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The ElectraLite Trading Center Classifieds


Each CVEC member family is limited to ONE free clas- sified ad per month. The form below must be used. The length of the ad cannot exceed three lines on the form. Ads run only one time. Area codes are not used unless outside the 405 area.


1968 Newman boat, motor & trailer, $300 OBO, 279-3638.


Sportsman 29’ 5th wheel travel trailer w/hitch, kept inside, $5,000, 964-2569.


2004 Montana 5th wheel model 3575RL, 2 AC, 2nd owner, excellent condition, $21,000, 454-2046.


2000 Fleetwood Bounder, 34’, 2 slide-outs, 2 awnings, excellent condition, 22K miles, $27,500, 598-6739.


Services All INFORMATION BELOW MUST BE COMPLETED


Name Address Account #


Automobiles


2012 Hyundai Elantra, rear backup camera, sunroof, navigation system, loaded, new tires, great gas mileage, 48K miles, $16,500, 567- 9119.


1995 Chevy 3/4-ton truck, 220-6082.


Farm


8’ hay cutter w/dolly, 10’ hay cutter w/dolly, 2140 JD tractor w/loader, 2030 JD w/loader,, D3C Cat dozer, 740-3664.


2011 Vermeer 10 wheel V-rake, excellent condition, $4,250, 833-0773.


14’ carhauler trailer, $1,200; 12 14’ steel concrete forms, $35/ea., 631-1505.


New Holland square baler & 5-wheel rake, $2,800, 382- 6907, 220-6136.


JD hay rake, $850; JD 4230 cab tractor w/148 front-end loader, $17,000, 567-3393.


Miscellaneous


280-Watt solar panels, 1,000- Watt inverter, $300/ea., easy install, 567-2404.


Mason & Kerr canning jars - pints & quarts, $3/doz.; 1/2-gallon & 1-gallon, $1.50/ ea.; jelly jars, cleaned & boxed, $2/doz, 382-5045.


Frigdaire fridge w/top freezer, 15 C.F. , used 6 mos., $250; movable motorcycle lift work- table, side extensions, front


Phone #


Classified must be received by the 5th of the month to appear in the following edition of The Electra-Lite.


tire lock, $300, 200-5974.


1997 Kia motor, $350; Nissian Sentry transmis- sion, $150; dryer $35; cycle mower, $400, 398-4662.


Stereo equipment - CD player, radio, cabinet, 2 speakers, good sound, 784- 2190, 432-9411.


Lift chair/recliner, heavy duty, beige microfiber, $325, 333- 2634.


Jacuzzi whirlpool tub, white, left-handed, drop-in, 36”x60”, holes for Roman faucets, never used, originally priced- dat $780, has a repairable crack, $550, 831-4509.


Stearns life jackets - 2 adults, 2 kids, like new, $60; rod, hardware, cornice drapes for lg. window, $50, 452-3912.


Wood - free, if you cut, 878- 6697.


Story & Clark upright piano, $800, 941-3976.


2-yr.-old Cuisnart Platnium Elite food processor, used 3 times, has case w/all acces- sories, too heavy, 382-6652.


Pint & quart jars, $5/doz., 8 doz. available, 817-876-0468.


G&L guitar w/case, made in USA, blond electric w/Fender amp., plus misc. $700 firm, 356-2919.


GE portable AC, 10K BTU, has built-in humidifier, $100, 615-2616.


Queen-size mattress w/box springs, angels & fig animals, 9-11 twin tower tribuster


book, Tara Bell Mayor Dog collectoin, 398-4912.


Black ice box, $200; Whirl- pool washer & dryer, $200; 110-volt AC, $100; LP gas stove, $100, 275-3419.


Firewood – seasoned more than 1 yr. in a shed, cut, split mixed oak, pecan, walnut, hickory, $45/rick, 382-0688.


Pets/Livestock


Cockatiel, $35, w/cage & stand, $65, 878-6697.


Half-Arabian, half-Quarter horse gelding, sire MTG Piquero Scotch, dam Katara Bey, 205-8101.


Call drakes, $10; big roost- ers, $2; Bantan roosters, $1, 598-6711.


Real Estate


3 BDR, 1.5 BA home on 9 acres w/pond on Hwy. 9 near Earlsboro, $125,000, 202-7216.


Small house to be moved, comes w/refrigerator, cook- stove, dishwasher, washer & dryer hookup, ready to be moved into, 598-1202.


1/2-acre lot, Prague area, CVEC electricity, City water & sewer, DSL available, $15,000, 567-8799.


RV/Marine


2002 5th wheel, microwave, ceiling fan, stored inside & under canopy, $7,750, 598- 5286.


Walled bees & swarm rescue, 432-9352.


Haul away for free, unwanted major appliances, scrap metal, car bateries w/i 15 mile radius of Shawnee, 609-4365.


Small electric motors, pool pumps, air compressors, etc., repaired, free testing, 580- 279-7360.


Looking for houses to tear down for the lumber, will re- move old metal from dumps and/or farms, 382-2243.


Wanted


5’x10’ trailer w/metal ramp & wool trimmed from sheep, 273-1665.


Love..... Continued from page 1.


ing Hearts Ranch is $2,500 and the facility is available for tours with an appointment. Although Suzanne


June 2014


says she and Randy were not looking to start another business – she is the Tecumseh tag agent, and they own Gilbert Insurance, in addition to Randy working in the family’s trucking business – they are certainly meet- ing a need. Suzanne says they are booked through September with between 16 and 20 weddings, and are get- ting calls about dates into 2015.


In addition to the wedding bookings, they hosted eight Christmas parties in 2013, and expect to book holiday events this year also. “We’ve done very little advertising,” she says, explaining most of their bookings are based on word-of- mouth. It’s not uncommon for Randy and Suzanne to get an invitation to the weddings held on the ranch, and they like that.


“It’s nice to be a small part of their be- ginnings,” she says.


Crossing Hearts Ranch


22214 Skagg City Road Tecumseh, OK 74873 405-245-8887


Indoor & outdoor weddings Receptions Private parties Family reunions Corporate events


Owned & operated by Randy & Suzanne Gilbert


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