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Classifi ed Ads WANTED


• Used house trlr to move, 1 or 2 BR. Deanna, 255-5714.


• Aide(s) for disabled lady w/asthma, 7am-2pm & 10pm-11pm, must be non-smoker, have reliable transportation, live in Norman & like dogs. 701-0167.


• Cars, trucks & SUVs running or not, no title ok. 537-9788.


• Looking for someone with fenced property that will allow me to run my two dogs once a week. 706-5491.


• Lawnmowers, running or not. 313-1605.


• Will pick up old appliances or metal free of charge, may pay small fee for large amounts. 429-9507.


• Help wanted, $8/hr cut t ing fi rewood. 314-7877.


• Used 20 foot gooseneck fl atbed trailer with ramps. Joe, 397-5313.


• Old appliances, mowers, or any scrap metal in your way, will haul away for free. Allen o rSue, 485-4573.


NOTICES & ANNOUNCEMENTS


• OEC will hold a sealed-bid auction on the 2nd Tuesday of each month to dispose of unused items. Call the day before for item listing. 217-6840. • AG Educational Day & 100th


Anniversary of Extension. Sat. June 7, 9 am – 2 pm, Cleveland County Fairgrounds. Join this come and go free family event and have a piece of anniversary cake. For more information, 321-4774.


• Noble Open Rodeo, June 20 & 21, 8 pm nightly, $500 added to bull riding advance tickets, Adults $9 Senior/ Kid $7, at the gate price adult $10 Senior/Kid $8. 872-7567.


• Bluegrass (5-9:15 pm)/concert (6:30 pm); 6/14; 3 bands on stage with jamming rooms; 3925 SE 29, Del City; Greater Oklahoma Bluegrass Music Society (nonprofit org); $8; GOBMS members, $5; Group rates available. 677-7515.


BUSINESS


• Sr. hous i ng inve s tment opportuni t y: expe r ienced contractor, Sr. housing planner looking for investors. 505-8233.


• Austin Construction: no job too big or small, new homes & remodeling, Sr. discounts. 505-8233.


• Masonry work & repair: Brick, block, stone & repair. All size jobs: Fireplaces, mailboxes, planters, tuck pointing, pavers, brick replacement due to erosion. 34yrs experience, competitive prices. Danny, 329- 2230 or 641-7849.


GUARENTEED SAVINGS of 8% to 20% on Electric Bills


House | Mobile Home | Commercial Property


405-888-9995 ebuilder56@gmail.com "Doing something since 1956."


Insured/Bonded St.Lic# 3612427413 Stump Grinding


Oklahoma 405-496-3599 Dennis Edwards


Serving Central Oklahoma www.stumpgrindok.com dennis@stumpgrindok.com


Narrow enough to get through most gates


Fully Insured Credit Cards Accepted


FARM CREDIT CENTRAL OKLAHOMA 800-585-2421


FOR ALL YOUR AG LOAN NEEDS INCLUDING


FARM, RANCH AND RURAL HOMES FIXED AND ADJUSTABLE RATES UP TO 30 Yrs TO REPAY


ASK FOR ARNOLD JOHNSON OR ERRAL MEYERS erral.meyers@farmcreditloans.com arnold.johnson@fcbw.com


• Argo Enterprises: Siding, windows, roofi ng, construction, new homes, room additions, patio covers, carports, replacement windows. 255-5553 or 329-0553


• Hurst Siding Co. 30yrs in business: Featuring Mastic vinyl products. Replacement windows, carports, awnings & any exterior home improvement. 364-0098 or hurstsiding@yahoo.com.


• Rent to own portable buildings: 8x12 = $1,495 ($74.75/mo.); 8x16 = $1,895 ($94.75/mo); 10x16 = $2,590 ($129.50/mo). No credit check. 596-3344.


CONTRACTOR GENERAL


Residential | Pole Barns Small Commercial


Remodeling | Roofing Senior Living Facilities


(405) 505-8233


austin.ardrey@yahoo.com *licenced & insured


Senior Discounts austinconstructiontx.com


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