|7/8/2020 12:35:00 PM|
New Bethel News
Irene HockersmithVerse for the week, Proverbs 3:1-6, to stay on track.
We missed church Sunday and were told attendance was low. The Webster family was all back, including Mor-gan. James was presented a policeman's Bible by Connie. Mr. Terry Sargent read scripture and sound techs were Jake and Stanton Ross.
Several neighbors set off fireworks on the weekend. We sat on our porch and watched the Diekhoffs' visual show. Michael Green, Jr. was their guest. Julie made a nice meal and carried trays to us. We listened to the pops and booms all around. We also saw the skyline lighter, but did not see colors from outlying area of neighbors.
Beulah Yeager sat on her high hill porch and saw the show from the fairgrounds. David and Jewel Yeager went to the display and enjoyed the evening of food, etc.
Tim and Maribeth Suhre took their little dog, Bella, in a car seat for a three-day camping trip in their pull type camper for their first camping experience in southern Indiana. They also stopped in Bass Pro which is an experience shared with your house pet.
Now they are back open at Tailfeather Market.
The Chuck Davis family and Russell Redi-cker family shared a week of vacation at Gulf Shores, returning July 4.
Megan Hockersmith and David McClain of Valparaiso spent the weekend with her parents, Scott and Tina and Brother, Ryan. They all spent July 4 in Greensburg with Tina's Barret family for food and fireworks. They celebrated a great-nephew's birthday also.
Abby and Adam Capes returned to their new apartment home at the Suhre farm after a few days honeymooning in Michigan at their favorite beach. Adam's parents joined them near the weekend and they all travelled on to Mackinac Island before coming home.
What is it that brings out the four wheelers on weekends in the countryside? When we were kids, we rode bicycles, laughed, and chattered. Now it's fancy multi-colored lights, more laughter and chatter after dark. I'll bet our fun was much cheaper!
I hope you all had a good time with family and now it's back to work and soon back to school with continuing thought of Covid-19. Do your best to stay safe, and be kind to one another. We all need patience, spelled in capital letters. Even TV is terrible.
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