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THIS 'N' THAT  |  June 2018

Browse submissions from our co-op members, trade off ideas and submit your requests or ideas at the bottom of this page.

Deadline for “This ‘N’ That” is the 10th of each month. Submissions will be published free of charge, and will run on a first-come, first-served basis. Oklahoma Living will not guarantee publication of all submissions. 

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Lost and Found

Found a ring with Elizabeth M. Coats’ name inscribed on the inside. Contact Valgene Gill at valgenegill@gmail.com or 405-512-7688. 

Looking for copies of a green cookbook, Oklahoma Extension Homemakers Golden Anniversary Cookbook. Contact Dixie Snyder at 918-482-5496. 

Looking for fabric scraps to make 5-inch quilt squares for local volunteer fire departments. Contact Linda Ruf at pistachio48@yahoo.com or 580-782-3306. 

Looking for my 1961 Medicine Lodge High School senior ring. It is gold with no stone. Contact Carol at 405-722-2291. 

Looking for a family member related to Eunice May Caraker Thiessen. She was born in Texas in 1904 and died in Missouri 1986. Her parents were Charles and Alice Caraker. She had two brothers named Charles and William Caraker, and two sisters named Cara Emma and Harriet. Contact Cindy Wood at 17545 Dove Dr., Claremore, OK 74019. 

Found High School ring from 1956 with “R.B.L.” inside. Contact Bonnie Williams at 620-660-8475. 

Looking for a lost class ring from Okmulgee High School class of 1965. It was lost in the Broken Bow area in the early ‘80s. The ring is gold with “SWB” inscribed on the inside, no stone and oil dierks where a stone would be. Contact Sherri Harkey at 580-236-2313. 

Looking for Virginia Arnold, who is 68 years old. Her parents and brother died when she was 6 years old, so she was raised by grandparents on a farm in Woco. Call Skipper Rollins at 405-200-3569. 

Looking for Genuine Stoneware—Lorraine dinnerware. Contact Sue Lillie at suelillie@yahoo. com or 58-048–73767. 

Looking for architectural items for garden: old wrought iron items, fencing, gates, trellis, arbors, table bases, a concrete water fountain, bird baths, or statues. Contact Denise Tietz at 405-624-7474 or tietz74@aol.com. 

Looking to talk to birth families searching for children adopted out in Oklahoma. Contact Carolen Davis at littlenochi@gmail.com.  

Community Events

Plumb Theatre will have weekly shows each Friday and Saturday night in June. Fridays will feature all gospel music with Paul and Mattie Maloy. Saturdays will feature country music. The theater will be closed June 9. Plumb Theatre is located on 16505 State Highway 9 E. in Eufala. For more information, contact Mattie Maloy at 918-452-2020 or plumbmus@crosstel.net. 

The Barn Quilt Bonanza is an Oklahoma “first” to be conducted for the next three years. These Bonanzas will support rural development of barn quilt trails in Oklahoma, ultimately encouraging tourism in rural areas, thus stimulating local economies. The free admission Bonanza offers a barn quilt coloring contest for youth in three age categories with cash prizes, on-site barn quilt painting competitions for individuals and teams, a “bring your best” barn quilt contest, and free space for barn quilt painters to “show or sell.” On June 9, awards will be announced and a special presentation of gifts and cloths “Quilt of Valor” will take place to recognize local veterans. For more information, contact Recia Garcia at 580- 370-0384 or recia.garcia@okstate.edu. 

Reunions

The Greenwood-McAnally reunion will be from 3-10 p.m. Saturday, June 16 under the pavilion at Leonard Park in Gainesville, Texas. 

The Cowden School Reunion is Friday, July 6 at the Cowden Community Center, starting at 2 p.m. Bring finger foods and be ready to visit and have a good time; Saturday, July 7 at the Cordell School Cafeteria: Banquet and Business Meeting is at 5 p.m. Registration starts at 2 p.m. Cost is $12.50 per person. Contact Annetta at 405-642- 4557. OKL Article End