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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.


Richard Cochran passed away this past year and I have deeds for cemetery lots and a picture of William and Virginia Reese at their marriage on May 21, 1911. They are are buried at Highland Cemetery in Durant. Contact Phyllis Larimer at P.O. Box 605, Piedmont, OK 73078 or 405-202- 3438.


Looking for Paul Franklin Hall. He picked cotton in Canute, OK in the 1950s. Contact Doris Wilson Gay at 918-755-4478.


Looking for a pie cookbook just for pies. Contact Linda Shelton at 918-358-2358.


Looking to buy blue or pine fi nish Ethan Allen end tables, two drawers with white knobs, three on each drawer. Contact Sharon McClatchey, 4467 W. 90th St. North, Porter, OK 74454-2645.


Looking to buy an 8-foot R.V. slide in whatever shape it is in. Also, a small J.D. Swather 10 foot or smaller. Contact Billy at 620-655-2664.


Looking for a Chocolate Bread recipe. Contact B. Roberts, 12738 N. 2180 Rd., Rocky, OK 73661.


Looking for a family member of Chester L. Nichols; A/1C, AF 18280278, HQ Sect, SQDN 3700 ABGP. He spent some service at Lackland Airforce Base in San Antonio, TX. I have an article of interest to his family from Wilburton, OK in 1954. Contact Inez at 918-966-2184.


Looking for smocking patterns for pillows, a popular item in the ‘60s and ‘70s. Will pay for patterns and reimburse postage. Contact Dorie Shingledecker at P.O. Box 699, Blanchard, OK 73010.


Looking for parts for Federal airtight cast iron wood burning heater FA264CCL. Contact Dorothy Thompson at 16069 CR 1592, Ada, OK 74820 or 580-436-0064.


Thank You


Thank you to all who responded to my Pen Pal request. The response has been wonderful. Thank you to Oklahoma Living for running it. Sincerely, Shirley Pierce.


Thank you to all the lovely ladies who sent me “Shrimp Vera Cruz” recipes. The one I am still looking for is nearly all rice, cheese, shrimp and a tiny bit of onion, served hot as a main dish. It was served at a Mexican restaurant in Ponca City in the ‘70s and ‘80s on South 14th Street. Contact Mrs. Raymond Simons, 201 S. Magnolia Ave., Newkirk, OK 74647.


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