Oct. 6 South County News
October 5, 2004
It’s still wet in South County too and pasture lakes are all pretty full. The cattle must be enjoying all the fresh tender lades of grass and weeds. They even drink out of those muddy looking water puddles all over.
Rick Wilcher did the preaching for the church Sunday in the absence of Pastor Brad Morgan.
Visitor from Louisiana
Jerry and Vivian Parkinson have been here for several days visiting his parents, Ruby and Elton and son, Wayne and family also. They went on to Albuquerque Sunday and will leave for their home in Sulpher, Louisiana on Tuesday. Jerry is an ex-grad of the Dora High School and so is Wayne. Ruby said it was sure nice since they were here for Jerry’s birthday on Sept. 29th and his sister, Barbara Teel’s on the 30th.
The Weldon Carmiachel family is in the middle of the insurance repairs on their home from damage of a lightning strike a few weeks ago. I know they will be happy it’s done soon.
Shannon and LeAnn Carmichael have both been here to visit their parents, Sherri and Hershell. They also visited their “grans” — Morris and Weldon and Aunt Vickie, Tracey, Travis and Tamara Price. They are all former Causey/Garrison area residents. The girls came from Houston at separate times.
Tuesday is Columbus Day. There are only 86 more days left in the year 2004 as of today. Daylight savings time change is the night of Oct. 31.