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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.


AKC Siberian Huskies - adults & puppies, $400-$800, 796-0899.


Buckeye chickens, May 2014 hatch date, $8 ea., 398-4975.


Bantam chickens, 598-6711


Beautiful 12-year-old Palomi- no, kid broke, nice saddle, 2 blankets, tack, lots of extras, $900, 694-1081.


Full-blood Angus bulls, 16-18 mo. old, farm-raised, Shaw- nee, 275-0689, 919-3630.


All INFORMATION BELOW MUST BE COMPLETED


Name Address Account #


Automobiles


2005 Chrylser convertible, $8,000, 997-3251.


1984 Chevy pickup, 1989 Comfort King Chase tractor, $3,000 for both, OBO, 454- 2228.


1975 El Camino SS, all original motor & body, yellow & black, runs good, 918-724- 2970.


2001 Ford Winstar minivan, good tires, good condition, 386-7364.


Farm


214 John Deere square baler, $400, 684-0626.


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


Two horse drawn plows, new handles, $150 ea.; Sears transit level, $100; antique sausage stuffer, $40, 454- 2046.


John Deere moco disc mower conditioner, 13’ 6” cut, field ready, $10,000 OBO, 830-0524.


Wood chipper/shredder, $350, 303-0032.


Miscellaneous


Kelvinator side-by-side refrig- erator, $200 OBO, 279-3638.


Antique Dr. Pepper machine, original, needs work, good condition, $400; 2 camper AC units, $300/both, 395-8481.


Phone #


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


Bruno Joey electric rear car chairlift, load your mobility equipment into the interior of your vehicle at the push of a button, with Pronto electric chair, $1,800 firm, no checks, 584-0934.


Old armoire, 1 large door, 1 small door, 3 drawers, $100, 598-0216.


Three lg. velvet wall hanging tapestries - 2 horses, 1 polar bear, excellent condition, $75 ea., 454-1507.


Extreme performance wind turbine generator, HDPE blades, radial hubs & sealed bearing swivel assys., designed, tested for our extreme Oklahoma wind conditions, 788-7758.


Twin grave plots, Shawnee Resthaven Cemetery, Mason- ic Garden, 598-1202.


1/2-ton Dodge factory chrome 20-inch rims, $300; Jeep Wrangler aluminum rims, $200; ferret cage, $60, 303-0032.


Brand new Spectra 4 20” sand filter for swimming pool, $200, 881-0951.


Portable dishwasher, $25; dining room table, $40; 8-pc. set of dishes, $10, 567-3393.


Kenmore washer and dryer, 220-volt AC, $125, 110-volt AC, $50, ice box, $100, gas cook stove, $100, 275-3419.


Kids’ swingset, kids’ picnic table, above-ground pool lad- der, $70, 878-6697.


Street legal 2010 Tomberline Emerge E2 500 LE golf cart,


2,500 miles, runs good & up to 25 mph, new cables & complete cleaning of batter- ies & battery compartment, track cover zips snuggly & is easy to install & remove, has trunk for road use or trunk lid removable for golf, good condition, $3,250 OBO, 878-6630.


Crafts, glassware, fishing supplies, much more, 637- 6049.


Child’s old metal pedal car, fire engine design, needs some restoration, paint, $130, 382-2520.


Four Bridgestone Potenza tires & spare, 205/55R16 (-50 miles), $350, 918-606-3570.


New Dyson DC50 vaccum, still in box, $200, 273-5980.


Queen-size mattress w/box springs, $90; 34 angels, $130 for all or $5 & up for ea., 398-4912.


Kenmore washer, $25; futon frame, $10; free highchair, 432-6383.


T-ball tee, bat & helmet, $35, 273-0817.


Bicycle with engine & impres- sive dual headlights, $600, 580-925-2443.


Avon bottles, 598-6711.


Old fishing reels, dead bolts, entry locks in packages, $10, 598-5286.


Pets/Livestock


FREE - barn cats, Shawnee, 820-2419.


Real Estate


12’x38’ 1 BDR cabin, to be moved, wired & plumbed,$20,000 OBO or partial trade, 406-3823.


2.5 acres on Whispering Oak Dr., north of Jacktown, off Hwy. 177, $20,000 OBO, 279-3638.


4.1 acre w/2 mobile homes - 10’x40’ & 14’x80’ - 4 outbuild- ings, storm cellar, $45,000, 550-9851.


RV/Marine


1988 bumper-pull 32’ travel trailer, $2,000 OBO, 598- 1202.


2011 Yamaha Rhino 700, 4x4, lots of extras, excellent condition, $8,000, 964-3553.


2002 25’ 5th wheel w/slide, microwave & ceiling fan, $7,000, 598-5286.


Completely new custom-built Harley/VW trike, 0 mileage, $15,000 or trade for equal value, 200-5974.


2007 Yamaha Vino 125 scooter, 570 miles, 85 mpg., $1,300 firm, 918-373-4549.


Services


Will tear down barns & houses free for the lumber & metal, will haul off old metal, washers & dryers, dump sites, 382-2243.


Wanted


House painters, must do good work at a reasonable price, McLoud, 964-2959.


August 2014


Cook Less, Quicker When Weather is Hot


Cooking during the summer can heat up your house, compete with the air conditioning and make everyone uncomfortable. Cooking less, can save energy and keep you cooler.


Some tips for the


quick cook: • Prepare your main course outdoors on the barbecue grill. Even if it’s hot outdoors, you won’t add heat to the inside of your home. • When a cooler day or evening rolls in, pre- pare two or three meals at once and freeze them, so all you’ll have to do is thaw and heat them in the microwave next time it’s too hot to cook. • Enjoy cold meals and snacks that need no cooking, like vegetable salads; fruit, cheese and bread; hummus or guaca- mole and chips or celery; sandwiches; cold soups; and smoothies. • If you must cook, use the microwave oven or a covered pan on the stovetop. Either one pushes less heat into the kitchen than a hot oven. • Choose foods that


cook quickly, like fish and vegetables. Chopping veggies into small, evenly sized pieces speeds cook- ing time. • Don’t use the


microwave or oven to de- frost frozen food. Instead, place the frozen item in the refrigerator and let it thaw out overnight before cooking it the next day. • Preparing food in an electric skillet, wok or crock pot adds less heat than cooking on the stove.


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