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Looking for one or two acres with well, fi x-upper around Denver corner. Contact Margaret Metcalf, P.O. Box 127, Canadian, OK 74425.


Looking for my great grandpa William D. Coker’s death date and burial place. His wife’s name was Emily Valentine (McBee) Coker and his father’s name was Samuel Thomas Coker. He was born in 1849 and died after 1920. He lived in Peggs, OK and I heard he was buried near Tahlequah, OK. Contact Judy Manning at 405-794-5882 or at promise555@sbc.global. net.


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Looking for Tom Coe and Audie Copeland Coe Spruill’s descendants. Audie was my dad, Elton Copeland’s, sister. I am trying to complete my family tree. Contact Laverne Copeland Beisch at 580-467-1933 or at llb41739@srcaccess.net.


Looking for a copy of the Oklahoma Extension Homemakers Golden Anniversary Cookbook from 1935 - 1985. Contact Treasa Morgan at 918-869-2609 or at mother_t@ suddenlink.net.


Looking for ground venison recipes. Contact Sydney Coleman at 918-688-9508 or at 429283 Hwy 266, Checotah, OK 74426.


Found a postcard at a garage sale in Brighton, CO. The card was mailed October 1950 and


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the sender is Margie Cook Linwood in Oklahoma City. Contact Margaret Schieber at 22020 SW 89, Union City, OK 73090.


Found a lady’s college ring at a lake near Stillwater. The ring is from Kansas State College in Pittsburgh, PA. It looks like 1964 or 1969 numerals and on the inside are the initials LLT. Contact Margaret Schieber 22020 SW 89, Union City, OK 73090.


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