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award has been me ].qc )6 Alumni and indefatiga- for Vincennes and for her n behalf of tenure as and middle school The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana teacher from 1987 to 1994. Honor Band Jay Cartwright, a junior at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, has been named to the IMEA Honor Band. The band, which is comprised of students from more that 80 schools statewide, will perform on Jan. 13 in Indianapolis. Scholars on Nine Chris Bennett, Amy Sheth, Aaron Wilson, Karl Staser, Laura Berger, Evan Keith and Katie Ford, students at IIII iiiiiiii:/iii Memorial High School, Evansville, will be participat- ing in WNIN's Scholars on Nine Academic Competition. Soloing Cassie Ainsworth, a junior at Memorial High School, Evansville, attended the Insti- tute for Young Musicians at Maple Mount Music Center. She also was chosen to attend a week of study in chamber music with the Ahn Trio in New Harmony. Safety Patrol Branden Kissel, a student at Westside Catholic Consoli- dated School, Evansville, has mm m been named Safety Patrol person for the first quarter. Clown for a day Lora Richey, a student at Westside Catholic Consoli- dated School, Evansville, was a winner in the Hadi Shrine Cir- cus coloring contest. As a win- ner, she was designated "clown for a day" and she appeared with the Hadi Funsters during the circus. Medal winners Cal Leferink and Megan Riepenhoff, students at St. John the Baptist School, Newburgh, were gold medal winners in Key Piano competi- tion. Jenny Provence won two gold medals, Amanda Braun received a gold medal, and Abbie Braun won a silver medal. Alicia Isom got a bronze medal. Please send information for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary Ann Hughes, The Mes- sage, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publica- tion. Perfect gift e, parish nurse Church, ;  ome hol- s Year. In the she encour- to offer the "" the gift of that humor does us: healing chemi- It decreases pain. It is a stress reducer and tension releaser. It is an internal aerobic workout Humor is even writ'ten about in the Bible, Sartore said. "A cheerful heart is good medicine.. "(Pr. 17:22) She offers some practical tips for giving yourself and others the gift of humor. 1. Thank God for your gift of humor It is a gift from Him. If it most. Fake it sometime. Ellen Hanselman and Flo- Laughter is contagious; one per- rence Beckman are new mem- son starts and people will join in. bers of the Foundation Board Soon they forget what started Mary Brassard, Christy the laughing in the first place. Loner, Mary Ann Mehrlnger, Look for funny signs, absurd be- Joe Schlacter, Sherri Wag- havior, and predictable silliness. It is all around us if we ju.t i()ok net, Julie Gutgseli, Linus for it. Lampert and Ann Buechler have been appointed to the Fam- ily Life Ministry. : Happy Birthday! Robbie Mehringer is chair- ....  Benedictine Father Camil- person of the Spiritual Life Min- lus Ellspermann, pastor of St. istry; Stan Betz is vice-chair- Henry Church, St. Henry, cel- person. Gene Durchoiz, Ralph ebrates his birthday Dec. 18. Spayd, Pearl Spayd, Pare Father Earl Rohleder, pas- Schwenk, Peg Erny, Elfrieda tor of St. John Church, Fleck, LindaBieker and Mary Evansville, and a member of Jane Schneider have been ap- the Urban Ministry Team in pointed to the ministry. Evansville, celebrates his birth- day Dec, 20. Anniversaries Religion at Sacred Heart Education Congratulations to couples at Sacred Heart Church, Vin. Board eenn., celebrating wedding an- niversaries: Hugo and Betty A Religion Education Board Roellgen, 46 years; John and has been formed at Holy Faro- Mary Bauer, 43 years; Jim ily Church, Jasper. Members and Betty Levell, 50 years; include Barb Balka, Jacquie Jim and Bettye McCormick, Cushman, Kitty Recker, 49 years; Arnold and Betty Gene Humbert, Dianne Klein, Pea, 50 years; John and Pat you're going to thank Aunt Paul Palumbo, Father John Marge for the picture of the pink Boeglin, pastor, and Sister Coulup, 44 years; John and elephant, then why not that God Nancy Brosnan, S.P. Eva Fields, 51 years; Tom and for his gift of humor. Lucille Grannan, 58 years. 2. Don't take yourself so seri- ously. I know it is easier said Leaders at that done, but remember when 50 years you make a mistake, the world Holy Family Congratulations to Haro,d will still go on. So why not find a little humor in it and laugh. It Florence Beckman, Leon and Betty Sanders as they eel- will not look so bad if you can at Fleck, Ellen Hanselman, Wil- ebrate their fiftieth wedding an- least smile about it. fred Weinzapfel and Betty niversary. They are members of 3. Make time everyday to Weinzapfel are incoming mem- St. Joseph Church, Evansville. smile and laugh. Keep some- bers of the Parish Council at thing that makes you laugh in Holy Family Church, Jasper. IMILLER yourcar, onyour desk, onthe re- Betty Weinzapfel, Willie Please send information & MILLER frigerator, or wherever you need Weinzapfel, Leon Fleck for AROUND THE DIOCESE "A family name you .i [ to Mary Ann Hughes, The can trust" .D.O.W.N.T'O'W'N I / Message, P.O. Box 4169, / I II$B' FIRST FEDERAL Evansville, IN 47724. The k41e  ] /I BIt SavingsandL0ankss0ciat deadline for copy ii9a.m. (i. . MA,NST.."--'" -- | |'" ' Washington&Loogootee the Friday before public.- ...... IL__ .................... LUMBER CO. RESTAURANT SPCtN.gG  COMPLETE BUILDING DEUCHU,S GERMAN FOOD SERVICE PRa RS CHARBROU.ED STEAC Ph: 482-1125 RT. 4, JASPER COUNTRY FR|ED CHICKEN .SAUkD R PLEASE .ET  r-o. ,wr PArs F0R NJ. Y0t CATI,6 NIEI, CALL CO. PATRONIZE CON :UPPLIES & cT,. 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