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T H IS ‘N’ TH AT


plit Face-Fieldstone Aspen


is nature’s beef that is sumptuous and healthful to eat. Grass-fed and grass-finished in Texoma country, this beef is sold by the split-half quarters. If you want to eat beef that tastes like beef, and eat healthy too, log on to www.redriverbeef.com, or call 580-399-8423.


Looking for a lost someone or odds and ends? Trade off ideas at Oklahom Living’s This ‘N’ That!


Deadline for “This ‘N’ That” is the 10th of each month. Submissions will be published free of charge, and will run on a first-come, first-served basis. Oklahoma Living will not guarantee publication of all submissions. Visit www.ok-living.coop to send a submission or mail it to P.O. Box 54039, OKC-OK 73154-1309.


Lost and Found


Custom Manufactured Stone PHONE: 405.289.3330 CELL: 405.474.4135


Custom Manufactured Stone 32839 N. BRANGUS RD. ASHER, OK 74826


STACY PALMER Custom Colors & Stone Blends


Available Upon Request


STACY PALMER www.m-sstone.com 405-474-4135


32839 N. Brangus Rd. Asher, OK 74826


Heat Your Shop Hackett Canyon Gray


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Split Face-Fieldstone Cimarron Red


Split Face-Fieldstone Aspen


Drystacked Hackett Canadian Sand


Hackett Axial Fan Tubular Unit Heaters UHA-SERIES Golden Harvest For quick delivery, call


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French Villa Rustic Blend


Drystacked Ledgestone Carmel Ridge


French Villa Rustic Blend


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Custom Colors & Stone Blends Available Upon Request


Looking for someone interested in purchasing old United States paper money from 1890 to 1963. Call Mike at 405-585-7072 for more information.


Looking for someone who has in-


formation about George Washington Duckworth and Amanda Jane Quinn Duckworth. George died around Han- na, OK. in the 1900s and his wife Aman- da (a.k.a. Mandy Quinn and Amanda Jane Bunch). Their children were Jim, Willie, Horace, Walter, Laura, Callie and Minnie Duckworth. Please send infor- mation to Donna Hayes, 1008 Shady Grove Rd., McAlester, OK.


Looking for help finding my father George Douthier later changed to George Stilwell born August 20, 1915 died April 29, 1977. He is buried in Piney Cemetary in Westville, OK. Please send information to Carol Delanto, P.O. Box 205, Westville, OK 74965.


Looking for a doll hospital to restore slight damage done to face of 90-year- old doll. Please send information to Mrs. Sandra Arbogast, RR 6 Box 135, Eufala, OK 74432.


Looking for a quilt pattern called “Wedding Star.” Please send informa- tion to Ethareda Harp, P.O. Box 153, Lequire, OK 74943.


Looking for two starts of winter on-


ions. Will pay for postage or pick up if near Owasso. Call Dorothy at 918-272- 3735 for more information.


FourTrax® 2012 TRX500FM


$ SRP 6,899


Cash Discount & Bonus Bucks $900


Foreman® 4x4 Recommended for riders 16 years and older. $5,999


FourTrax® Foreman™ honda.com RECOMMENDED ONLY FOR RIDERS 16 YEARS AND OLDER.BE A RESPONSIBLE RIDER. RE- MEMBER, ATVS CAN BE HAZARDOUS TO OPERATE. FOR YOUR SAFETY, ALWAYS WEAR A HELMET, EYE PROTECTION AND PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, AND NEVER RIDE ON PAVED SURFACES OR PUBLIC ROADS. KEEP IN MIND THAT RIDING DOESN’T MIX WITH DRUGS OR ALCOHOL. HONDA RECOMMENDS THAT ALL ATV RIDERS TAKE A TRAINING COURSE AND READ THEIR OWNER’S MANUAL THOROUGHLY. For rider training information or to sign up for a rider training course, call the ATV Safety Institute at 1- 800-887-2887. Four- Trax ® , Foreman™ and Best on Earth™ are trademarks of Honda Motor Co., Ltd. (11/11)


800-750-5357 or 918-336-3800 • www.BartlesvilleCycleSports.com BARTLESVILLE, OK


8 OKLAHOMA LIVING


A few years ago, the Christian Church of Oklahoma counseled farmers whose farm loans went bad. The person that ran the AG Hotline was Mona Lee Brock, I got well acquainted with her. However, I lost touch with her about five years ago. I need to talk to her. She is around Madill or Durant. Call Don- ald Rikay at 405-756-5092.


Looking for Bell family members in


Bokchito area. Want info on my great grandfather M.C. Bell, born 1858 died 1909 in Jackson, OK. Married Jennie Rammey and had children A.L., Ger- trude and Effie Grace. Later married Dora A. Houchin and had Noah, Jake, Claud, Robert, Jack, Carl, Lorean and Mary Velora. Lived in the Bennington, OK area. Please send information to Mary Taylor at farmerdtr1@yahoo.com or call 918-321-3108.


Looking for any information on Wil- liam Sheppard who lived in or around the Sapulpa area in the 1920-1930s. He was married to Bessie Pearl Swan and they had two children Edna Clara Anna and William D.”Dee”. Please send in- formation to Becky Sprueill at 66201 E.240 Rd, Wyandotte, OK or e-mail bec- caspoorfarm61@yahoo.com.


Looking for “Box Tops for Education” donations for our small country school. Please send your box tops to Shelley Berry, Rt. 1 Box 38A, Hanna, OK 74845.


Looking for used books and educa- tion supplies for schools in Ghana and Kenya. Many times the only material they have is a blackboard for the teach- er. Call the Milburn High School Stu- dent Council at 580-443-5522 or e-mail Nellie Garone at nagarone@milburn. k12.ok.us for more information.


Looking for someone who attended a country school south of Perry called “Windy Center.” Would like to have a picture if one is available. Will pay for a copy and postage. Please send informa- tion to Cleta Aynes Rooker, 1075 Coun- ty St. 2920, Tuttle, OK 73089.


Looking for anyone who has a con- nection to the following people and ceremony: John Wesley Davis and Rho- dey Dalton, daughter of James A. Dal- ton and Sarah Wilson. Marriage bond date December 6, 1956, bond number 000133066. Please send information to Hazel Davis, 20750 E. CR 1140, Stigler,


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