scene and a candv ,,,  A  cane. "We wanted to show thmil ih the real meaning of Christmas st) [: " ..,,_ashingtonthe Washington &ms,, side of Christmas." San|a will talk about the reli- '.tll!'ers.of The visits will be made on [ vii . , Alumni Association Sunday, Decemher 22. | l ltll,u,Sponsoring the first an- [ ]l" sh{rne Visit with Santa" for f "'"tt auners in Wasbingtn wh Happy Birthday' go re- birthday 2No2M2P NY I Sa,,ehgious oriented visit Father Camillus Ellspermann [ Vi!. uta in their .i/e, home. ot' St. Henry Church, St. Henry, ttstnted to with the celebrates his Dec. 18. Lbl-.u.erne, '' explained Bar- Father Earl Rohleder, on sab- lChell. batical leavv, celebrates his birth- Fire Prevention poster contest sponsored by the Evansville Fire Department. Tree decorating contest Third graders in Jane Horrail and Jamie Lankford's classes at Flaget Elementary School, Vin- cennes, won first place in a Christmas tree decorating con- test, sponsored by the Vincennes Central Business District, The 26 sltldellls made all tim ornaments for their tree which was on displav in (Iowntown ned. Artists at St. Philip's Katie Etpers. a third grader at St. Philip School, St. Philip. was the grand prize winner in the. Festival of Tre()s art (:ontesl. Beth Slofleth, a St, l'hilip fourt}l gllader, r(;t:oivt)d .SCCOII(I plat:(:, and Aaron Pierce, a St. Phili 1) third grader, received timrth l)lace. Sister Ann Francis Hillen. brand O.S.B., a teacher at St. Matthew School, Mount Vernon, was chosen as "Your Favorite Teacher" during the Favorite Teacher Contest on WFIE-TV. Third grader Nathan Scheller wrote a letter to Jeff Lyons about his teacher. Lyons then inter- viewed and filmed Sister Hillen- brand and her third grade class. Holy Rosary's spell bowl team Members of the spell bowl team at Holy Rosary School, Evansville, finished second in slate (:ompetition out of 59 sc:imols. Team members in(:luded Jen- nifer Cashman, Joy Diaz, Allison Farrell, Sandy Hall, Esther Liu, Jill McBride, Ryan Mills, Mark Palmenter, Adam Quirk, Roxana Rosario. Adam Sandefur, lay Sheth, Sarah Skvara and Alena Stransky. Please send information for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline tbr copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication. Sutton, Jill Bridgewater and Sara Waggner. Communications Committee Sister Kathy Bilskie O.S.B. of Ferdinand, Mike Blake of Evansville, Sister Mary Dominic Frederick O.S.B. of Ferdinand, Don Hale of St. Meinrad, Don Jones of Evansville, Dee Kalena of Evansville, Paul Kales of Huntingburg, Don Lilak of Tra- verse City, Mi., Sister Anita Louise Lowe O.S.B. of Ferdi- nand, Gene Luehbehusen of Jasper, Sister Jane Michele Mc- Clure O.S.B. of Ferdinand, Sister Paulette Seng O.S.B. of Ferdi- nand, Sister Karleen Sensmeier O.S.B. of Ferdinand and Kent Toole of Evansville are members of the Connnunications Commit- tee for the Sisters of St. Benedict in Ferdinand. Holy Redeemer's Fall Festival booth profit The Fall Festival Committee at Holy Redeemer Church, Evansville, reports a profit of $4,325.94 from its 1991 booth, Committee members include: See AROUND Page 12 LOOGOOTEE ST, JOHN CATHOLIC CHURCH The first published history book of St. John's Parish and School will be available in January. The book contains over 150 photographs to help tell the story of this Catholic parish and school that began in 1860. There will only be a limited number of copies printed. The price of the book is $15.00. To reserve your souvenir copy send $15.00, plus $3.00 for mailing and handling, with name and addres to: St. John Catholic Church (History Book Committee) 408 Church Street Loogootee, IN 47553 Make checks payable to St. John Cathofic Church. A book "Gift Certificate" is available upon request.