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,1994 The Message -- for Cathollcs of Southwestern Indiana 11 Scouts receive recognition at dinner The Adult Scouter Recogni- :nner, at St. Theresa Evansville, recently eight active partici- of Evans- iing are brief sum- of com- the awards cere- Pelican Award Elfreich, of Corpus Church, Evansville. El- cited for his work at h, coordinating the Emblem, and for COmmitments and let Witmeier, of St. Newburgh. Wit- ras honored for her Boy Scouts, and for serving as r on the trip to for World Youth Day Singleton, of St. Evansville. been a Cub Mas- six Years and has Cub Day Retreats m addition to his parish and corn- Fleck of St. Mary Fleck for religious a member of the the a poromoter emblem pro- active in Boy . Scouts. dlenius III, of Hellenius coor- r the Annual Boy and the An- he was or his work with have Special needs. y, of St. Evansville. Scouts honors go to, from left, front row, Rosalee Fleck, Janet Witmeier, Ken Hallenius III, Francis Brickey, top row, James Eisner, Mike Singleton, Larry Elfreich, and Father Warren Heitz, O.S.B. Brickey is active in his parish, as a Pack Committee Member, Webelos Leader, Cub Scout Day Camp Staff, and Scout- master for six years. He is the holder o;f the District Buffalo Award, and a arecipient of the Bronze Pelican Award. Benedictine Father War- ren Heitz, of St. John Chrysos- tom Church, New Boston, and St. Meinrad Archabbey. Father Heitz was honored for "his ser- Box 68 Montgomery, Indiana 47558 Traylor Phone:486-3285 AUTO TOPS.SEATCOVERS.BOATCOVERS STEREO SALES&INSTALLATIONS 254-3943 HWY 50 EAST, BEHIND UPS CENTER EUGENE WELP, OWNER "LINCOLN. MERCURY JASPER 482-1200 fr, par . vice to young people in the Scouting Program . . . at St. Meinrad [and] also at the Old Ben Scout Reservation. "He is a visible presence for all scouts, adult leadders, and staff at Suymmer Camp, with his gentle counseling in mo- ments when needed." James Elsner, of Holy Re- deemer Church, Evansville. Elsner has been active as Cubmaster for six years. His activity has included work on the Popcorn Sales Program, Summer Camp, and leading troops High Adventuere canoe trip. Scouts attending cam- pouts with him find that going to church is a must. Elsner has received the Bronze Pelican Award, and is active in the communty. Sister Fischer dies Nov. 26 Archbishop Damas of San Salvador,:a Services for Benedictine Sis- ter Antoinette Fischer, 84, who died Nov. 26, were held Nov. 29 at Monastery Immaculate Conception, Ferdinand. Sister Fischer was born in St. Anthony, the daughter of Benjamin and Catherine (Beckman) Fischer. She en- tered the Sister of St. Benedict in 1927 and made her final vows in 1932. She celebrated sixty years of religious profes- sion in 1989. She served as a teacher in schools in Huntingburg and Celestine. ctic : or. hu .... age 71, Archbishop: Rivera ! Damas became head of the | archdise : his ipe] cessor, Archbishop O:se| Romero, was :aassina | he celebrated Mass on| SISTER ANTOINEITE FISCHER 7iiii h Sheet Metal Inc. al & Commercial Heating & Cooling Sales & Service 422-9242 ] Potricia Koch 15 S. Third Avenue, Evansville I III II DUBOIS COUNTY BANK MEMBER OLD NATIONAL BANCORP Member FDIC YOUR FIVE STAR SERVICE BANK I II e Funeral Home & MILLER ............. ..... "Funeral Pro-Planning  Since 1940" 424-9274 Funeral Homes ' I Vine Strcct, Haubstadt, IN 768-6151 about pro-need counseling. Alan J. Wade Four