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S, 1994 The Message- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 Notebook A grant for economic education Donna Halverson ex- it, "Economics permeates facet of our lives. We are making choices with our V,. ' she wrote a grant Proposal requesting funds for c education in Catholic the Diocese of Evans- Halverson, who is Support Services Schools Office in 0cese of Evansville, that a $3,000 grant has by the Indiana Education. raoney will be used, in two provide training and Schools in the dio- r phase one, Christ Evansville, and St. John the Baptist School, Newburgh, wilI serve as target schools Six teachers will be part of phase one train- ing; they are Laura Clapp, Chris Schafer and April Schulz, all from Christ the King, and Dave Harris, Bey Schweiss and Deanna Cain, all from St. John's. Training will include a two- week economic education work- shop at the University of South- ern Indiana, and a field trip to St. Louis to visit the Federal Re- serve Bank and a major indus- try, Halverson said. During phase two, 18 addi- tional teachers will receive eco- nomic education training. Halverson anticipates that economic education will provide students with basic information about "supply and demand, where money comes from, and making budgets." A benefit f0rTEC II e Christian Mothers at St. m-y Church, St. Henry, re- cently Sp0sored all Pr0cee a bake sale, with us going to the Teens rQeat .lacuater Christ (TEC) move- ' OVer $300 w warde a , .. as raised an . ,, co t L - d for- ma ae outhwest _ , TECBoard. ern In Birthday! Robert Wan- laplain at Dea- celebrates his ,)2. He lives at St. rectory, pastor of Whitfield,. at St. Mary celebrates his Sodality at Y Family ]s president of lity at Holy is vice-presi- :EDERAL the Diocese dent. Sandy Morton is secre- tary, and Helen Vonderheide is treasurer. Parish secretary Virginia Knies is the new parish secretary at Holy Fam- ily Church, Jasper. Anniversaries at Sacred Heart Congratulations to couples at Sacred Heart Church, Vin- cennes, celebrating wedding an- niversaries: Hugo and Betty Roellgen, 45 years; Jim and Betty Levell, 49 years; John and Mary Bauer, 42 years; Jim and Bettye McCormick, 48 years; Arnold and Betty Pea, 49 years; John and Pat Coulop, 43 years; John and Eva Fields, 50 years; Tom and Lucille Grannan, 57 years. 49 years Congratulations to Harold and Betty Sanders, parish- ioners at St. Joseph Church, Evansville, who are celebrating their forty-ninth wedding an- niversary. Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication. Good Shepherd Tennis play Anthony Epkey, a sixth grader at Resurrection School, Evansville, was a fi- nalist in the Hillard-Lyons Ten- nis Classic Tournament, wbich enabled him to play at Roberts Stadium in Evansville before the Conners-McEnroe match-up. 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. Fire safety Second grader Brittni Herron learns about fire safety from a member of the German Township volunteer fire department. She is a student at Resurrection School, Evansville. And the winners are... The top ten sellers in the fund raiser at Christ the King School, Evansville, earned a limp ride to Mattingly' s Restaurant for lunch. They are Maggie Trible, Mary Kate Hegeman, Molly Warren, Allyson Roberts, Jonathan Spradley, Michael Miller, Whitney Krantz and Jesse Bush. I I I MILLER & MILLER  HAUBSTADTELECTRIC  "Funeral Pre-Planning ucee. od .  " R " ' I Since 1940" ,a i P.O. BOX 405 424-9274 ..,.,o .,.,.. New Years Eve "'' ''" l)lnner Dance .................. I FIRESTONE OOp.m.-- 1:00 a.m. i MUENSTERMAN'S I)l Randy Weber SERVICE, INC. $30 per couple Evansville' IN I I  I I II I II II .s dinner, dancing, drinks, and snacks :lSe  .. In Montgomery, Ind, will be closed all of (  January for renovations. Watch for Cash bar also available ] ][ re-opening date. Reservations 477.5405  ,,=,,.a Happy Hoh'days II III I I I I I I I ] I II I