May 25 Dora News

By Charlie Carmichael

Hot and dry this week so far and there are no snow storms in sight, only a raging snow melt which has cause the river flow up in the mountains. Sure hope there are showers soon on our dry land farmers’ fields and grass.
Wheat in the area looks pretty good and ripening more every hot day. The best I’ve seen is south of Rogers before you get to the Dora highway. I’ll bet those farmers are not wanting any thunderstorms until their wheat is harvested.

Terry and Jimmie Lou Varnell drove to Albuquerque on Saturday for the graduation of a granddaughter. They returned that night, making for a long day.

To Tara Carmichael in Houston for winning most beautiful and little princess for the second year in a row at the Strawberry Festival. She is three years old and the daughter of Dustin and Tina Carmichael. She has one 5-year-old brother, Trent, who is involved in little kids sports. The pageant Tara enters is the Strawberry Festival held there annually. The family has many friends here since Dustin and Tina both are Broad Horizon graduates.

Continue to remember our liver and kidney patients waiting for transplants. Also all of our shut-ins. Special continuance for hope Bilbrey of Elida.