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THIS 'N' THAT  |  February 2016

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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

Looking for Mitt Coats Crawford’s and Sude Coats Gann’s gravesites. Both were born after the Civil War and two of their brothers, Willam and John Coats, are buried in Atnon, OK. Their brother Jerry Coats is buried in Dale, OK. Contact Earnest Eugene Chesser at 9500 Peggy Lane, Mustang, OK 73064 or at 405-376-1779.

Looking for places to visit in Oklahoma this summer that are 3-to-10-year-old friendly. I have OK Travel guides but I’m looking for quirky restaurants, a scenic tour, history filled places, fun animal attractions or anything that’s neat or a well kept Oklahoma secret. Contact Sydney Coleman at 429283 Hwy 266, Checotah, OK 74426.

Looking for a rubberized spray-on to keep my metal roof from leaking. Contact Billy Fricks at 901 Morgan Lane, Muldrow, OK 74948.

Looking for VHS tapes made from 1970-2000 at the Bethel Acres Community Building and Tecumseh City Hall about a monthly music dinner with family and friends. Contact Lorettia Shepherd at 405-273-0833 or at Lorettia37@yahoo.com.

Looking for anyone by the name of Pittman. My great aunt, Sarah, was married to a Pittman. Contact Purma Roberts at 204 S. Curry St., West Plains, MO 65775-3912.

Looking for information on James Elijah Clark and Mae Wilkerson’s family. They were originally from Ft. Smith and got married in LeFlore County in 1901. Contact Zachary Stephens at 580-628-0642 or at zwstephens74653@gmail.com.

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Community Events


The 2017 Annual Friends of the Library Book Sale will be held on Feb. 25 - 26  from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. in the Oklahoma Exposition Hall at the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds. Admission is free. More than 600,000 books, music, movies and audio books covering a wide range of subjects, both fiction and non-fiction, will be for sale. Prices are from 50 cents and up. Contact Heidi Port at 405-606-3763 or email friends@metrolibrary.org. OKL Article End