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Looking for a pen pal. Interests are church, family and anything country. Contact Lajeanna Stopp at 12300 Hectorville Rd., Mounds, OK 74047.


Looking for a lost recipe for “Candied Apples” made out of zucchini slices for apples and red hot candies for sugar. Contact S. Wilkins, 36187 S. Sky View Drive, Park Hill, OK 74451.


Looking for leather labels from blue jeans. Any brand you have, I need. I will reimburse for postage if you include return address. Contact Anita Williams, 85 1st St., Eufala, OK 74432 or


Tommy Williams, 191 S. Kate Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73129.


Looking for good homes for 2 to 6-month-old cats and 3 ½ - 4-month-old cats. Contact Patsy at 580-678-0963.


Looking for a purchaser for a 1959 Webster’s New International Dictionary. Contact Donna at 405-742-7674.


Looking for an old friend whose maiden name was Josephine Six. She would be about 76 years old now. She lived in Locust Grove, OK in 1953. Contact Deloris Gaither Hancock at 918-266-5752 or at 918-809-5664.


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Looking for information on Jonathon W. Davis and his wife Porthana. They were from the Carolina states and traveled the Trail of Tears in the 1820s or ‘30s. Also looking for descendants of Strangemon Modglin, Elizabeth Modglin-Rose and her husbands Thomas Rose and George Washington Lackey. These people have English nobility and tribal bloodline connections. Contact Hazel Davis-Clark at 20750 E. CR 1140, Stigler, OK 74462 or at 918-967-2648.


Looking for a copy of “Newton County (Arkansas) Family History Volume One.” I have family in it. Reasonable price paid. Contact Earl J. Agee at 6701 Dorsett Dr., Bartlesville, OK 74006 or 918-335-2170.


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