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Looking for Dale McDonald and Timothy Davenport. McDonald graduated from Stillwater High School and was the son of Leslie E. McDonald. Davenport lived in Cushing and once was pulled from the water and saved at the pool there. Contact Donna Bieri at 405-372-1533 or at 2023 W. 11th, Stillwater, OK 74074.


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Looking for 1956 Velma-Alma High School Album. Contact Anita Jones at 580-444-2143 or at 178001 N. 3030 Rd., Ratfl iff City, OK 73481-5820.


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