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1994 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 3 attend Youth Day in Washington lr Y,AI_ HUGHES Sidney James is the son of ident of the Youth Planning days and she recently worked gestalIwriter Robert and Devonna James Team. with the parish presentation students in youth the Diocese attended Youth t Washington for the day was eeds in God's included a dance. editor of You!, speaker for the his youth ago with a and an as- "I felt God was say- do this.'" Day was Outh leaders diocese, ac- Harris of we do of Youth of us refused stop us ; people d Harris, rlgton, of five stu- to the All- They are 'ansville, Sper, and ngton. and a member of St. Martin Church, Chrisney. He is a se- nior at Heritage Hills High School. James is a youth group chairperson, a parish council member, involved in the parish Bible school, and a server. He was recommended for the All- Star Youth Team based on "his work ethic  his involvement in school and community activ- ities and his devotion to his family and his church." David Weis is the son of William and Vernette Weis and a member of Corpus Christi Church, Evansville. He is a senior at Reitz High School. Weis has served as a junior catechist, a youth group leader, a booth captain for his parish summer social and with the parish Vacation Bible School. "Dave has a sincere love for his parish. He is employed by the parish as a part-time jani- tor, and Dave cares very deeply for the well-being of our parish property. I believe this is an extension of his attitude toward the Catholic Church and his Christian beliefs in general. Dave is a Christian gentleman with many gifts and talents yet to be 'tapped.'" Daniel Shafer is the son of Ron and Jane Shafer and a member of St. John the Baptist Church, Vincennes He is a se- BUilt in 1825 for Noon Day Stop & Trading Post :IALLY RECOGNIZED AS RESTAURANT IN INDIANA NORTH OF EVANSVILLE OF US 41 ON OLD STATE ROAD STAGE COACH STOP in the Original Log Room Abraham Lincoln was , 00'NN'E00ns November 1844 Or - ERVED by Ala Carte Menu 'AMILy STYLE f 4 urau - or or More ,.,.. gnt Beer Withe Cockt il _ UINING ,.-- " " a s '=rvir,., ,.,. H',JOM SEATING 500 u Umner from 4 to 10:30 p.m. - TUesday. Saturday rCl'sed SUnday and Monday Telephone 867-3216 and RITA ELPERS, proprietors nior at Rivet High School, Vin- cennes. Shafer has volunteered as a server, a trainer of servers, with Vacation Bible School, and in various youth projects in his parish. He was cited for being an "outstanding example of a Christian young man who wants to make a difference in the world. "He is very active in Church duties and can be counted on to devote full concentration in serving God and the St. John's congregation. Danny has ex- celled as a server, master of ceremonies and instructor for our new servers." Andrew Smith is the son of Phil and Martha Smith and a member of Precious Blood Church, Jasper. He is a senior at Jasper High School. His participation in church- related activities includes youth group membership, church choir, servers and Pre- Sem member. Shmit was recommended for the All-Star Youth Team be- cause "he is not afraid of re- sponsibilities and duties... .His peers look up to him and he has a heart of gold." It was noted that he "has made excellent progress to- ward his goals through his high school years. He is a good role model for other students as evidenced in the high re- spect the other students have for him in voting for him to be in charge of their clubs and or- ganizations." Amy Mischler is the daughter of Mike and Erma Mischler and a member of St. Simon Church, Washington. She is a senior at Washington Catholic High School She has served as a lector, a Eucharistic minister, a dele- gate to the Synod, and as pres- Mischler received her nomi- nation because she "is an out- standing young person who demonstrates leadership both inside and outside the class- room. She is a young woman of faith who serves as a Christian model not only for her peers, but also for those who are younger and older than her." During Youth Day, two youth leaders, Antonette Har- ris and Ed Tretter, received adults awards for their service to youth ministry Harris is a member of St. Joseph Church, Princeton. She has been trained as a presider for unplanned priestless Sun- SIDNEY JAMES DAVID WEIS II MILLER & MILLER "A family name you can trust" 424-9274 RUXER FORD - LINCOLN - MERCURY I 482-1200JASPER I III I I DON'T WAIT UNTIL YOU'VE REACHED YOUR LIMIT. If you're feeling as though you simply cannot cope with one morn demand, give us a call. We offer free, confidential personal assessments 24 hours a day, saven days a week to help you get past it. THE HELP LINE 634-NEED (634-6333) Toll Free 1-800-852-7279 A service of the BLVKm,L HLTH And Health CaR Center for AIDS education. She has also served as co-chairperson of the diocesan youth commis- sion. Tretter is a member of St. Ferdinand Church, Ferdinand. He is a Eucharistic minister, lector, and religious education teacher. He is also a member of the diocesan youth commis- sion. He was chosen by his parish to receive the Brute So- ciety award. DANIEL SCHAFER ANDREW SMITH AMY MISCHLER I VINCENNES I III I I m  , American National Bank Bicknell - Sandborn  Vincennes Drive-in Facilities - Member F.D.I.C, A Full Service Bank II ii Main Street I11 I Wo,..,,-  Ov,'r,,er Apri} 21-24 -- Mahan Peace Cotemnce May 20-22 -- Notre Dame Peace June I0-12 -- EWTN & C, atias ca x  tat2) .33 I