The Durham Alumni was held Saturday, May 28 at the Durham Community Building. It was the first time for a catered meal. All in attendance for the banquet were well pleased with the great amount of fried chicken and all the trimmings. A lot of good visiting and promises for next years return was heard throughout the afternoon. There were twenty six graduates in attendance. I.V. Gray from Fullerton, California traveled the furthest, 1197 miles. Pat Collins traveled the least miles. Oldest present was Russ Gambrel and youngest, Jack Moon’s great grandson. Tom Goodwin and Albert Smith were the oldest alumnus present. The last class to graduate Durham was 1957 and this years crowd was made up of many who started to school at Durham and finished at Reydon. There were sixteen present at the banquet who graduated from Reydon. There were three first timers. Pearl Hall who attended first and second grade at Durham, and Bette and Linda, daughters of Edward and Hazel Cole Petersen. There were four graduates, Milton Hughes, Pauline Lippencott, Pansy Graham, and Frank McKean and one teacher, Bula May Sides who have passed since last alumni.