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Looking for a lost someone or odds and ends? Trade off ideas at Oklahoma 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 fi rst-come, fi rst-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 54309, OKC-OK 73154-1309.


Lost and Found


Looking for items for historical display. The Civil Air Patrol is gathering artifacts illustrating the history of CAP to be taken on tour to libraries in Oklahoma. Send information to Paulette at info@capstarbase.org or call at 918-252-7808.


Looking for the J.C. Penny’s snow globes they give away on Black Friday. I need 2006, 2008 and 2011. I have extra from 2007, 2009 and 2010. I will trade or buy and/or pay for shipping. Call Shirley Bray at 918-464-2830 or email at sbray@crosstel.net.


Looking for seeds of these plants: Cucuzzi Squash, Chinese Okra, Snake Gourd (King Cobra) and Lebanese Zucchini. Send information to Shirley Tockey, 367638 E. 5030 Rd., Cleveland, OK 74020.


Looking for a start of muskidine wild grape. Call Glendora Toney Beisly at 918-244-1134.


Looking for a little dog just to love and help. If anyone has one to give away, I promise she would have a good home. Ideally, we would like a female, half-breed Collie. Call “Dog Seeker” at 918- 550-2391.


Looking for seeds for a melon. My mom called it a “Cob Melon.” The seeds formed together to make a small cob. The melon had a mellow sweet snow white fl esh. The rind was mottled with green spots. Send information to Rosemary Parker, 28258 SR 22, Caddo, OK 74729.


Looking for wood shop power tools. Call Edward Fruits at 405- 279-4613.


Looking for “Boxtop” donations for our school. Send information to Ruth Riddle, 890105 S. 3580 Rd., Stroud, OK 74079.


Looking for any descendants of G.W. Robertson married to Sarah A. on a 1876 Missouri census. Their children were James, Joseph, Perry, Elzada, Lillian, Rosanne, George and Sarah. They were in McDonold County, MO. Later they moved to Lamar County, TX. Send information to Herbert O. Robertson, P.O. Box 742, Cleveland, OK 74020 or call at 918-358-5198.


Looking for help identifying an object. I’ve been told it went on the hood of some kind of automobile. It looks like a raven or an eagle. It is made of brass and stands on a brass ball. Send information to Carolyn


Where Have The Quail Gone? OKLAHOMA


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research projects to look at the quail decline.


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