Oct. 20 Dora News
October 19, 2004
These cool days are a good reminder that winder is on its way. The ice on Johnny Piaz’s car top Thursday morning was thick enough that he said he could not just wipe it off.
Farmers are thankful it didn’t seem to stop the milo from maturing, but it served as a reminder could get cold enough anytime to kill it all. Many are already swathing their hay, and will get it into bales just as soon as is cured out enough.
Johnston: Everyone is invited to a wedding shower for Melissa Johnston on Saturday, at 1 p.m. at the Dora Baptist Church.
Ainsworth: On Sunday there will be a wedding shower for Trey and Christal Ainsworth in the Dora Community Building at 2 p.m.
There will be a celebration of life, no tricks just treats at the Dora Baptist Church on Oct. 31, 6 p.m.-8 p.m. There will be fun booths for the kids and also hotdogs, chips and drinks for everyone. If you are interested in helping or would like to donate candy, food or drinks please contact Sherri Johnston.
Things are happening in South Dora, main street. Bob and Natalie Frank have bought the property in Dora just north of Elmer Reed’s home. They are busy cleaning up the area in readiness of moving their home from Rogers to Dora soon. Cherissa and Tyler are both students at Dora High School. We are proud to welcome them to our friendly village.
Bill Victor is doing well enough to come home. Ivy Wall Hays is home doing real well. Charissa Martin is home and will be in school soon. Ronnie Woods is doing real well. Continue to pray for Kristi Ledbetter, Dan Buzard, Molly Victor and our nursing home patients.
Pray for our nation as we go to vote in a few days. That God will lead us and our nation, our leaders, our military and our schools.