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The weather was gorgeous on Tuesday almost 70 degrees but Thursday night there was a little bit of much needed moisture and Friday morning everything was covered in ice. It’s wintertime in Oklahoma.

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The Durham Willing Workers kicked off the new year with club on Tuesday, January 7. There were eight willing workers and faithful members to plan the years events. Their first project for the year is the annual dinner for the local fire department.

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Durham Baptist Church had quite a few visitors for Sunday morning. It was a great way to start out the New Year.

Last Sunday Johnnie Ruth Welty brought a beautiful homemade lemon meringue pie that was still warm and dropped it off at Mamas. A simple thank you doesn’t seem to be enough. Only a true caring friend would perform such an act of loving and sharing.

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The Manhart Family Christmas was enjoyed by 33 this year. This was Jon Davis’s first Manhart Christmas. Both Grandpa Clayton Manhart and Dad Dane Davis had to work but the rest of us tried to do our fair share of spoiling and holding Jon. The matriarch of the Manhart family, Donna enjoyed everyone’s company and was a part of the five generations that were present, she, Karen, Kandy, Kailey and Brooklyn. The little ones make it extra special.

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I sure hope everyone had a wonderful family Christmas this year. I finally got to Walmarts for my semiannual trip. I had a great visit with Betty Whitson. It was fun to catch up on some of the Habekott family. Her sister, Shirley was one of the young girls I really looked up to in school. She had a record player and would treat me like a teenager when I was only eight years old.

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Sue Flowers called and said she sure misses all her Durham friends at church, club and quilting. She is glad to be closer to her grandchildren and her mother. She sends greetings to everyone and sure enjoys the Cheyenne Star.

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We had .2 moisture early in the week and drizzly, foggy days and now the wind is back up. We sure enjoyed the 50th Reunion of the Reydon Class of 1969. It was the class Danny graduated with. There were twenty-two graduates that year, a big group for Reydon. Just nine graduates and one sponsor managed to attend along with one classmate, five are deceased. They met Friday at the Reydon Sr. Citizens Building. Thanks to Judi Robertson Walser for bringing a big envelope of pictures of the Senior trip and other get togethers through the years. Dan Sides is to be commended for organizing the event.

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We had a few nice showers through the week maybe a tenth or two but sure was appreciated. I’m thankful that there hasn’t been much wind or no freezing weather.

The Durham Willing Workers want to thank everyone for buying the pecans again this year. It was a whirlwind of a week getting them all delivered before Thanksgiving.

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The week started off at 5 degrees on Tuesday. Thank goodness the rest of the week continued to warm up and we had some 60-degree days.

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We’ve had rain, ice, snow flurries, a couple of warm, sunny summer days in the 80’s and a couple of windy winter days in the 30’s all in just one week. The Durham Willing Workers Club had their November meeting on Tuesday the 5th. They want to thank all those that helped with the dinner and donated to the community building fund. The pecans will be delivered tomorrow.

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