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like to have any information on his other children and their families for Trahern family history. My dad Haskell passed away in 1963 in California. Send information to Betty Odiarne, Rt. 1, Box 4030, Antlers, OK 74523.


Looking for a lid for my Jewel Tea cookie jar. Send information to Sharon McClatchey 4467 W 90th St. N, Porter, OK 74454-2654.


Looking for an antique hay loader. Send in- formation to Wayne Rowden at rowdyrow1@ hotmail.com or call 918-772-6074.


Looking for information and photos from anyone who was, knows or has family mem- ber who were on the Chisholm Trail as a drover, cook, wagon driver or trail boss and actual events of family, friends or letters that tell their information for our museum. Send information to Debra Levi Clifton at JSCF. trail@hughes.net or call 405-352-4797.


Looking for my lost high school class ring. It is gold with a blue stone; it has a badger on one side, and under the stone, and Class of 1978 on the other. My initials are engraved inside “ARG.” It is a size 10. It was lost in the Ponca City area about 25 years ago. Send


information to Alan R. Glasscock at agndg@ mbo.net or call 405-398-4547.


Looking for information on the recipie for Triple Chocolate Cupcakes that calls for 12.9 oz. chocolate pudding: Is it instant or cooked? Send information to Judy Thoma- son at anora38@gmail.com or call 405-663- 2323.


Looking for bed rails for dad’s old iron bed that were lost during a recent move. Very important that I fi nd replacements. Send information to Sharon at katydid44@yahoo. com or call 918-718-1377.


Looking for anyone who would have known my great-grandparents. His name was Sam Bradford and resided in LeFlore, Co., Okla. His daughter’s name was Sally. We need to know his fi rst wife’s name. Grandma Sally married Charlie Roberts my grandpa. They had three children; a boy and two girls; the boy passed away at birth. Daughters were Elsie and Ova. Send information to Wyvonne Wright at wyvonnewright4@gmail.com or call 918-567-2279.


Looking for people who are using solar or wind electric on or off the grid. We would


like to hear about pros and cons. Send in- formation to Elsie and Robby Monhollon at cavemaker@yahoo.com or call 918-865-7053.


Looking for a reputable company that installs steel piers under homes. Send infor- mation to Debbie Shumaker at debbieshu- maker@att.net or call 918-630-8292.


Community Events


Looking for descendants of the Peter and Mary Kleiss Alig family. Come and celebrate 119 years in Oklahoma! The Peter and Mary Alig Family Reunion will be held October 14, 2012, at 12:00 pm in the Holy Trinity Par- ish Hall in Okarche, Okla. A potluck dinner will be served following a family picture. So get ready, dig out those time-tested recipes and photo albums, call the family and head to the family reunion. You won’t know what and who you are missing if you don’t show up to celebrate 119 years in Oklahoma! Contact Kelley at 580-310-0426 or Richard at 405-263-4550.


Thank You


Thank you to all who sent me recipes for Copper Penny Salad. Some even had varia- tions I am eager to try. You all are the reason God made Oklahoma! Thanks again, M. Boydston.OL


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