By Charlie Carmichael
The snow was great for the Christmas season. I only saw one snowman but it was a pretty good one and lasted most of two days.
Several senior citizens stayed in as long as it was so icy so I didn’t hear of any mishaps of any kind.
To Karen Skelton and family on the loss of Bro. Phillip in an accident over west of Lubbock. He had stopped to help someone and was struck by another vehicle. The had pastored our Dora Baptist for some time before moving to Lubbock. Their children were already gone from home when the lived in Dora. We pray God comforts each of them in this time of sorrow. The memorial service was Monday morning in Lubbock.
The Dora and surrounding departments will come together with many from across the state to pay last respects to Hank Merrick today at noon.
Their luncheon will possibly be served in the Dora Community Building. The Dora men are sponsoring it and the ladies from the whole area are bringing food.
Food for the family well be served in the Causey Community Building. The Dora men are sponsoring it and the ladies from the whole area are bringing food.
Food for the family well be served in the Causey Community Building. The services will be served in the Causey Community Building.
Services will be held in the Guy Luscombe Gym at 2:30 p.m. in Dora. Those coming will need to go to the west road at the school to come in from there since the east area is all torn up with our remodeling and changes to the area.
The J.T. and Lillie Bell Toombs ranch home was the family gather place for Sunday. Douglas and his wife had been here for several days.
Virgil and Mary Blakley also had their family arrive on Sunday for a visit.