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I’m looking for one of my best friends. Her name is Molita Clark, but we called her “Corky.” She and my husband worked together at Hitch I Feeders in Optima, Okla. Please call Shelby Logsdon at (580) 349-2813 or send responses to Box 663, Goodwell, OK 73939.


I am looking for information and pictures of Shawco Farms. They milked only Jersey cows and sold milk in quarts to the Safeway stores in Tulsa, OK. My dad worked for them from 1940- 1945. The farm was located on Mingo Rd. or the old hwy 75 across from the Douglas air plain manufacturer. The farm was owned by Judge Oris Shaw. We were there last week but everything was gone. Any information would be appreciated. Please e-mail responses to carolynnoling@ aol.com.


Looking for free (or really cheap) metal signs, car-truck- motorcycle tags, etc. for a home/personal project. Please send info to: Metal Signs, 970113 S. 3540 Rd., Sparks, OK 74869.


I am looking for a construction paper pattern of a candle in holder that we made at school when I was a little girl at Tuskahoma school to decorate our class room windows at Christmas time 70 plus years ago. I will reimburse postage plus a thank you card. My address is Laura Belle Aguirre, 17 Pinoak Lane, Broken Arrow, OK. 74014.


Looking for an instruction manual or owners manual for a HANDI-HO. This is a one wheel motorized garden cultivator made by Bolen’s back in the 50’s. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Please contact Dwain Strange at 336809 E 950 Rd, Wellston, OK 74881, or 405-258-135 or dwainstrange@ cotcwb.net.


Reunions


Everyone join us for the “Corn Town Celebration!” Events will be held all day Saturday,


September 3. Community worship service will be held on the Main Street Pavilion Sunday morning, September 4. Corn High School/Washita Heights High School Alumni Banquet will follow at noon at the Corn MB Church. Check “Corn Oklahoma 73024” on Facebook for more information or call (580) 343- 2255.


The Stillwater High School Class of 1966 will be having its 45 year class reunion Saturday, October 1. It will be held in Stillwater, Okla. at the Sherrar Activity Center at 702 S. Duncan Street from 4:30 to 11:30 p.m. No registration fee, ‘60s music and laughter. Call Douglas Wilsey at (405)624- 8839 or e-mail at dcwilsey@ sbcglobal.net


A Dorman Cousin Reunion will be held on Watermelon Festival Day, Saturday, August 13 at the Lions Den in Rush Springs. Plans include a “potluck” luncheon at noon and lots of visiting the rest of the day. For more information, call Annys Dorman Brantly at (580) 476-3329 or e-mail at joe@joedorman.com.


Keystone School Cenntenial Celebration will be held September 10, 2011 from 10 to 2 at Keystone School for anyone who has a connection to the school. If you have any old stories or pictures to share, please send copies of them to Keystone School, attention Karen Taylor, 23810 W. Hwy 51, Sand Springs, OK or email them to Ktaylor@keystone. k12.ok.us or check out our Facebook page titled Keystone School Centennial Celebration or call Karen Taylor at 918-


344-2350. Community Events


Gospel concert will be held August 6 at 7 p.m. at Inspiration Hill in Wellston, Okla. Inspiration Hill is located at 880669 S. 3330 Rd. (2 ½ miles north of Wellston). Call (405) 356-4051 for more information.


The “Out Back Toy and Poker Run” will be held Saturday, October 8 in Aline, Okla. Line up begins at 9:30 a.m. at the north end of Main Street. Poker Run Starts at 11:30 a.m., last in by 4 p.m. Highest hand wins $150, next two win $100, lowest wins $150. Hands cost $15 with a toy for a needy family. Music by “DJ Steve” will start at 2:00 p.m. at Last Stop. Live auctions start at 4:00 p.m. Homemade ice cream and cake served Friday night. Call Patsy or Larry to reserve your t-shirt at (580) 554- 1291 or (580) 554-1290.


Boats, Melons & BBQ - August 13 on Keystone lake. This annual event takes place at the New Mannford Ramp. Festivities begin at 9:00 am. Activities include cardboard boat races, kid’s fi shing derby, watermelon seep spitting contest, family games, infl atable water slide, rock climbing wall- ice cold watermelon, barbecue and live music. New to this year’s event will be a vintage vehicle


show and The Oklahoma Wake competition with over 150 competitors. For more information, visit www. mannfordbc.com.


The Williamsons Quartet from Weleteka, Ok and a Charter Member of the Oklahoma United Gospel Music Association (OUGMA) have been honored to have one of the songs written by Lisa Williamson and recorded by the group enter the Singing News National Top 80 Gospel Music Charts at number 47. Call your Local Gospel DJ and ask for “He’s Leading Me”. OL


Did you or your relatives make do during the Great Depression by wearing fl our feed sacks? Send us your photos, tell us your stories and


you could be featured in an upcoming edition of Oklahoma Living. Please mail responses to:


OKL: Attn: Feedsack Fashion, PO Box 54309 Oklahoma City, OK 73154


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