Oct. 3 Dora School News

By Charlie Carmichael

Daylight time ends soon
October has arrived so we have this next four weeks until the time change happens on Oct. 31. Anyway it will be time to take care of that on the night of Oct. 30.

Baseball season
Today will be Dora’s first baseball game. No time has been given so call one of the team members.

Volleyball games
Monday, Dora at Elida, 4:30 p.m.. Thursday, hosting Melrose, 4:30 p.m.

Roads clearing
The water and muddy roads caused Marilyn Prewett to miss playing on the Volleyball team last Monday. She was really missed but the girls did a fantastic job winning their games at Floyd. Keep up the good playing girls. Keep up the good playing girls.

My big mouth
I figured about the time I bragged on our students for leaving the cafeteria so clean, that they would be messy that day, not so, it continues to be as clean as it can possibly be. Thanks again to our wonderful students at Dora.

Seniors 2005-2006
On Friday a ring representative will meet with the Dora Juniors to take their senior ring orders.

Principal’s word
Mr. Barrone says he is happy to report the school year is off to a good start and he is enjoying our school so far. Let’s keep it that way.

Charlie Sez
Farm Fact: One bushel of wheat will produce 73 one pound loaves of bread – farmers receive approximately 5 cents from each loaf of bread sold. A family of four could live for 10 years off the bread produced by one acre of wheat. (Ag. data released Feb. 3, 2004).