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Byemoor/Endiang news

The latest from Byemoor and Endiang

By Les and Rosemary Stulberg

The weather seems to be the topic of conversation lately.

Temperatures are dipping low and the frigid weather reminds one of the old-fashioned winters of years gone by.

Fortunately, we did have pretty decent weather for late fall and early winter so one could expect to pay for it sooner or later.

Everyone will be looking forward to warmer temperatures in the New Year.

Until then, stay warm everybody.

Sympathy is extended to the family of Maxine Benson who passed away in Red Deer on Dec. 28, 2021.She was 90.

Maxine and her late husband Lloyd Benson farmed northeast of Endiang in the 1950s and early 1960s.

They had three girls: Judy, Clara and Marjorie.

They sold the farm to Lloyd and Elsie Holdsworth and moved to Calgary in 1961.

Our thoughts are with Maxine’s daughters: Judy (Doug) Reeves, Clara Abram and Marj McGuire and their families in their sad loss.

Maxine’s cheery personality will long be remembered.

Happy 93rd birthday wishes are sent to Jeanne (nee Walker) Sinclair of Stettler.

Jeanne celebrated her special day on Dec. 28.

Best wishes from your Endiang – Byemoor friends for many more, Jeanne.

Keep in mind, the next pizza night at the Byemoor Hotel will be on Jan. 8.

News of local interest is always welcomed.

We don’t get to hear all the happenings so certainly appreciate it when folks pass along news items they think would be of interest to the readers of the Byemoor – Endiang column.

Share by phone, text, email, Facebook or stop by for a visit — what ever works for you.

Cold weather humour —

“It’s so cold my teeth were chattering all night. I wasn’t even wearing them.”

“Does shivering count as exercise?”

“It’s so cold out teenagers are wearing their pants pulled all the way up.”

“Due to freezing temperatures customers are urged to wear two pairs of pajamas to Walmart.”

“One a positive note, I haven’t seen any mosquitoes in weeks.”