Bethel United Methodist Hosts Lewis Antiques Present and Sale

All aboard! A mannequin practice set off Delaware Ave. Antiques made a cease in Lewis for the present.

Lewis Resident Pastor Jim Penuel leads the Bethel UMC congregation that features present organizers Ruth Ann Baker and Linda Baker. Each Baker girls are from Lewis, however are unrelated.

Brian Huber introduced his outdoor-based objects from Delaware Avenue Antiques in Laurel.

Helen Polidor reveals off the internal fantastic thing about Delaware Avenue. Laurel has a proposal of Antiques.

The captain on this image is believed to be Napoleon Bonaparte.

Milton resident Steve Maslowicz takes the other stance of this glass hero.

Jailhouse Antiques proprietor and Milton resident Don Publish reveals off his eye-catching blue porcelain.

Victoria Burrier’s assortment showcases types from world wide that she sells from her Millsboro store, GVM & Associates.

Bridgeville resident Orville Lynn had some eye-opening collectibles on the market.

Rehoboth Seaside resident David McDonald shows nautical-themed antiques on his service provider desk.

Rehoboth Seaside’s Invoice Hicks reveals off his listing of goodies, together with the basic Nineteen Forties FADA radio.

Lillian Lynn of Bridgville reveals off necklaces that have been extensively seen by visitors.

Bethel UMC volunteers Beth Smith and Carolyn Arnell take lunch orders from clients.

Millsboro resident Carlene Spangler prepares a lunch tray at Bethel Cafe.

Rehoboth Seaside’s Sue Sprague dips into Hen Salad that had grapefruit and celery for a pleasant summer season crunch.

Marilyn Mead washes dishes serving to to serve hungry patrons all through the day on July 8.

Lewis resident Pam Monty and Milton resident Cathy Ferry start breaking down a crock pot that was as soon as filled with chili for decent canine.

Lewis resident Eddie Sipos rigorously prepares a to-go order.

Madeline Sasha of Sasha Jewels LLC shows jewellery she has repaired, bought and even made herself.

Greenwood residents Tyla, left, and Charles have been pleased to speak to folks concerning the historical artwork they’d on the market.

A trio of Edgar Allan Poe books containing the works of the notorious writer revealed simply six years after his demise.

Lewis residents Peter and Mary Beaman had some uncommon objects on present, which have been introduced in from Beeman’s Outdated & Gnu Antiques.

Charlotte Whitenight loves to speak concerning the trophies she has collected through the years and now sells at Curiosity Antiques.

Barbara Ray Antiques sells work displaying the event of San Francisco.

Barbara Ree along with her sister Kathy Carpenter stands in entrance of their set-up that was harking back to a manor room.

Cynthia Zollman wasn’t promoting antiques, however she advised superb tales about how she captured each second of wildlife’s surprise.

William S. Belot “The Nice Marsh” stands out with waterfowl carvings. Belotte spoke lovingly about her love for the pure setting.

Lewis residents and members of the Bethel UMC Ladies’s Ministry are proven (LR) Amy Chason, Bev Porter, Connie Knack, Barb Shelton, Libby Gibson, Barbara McClain, Kay Poole, Josie Hunsberger and Bobby Flynn. Bethel Ladies’s Ministry raises funds for girls and youngsters in want.

Porter, McClain, Knack, Gibson, Chesson, Shelton, Poole, Hunsberger and Flynn work on the Curiosity store throughout the road from Bethel UMC. Consumers solely pay what they imagine an merchandise is efficacious.

Linda R. Griffin was co-chair of the annual Antiques Present and Sale, co-chair of Sunday Morning Breakfast Bites, an lively member of the Elizabethan Circle at Bethel United Methodist Church, and faithfully attended the service at 9:15 a.m. submitted photograph

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