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CORRESPONDENTS: Northwest of Durham

Northwest of Durham correspondent
(620) 732-2647

The spring-like weather this past week has been unreal, breaking temperature records. Many farmers have been able to do a lot of fieldwork. This dry weather has been wonderful for famers with cattle to feed and cows calving. However, we do need some moisture for the crops.

Ransom and Lillian Wiebe went to Moundridge Manor Thursday evening to listen to music and visit Helen Wiebe.

Monday evening supper guests of Clayton and Betty Wiebe were Ron and Delores Koehn of Galva and Robert and Dianne Toews of Inman.

A group of women gathered Friday afternoon at the home of Lela Wedel in Durham for an open house for the group since the Wedels moved to Durham. Guests were Karletta Wiebe and Janessa, Donita Rhodes, Sheryle Rhodes, Louise Ratzlaff and Rayletta, Linda Wedel, Nadine Davis, Lillian Wiebe, Barb Hiebert, Kathy Jantz, and Lea Isaac. Coffee and refreshments were enjoyed.

Ransom and Lillian Wiebe attended church services Sunday at Zion Church near Inman. They were dinner guests of Norman and Pearl Entz.

Gerald and Pam Unruh were visitors Saturday of Marcella Unruh.

Merlin and Karletta Unruh entertained guests for Sunday dinner at their home. They were Clayton and Betty Wiebe, Mark and Kris Wiebe and family, Mitchell and Carol Unruh and family, and Leonard Eicher.

Last modified Feb. 18, 2009

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