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THIS 'N' THAT  |  March 2016

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Lost and Found

Looking for quilters who are interested in swapping or purchasing kits or stash that need a new home. Contact Joy Bruce at 918-233-7074 or at joyebruce@hughes.net.

Looking for Joseph A. Mitchell’s relatives. Mitchell was born on June 22, 1862 and died on December 14, 1909. He was buried in Wade cemetery in Wade, OK. Contact Gaylene Wells at 580-847-2290 or at 6branch@wildblue.net.

Looking for my great-grandmother, Lula J. McAdams’, burial spot in Cade cemetery in Bryan County. My grandmother married William Mozell Moore in 1866 or 1868 and she was buried at the cemetery on August 25, 1914. Contact Elizabeth Fitzgerald at fitz0516@yahoo.com.

Looking for information on Nathan J. Johnson. He was born between 1927-1928. Contact Frances M. Ketner at 277219 Caddo Rd., Marlow, OK 73055-3086.

Looking for cotton seeds to plant with my grandchildren. Contact Juanita Phipps at 1321 S. Parotte, Ripley, OK 74062.

Looking for my old friend, Patsy Goad. The last time I saw and talked to her she lived in Muskogee, OK. Contact Christine Reese at 918-869-6296.

Looking for adopted individuals or birth parents/siblings searching for their adopted child/sibling. Contact Carolen Davis at 405-259-0289.


Carl Albert High School is organizing a reunion in June for alumni from 1964-1969. Contact David Baker at 405-737-3952 or david_baker@cox.net, Debby Glover Cave at 405-305-6017 or oklanomad@sbcglobal.net, or Rita Matlock D’Andrea at 405-209-6796 or dandreas1@cox.net.

Community Events

The Chisholm Trail 150th Coalition will host a free presentation to the public on April 6 at 6:30 p.m. Kathy Dickson, director of museums and historic sites, will discuss the myth and reality of the trail named after Cherokee trader Jesse Chisholm. For more details, contact Murrell Home at 918-456-2751 or 19479 Murrell Home Rd, Park Hill, OK 74451.OKL Article End