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7 December 25, 1987 IIII The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern indiana Around the Diocese Giving Tree Resurrection pastor Father Raymond Brenner, Katherine Fuchs and Sister Cleo Werner sort through packages for the parish Giving Tree. The gifts were distributed by the St. Vincent de Paul Society. -- Message Photo by Barbara Paul Jubilarians Seton Manor, Evansville, recently celebrated the jubilees of five Daughters of Charity who have given more than 300 years of service. Sister Margaret O'Leary, Sister Cyrilla Verhalen and Sister Dorothy Hansen each celebrated 70 years in the com- munity. Sister Lucia spent 60 years in nursing and in social ser- vice in children's homes. Sister Cephas McGoey spent 60 years teaching and in child care. Sister O'Leary also was direc- tress of postulants. Sister Verhalen was a high school librarian. Sister Hansen worked in parish ministry. Sister Lucia worked in pastoral care in hospitals and Sister McGoey served as a tutor and teacher of arts and crafts. Father Carl Schulte, provincial director marked each jubilee with a special liturgy. Promotions New promotions at St. Mary's Medical Center, Evansville, include: -- Suzanne Boles, car- diovascular nurse coordinator for regional open heart surgery program. -- Janice Gulledge, project coordinator MIS -- Kathy Moore, director of ac- tivities/social service -- Pamela Nolting, director of quality assessment Sherry Raabe, supervisor reimbursement/cost accounting -- Glenda Ralph, assistant director of nursing at Regina. 1000 dolls Santa's elves were hard at work this year -- as 1000 dolls were dressed and given to needy children this Christmas. The elves were actually employees and volunteers at St. Mary's Medical Center, Evansville. The dolls were given to needy children through the Catholic Charities Christmas Store, St. Vincent Day Care Center and St. Mary's Pediatric and Family Practice Clinics. Happy birthday Father Earl Rohleder of St. An- thony Church, Evansville, celebrates his birthday Dec. 20. Father Jean Vogler of St. Boniface Church, Evansville, celebrates his birthday Jan. 1. Father John Emge of St. Fran- cis Xavier Church, Vincennes, celebrates his birthday Jan. 7. Anniversaries Congratulations to couples at Holy Family Church, Evansville, as they celebrate wedding an- niversaries: Andrew and Helen Klingel, 40 years, and Ottie and Marie Heeke, 42 years. Aimee Hebbeler portrayed Brenda Star during a Christmas pro- gram at St. Benedict School, Evansville. -- Message Photo by Barbara Paul Fast for homeless ends WASHINGTON (NC) -- Homeless activist Mitch Snyder ended a 33-day fast to protest exclusion of the homeless from a Washington subway station Dec. 11 after subway and other officials agreed to provide an old bus where street people could take shelter at night. The protest's end came one month after former priest Philip Berrigan led a prayer service for the homeless at a downtown Washington subway stop where gates had been installed to keep out people seeking shelter. The subway installed the fence after receiving complaints about the homeless sleeping and relieving themselves in the station after it closed  each night. Snyder and the other pro- testers broke their fast at a ceremony at the downtown sub- way stop, where a chain-link fence had been installed in November. St. Benedict "O, My Stars, It's Christmas" was the title of the Christmas pro- gram at St. Benedict School, Evansville. Diane Fowler directed the stu- dent production. Katherine Zimmer was the nar- rator. Amy Melton was Mary and Michael Chambliss was Joseph. Members of the St. Benedict School band provided Christmas music. Essay contest Winners m the Serra Club essay contest from St. Wendel School, Posey County, are Tricia Dilger and Pat Schneider. Both are eighth graders. Happy birthday Sister Martha Joseph Weasel, principal of Ascension School, Evansville, celebrates her birth- day Dec. 27. AI Tieken, principal of Holy Cross School, Fort Branch, celebrates his birthday Jan. t. Flag runners Christ the King seventh graders John Fisher and Eric Titzer serve as flag runners for the Memorial High School band. Designers Amie Brandt and Meghan Bray designed the invitation for the Christmas program at Holy Rosary School, Evansville. Speech team The speech team at Good Shepherd School, Evansville, traveled to Indianapolis last weekend to take part in a speech meet at Brebeuf High School. Over 300 students from all over Indiana competed. Out of 18 teams, Good Shepherd placed fourth. Please send information for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47711. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. Students at St. Benedict School participated in a special Christmas program titled "0, My Stars, It's Christmas." --Message Photo by Barbara Paul