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Looking for a hamburger spread recipe. It was made in the ‘40s and ‘50s. Contact P.M. Roberts at 204 South Curry St, West Plains, MO 65775.


Looking for train whistles, any size or condition. Contact Roscoe at 918-273-2866 or 918-440-1411.


Looking for a plug to my 1950s Westinghouse Roaster Oven. Contact Mary Ann Reinsch at 580-916-0364 or 1026 S. Texoma Road, Mead, OK 73449.


Looking for a propane tank, 200-250 gallons. Must be delivered. Contact Frances Ketner at 580-658-5984.


Looking for a Studebaker Dealership name emblem of Belew Motors. Willing to pay $100. Contact Larry Belew at 405-376-0664.


Looking for information on a person by the last name of Harris who owned and operated a taxi cab service in Wetumka, OK. The service was operating between the 1960s and 1970s. Contact Sampson Remis at 377098 East 1000 Road, Okemah, OK 74859.


Looking for people interested in school yearbooks. Cleveland County Genealogical Society has some from the towns of Tahlequah, Arapaho, Tonkawa, Hydro, Corn and Cordell, OK and Cabool, MO. For more information, contact 405-701-2100 or ccgs@csbi.org.


Looking for photos of our grandfather Caleb (Kay) Peterson. He is buried in Hitchita Lackey Cemetery. Send any photos to Gaye Thompson at HC 62 Box 98B, Eufaula, OK 74432 or wanteegaye@hotmail.com.


Looking for one yearling buffalo heifer lost northwest of Gage, OK. Contact Ken Sipe at 580-571-1052.


Looking for any Waldrip family members who are originally from Sayre, OK, specifi cally the descendants of Leo and Elsie Waldrip. Contact Vernon Waldrip at 719-649-9494.


Looking for a lost 1984 Noble High School class ring. It has a blue stone, a bear on one side, MLD engraved on the inside, and it was lost at Kindercare Daycare in Norman about 20 years ago. Contact Meegan Holman at 405-694-1040.


Looking for a bar that has a footrest and padded elbow rest. The back of the bar should have compartments for bottles and serving glasses and size should not exceed 7’ or be less than 6’ long. Contact Ken Myers at 408-888-8135.


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