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• Lawn mowers, running or not. 313- 1605 or 468-4002.


• Beatles memorabilia. Carla, 386- 2454.


• Metal detecting: looking for places to hunt, find your treasure, we leave no mess. Richard, 387-5425.


• ‘60-early ‘70s model pop-up tent camper trailer. Walt, 615-3652.


• ’98-’00 Ford Explorer body that fits a 4.0L engine, prefer ’99; good heavy-duty car dolly. 386-4205.


NOTICES & ANNOUNCEMENTS


• OEC will hold a sealed-bid auction on the 2nd Tuesday of each month to dispose of unused items. April items include a 8'x8' storage bldg & 8'x40' cargo container. Call 217-6756 the day before for item listing.


• Noble High School celebrating 100 yrs, 1913-2013. Centennial celebration scheduled for Jun 7-8, golf


tournament, entertainment,


visitation, & banquet. Call Joyce Carle. 872-5157.


• Bluegrass banjo workshop/concert/ jam; Apr 13, 6:30 pm; three bands on stage w/jamming rooms; 3925 SE 29, Del City; Greater Oklahoma Bluegrass Music Society (nonprofit org); $6; 677-7515.


• Slaughterville's Annual Community Clean Up Recycling Event, 4/13 9 a.m. – 2 p.m., Town Hall & Fire Station #3, NE corner Highway 77 and Slaughterville Rd.: old appliances, scrap metal, vehicle batteries, tires (off rims), motor oil, electronics, NO TRASH. 872-3000.


• Slaughter vi l le Fi ref ighter s Auxiliary Annual Garage Sale will be held on Apr 13 from 8:00- 2:00 at the fire station at Hwy 77 & Slaughterville Rd. Donations accepted, no clothes. available.


Lunch


• Franklin Methodist Church garage sale, May 3-4, 6am-6pm, furniture, collectables, household,


tools,


appliances, misc. 7311 E Franklin Rd, Norman.


• Consign now to the Mini Horses and Donkey Sale to be held May 4 at Grady County Fairgrounds. Mini tack will also be sold. 850-0847.


WANTED , and other


Guns


Rifl es - Handguns - Shotguns We have over 2,000


New & Used Guns In Stock


MUSTANG PAWN and GUN


376-3833 Tue-Sat 9-6 • 126 W Hwy 152


WE BUY GUNS (Fair Top Prices Paid)


PAID ADS


• Hauling: dump truck, sand, gravel, fill dirt, rock. 990-4291.


• American Blinds & Shutters: Off- duty fireman, window treatments for home or business. Free estimates, 245-5502 or 381-2007.


• Computer & phone lines: Off-duty fireman. Installation, repair, trouble shooting, etc. 245-5502 or 381-2007.


Mark Grider


Got Junk? Cash or free removal of cars, trucks, vans—with or without tires, wheels or titles.


“The Junkman”


G O


I haul off Free 4 You:


• scrap metal • copper • • riding or push mowers • batteries • iron • alum • old farm eqpt • A.C.s • tractors–too many things to list.


573-0250


S O O N E R S !


Your Respectable, Friendly Junkman since 1993, Mark Grider


Brick Toss, Valley Rally Bike Tour, Pie Eating


Contest, Vintage Plane Fly-in, PV Opry, Frisbee Fun, Toy & Action Figure Museum Star Wars


Day, Live Music, Kids Attractions, Stunt Team, Vendors and much more!


INFO: 405-238-2555 or mspv@sbcglobal.net Follow us on Facebook!


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