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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 54309, OKC-OK 73154-1309.


Lost and Found


Looking for a recipe for chicken cacciatore that came in a pamphlet with a Rival slow cooker in the 70s; also looking for informa- tion on Compliment Cooking Sauces and where to find them. Send information to Della Longhofer at P.O. Box 593, Shattuck, OK 73858.


Looking for a recipe for white or pinto bean soup. Thanking in advance. Send informa- tion to Virgina Green, 9115 Fillmore Rd., Beggs, OK 74421.


Looking for recipes from church dinners. I am trying to get a church dinner cookbook together. Send information, along with the church you are representing to Terry Head, Box 235, Forgan, OK 73938 or email sil- lynut5@yahoo.com.


Looking for descendants of my great grand- father, J.M. Julien. He had a daughter, Ha-


zel. Hazel had a half sister, Jessie Mae Long. Send information to Jan Martin, 66925 S 318 Rd., Chouteau, OK, 74337.


Looking for descendants of my great grand- mother, Effie Newton, born Aug. 18, 1889, at Republic, Mo. Send information to Jan Martin, 66925 S 318 Rd., Chouteau, OK 74337.


Looking for a small male neutered minipin doxie. He has been missing since July 2010. He has a long tail and his ears fold over. He is also black and tan with white on his chin; he is 7 years old. He was last seen in the Lib- erty Mounds area. I am offering a reward. Send information to Joey Joes at ride- awayjj@yahoo.com or call 918-720-2372. Looking for information on my great- grandfather. His last name was Flowers, he was my grandmother Opal Mae Flow- ers Lucas’s father. I am not sure of his first name; it was either Harry or Charles. He


was married to Oma Brown. She married a Pangle later. Any information would be helpful. Send information to Sherry Gott- fried at sgottfried@stillwater-medical.org or call 405-372-5624.


Looking for information on Oliver Stephen “Jack” Bell. He was born in the Stanley/ Clayton area in 1914. His mother’s name was Mary Jane Broyles.


The Adair County Retired Educators in conjunction with the Adair County His- torical & Genealogical Association are preparing a history of the schools of Adair County. We are interested in information about Wauhillau, Rabbit Trap, and Mul- berry Schools. E-mail photos or stories with the Subject “Schools” to achandga@wind- stream.net, mail it to ACHandGA, One Hwy. 59 S, Stilwell, OK 74960. Bring items by the restored KCS Depot, where ACHan- dGA is located, or call at 918-696-2535.


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