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Looking for my lost brother, Johnny Edward Brown, who was born on July 1, 1968. His mother, Nellie, and my father married on May 26, 1968. After they divorced, my dad relin- quished his parental rights so Nellie’s new hus- band could adopt Johnny. Contact Connie Parker at 918-544-6993 or at mooneyez43@ya- hoo.com.


Looking for old fashioned Cockscomb seeds. I will pay a reasonable price and postage. Contact Norene Riddle at 580-572-9275 or at 580-370-5130.


Looking for a biscuit recipe card from Grandma’s Kitchen. There is sugar in the recipe and it comes in a recipe packet. Contact Sharon McClatchey at 4467 W. 90th St. N., Porter, OK 74454-2645.


Looking for 1 or 2 skeins of Red Heart Baby Econo yarn. The color is light pink and the dye lot is 05 3 7455. Contact Brenda Skaggs at 918- 931-9014 or at brenda-skaggs@sbcglobal.net.


Looking for Best Choice UPC labels to help our working missionaries. Send labels to Springs Church at 4700 S. 129th W. Ave., Sand Springs, OK 74063. Contact Carla Johnson at 918-363- 8142 or at carlajj52@gmail.com.


Looking for my long lost friend, Kay Lundy. She lived in Okmulgee, OK and her mother, Elma Cowand, is in a nursing home there. Contact Ralph Webster at 6612 S. Johnnie Terrace, Oklahoma City, OK 73149.


Looking for Augustus Bohannon Dobbs’ rela- tives. I am Martha Dobbs Preston’s great grand- daughter and looking for her information. Dobbs was born in 1819 and married Martha H. Guen/Guin/Gwinn. Dobbs also had a sister,


Mahala Dobbs, who married Brady Pride. Martha Dobbs Preston had a sister, Dollie Irene Dobbs Preston, who lived with Martha’s son, my grandpa, Harry Preston in Cromwell, OK. Martha had relatives living in Eufala, Sapulpa and Bristow, OK. Contact Linda Hume at 405- 452-3454 or at cuboki@yahoo.com.


Looking for Sude Coats Gann and Mitt Coats Crawford’s descendants. Their sister, Alice Coats Ingram, was my grandmother. They were all born shortly after the Civil War. Contact Earnest E. Chesser at 405-376-1779 or at 9500 Peggy Lane, Mustang, OK 73064.


Looking for a copy of the song, “I’ll Stroll Over Heaven.” Contact Norma Freeman at 433219 E. 310 Road Vinita, OK 74301.


Looking for scrap material or remnants for a project. Contact E. Owens at 580-564-7693 or at jcfxc@att.net.


Reunions


The Broddrick annual reunion will be held on July 2 in Sayre, OK. For more information, con- tact 580-928-2280.


Community Events


The Gospel Concert at Inspiration Hill featur- ing “The Williamsons” and Paige Norman Perry will be on July 2 at 7 p.m. A love offering will be received. Contact Karen Sanderson at 405-356-4051.


The Okfuskee County Oklahoma Home and Community Education will hold an Arts & Crafts Show at the Okfuskee County Fair Barn on July 14-16. For more information, contact Terri Johnson at 405-932-4670.


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