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This ‘N’ That


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Lost and Found


Looking for descendants of Elizabeth Modglin- Rose. Her mother was Strangemon Modglin. Elizabeth was married to George W. Lackey and had two sons named James and John Rose. James Rose moved to Washington County in Arkansas. George and Elizabeth moved to Fannin County in Texas before Texas’ statehood. Contact Hazel Davis Clark at P.O. Box 37, LeQuire, OK 74943.


Looking for U.S. military veterans to enroll in the VA-Regional offi ce. Participants will receive occupational rehabilitation to help lessen mental and physical stress to a veteran’s body. Contact Hazel Davis Clark at P.O. Box 37, LeQuire, OK 74943.


Looking for descendants of Sarah Oxford. She was an ancestor to the Davis, Guise, Kuykendall, West, Montague, Jones and Lackey families. Contact Hazel Davis Clark at P.O. Box 37, LeQuire, OK 74943.


Looking to buy back my kid saddle I sold in Marlow in the early ‘50s. There are the initials ‘CWC’ on the cantle. Contact Clinton Cole at 918-786-5553 or ccole-grove@att.net.


Looking for descendants of Molly Bell Johnson. Her sister, Izora Bell Tanner of Dallas, Texas, was my grandmother. Contact Betty Tanner Patterson at 918-649-5895 or email betan_74942also@ya- hoo.com.


Found baby pictures of Edna Pearl Porter, wife of William Mynhier, Emma, Woodrow William and Mary Edna Grandfi eld. Alvin Mynhier was my grandfather and if any descendants want the photos, they may have them. Contact Jim Moon at 405-789-2563 or email smoon107@aol.com.


Looking for Sherry Allan Harris. She was my best friend in junior high and at Capital Hill High School. I’ve been looking for her for 10 years. Contact Janet Mercer at 405-376-3067 or email janet_mercer2003@yahoo.com.


Looking for anyone who served aboard the USS Agerholm DD826. Contact Jerry Gray at 918- 358-3715 or at 51490 S. 36300 Rd., Cleveland, OK 74020.


Looking for “Boxtops for Education” and “Labels for Education.” Our schools use them to pur- chase playground equipment and supplies. Contact Rose Legel at 918-341-0031 or at 20875 Valley West Drive, Claremore, OK 74019.


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Looking for “Boxtops for Education” for Vian Elementary School. I am collecting them to raise money for new playground equipment. Contact Jan Herod at 918-705-1334 or at P.O. Box 1523, Vian, OK 74962.


Community Events


A “Ministry in Mission” Bazaar will be held November 4 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Kingston United Methodist Church in Kingston. It will be a traditional turkey lunch and dinner. An auction will be held at 6 p.m. for various items. There will also be crafts, old treasures and a bake sale. For more information contact Kingston United Methodist Church at 580-564-3051 or email kingstonumc@sbcglobal.net.


Harvest Hills Christian School fundraising din- ner and silent/live auction will be held November 5 from 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at 9713 N. County Line Rd, Yukon. Dinner will be at 5:30 p.m. in the cafeteria. Bidding for silent auction begins at 6 p.m. with the live auction beginning at 7 p.m. For more information contact Harvest Hills Christian School at 405-721-1920.


EVERY DAY, OKLAHOMA KIDS ARE USING TOBACCO.


67,000 OKLAHOMA KIDS are current tobacco users ...and it’s not just cigarettes.


Use of e-cigarettes among Oklahoma high school students


MAKE TIME TO TALK.


Help your child avoid a lifetime of addiction and disease. Talk to them about the dangers of tobacco.


1. BE STRAIGHTFORWARD – GIVE THEM THE HONEST FACTS. 2. TALK EARLY AND OFTEN – START TODAY. 3. HELP YOUR CHILD LEARN TO SAY “NO.” 4. MAKE IT A TWO-WAY CONVERSATION. 5. LEAD BY EXAMPLE – BE TOBACCO FREE.


HAS RISEN 200% in just 2 years.


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17.3% of


male high school students use


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