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Looking for manual grain bin jacks to buy, rent or borrow to move some grain bins. Contact Nancy Orr at 405-664-7630.


Looking for an Oklahoma history book published in 1935. I studied this book in sixth grade at Buffalo Valley School, but the book was discarded from the school in 1948 or 1949. Contact Louise Rose at 918-522-4406 or at 14886 SE 1030 Ave., Tuskahoma, OK 74574.


Looking for descendants of Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Crider from Cleveland, OK. I have their family Bible, which has the recorded births of David Silvester Crider on Feb. 21, 1874 and William Christopher in 1894. Contact Kellye Daniel at 580-921-3212 or at jankellye@yahoo.com.


Looking for someone to buy several thread sacks. There are different colors and patterns. I’m selling them for $10 plus shipping. Contact Henry Reilly at 918-371- 9383 or at 12110 N. 177th East Ave., Collinsville, OK 74021.


Looking for two cookbooks. One cookbook is the “1976 Bicentennial Recipe Book of Garvin County” and from the Garvin County Extension Home Makers. The other cookbook is the “1966 Garvin County Cookbook.” Contact Sharon McClatchey at 4467 W. 90th St. N., Porter, OK 74454-2645.


Looking for Boxtops for Education, Labels for Education and Campbells soup labels. These will be used to purchase equipment for a school. Please send boxtops and labels to Rose Legal at 20875 Valley West, Claremore, OK 740109. Contact Rose Legal at 918-341-0031 or at ral43@cox.net.


Reunions


The Newalla reunion will be held on August 22 at FBC Newalla Fellowship Hall at 10 a.m. For more information, contact Bill Derrick at 405-964-4377 or at Newalla Reunion, P.O. Box 606, McLoud, OK 74851.


The Sallisaw 1965 Class reunion will be held on September 4-5. All graduates and families are invited to attend. For more information, contact Gary Hart at 405-919-1988 or 3109 York Drive, Edmond, OK 73034.


The Roland High School reunion will be held on September 25-26 at the cafeteria for classes of 1923 and 1976. For more information, contact Jeannie Reichert at 479- 462-5989 or at jeanreichert@gmail. com.


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