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Good Eats IN SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA


Pumpkin Bread Contributed by Maxine Byrd, CEC’s Holiday Collection Cookbook


INGREDIENTS 1 tsp nutmeg


1 tsp. cinnamon 2 tsp. soda 1 ½ tsp. Salt 3 1/3 c. flour 3 c. sugar


4 eggs 1 c. oil


1-lb. can pumpkin ½ c water


1 c. chopped pecans


Directions In large bowl, mix first 6 ingredients. Mix next 4 ingredients and add dry ingredients. Mix with mixer and add pecans. Pour into well greased loaf pan. Bake 350°F. for 1 hour.


Play Dough Contributed by Tylie House, Creating Edible Creation for Kids


INGREDIENTS ½ c salt 1 c. flour


2 tsp. cream of tartar 1 c. water


1 T. cooking oil Food coloring


DIRECTIONS In thick-bottomed plan, mix salt, flour, and cream of tartar. Add cooking oil to water and a few drops of food coloring. Mix all ingredients together. Cook ingredients over low heat, stirring until it forms a thick ball. Cook for approximately 3 minutes. Turn onto table and knead. Keep in sealed container.


How to submit a classified ad


Ads must be received by the 10th of the month. Submit ads online at www.choctawelectric.coop, or mail to:


Jennifer Boling, CEC Inside Your Co-op, PO Box 758, Hugo, OK 74743.


FREE CLASSIFIED ADS FOR CEC MEMBERS ■ BOATS,MOTORCYCLES &ATVs


24 ft. Fishing Pontoon, 115hp, Johnson motor, trailer w/new 700-15 8 ply tires, AM/FM radio w/ CD player, $4,395. See it on Stevens Gap Road in Hochatown. 580-494-6774.


2007 Weekend Warrior Superlite 31’ Toy Hauler travel trailer. Sleeps 7+. Full kitchen, bath, etc. Chrome wheels, screened porch cover, 20’ canopy. Really clean and sharp. 580-584-9299 or 903-949-1629.


■ CARS, PICKUPS &RVs


1994 Ford F150, regular cab, long bed, 4x4 (limited slip front and rear axle. All 4 wheels pull when 4 wheel drive is engaged.) Auto trans, 300 cc 6 cyl. 91,500 miles. $2650 OBO. 580-420- 6989.


Restored Classic Z28 1967 or 1968 Camaro. 1997 Plymouth Bonneville, doesn’t run. Make an offer. 580-298- 5084 or 580-513-1050.


■ LIVESTOCK


For sale: 4 Saasen milk goats, 2 young Nanny’s and 2 young Billy Goats. 580-241-5402 or 580-306-5405.


Team of mules w/ red cypress wagon, matching harness in excellent condition. Mules will work or plow. 580-728-2727.


■MISCELLANEOUS


Quilts for sale, #2 churn w/ dasher, $35, and wooden churn w/ dasher $50. 580-306-5405


1000 gal. diesel tank w/ pump. 580-326-2541


Ads may be submitted by email to jboling@choctawelectric.coop.


Ads must include a valid telephone number or email address. Please include your name, mailing address, telephone number, email address and CEC account number.


Solid Wood table w/ 2 benches and 2 captain’s chairs. Charbroil quickset grill w/ 2 propane tanks. 580-298-5084 or 580-513-1050.


Big Cedar Excavation, farm & ranch services, backhoe & dozer work, material hauling, brush hogging, tree removal and stump grinding. 580-271-0979


Antique Stanley miter box stiff back saw, moulding plane w/ 3 wood molding planes, grinding wheel, double Coleman lantern Instant Lite, pat. 1929, Rough cut 6” dry Cherry wood. 580-420-6963


■ PETS


HAVN Low Cost Spaying and Neutering. 580-873-2491 or 580-317-5026.


Ark of McCurtain County offers discount spay/neuter services +mobile spay/neuter services. 580-236-2275.


■ REAL ESTATE


Fully furnished 2BR, 1.5BA home for sale in Smithville. House sits on 2 joining creeks, located 1/8 mi. from Mt. Fork River on 1.5 ac. Long covered porch, standalone fireplace. Must see to appreciate. 903-783-1195 for appointment.


Log home, 2BR, 2BA, plus 1BR cabin in back, storage buildings on 5.61 acres. River at back of property. $125,000 918-569-4272 or 479-248-2899,


Land for sale, 4 to 25 acres with easy access to rural water and electricity. North of Wright City, 580-236-1945.


Please tell us if you wish to buy, sell or trade your merchandise or service, and the section it should appear under: Real Estate, Cars/Pickups/ RVs, Boats/Motorcycles/ATVs, Livestock, Farm Equipment, Pets or Miscellaneous.


CEC reserves the right to edit or reject ads.


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