|5/20/2020 12:17:00 PM|
New Bethel News
Pastor Connie opened the church behind a protective shield May 17 with a small but enthusiastic group of worshipers. Two families stayed in their cars to listen by live streaming. Holy communion was shared and everyone was happy to be together again. We did not go and haven't heard the message.
Prayers are requested for Morgan Webster, son of James and Susie. He is hospitalized in Seymour for treatment and testing of kidney failure.
Prayers also for Jim Harrison, brother of Donna Spicer and Patty Cruser. He has started treatment for brain cancer after having surgery a month ago. He lives in Westport and has been a very active Kiwanian for many years and is a Cummins retiree. Jim is also my cousin.
Paul Diekhoff drove his friend, Sabrina Clifford, to northern Ohio last week for her grandmother's funeral. After a few days with family they are back in Louisville and expect their employer, the Marriott to open up soon.
Sympathy is extended to the family of Carl Manlief of Westport. Sister-in-law, Lois Man-lief, is a neighbor.
Jim and Charlene Ponsler welcomed their children and grandchildren home for a baked ham dinner on Mother's Day. Attending were Brian and Amy Ponsler, Tom and Karla Gasper, Christine and Chaz Feider, Eric Feider, Eric Gasper and fiancee Karlie, Allie and Bryant Hoevener and son Bryer, Justin Ponsler and Courtney with sons Corbin and Jasper, Evan Ponsler and fiancee Tayler and son Cooper. They had the greenhouse open for business so stayed busy.
The Westport D.Q. has extended their hours for summer so area farmers are happy to have a cool treat after a hard day of work. They open at 11 a.m. and are open until 9 p.m. week days and until 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
Tim Suhre has opened the Tailfeather for inside sales and happy to welcome back friends. He is also glad to fix telephone orders. Face
masks are appreciated inside.
As the country opens back up, we hope to have more news to share soon. Stay safe and well.
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