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FUTURE OF FOLK John Fullbright’s ‘From the Ground Up’ is bringing national attention to this Okemah native S E E STO R Y O N PAG E 2 2


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Static at the Blue Note

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s a governing principle, a way of moving forward in life and staving off atrophy, I insist on pursuing new music every day. Tuesday, the traditional day of release for practically everything except movies, is like Christmas morning as I scan the new album lists, and when I hear about great new Oklahoma artists who are changing tastes and bringing fresh attention to the homegrown scene, I want to do my part to shine a light. Static, the NewsOK.com music series I began four years ago, continues to evolve as a showcase for great local talent, and at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 10, I will host a live Static session with Jake Morisse and Chelsey Cope at the Blue Note, 2408 N Robinson. This is the first in a series of shows we will be taping at the Blue Note — a great venue for live music and a place where local and state acts receive the same emphasis and spotlight given to regional and national musicians. Morisse (who most of you should know as the lead singer of Black Canyon) and Cope are two of the most powerful emerging voices in Oklahoma music, and they are unbeatable together. Come to this Static taping and experience the next evolutionary step for this music series and cheer on these amazing performers. BY GEORGE LANG Along those same lines, Gene Triplett’s LOOKATOKC EDITOR cover story for this issue of LOOKatOKC GLANG@OPUBCO.COM BLOG.NEWSOK.COM/ (page 22) features John Fullbright, whose STATICBLOG debut studio album, “From the Ground Up,” is receiving national attention for this young Okemah singer-songwriter’s artistic depth. He’s performing at the annual Woody Guthrie Festival this month in Okemah, which celebrates the centennial of Guthrie’s birth, and in the eyes and ears of many Fullbright fans, he is asserting himself as the future of red dirt music. And please check out Matthew Carney’s “Headphonetics” column (page 6), which discusses how he built a roadtrip soundtrack thanks to friends contributing to his Spotify playlist. Thanks to outside input, Carney discovered new music, gave some unexpected music a chance and was never bored on his long journey to see Wilco at Red Rocks. You don’t have to just read about it — go to lookatokc.com and hear Carney’s Spotify playlist for yourself. This is the spirit of adventure we’re trying to cultivate at LOOKatOKC and on Static. Then come and see me, Jake and Chelsey at the Blue Note and get the live version of this experience.


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MATT CARNEY

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Crowd-sourcing roadtrip music

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ometime back in November I spoke on the phone with Other Lives’ Jesse Tabish. He was in Stillwater, on a respite from his band’s multi-year, multi-tour campaign of Europe and the U.S., and near the end of our discussion he told me that all that travel had seeped into his songwriting. “There’s a real fluttery, buzzing music I’ve been writing. It’s very fast-paced and it’s very open-ended and I want this music to feel like it could go anywhere,” Tabish said. “I’m trying to express the feeling of travel.” Though I’ve never gotten to tour with a critically lauded band, I’m no stranger to that feeling Tabish described. Roadtrips are my idea of fun, so when my friend Blayze suggested we drive to Colorado in mid-June to hear Wilco play one of the world’s most famous, scenic music venues, I couldn’t do much else other than nod my head and stammer about how awesome it would be. The realization of 1,400+ miles of driving time to listen to music got me even more pumped. But that excitement turned to unease the night before our departure: How to fill all those hours driving through northern Oklahoma (which might as well be Kansas, if you ask John Fullbright), west Kansas, and east Colorado, a collective no-man’s land of sprawling boredom? So I decided to dial up the cavalry. I opened a collaborative playlist on Spotify and invited friends (via Twitter, Facebook, email, and the

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SHOWS TO SEE, NOT TO SEE JULY 9 — Beach House at Cain’s Ballroom Everybody’s gonna scramble up to Tulsa on a Monday night to see the textureheavy buzz band du jour. Bonus hipster cred to the folks who stick around for Death Cab For Cutie the following night. PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY DAVID DOWNHAM

old word-of-mouth) to submit a handful of songs for Blayze and me to listen to exclusively. In hopes of assembling a mosaic of tunes, I gave people a simple criterion: Just a couple of tracks that they were enjoying at that moment, and we would listen to as many as we could. That effort yielded more than 20 people contributing about 19 hours’ worth of music — just about enough to keep us occupied for the entirety of the out-and-back drive — and the selected songs were just as varied as we had hoped. The resultant collection played out as a hodgepodge of dusty classics (Bee Gees’ “I’ve Gotta Get a Message to You” and Beastie Boys’ “Sure Shot”), stuff I’ve heard about but heretofore neglected (like Jens Lekman and First Aid Kit), game-changing, out-of-nowhere curveballs (“Blessed” by Schoolboy Q), tunes that perfectly captured our open-road optimism and sense of destination (Pond’s “Elegant Design” and “Santa Fe” by Samantha Crain) and admittedly fun cheeseball songs I doubt I’d have ever given the time of day on my own volition (Justin Bieber’s “Die in Your Arms” and Keith Urban’s “Days Go By”).

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Other Lives — “Landforms” Wilco — “One Sunday Morning (Song for Jane Smiley’s Boyfriend)” John Fullbright — “All the Time in the World” Bee Gees — “I’ve Gotta Get a Message to You” Beastie Boys — “Sure Shot” Jens Lekman — “Your Arms Around Me” First Aid Kit — “Emmylou” Schoolboy Q feat. Kendrick Lamar — “Blessed” LOOKATOKC.COM

Overall, our experiment proved a load of fun, though not without its little conflicts. Blayze and I eventually realized a weird sense of vulnerability to our friends’ taste in music in lieu of our own sensibilities. We hadn’t explicitly stated that non-playlist music was off-limits, but we tried our best to be faithful to it (an effort complicated by occasional stretches of I-40 when my iPhone’s 3G connection wasn’t strong enough to stream music), even when it was hard. There’s probably a life lesson somewhere in there, but all I will say is that there is a time for a 45-minute block of Nicki Minaj and Rick Ross jams, but a long car ride shared with a guy getting his master’s in American literature isn’t it. But one great thing we did learn for certain was that there’s no feeling quite so wonderful as discovering that other people like your favorite songs, and it’s only slightly diluted by the distance and impersonality of online sharing. There were five perfect minutes driving toward I-35 along the endless nothing of west Kansas, starting with the gentle, comforting chord progression that signals the beginning of Talking Heads’ “Home.” Thanks for putting it in there, Caitlin.

Pond — “Elegant Design” Justin Bieber — “Die in Your Arms” Keith Urban — “Days Gone By” Nicki Minaj — “Did It On’em” Rick Ross — “Free Mason” Talking Heads — “Home” Beach House — “Wild” Billy Bragg — “Take Down the Union Jack” Peelander-Z — “Tacos Tacos Tacos”

JULY 12 — Billy Bragg at Woody Guthrie Folk Festival He might be English and almost half a century younger than Woody Guthrie, but Billy Bragg’s outspoken dedication to fighting fascism, racism, and bigotry with songwriting makes him tough to distinguish from the pride of Okemah. Don’t miss his 10:30 p.m. set at the Pastures of Plenty Stage. JULY 17 — Peelander-Z at Opolis Assuming the scars on your brain have healed since their very pro-taco appearances at Norman Music Festival IV and V, go watch Japanese punks Peelander-Z try to rip a hole or two out of the Opolis.


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LACEY LETT

Finding the fashionable folks in OKC T H I S W EEK , LA CE Y I N T R ODUC ES YOU TO:

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Ryan Adam

“A Night Owl” is focused on what’s going on in nightlife news for LookatOKC.

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Where he’s from: Orange County, Calif., but living in OKC now. Where he hangs out: The Paseo and the Plaza Districts. About his style: “I guess I lean towards a more urban/artsy style combined with a more classic 50’s style. Anything that reminds me of that classic 50’s style always stands out to me — leather jackets, boots, vintage denim, fitted shirts with a more simplistic look, and pretty much anything that has that classic clean-cut look. What he does: Producer Shirt: from a store in NYC called Cockpit (aviator style clothing), Tie: J Crew Belt: Tommy Hilfiger Boots: Timberland. Photos by Lance Rivas <<<

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‘THE LION THE BEAST THE BEAT’ – GRACE POTTER & THE NOCTURNALS

race Potter has the face of a fair-haired angel and the voice of a shedevil scorned throughout much of her aptly titled fourth album, “The Lion The Beast The Beat.” She hits the ground running like a predator out for blood on the opening title track, with the Nocturnals’ nimble-fingered twang titan Scott Tournet and jungledrumming Matt Burr providing the propulsion behind Potter’s provocative voice — which falls somewhere between an Ann Wilson-like wail and the huskiness of Grace Slick — as she sings “Somebody let the beast out, baby / It’s time to meet your maker.” The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach makes three guest appearances, lending production, songwriting and Casio

drum loop support to the smoldering kiss-off Potter delivers to an errant lover on the darkly electro-shaded “Never Go Back,” and that’s Auerbach contributing production, writing, backing vocals and hand claps to the lean and restless, Wurlitzer-driven “Loneliest Soul.” Auerbach also co-wrote and produced the funky, guitar-scrambling, lyrically angry “Runaway,” where Potter lashes out with “I hit you / Like a train / You feel the pain / I ain’t coming back / I cut you / Cut you deep / ‘Cause you can’t keep up on my track.” Boys, you just don’t mess with Grace. But wait, she has her tender side too. Listen to her become all vulnerable and melancholy on “Stars,” a brokenhearted ballad that would be just as much at home on country radio as the pop and rock stations, with its

lonesome-sounding lap steel and the hint of down-home drawl in her voice, perhaps inspired by her recent duet, “You and Tequila,” with country superstar Kenny Chesney. She also reveals her soft center on the yearning power ballad “Timekeeper,” and the dramatic, desperately searching, guitar-driven

finale, “The Divide.” Whatever her frame of mind, Potter is a rock ‘n’ roll animal to be reckoned with, and she has the band to back her up. If the Nocturnals know what’s good for ‘em, they’ll stick with her.

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‘WORDS AND MUSIC BY SAINT ETIENNE’ — SAINT ETIENNE

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or their first album in seven years, British art-pop band Saint Etienne largely dispenses with the lowkey approach that dominated 2005’s “Tales From Turnpike House” and jumps onto the dance floor with “Words and Music By Saint Etienne ” While the trio have always volleyed between introspection and ecstatic beats over the course of two decades, this new album combines the two: the “Words” part of the equation reflect back on music history and a lifetime romance with pop and the “Music” offers a frequently brilliant combination of nostalgic sounds and future beats. Always an irresistibly cooing presence on Saint Etienne’s albums since 1991’s “Foxbase Alpha ” singer Sarah Cracknell begins “Words and Music”

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with “Over the Border,” a slowbuilding spoken-word track in which she delivers her oral history. Cracknell recounts a childhood visit to Somerset, England, to see Peter Gabriel’s house, then takes the listener through her maturation process, buying her first singles and albums, reading Melody Maker and finding love: “I knew he loved me, because he made me a tape,” she says as the beats get steadily stronger. It’s a nice thesis statement for the album, leading into the truly joyous “I’ve Got Your Music” and the buoyant first single, “Tonight” — songs that feel utterly current and deserving of Top 40 play. Bob Stanley and Pete Wiggs, the other principles in Saint Etienne, were rock journalists before starting the band, and their employment of musical shorthand is more subtle LOOKATOKC.COM

these days than it was in the beginning — 1992’s “So Tough” included a prominent sample of Rush’s “Spirit of Radio,” of all things. When Stanley and Wiggs call one of the album’s best tracks “Last Days of Disco,” they are not referencing the Whit Stillman film, and Cracknell never sings those words in the lyrics. Instead, they create a subtle pastiche of 1979-1980 pop with the kind of chord changes that would make Nile Rodgers of Chic immensely proud. For Cracknell, “Words and Music By Saint Etienne” is heavy on concept, a view of things from the vantage point of midlife but seen through the prism of pop — the album cover is a fictional city map, filled with streets labeled “Penny Lane,” “Electric Avenue,” “Stanley Road” and “Ventura Highway,” among others. Like so many people Cracknell’s age that grew up during musically rich times, she looks back on her personal history as if it were a musical, like the “Haunted Jukebox” of the album’s lovely closer.

Indeed, “Words and Music By Saint Etienne” would make a great stage production, a pop opera about growing up in record stores and having your life changed by rock ’n’ roll, year by year. — George Lang, LookatOKC Editor


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‘OVEREXPOSED’ – MAROON 5

nce a real live band whose humanity, however glossy it might have been, could be verified by its mostly organic sound, Maroon 5 now appears to have converted into a silicone simulacrum of its former self with “Overexposed,” a collection of faceless android pop guaranteed to sound exactly like all the songs sequenced around it on Top 40 radio. Maroon 5 was never big on personality but boasted a skilled lead singer — in real life, Adam Levine has an elastic voice that, in the proper context (Kanye West’s “Heard ‘Em Say,” for instance), can verge on actual soulfulness. But in the interest of making fail-safe commercial music, Levine is now Auto-Tuning the life out of himself. Technological embrace and personal-

ity are not mutually exclusive: binarygenerated music can be magical in the proper robotic hands. But perhaps because Maroon 5 operated as such a sterile embodiment of post-Matchbox Twenty pop-rock ideals for most of the decade following 2002’s “Songs About Jane,” the synthetic regeneration on “Overexposed” easily oppresses and effectively terminates the musicians’ human traits. The comparatively relaxed opener, “One More Night,” passes for the set’s high note but has more in common with the rubber reggae of Ace of Base than it does Bob Marley. With that out of the way, “Overexposed” dips into the plastic-pop with “Payphone” and stays there. Actual guitar from James Valentine opens “Lucky Strike,” a track co-written by Tulsa native pop whiz Ryan Tedder, but the machines rise against the puny drums and wires

and smite them soundly. Maroon 5 always was slick to the point of being oily, but the turning point arrived with last year’s “Moves Like Jagger,” a song that quoted freely from Rolling Stones lyrics but was otherwise pure cyberpop, a piece of nanotech that Keith Richards would happily smash with his boot heel. They scored, and with “Overexposed,” Maroon 5 is doubling down on the formula. This is a solid life-extension strategy for the band after its previous album, 2010’s “Hands All Over,” was a commercial nonstarter before Levine started judg-

ing on NBC’s “The Voice” and added “Moves Like Jagger” to the track listing. But about that life extension: “Overexposed” just sounds like Levine uploaded his voice and brain to await the promise of computer-enabled eternal life. The results are about as enjoyable as listening to a hard drive spin. Levine is still a good pop singer, but there is no evidence of it on “Overexposed,” and how can he effectively judge a singing competition if he subs it out to a pitchcorrection program in his own career?

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‘THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN’

Rating: PG -13 (Sequences of action and violence) Running time: 2 hours, 16 minutes Starring: Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Rhys Ifans, Sally Field, Martin Sheen

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The new ‘Spider-Man’ should please skeptical comic fans

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ardcore fans of Marvel Comics’ legendary teenage superhero Spider-Man and the three summer blockbuster movies the pulp crime series has spawned within the past decade (2002, 2004 and 2007), might be forgiven for casting a jaundiced eye on “The Amazing SpiderMan,” which at first blush seems like taking three steps backward to make one debatable leap forward. This so-called “rebooting” of the franchise involves some delicate juggling of tried-and-true foundation elements and several nifty new wrinkles, taking the film on a path that seems to handily pay its dues to picky comic-book fanatics and to court the more casual crowd of summer popcorn munchers merely expecting a bang for their box-office bucks. Stepping in for crafty veteran director Sam Raimi (who seemed to be running out of steam by 2007’s “Spider-Man 3”) is Marc Webb, a daring choice as a newcomer to the blockbuster fraternity, having been hired on the success of his smart 2009 romantic comedy “(500) Days of Summer.” And slipping smoothly into the sneakers of bullied high-schooler Peter Parker (and the silky spandex tights of shadowy crime-fighter Spider-Man) is slight but hunky Andrew Garfield, a stage and screen marvel

who brings more of a James Dean broodiness to the role than did the more callow and chipper Tobey Maguire. Those are two of the more radical departures from the earlier trilogy — Webb contributing a certain energized grittiness to the screen that contravenes the pastelhued, synthetic quality of the previous films; and Garfield essaying a skateboarding Peter who is awkward and vulnerable but nobody’s nerd. He’s not afraid to confront injustice, stand up to bullies and take his licks. Also, Garfield convincingly butches up when he dons the red-and-blue tights and handles the action stuff with lithe athleticism. A lot of time is spent upfront retelling the familiar “origin” story in which Peter lives with his loving Uncle Ben and Aunt May (Martin Sheen and Sally Field), gets bullied at school, flirts with a pretty girl (this time Emma Stone’s kooky-sexy Gwen Stacy instead of hot girl-next-door Mary Jane Watson), visits a research lab, gets bitten by a genetically engineered spider and suddenly gains incredible arachnid-like powers. There is an intriguing flashback sequence involving Peter’s absent father Richard Parker (Campbell Scott) suggesting some dire conspiracy involving his work in cross species genetics and regeneration and leading Peter to seek out his dad’s former colleague Dr. Curt Connors (Rhys Ifans), a conscientious, one-armed re-

searcher whose passion to help mankind is at war with a dark obsession to regain his lost limb. The rest hardly bears synopsizing as it follows the familiar Marvel mythology, relating a tragic crime and Peter’s halting transformation from angry vigilante with rudimentary, spidery super powers to the nimble, cocky, web-slinging crime fighter. Garfield is a graceful revelation as the newly minted superhero, and the supporting cast is superb: Sheen and Field both earthy and wise; Stone spunky, sexy and smart; Ifans cerebral and maniacal, and Denis Leary as Gwen’s police chief father stern and straight-laced. True to Marvel’s tradition, the villain of the piece is a well-meaning scientist whose experiments go horribly awry. While Ifans is fine as Dr. Connors, The Lizard seems merely a by-the-numbers CGI monster, slithery and raging. His battles with Spidey have a sort of pat, forgone-conclusion feeling that rob the last act of any real sense of urgency. Still, “The Amazing Spider-Man” sets a solid foundation and poses a few intriguing mysteries for the inevitable sequels. If it too often seems to cover old territory, it does so with polish and flair and a promise of deeper, darker things to come. — Dennis King, Staff writer

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‘MOONRISE KINGDOM’

Rating: PG-13 (Sexual content and smoking) Running time: 1 hour, 33 minutes Starring: Jared Gilman, Kara Hayward, Bruce Willis, Bill Murray, Frances McDormand, Tilda Swinton, Edward Norton, Harvey Keitel

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world of verdant hills and rocky shores populated by sad adults and children wary of following the same path, Wes Anderson’s “Moonrise Kingdom” feels like a visit to a magical diorama, a place where the love between 12-yearold fringe dwellers Sam and Suzy might have a chance to clear all the roadblocks set before it. “Moonrise Kingdom” ranks with Anderson’s “Rushmore” and “The Royal Tenenbaums” as a captivating depiction of acute emotions taking place in an insular world. It might just be Anderson’s quintessential film. New Penzance is an island off the coast of New England, a place devoid of paved roads or easy access to the outside world, so life for its residents in the summer of 1965 is not markedly different than it was 20 or even 50 years before. The island and the events leading up to a historic storm on the island are introduced by a narrator (Bob Balaban) who suggests by his mere presence that what follows is the historic document of what happened that summer, but then “Moonrise Kingdom” is about real emotions in an unreal place or, as Anderson describes it, a memory of a fantasy. When Sam (Jared Gilman) first saw Suzy (Kara Hayward) during a performance of Benjamin Britten’s

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biblical opera “Noye’s Fludde,” he became entranced by the intense young girl and quickly devised a plan for them to run away together. Home does not hold much for either child. Sam is in foster care and his best role model is Scout Master Ward (Edward Norton) of the Khaki Scouts. Suzy’s parents, Walt and Laura Bishop (Bill Murray and Frances McDormand), are self-absorbed and out of love, and Laura is engaged in a dour and dissolute affair with Capt. Sharp (Bruce Willis) of the island’s police force. Sam is a great camper but chafes at the orthodoxy of the Khakis and lacks the social skills to blend with his fellow scouts, while Suzy immerses herself in Francoise Hardy albums and children’s adventure novels. Sam is still a boy with his coonskin cap and giant glasses, and Suzy looks like she is in training to become a European movie star, but their love is strong. When they finally get away and set up camp on a remote beach, the incident sends the entire island into turmoil, and when Sam’s foster parents refuse to take him back, a prim and proper woman identified only as “Social Services” (Tilda Swinton) contacts Captain Sharp to find Sam and spirit him away to an orphanage. “Moonrise Kingdom” is often wickedly funny and always fascinating to watch: Anderson constructed the

interior of the Bishops’ home inside a vacant LinensN-Things, allowing him to scan wildly from room to room and depict the detachment and distance within the family. A treehouse perches so precariously in the Khaki Scouts camp that it looks like an image from Anderson’s animated film, “Fantastic Mr. Fox.” Anderson sharply choreographs his action sequences in the scout camp to the point of inspiring awe, and the performances by Gilman and Hayward, both first-time film stars, are so accomplished and finely tuned that they measure up to the experienced adults in Anderson’s repertory. But despite the whimsy, the constant meta-theme in “Moonrise Kingdom” is how age and complacency can blot out the spark of youth. Nearly every adult in the film moves through life in a melancholy daze, weighted down by the loss of love, spirit or dreams. In Anderson’s world, Suzy and Sam are the great hope, the proof that adventure and the energy of youth do not have to ebb away. They might just end up like all the adults on New Penzance, especially if they stay on the island, but as Anderson seems to hint toward the end of “Moonrise Kingdom,” they might just make it by the sheer force of their personalities — and drag the adults toward redemption in the process. — George Lang, LookatOKC Editor


movie review

‘TED’

Rating: R (Crude and sexual content, pervasive language, and some drug use) Running time: 1 hour, 46 minutes Starring: Mila Kunis, Mark Wahlberg, Seth MacFarlane, Giovanni Ribisi, Joel McHale

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art of the charm of “Family Guy” and Seth MacFarlane’s other animated shows is the glee with which he flings gags. MacFarlane is a volume dealer, and so it is no surprise that his first feature film, “Ted,” lands some fantastic jokes but is strewen with nonstarters — it’s a laugh-to-bomb ratio that would not work in lesser hands. “Ted” succeeds because MacFarlane and his stars, Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis, create empathy for both a foul-mouthed teddy bear and his man-child owner. That, in itself, is a kind of magic. When John Bennett (played as a child by Bretton Manley) was a socially awkward little boy in suburban Boston, his parents gave him a teddy bear for Christmas, and little John gave his fluff-stuffed friend the literal-minded name “Teddy.” One night, John made a wish: that Teddy could really talk instead of just emitting a prerecorded “I love you.” Suddenly, John’s best friend became sentient and conversational, and following a brief period of freaking people out and eventual talk-show stardom, Teddy and John just settle into a life together as best friends.

But by the time he is 35, John (Wahlberg) is not really going anywhere — the best thing happening in his life is his girlfriend Lori (Kunis), who accepts that John hangs out, drinks beer and smokes pot with a smack-talking teddy bear, voiced by MacFarlane in an unmistakable Peter Griffin-style Boston bray, but is growing fatigued with the routine. She eventually convinces John to create some distance with the bear, but then “Ted” pivots on two major emotional points: Whether John can actually separate himself from his childhood friend, and whether it is really that important to send Ted packing in the first place. The general tone of “Ted” should be familiar to “Family Guy” fans: MacFarlane is merciless with the sex jokes and pungent blasts of gastrointestinal humor, and when he wants to hit a celebrity, he makes certain to take deadly aim. The cast of “Ted” is all on board with this, especially Wahlberg, who gives his best comic performance since “I (Heart) Huckabees.” Also, MacFarlane makes sure that Lori is not just the “bad guy” in this scenario, and Kunis (who voices Meg on “Family Guy”) plays her as being genuinely worth the prospect of John giving up Ted, but also sensitive enough

to eventually make the right decision for everyone. There is also a great supporting cast on hand, including Giovanni Ribisi and Joel McHale, and some hilariously random cameos. Many of the jokes land with a thud, and just as many hit their targets. But “Ted” tips toward something better than just beer brawls and poop jokes because MacFarlane makes the audience care about a teddy bear. Ted is a well-rounded character: He might have disgusting tendencies and a voracious sexual appetite, but he also loves John, and John loves him. By the end of “Ted,” viewers will get a sense that this bear and his best friend would do anything for one another. MacFarlane has his heart in the right place, and it shows in how “Ted” plays out between the scathingly nasty parts. One note of caution: Parents should not look at the cute poster for “Ted” and think this might be right for their kids just because there’s a fuzzy friend in the picture. This is a comedy for former children, not current ones. — George Lang, LookatOKC Editor

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‘BRAVE’

Rating: PG (Some scary action and rude humor) Running time: 1 hour, 40 minutes Starring: Kelly Macdonald, Billy Connolly, Emma Thompson

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magine a fairy tale with a fair princess but no prince charming, no evil queen, no wicked stepmother and no knight in shining armor. That’s brave. It’s also “Brave,” the 13th animated feature from Pixar, the renowned animation studio’s initial foray into the sort of magical princess adventures that have long been its parent company Disney’s stock in trade. As it has already done with superhero movies (“The Incredibles”) and post-apocalyptic science fiction (“WALL-E”), Pixar proves again it isn’t afraid to take risks with its first fairy tale, keeping some core conventions of the genre, discarding others and adding plenty of uproarious humor, strong characters and stunning visuals. From the visual standpoint, it is perhaps the most beautiful and cutting-edge computer-animated movie ever made. Even better, “Brave” brings the same insight and emotional truth to the powerful yet problematic bonds between mothers and daughters that Pixar’s 2003 Oscar winner “Finding Nemo” gave to father-son relationships. Of course, “Nemo” is told from the point of the view of a father, while “Brave” centers on a young, rebellious daughter, immediately giving the fairy tale a more childlike perspective some may misinterpret as Pixar becoming just another animation factory churning out kiddie cartoons. Set in the lovely and mystical wilds of Scotland, “Brave” centers on Princess Merida (voice of Kelly Macdonald, leading an excellent, mostly Scottish cast),

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a bold and impetuous tomboy with gorgeously rendered scarlet locks. A daddy’s girl at heart, the princess adores racing through the woods on her warhorse Angus and practicing her already impressive archery skills, which she started developing as a wee lass when her father, the giant, genial warrior-king Fergus (Billy Connolly), gave her a tiny bow and arrows, to the chagrin of her prim and proper mother Queen Elinor (Emma Thompson). Merida has little patience for her demanding mum’s endless list of royal rules — a princess doesn’t chortle or stuff her gob or own weapons, just to start — and worse, her three younger brothers seem to have no responsibilities other than running around like troublemaking hellions. As any teenage girl in any time and place would conclude, it’s just so unfair! Her mommy issues get even more intense when the queen decrees the time has come for Merida to be betrothed to a future leader of one of the other three clans in their corner of the Highlands. Not only do the three princely candidates leave much to be desired, but the princess also feels completely unprepared for marriage. Elinor understands more than the girl realizes, but the queen is too focused on keeping the tenuous peace among the ridiculously warlike clans to offer much sympathy. In one poignant intercut sequence, Merida pours out her heart to Angus while her mother shows she gets it in a chat with the king, who may be an affable brawler but is no dummy when it comes to comprehending the challenges of shouldering

responsibility or the value of a strong queen. When Elinor announces that the firstborn of each clan’s first family will compete in the game of Merida’s choice to win the princess’ hand, the girl spies a loophole. She picks archery and shoots for her own hand. When she wins, the clans come to the brink of civil war, but Merida and her mum are already there. Merida flees into the woods on horseback until she comes to the home of a strange woodcarver who is actually a witch (Julie Walters). The princess talks the spell caster into selling her an enchanted cake that will transform her mother, thus changing her fate, too. But when the queen eats the magical treat, the adage be careful what you wish for comes forcefully into play. When her mother is changed in ways she never dreamed possible, Merida must suddenly take on the role of protector and problem-solver, particularly when their woodland adventure brings them face to face with the scary bear that chomped off the king’s leg years ago. “Brave” marks the first Pixar film to feature a female protagonist as well as the first to have a woman share in the director’s duties (Brenda Chapman, Mark Andrews and Steve Purcell are all credited). While many critics undoubtedly are disappointed that the studio has chosen a storytelling format as traditional as the fairy tale — and aren’t quite ready to forgive and forget last year’s overstuffed noisemaker “Cars 2” — taken on its own merits, “Brave” proves a worthy addition to the Pixar canon that families and film fans should find enchanting. — Brandy McDonnell, Entertainment Writer


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ilitary video games are generally so gungho about combat they might as well be recruiting posters for the armed forces. There isn’t much time for rumination when you’re racking up the kill streaks and body counts — you have to assume the cause you’re fighting for is just. Kill ‘em all and let God sort ‘em out. “Spec Ops: The Line” (2K Games, for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC, $59.99) doesn’t let you off the hook so easily. Yes, you will slaughter hundreds of people over the course of its singleplayer campaign. No, you won’t feel good about it. “Spec Ops” takes place in Dubai six months after it has been demolished by an apocalyptic sandstorm. Its luxury hotels and skyscrapers have been abandoned or even toppled. Only a few refugees remain, along with a U.S. Army infantry unit and its leader, Col. John Konrad. After receiving a distress call from inside Dubai, your three-man commando team is sent to investigate. Konrad’s name is a giveaway to anyone who passed high-school English lit: “Spec Ops” is a take on Joseph Conrad’s “Heart of Darkness,” by way of Francis Ford Coppola’s 1979 Vietnam War adaptation, “Apocalypse Now.” The parallels to the film are deliberate: The diary of the game’s protagonist, Capt. Walker, is reminiscent of Capt. Willard’s narration in the movie. A game character called Radioman channels Dennis Hopper’s photojournalist. And

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even though “Spec Ops” is set in the near future, its soundtrack features Vietnam-era nuggets like Deep Purple’s “Hush” and Martha and the Vandellas’ “Nowhere to Run.” As your team approaches the sandchoked outskirts of Dubai, you’re greeted by refugees who try (with gunfire) to stop your mission. But as you venture further into the city’s decadent palaces and casinos, you stumble into a war between CIA agents and Konrad’s “Damned 33rd” infantry. The enemies here aren’t terrorists, drug lords or aliens. They’re your fellow Americans. “Spec Ops,” created by the Berlinbased Yager Development studio, doesn’t tackle specific elements of U.S. foreign policy, but its vision of apparently crazy Americans running amok in the Middle East is unflinching. It’s hard to imagine a U.S.-based developer trying to pull this off. But while the story here is riveting, the gameplay offers nothing particularly fresh. The settings are distinctive, but most of the levels settle into the familiar rhythm: take cover, kill everybody, move on. And the game drags you down a relentlessly linear path, with little freedom to explore. On occasion, it awkwardly reminds you that you’re playing a game: Oh look, someone’s put a convenient zip line on top of this tower! Still, even when I was bored with its lackluster combat, the audacious storytelling in “Spec Ops” kept me moving. “Spec Ops” is as gory as “Call of Duty,” ‘’Battlefield” or any shooter of the last decade — yet it dares to question the gamer’s enjoyment of such violence. (Near the end it flashes the question, “How many Americans have you killed today?”) The messages may be muddled, but they are thought-provoking, and Yager and 2K deserve credit for tackling them. Three stars out of four. — From the Associated Press


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ometimes I dream I can fly — but it isn’t the majestic soaring of an eagle, Superman or even R. Kelly. It’s awkward, like something I’ve forgotten how to do and have to learn all over again. I can barely control my altitude or velocity, so I never know when I’ll plummet to the ground or crash into a wall. Kat’s ability to control gravity lets her fly in ‘Gravity Rush.’ “Gravity Rush” (Sony, for the Vita, $39.99) captures that mix of exhilaration and anxiety. Your character, a girl named Kat, can’t remember her own past and is just figuring out how to use her newfound ability to defy gravity. Add in some gooey monsters from another dimension, and you have the stuff of nightmares. Kat doesn’t exactly fly. Instead, she changes the effect gravity has on her body, so she can walk up walls or hang from ceilings. The mechanics are simple: You press one button to make Kat float, point a reticle where you want her to land, then press another button to make her leap to the next surface. She may arrive with a crash, but she’s generally impervious to any damage from falling. The perspective then shifts so that wherever Kat landed is now “down.” At first, it’s easy to get confused trying to remember which way is up. But the developers of “Gravity Rush” gently ease you into using Kat’s powers — so by the time the alien Nevi arrive, you’re ready to take them down with high-flying attacks. Kat can simply run up to enemies and pound them, but it’s far more effective to use her “gravity kick”: By aiming at the monsters as she falls, she adds the force of gravity to her attacks. Getting a bead

on some of the shiftier creatures can be frustrating, but it’s quite satisfying when you nail one just right and send it spinning into oblivion. Beyond combat, though, I really enjoyed just exploring Kat’s new home, the steampunkish Hekseville. Scattered throughout the city’s towers and sewers are pink gems Kat can spend to upgrade her abilities, including the power of her attacks and the length of time she can stay airborne. It’s easy to lose a few hours just bouncing around town, discovering its secrets and meeting its citizens. There’s a solid story here, too, told largely through comic book-like sequences, and Kat is one of the most charming videogame heroines in a long while. She makes “Gravity Rush” a must-buy for anyone who has invested in Sony’s new portable game machine. “Inversion” (Namco Bandai, for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, $49.99) promises similar high jinks — like “Gravity Rush,” its cover art shows the protagonist “standing” horizontally on the wall of a building. But it settles for being a mundane shooter, failing to exploit the possibilities of its gravity-bending gimmick. As “Inversion” begins, Vanguard City is being invaded by a race of particularly unpleasant aliens. But as brutish as they are, the Lutadore can manipulate gravity. It’s up to your character, a cop named Davis, to steal one of their “gravlinks” and wield it against them. You can use the gravlink to make a ceiling crash down to provide an escape route. Or you can lighten heavy objects and throw them at enemies. But the controls are aggravatingly imprecise — by the time you grab and hurl a projectile, you’re likely to be shot down. It’s safer to play “Inversion” like your standard gun game: Find cover, shoot, repeat ad infinitum. Eventually, “Inversion” lets you climb the walls or even fight in zero gravity, but it’s a long and tedious slog to that point. By then, a promising concept has come crashing to earth. One star. — From the Associated Press

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SING WHAT YOU KNOW John Fullbright looks to folk’s future while celebrating his hometown hero Story by Gene Triplett | Entertainment Editor

he cover photo on John Fullbright’s debut studio album shows him standing on the porch of the Okemah house that both he and his f father grew up in. It’s a m modest-looking white frame abode with a corrug corrugated tin roof, but perhaps not as humble as the home where another Okemah-bred singer singer-songwriter was raised. Hard to tell now, since Woody Guthrie’s house was torn down decades ago, and only the stone foundation remains. But they’re not about to ttear down Fullbright’s house since he still lives in it, and unlike Guthrie, who ranged far fro from home to find fame as a folk hero, Fullbrig Fullbright’s content to stick around — for now. STORY CONTINUES ON PAGE 24

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STORY CONTINUES FROM PAGE 23 “It’s cheap and it’s pretty and I know it pretty well,” he said last week, from home. “It’s an hour away from everything. The only problem is, it’s an hour away from everything.” But Fullbright may be going places sooner than he thinks, if another Oklahoma singer-songwriter is predicting the future accurately. No less than Jimmy Webb has been quoted as saying, “I have no doubt that in a short time, John Fullbright will be a household name in American music.” Pretty impressive testimonial. But then so is “From the Ground Up,” a collection of 12 provocative and addictive roots-rockers and ballads rich with a kind of accomplished musicianship, inspired tune-craft and a depth of lyrical emotion and wisdom that would seem beyond Fullbright’s 24 years. Even his weathered voice — sometimes reminiscent of Mad Dogs-era Leon Russell — sounds like that of a <<<

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well-seasoned, world-weary veteran of smoke-filled bars and listening rooms. Fullbright will continue to support “From the Ground Up” and pay tribute to his forebears this month, beginning with a slot on “A Tribute to Bob Childers” at 8 p.m. July 10 at the Blue Door, 2805 N McKinley in Oklahoma City. Then, Fullbright goes back home to celebrate the centennial of Woody Guthrie’s birth at 7:30 p.m. July 13, a key slot during the annual WoodyFest in Okemah. “I just sing what I know,” Fullbright said. “Sometimes I sing what I don’t know and what I just assume. But mostly I just try to tell as much of the truth as I can. There are certain truths that seem to pop up everywhere, and those are the ones I try to find, and put ‘em down in song.” Oddly enough, Fullbright’s earliest exposure to music did not come through the recordings of Guthrie or Leadbelly or more contemporary folk, blues or country artists, but rather the Top 40s music of the 1960s and 1970s that dominated his mother’s

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extensive record collection. Fortunately, Bob Dylan had had some mainstream radio success back in those days. “I latched onto the records that were more singersongwriter-based,” Fullbright said. “I remember listening to that Bob Dylan album, the ‘Greatest Hits’ one with the blue silhouette of his head. I remember listening to that just nonstop, tryin’ to figure out what the hell he was doin’.” Fullbright began teaching himself how to play the piano at age 5. As a little kid, it was his way of finding his own voice in the household, although he was shy about playing in front of people. He would practice at his grandparents’ house when they were busy elsewhere, until his mother finally suggested he take piano lessons. “And I said sure, not knowin’ I was signin’ a 12-year contract I couldn’t get out of. And me and my piano teacher fought like hell for the first six years or so. And

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I rented a — No, I didn’t rent it, I actually stole it,” he confessed. “I stole a bass amp from the high school. You could plug a mike into it and I’d take it down to Brick Street on Fridays and just play for catfish and tips. Just play until my voice gave out. That’s maybe where the, I don’t know, old, weathered voice comes from. ‘Cause I’d set up about 6 in the evening and just play until sometimes 10 or 11 and just, you know, till I just couldn’t sing anymore and then I’d throw it all in the car and go home.”

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IN CONCERT John Fullbright ‘A Tribute to Bob Childers’ When: 8 p.m. July 10. Where: The Blue Door, 2805 N McKinley. Information: bluedoorokc.com

WoodyFest When: 7:30 p.m. July 13. Where: Pastures of Plenty Stage, WoodyFest, Okemah. Information: woodyguthrie.com

STORY CONTINUES FROM PAGE 24 then we ended up becoming really close friends. I still can’t read music, but I don’t blame her for that. I was just really stubborn.” Fullbright remembers first picking up the guitar when he was about 13, “When I figured out you couldn’t carry a piano around. Yeah, you know, I think girls had something to do with that.” He was 16 when he first began playing covers of songs he liked in front of an audience at Okemah’s Brick Street Cafe. “I rented a — No, I didn’t rent it, I actually stole it,” he confessed. “I stole a bass amp from the high school. You could plug a mike into it and I’d take it down to Brick Street on Fridays and just play for catfish and tips. “I wasn’t writing anything of my own then, but I just had a big notebook. I’d play everybody else’s songs. Just play until my voice gave out. That’s maybe where the, I don’t know, old, weathered voice comes from. ‘Cause I’d set up about 6 in the evening and just play until sometimes 10 or 11 and just, you know, till I just couldn’t sing anymore and then I’d throw it all in the car and go home.” Eventually Fullbright did begin to write his own material — honky tonk songs, road songs. As time passed, he found himself in Turnpike Troubadors, a Red Dirt band led by his neighbor Evan Felker. Then he left to pursue his own musical instincts and attend <<<

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Southeastern State University in Durant. But that didn’t last long either. “Right about the time I decided I didn’t wanna do college anymore, Mike McClure called me and asked me to play keys for him, so I played keys with Mike for about nine months, maybe. That was my first hotel to hotel road experience.” It was near the end of his stint with McClure in April 2008 that the group played at a wake held at the Blue Door in Oklahoma City Childers, the “father” of Oklahoma’s Red Dirt music scene. And that was when Fullbright met the venue’s owner, Greg Johnson, who was so taken with Fullbright’s music that he recorded one of the Okemah singer’s Blue Door performances for a live album. Johnson has since become Fullbright’s manager. In the liner notes for “From the Ground Up,” Johnson writes that Fullbright “devoured” the CDs and vinyl albums in Johnson’s library, learning about such songwriters as Jimmy Webb — who plays the venue once a year — Randy Newman, Warren Zevon, Harry Nilsson and others. “Already a fan of Townes Van Zandt, Mickey Newbury and James McMurtry, John’s newer influences just opened the door a little more,” Johnson says in the notes. Fullbright coproduced the studio album with Wes Sharon at the latter’s 115 Studios in Norman. Fullbright played many of the instruments on the album, including piano, harmonica and much of the

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organ and guitar work. Supporting him were Sharon on bass, Terry “Buffalo” Ware and Andrew Hardin on guitars, Fats Kaplin on violin and steel guitar, Giovanni Carnuccio III on drums, John Knudson on organ, Jess Kelin on backing vocals and Ryan Engleman on guitar. The album opener, “Gawd Above,” cowritten by Fullbright and Dustin Welch, is a raucously irreverent tune which sets the tone for much of what is to follow, lyrically portraying a jealous and manipulative deity over a red-hot bed of blues-rocking guitar, warbling organ and wailing harp. Fullbright laughingly calls it his “Sympathy for the Creator.” “Well, it’s kind of God with a gold tooth, you know?” he said. “It’s a hard song to try to intro, ‘cause I’m not sure how to do it with sounding too — I don’t know — bold?” In Fullbright’s case, bold is good. Take another album standout, the heated, twangy, mid-tempo “Satan and St. Paul,” the one he calls his “angry song.” “But it’s not really,” he said. “... I’d say it’s just (about) getting the wool pulled over your eyes, and then figurin’ out you got the wool pulled over your eyes. It’s ambiguous as hell, and I remember writing it, kind of thinking, ‘What would Tom Waits do?’ But, you know, more of those damn biblical references in there. ... A lot of those lyrics are just about figurin’ it out, tryin’ to straighten it out a little bit. Findin’ your own way and your own voice.”


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Model Stacy wears a Herve Leger dress, Judith Leiber Leaf bracelet and Ferrare earrings, all f rom Liberte, a new boutique in Classen Curve. Photo provided.


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Danielle Keogh is an international woman of mystery and fashion. By day, she’s a defense contractor doing “back office support” for government contractors. The Edmond 30-year-old is president and CEO of Erys LLC. “That’s about all I can get into because of my clearance level,” she said. By night (and weekend), Keogh’s life is far more accessible. She can often be found at Liberte, the boutique she recently brought, to Classen Curve, along with her classic, international take on fashion.

A B OV E F R O M L E F T: Nha Khanh leather and wool shift dress; Nha Khanh ivory suit, Ferrare pearl necklaces, and Judith Leiber cuff; Nha Khanh white leather vest and wool pencil skirt, Ferrare bracelet. Photo provided. L E F T: Danielle Keogh is CEO of Liberte, a high-end women’s fashion store that opened recently in the Classen Curve shopping center in Oklahoma City. Photo by Jim Beckel, | The Oklahoman.


Shopping in Classen Curve gets better all the time, and Liberte, 5810 N Classen Blvd., Suite 1, adds an exciting international element by bringing emerging designers to the Oklahoma City that are hard or impossible to find elsewhere in the state.

mote her favorite up-and-coming designers, was Liberte.

Liberte is French for freedom. Keogh chose the name to honor her French heritage and to encourage Oklahoma women to express their The idea to open a shop had been brewing in continually evolving style identity and their Keogh for years. During her travels as a de- freedom of style. fense contractor to the East Coast and abroad, The 2,500-square-foot shop feels industrial Keogh always found time to slip away from with its black, white and silver color scheme the meetings and work to visit the boutiques and ultramodern architecture, yet the stark she learned about from Vogue’s annual list of Classen Curve edge is glamorized by a giant fabulous boutiques. crystal chandelier that hangs as a majestic “I would basically have my hit list in my iPhone and, depending on what city I was in, I would be like, ‘OK, what boutique am I going to try to sneak over to real quick?’ ” Keogh said.

centerpiece in the space. Two large, curved display fixtures anchor the shop, upon which float luxurious garments hand-picked by Keogh.

Her preoccupation with these boutiques quickly A spectacular floor-length pleated silk dress by became a love affair. Keogh fell in love with the Robin Brouillette is a favorite in Keogh’s collection. designers she found throughout the world. But she was frustrated because she couldn’t find the “You never have to dry clean it, you can crumple it up into a little ball and it comes out fine,” same designers back home in central Oklahoma. she said. “If I’m having this problem finding exactly Across the way hangs Issa’s wrap dress that what I want to wear that not everyone else is one-ups the classic Diane Von Furstenberg going to have, then other women must be as with its jersey silk and beautiful drape. It is a well,” she rationalized. favorite of Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, who The logical end to fulfill both Keogh’s longing for wore it the day she got engaged to Prince obscure couture lines and her desire to help pro- William of England.

R I G H T: OndadeMar Niza one-piece bathing suit, Ondademar hat, Judith Leiber bracelets, all f rom Liberte.

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Then there’s the Karolina Zmarlak four-way dress that’s reversible in that you can wear it inside out and backward. Keogh’s style is classic, tailored. “Women feel more ladylike when they are in things that are tailored, versus that loose West Coast vibe which was so big here for the last five years,” she said. Keogh carries some trendy pieces in the shop, but she said she wants to offer items that women will keep, and wear, for years to come. “I think the whole thing for awhile was that it was cool to be ultra casual,” said store manager Eden Turrentine. “I think it’s becomingcool again to be polished.” By bringing new and exciting lines to Oklahoma City, Keogh said she hopes to inspire other boutiques to follow suit.

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LEFT: Erin Fetherston cardigan, Majestic camisole, Habitual teal jeans, Judith Leiber earrings and bracelet, W. Klienburg belt. RIGHT: OndadeMar Biarritz two-piece bathing suit and cover-up. Photos provided.

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04 LIVE MUSIC Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., Randy Judy and The Heartbreakers, 7 p.m., (405) 964-7263. (Shawnee) Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, 4th of July Celebration with Hosty Duo, 9 p.m., 751-1547. Nonna’s Euro-American Ristorante and Bar, 1 Mickey Mantle Drive, Jamie Bramble, 8 p.m., 235-4410.

NIGHT LIFE Cee Gee’s Club, 309 S Coltrane, Karaoke, 9 p.m., 348-7555. (Edmond)

HAPPENINGS Did You Ever - Kids Summer Camps, 9 a.m., Science Museum Oklahoma, 2100 NE 52, 602-6664. Touching the Past Exhibit, Gaylord-Pickens Oklahoma Heritage Museum, 1400 Classen Drive, 235-4458. Prix de West Invitational Art Exhibition and Sale, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250. 2012 Bethany Freedom Festival, 10 a.m., Eldon Lyon Park, 7400 NW 36 (Bethany) “Snapshots of an American Autumn: A Portrait in Protesting,” Mainsite Contemporary Art Gallery, 122 E Main, 360-1162. (Norman) “Oklahoma @ the Movies ,”Exhibit, Oklahoma Historical Society/Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-5248. Grand Casino Independence Day Celebration, 7 p.m., Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., (405) 9647263. (Shawnee) “War and Peace” with new work by Greg Davis and David Mayhew, Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

LibertyFest 2012: LibertyFest Parade, 9 a.m., Downtown Edmond, Downtown Edmond (Edmond) LibertyFest 2012: Park Fest at UCO, 6:30 p.m., University of Central Oklahoma, 100 N University Drive, 974-2000. (Edmond)

LibertyFest 2012: Fireworks at UCO, 10 p.m., University of Central Oklahoma, 100 N University Drive, 341-4336. (Edmond)

“Decade by Decade: The 1950s and 1960s,” Selections from the PSA Collection, The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995.

“Earthen Thoughts” artwork by Anita Fields, Governor’s Gallery at State Capitol Building, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-3911.

“Cherokee Baskets – History Woven In Art ,” Exhibit, Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

Vernet to Villon: NineteenthCentury French Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Art, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman) Okietales, 10:30 a.m., Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

Oklahoma’s 34th Annual Juried Fiber Art Exhibition, 2 p.m., Individual Artists of Oklahoma, 706 W Sheridan, 232-6060. Rory Morgan’s 2012 Acrylic Landscapes, Summer Wine Art Gallery, 2928 B Paseo, 831-3279.

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05 CONCERTS Under The Gun Tour - Modern Day Escape, Dr Acula, The Bunny The Bear and From Atlantis, 6 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778. Hawthorne Heights, 6 p.m., Eclipse Cultural House, 1336 E 6 (Tulsa) Handsome Devils, 9:30 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

LIVE MUSIC Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, Open Mic Night!, 9 p.m., 701-4900. (Norman) Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Casino Band, 7 p.m., 424-1000.

J U LY 4 - J U LY 1 8 “Decade by Decade: The 1950s and 1960s,” Selections from the PSA Collection, The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995.

Nonna’s Euro-American Ristorante and Bar, 1 Mickey Mantle Drive, John and Mandy - Rooftop Duo, 8 p.m., 235-4410.

“Cherokee Baskets – History Woven In Art ,” Exhibit, Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

Blue Note, 2408 N Robinson, Ghost Bikini, 9 p.m., 600-1166.

Vernet to Villon: NineteenthCentury French Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Art, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman)

Summer Operetta: Gilbert and Sullivan’s “Iolanthe,” 8 p.m., Nancy O’Brian Center for the Performing Arts, 1809 Stubbeman, 364-8962. (Norman)

Oklahoma’s 34th Annual Juried Fiber Art Exhibition, Individual Artists of Oklahoma, 706 W Sheridan, 232-6060.

“End Days,” 8 p.m., Carpenter Square Theatre, 800 W Main, 232-6500.

Rory Morgan’s 2012 Acrylic Landscapes, Summer Wine Art Gallery, 2928 B Paseo, 831-3279.

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HAPPENINGS Did You Ever - Kids Summer Camps, 9 a.m., Science Museum Oklahoma, 2100 NE 52, 602-6664. Touching the Past Exhibit, Gaylord-Pickens Oklahoma Heritage Museum, 1400 Classen Drive, 235-4458. Prix de West Invitational Art Exhibition and Sale, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250. “Snapshots of an American Autumn: A Portrait in Protesting,” Mainsite Contemporary Art Gallery, 122 E Main, 360-1162. (Norman) “Oklahoma @ the Movies ,”Exhibit, Oklahoma Historical Society/ Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-5248. “Earthen Thoughts” artwork by Anita Fields, Governor’s Gallery at State Capitol Building, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-3911.

CONCERTS Billy Currington, 8 p.m., Riverwind Casino, 1544 W State Highway 9, 322-6000. (Norman) Granger Smith and Dolly Shine, 8 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276. The Gourds, 8 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, (918) 584-2306. (Tulsa) Milliyone, 9 p.m., Zax Coco’s Loco’s, 1140 N MacArthur Jerry Lewis, 7 p.m., Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., (405) 9647263. (Shawnee)

LIVE MUSIC Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Shock, 9 p.m., 424-1000. Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, Jumpsuit Love, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

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Did You Ever - Kids Summer Camps, 9 a.m., Science Museum Oklahoma, 2100 NE 52, 602-6664. Prix de West Invitational Art Exhibition and Sale, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250.

“Snapshots of an American Autumn: A Portrait in Protesting” Mainsite Contemporary Art Gallery, 122 E Main, 360-1162. (Norman)

“Two Visions at Visions” featuring new work by Cindy Viol and Glenn Fillmore, Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

“Oklahoma @ the Movies ,”Exhibit, Oklahoma Historical Society/ Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-5248.

“Spirituality in Jewelry and Metals,” A Jeweler’s Art, 3018 Paseo Drive, 557-1866.

“Earthen Thoughts” artwork by Anita Fields, Governor’s Gallery at State Capitol Building, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-3911. “Decade by Decade: The 1950s and 1960s,” Selections from the PSA Collection, The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995. “Cherokee Baskets – History Woven In Art ,” Exhibit, Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill) Vernet to Villon: NineteenthCentury French Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Art, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman)

The Art Bar, In Your Eye Studio & Gallery, 3005 Paseo, 525-2161. Rory Morgan’s 2012 Acrylic Landscapes, Summer Wine Art Gallery, 2928 B Paseo, 831-3279. “From Russia With Love” A Retrospective Of Fantasy, Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo, 604-6602. “Horses,” JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

SAT

07 CONCERTS Our Sky Is Falling CD Release with Found In Atlases, Alice Awaits, Manipulate The Ghosts and Amara, 6:30 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778. The Scene Aesthetic and Alex Goot, 6 p.m., Eclipse Cultural House, 1336 E 6 (Tulsa) Whiskey Myers, 9 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 6016276. Speedy Ortiz, CHUD and SonicViolence, 9 p.m., Opolis Production LLC, 113 N Crawford, (Norman)


WIMGO EVENTS LIVE MUSIC Ingrid’s Kitchen, 3701 N Youngs, Kitty Houston and Gary Johnson’s Band, noon, 946-8444. Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Shock, 9 p.m., 424-1000. Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, Jetset Kings, 9 p.m., 751-1547. Nonna’s Euro-American Ristorante and Bar, 1 Mickey Mantle Drive, Jacob Becannen and Mark Vollertson, 8 p.m., 235-4410. Big Dick’s Roadhouse Bar & Grill, 501 N Mustang, Uncle Freddy, 9 p.m., 577-8270. (Yukon)

J U LY 4 - J U LY 1 8 “Cherokee Baskets – History Woven In Art ,” Exhibit, Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

LIVE MUSIC

HAPPENINGS

The Deli, 309 White, Mike Hosty, 9 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman)

Vernet to Villon: NineteenthCentury French Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Art, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman)

Blues Saloon, 2525 NW 10, Blues Revue Band Open Jam, 9 p.m., 601-1165.

Prix de West Invitational Art Exhibition and Sale, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250.

“Spirituality in Jewelry and Metals,” A Jeweler’s Art, 3018 Paseo Drive, 557-1866.

THEATER The Art Bar, In Your Eye Studio & Gallery, 3005 Paseo, 525-2161. “From Russia With Love” A Retrospective Of Fantasy, Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo, 604-6602.

THEATER Look Musical Theatre presents: “Gypsy,” 2 and 8 p.m., Tulsa Performing Arts Center, 110 E 2, (918) 596-7122. (Tulsa) Summer Operetta: Gilbert and Sullivan’s “Iolanthe,” 2 and 8 p.m., Nancy O’Brian Center for the Performing Arts, 1809 Stubbeman, 364-8962. (Norman) “End Days,” 8 p.m., Carpenter Square Theatre, 800 W Main, 232-6500.

SPORTS History Comes Alive Cruises, Regatta Park, 701 S Lincoln

HAPPENINGS Touching the Past Exhibit, Gaylord-Pickens Oklahoma Heritage Museum, 1400 Classen Drive, 235-4458. Prix de West Invitational Art Exhibition and Sale, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250. “Earthen Thoughts” artwork by Anita Fields, Governor’s Gallery at State Capitol Building, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-3911. “Decade by Decade: The 1950s and 1960s,” Selections from the PSA Collection, The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995.

Myriad Botanical Gardens, 100 Myriad Gardens, Sunday Twilight Concert Series, Presented by Devon Energy, 7:30 p.m., 297-3995.

SUN

Look Musical Theatre presents: “Gypsy,” 2 p.m., Tulsa Performing Arts Center, 110 E 2, (918) 5967122. (Tulsa) Summer Operetta: Gilbert and Sullivan’s “Iolanthe,” 2 p.m., Nancy O’Brian Center for the Performing Arts, 1809 Stubbeman, 364-8962. (Norman)

“Earthen Thoughts” artwork by Anita Fields, Governor’s Gallery at State Capitol Building, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., 521-3911.

NIGHT LIFE

MON

09 CONCERTS

“Cherokee Baskets – History Woven In Art ,” Exhibit, Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill) Vernet to Villon: NineteenthCentury French Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Art, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman)

Sub Pop, 8 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, (918) 584-2306. (Tulsa)

MUSIC Cookies, 2304 N Western, David Bruster and Andy Adams, 8 p.m. The Parish, 1757 NW 16, From Indian Lakes, 6:30 p.m.

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, Karaoke, 8 p.m., 751-1547.

HAPPENINGS Did You Ever - Kids Summer Camps, 9 a.m., Science Museum Oklahoma, 2100 NE 52, 602-6664. Prix de West Invitational Art Exhibition and Sale, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250. “Oklahoma @ the Movies ,” Exhibit, Oklahoma Historical Society/ Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-5248. “Cherokee Baskets – History Woven In Art ,” Exhibit, Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

08 CONCERTS Sweet Wednesday, 8 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 5240738. Porter Robinson – The Language Tour, 8 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, (918) 584-2306. (Tulsa) Neldoreth, Vulkodlak, Enfuneration, Indeed Sir and Dark Arsenal, 7 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778. Sunday Twilight Concert Series, Presented by Devon Energy, 7:30 p.m., Myriad Botanical Gardens, 100 Myriad Gardens, 297-3995. 12 Stones, Blameshift, Two Fold and Atrus, 7 p.m., The Hidden Castle, 1309 24 SW, 701-0870. (Norman) Summer Breeze Concert with Brave Combo, 7:30 p.m., Lion’s Park, 400 S Flood, 307-9320. (Norman) And So I Watch You From Afar with Zechs Marquise, 8 p.m. Opolis Production LLC, 113 N Crawford, (Norman)

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WIMGO EVENTS

J U LY 4 - J U LY 1 8

Vernet to Villon: NineteenthCentury French Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Art, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman)

WED

11

“Two Visions at Visions” featuring new work by Cindy Viol and Glenn Fillmore, Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

CONCERTS Matt Mason, 9:30 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 6016276.

TUE

10

Electric Frankenstein, Swingin Dicks and Lotta Turf, 7:30 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778.

LIVE MUSIC Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., Jamie Richards, 7 p.m., 9647263. (Shawnee)

CONCERTS Tribute To Bob Childers, 8 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738.

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, Weathermen, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

Death Cab For Cutie, 8:30 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, (918) 584-2306. (Tulsa)

NIGHT LIFE Cee Gee’s Club, 309 S Coltrane, Karaoke, 9 p.m., 348-7555. (Edmond)

Paul Rogers of Bad Company, 8 p.m., Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, 777 W Cherokee, (918) 266-4352. (Catoosa)

HAPPENINGS Did You Ever - Kids Summer Camps, 9 a.m., Science Museum Oklahoma, 2100 NE 52, 602-6664.

Crown The Empire, 6:30 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778.

Touching the Past Exhibit, Gaylord-Pickens Oklahoma Heritage Museum, 1400 Classen Drive, 235-4458.

Stephane Wrembel and Kyle Dillingham, 7 p.m., Allied Arts, 1015 N Broadway Ste 200, 278-8944.

NIGHT LIFE

Prix de West Invitational Art Exhibition and Sale, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250.

Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, Othello’s Comedy Night, 10 p.m., 701-4900. (Norman) Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, DJ Big G, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

THEATER “Broadway Bootcamp Goes to Hollywood,” , Poteet Theatre, 222 NW 15, 609-1023.

Touching the Past Exhibit, Gaylord-Pickens Oklahoma Heritage Museum, 1400 Classen Drive, 235-4458.

“Oklahoma @ the Movies ,”Exhibit, Oklahoma Historical Society/ Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-5248.

Prix de West Invitational Art Exhibition and Sale, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250.

“Decade by Decade: The 1950s and 1960s,” Selections from the PSA Collection, The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995.

“Snapshots of an American Autumn: A Portrait in Protesting,” Mainsite Contemporary Art Gallery, 122 E Main, 360-1162. (Norman)

“Cherokee Baskets – History Woven In Art ,” Exhibit, Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

HAPPENINGS Did You Ever - Kids Summer Camps, 9 a.m., Science Museum Oklahoma, 2100 NE 52, 602-6664.

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Vernet to Villon: NineteenthCentury French Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Art, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman) “Two Visions at Visions” featuring new work by Cindy Viol and Glenn Fillmore, Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229. “Spirituality in Jewelry and Metals,” A Jeweler’s Art, 3018 Paseo Drive, 557-1866. (Oklahoma City )

Rory Morgan’s 2012 Acrylic Landscapes, Summer Wine Art Gallery, 2928 B Paseo, 831-3279. Wild Tuesdays Story Time Safaris, 9:30 a.m., Oklahoma City Zoo, 2101 NE 50, 424-3344. “From Russia With Love” A Retrospective Of Fantasy, Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo, 604-6602. “Horses,” JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

“Snapshots of an American Autumn: A Portrait in Protesting,” Mainsite Contemporary Art Gallery, 122 E Main, 360-1162. (Norman) “Oklahoma @ the Movies ,” Exhibit, Oklahoma Historical Society/Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-5248. “Decade by Decade: The 1950s and 1960s,” Selections from the PSA Collection, The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995.


WIMGO EVENTS

J U LY 4 - J U LY 1 8

“Cherokee Baskets – History Woven In Art ,” Exhibit, Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler. (Park Hill)

LIVE MUSIC

Vernet to Villon: NineteenthCentury French Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Art, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman)

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Replay, 7 p.m., 424-1000.

Okietales, 10:30 a.m., Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765. “Two Visions at Visions” featuring new work by Cindy Viol and Glenn Fillmore, Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229. Summer Classics Series, 2 and 7 p.m., Cinemark Tinseltown USA, 6001 N Martin Luther King, (800) 326-3264. “Spirituality in Jewelry and Metals,” A Jeweler’s Art, 3018 Paseo Drive, 557-1866. Rory Morgan’s 2012 Acrylic Landscapes, Summer Wine Art Gallery, 2928 B Paseo, 831-3279. “From Russia With Love” A Retrospective Of Fantasy, Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo, 604-6602. “Horses,” JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

THU

12 CONCERTS Country Road 5, 9:30 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 6016276. War of Ages, The Overseer, Leaders and Letter to Exiles, 6:30 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778. Concerts in the Park, 7 p.m., Joe B. Barnes Regional Park, 8700 E Reno.

Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, Open Mic Night!, 9 p.m., 701-4900. (Norman)

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, Avenue, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

THEATER “Broadway Bootcamp Goes to Hollywood,” Poteet Theatre, 222 NW 15, 609-1023. “End Days,” 7:30 p.m., Carpenter Square Theatre, 800 W Main, 232-6500.

HAPPENINGS Did You Ever - Kids Summer Camps, 9 a.m., Science Museum Oklahoma, 2100 NE 52, 602-6664. Touching the Past Exhibit, Gaylord-Pickens Oklahoma Heritage Museum, 1400 Classen Drive, 235-4458.

“Spirituality in Jewelry and Metals,” A Jeweler’s Art, 3018 Paseo Drive, 557-1866.

Oklahoma Rock Academy, 8932 S Western, Unite The Fright and SixtySix Killz, 8 p.m., 636-1199.

“The Art Bar,” In Your Eye Studio & Gallery, 3005 Paseo, 525-2161.

Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, 80z Enuf, 9 p.m., 424-1000.

Rory Morgan’s 2012 Acrylic Landscapes, Summer Wine Art Gallery, 2928 B Paseo, 831-3279.

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, 2AM, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

“From Russia With Love” A Retrospective Of Fantasy, Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo, 604-6602.

Nonna’s Euro-American Ristorante and Bar, 1 Mickey Mantle Drive, Oxford Town, 8 p.m., 235-4410.

“Horses,” JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

McSalty’s Pizza, 3000 N Portland, Mirror Image, Happy Tuesday, Oberon and Deadweight, 7 p.m., 943-3637.

FRI

13 CONCERTS

Prix de West Invitational Art Exhibition and Sale, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250.

The Duke’s of September featuring Donald Fagen, Michael McDonald and Boz Scaggs, 8 p.m., Brady Theater, 105 W Brady, (918) 582-7239. (Tulsa)

“Snapshots of an American Autumn: A Portrait in Protesting,” Mainsite Contemporary Art Gallery, 122 E Main, 360-1162. (Norman)

Eisley and Merriment, 9 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778.

“Oklahoma @ the Movies ,”Exhibit, Oklahoma Historical Society/ Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-5248.

Ellis Paul, 8 p.m., The Blue Door, 2805 N Mckinley, 524-0738. Dr Acula, 6 p.m., Eclipse Cultural House, 1336 E 6. (Tulsa)

“Decade by Decade: The 1950s and 1960s,” Selections from the PSA Collection, The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995.

JB and The Moonshine Band, 9:30 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

“Cherokee Baskets – History Woven In Art ,” Exhibit, Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler. (Park Hill)

Deadcore CD Release Party with Ommadon, Dying Art and Veil of Suffering, 9 p.m., The Hidden Castle, 1309 24 SW, 701-0870. (Norman)

Vernet to Villon: NineteenthCentury French Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Art, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman)

LIVE MUSIC

“Two Visions at Visions” featuring new work by Cindy Viol and Glenn Fillmore, Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

Grady’s 66 Pub, 444 W Main, Chad Sullins and the Last Call Coalition, 8:30 p.m., 354-8789. (Yukon)

The Point After Club, 6800 S I 35 Service Road, The Zulus, 9 p.m., 778-8166.

“Two Visions at Visions” featuring new work by Cindy Viol and Glenn Fillmore, Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

4th Annual Watermelon Wine and Music Festival, 3 p.m., Coffee Creek Music Complex, 4 1/2 miles north of Marlow, (405) 285-4284. (Marlow)

“Spirituality in Jewelry and Metals,” A Jeweler’s Art, 3018 Paseo Drive, 557-1866. (Oklahoma City )

Quintron and Miss Pussycat, 9 p.m., Opolis Production LLC, 113 N Crawford (Norman)

“The Art Bar,” In Your Eye Studio & Gallery, 3005 Paseo, 525-2161.

Slightly Stoopid and The Aggrolites, 9 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, (918) 584-2306. (Tulsa)

Rory Morgan’s 2012 Acrylic Landscapes, Summer Wine Art Gallery, 2928 B Paseo, 831-3279. “From Russia With Love” A Retrospective Of Fantasy, Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo, 604-6602.

THEATER “End Days,” 8 p.m., Carpenter Square Theatre, 800 W Main, 232-6500.

HAPPENINGS 2nd Friday Circuit of Art, 6 p.m., Norman Arts Council, 122 E Main St, 360-1162. (Norman) Did You Ever - Kids Summer Camps, 9 a.m., Science Museum Oklahoma, 2100 NE 52, 602-6664. Prix de West Invitational Art Exhibition and Sale, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250. “Snapshots of an American Autumn: A Portrait in Protesting,” Mainsite Contemporary Art Gallery, 122 E Main, 360-1162. (Norman) “Oklahoma @ the Movies ,”Exhibit, Oklahoma Historical Society/ Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-5248.

“Horses,”, JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

SAT

14 CONCERTS Wade Bowen, 8 p.m., Riverwind Casino, 1544 W State Highway 9, 322-6000. (Norman) The Byron Berline Band, 7:30 p.m., Double Stop Fiddle Shop, 121 E Oklahoma, 282-6646. (Guthrie) Boston, 8 p.m., Lucky Star Casino, 7777 N Highway 81, 262-7612. (El Reno)

Greater Oklahoma Bluegrass Music Society Concert, 6:30 p.m., Oklahoma Country Western Museum Hall of Fame, 3925 SE 29, 677-7515. EVOLVE - Brian Zero’s Zombie B-Day Bash, 9 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778. Taylor Atkinson, 9 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 6016276.

LIVE MUSIC The Point After Club, 6800 S I 35 Service Road, 10 Burn 4, 9 p.m., 778-8166. Ingrid’s Kitchen, 3701 N Youngs, Kitty Houston and Gary Johnson’s Band, noon, 946-8444. Veterans of Foreign Wars, 811 E Macarthur St, Romero EP Release with Ephemera, 6 p.m., (405) 2737098. (Shawnee) Remington Park Racing and Casino, 1 Remington Place, Boogie Fever, 9 p.m., 424-1000. Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, 2AM, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

“Decade by Decade: The 1950s and 1960s,” Selections from the PSA Collection, The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995. “Cherokee Baskets – History Woven In Art ,” Exhibit, Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill) Vernet to Villon: NineteenthCentury French Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Art, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman)

The Parish, 1757 NW 16, Jake Germany and Poema, 6:30 p.m.

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WIMGO EVENTS Nonna’s Euro-American Ristorante and Bar, 1 Mickey Mantle Drive, Stephen Speaks, 8 p.m., 235-4410.

J U LY 4 - J U LY 1 8 Sunday Twilight Concert Series, Presented by Devon Energy, 7:30 p.m., Myriad Botanical Gardens, 100 Myriad Gardens, 297-3995.

NIGHT LIFE

THEATER

Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, Karaoke, 8 p.m., 751-1547.

“Broadway Bootcamp Goes to Hollywood,” , Poteet Theatre, 222 NW 15, 609-1023.

Indigo Girls, 8 p.m., Cain’s Ballroom, 423 N Main, (918) 584-2306. (Tulsa)

HAPPENINGS

THEATER “End Days,” 8 p.m., Carpenter Square Theatre, 800 W Main, 232-6500.

LIVE MUSIC SPORTS History Comes Alive Cruises, Regatta Park, 701 S Lincoln

HAPPENINGS Touching the Past Exhibit, Gaylord-Pickens Oklahoma Heritage Museum, 1400 Classen Drive, 235-4458. Prix de West Invitational Art Exhibition and Sale, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250.

The Deli, 309 White, Mike Hosty, 9 p.m., 329-3534. (Norman) Blues Saloon, 2525 NW 10, Blues Revue Band Open Jam, 9 p.m., 601-1165. McSalty’s Pizza, 3000 N Portland, Embrace, Weeping Martyr, Hanging Haley and Happy Tuesday, 6 p.m., 943-3637. Blue Note, 2408 N Robinson, Shane Sweeney, 9 p.m., 600-1166.

THEATER “Decade by Decade: The 1950s and 1960s,” Selections from the PSA Collection, The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995. “Cherokee Baskets – History Woven In Art ,” Exhibit, Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill) Vernet to Villon: NineteenthCentury French Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Art, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman) “Spirituality in Jewelry and Metals,” A Jeweler’s Art, 3018 Paseo Drive, 557-1866. “The Art Bar,” In Your Eye Studio & Gallery, 3005 Paseo, 525-2161. “From Russia With Love” A Retrospective Of Fantasy, Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo, 604-6602.

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“End Days,” 2 p.m., Carpenter Square Theatre, 800 W Main, 232-6500.

HAPPENINGS Prix de West Invitational Art Exhibition and Sale, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250. “Cherokee Baskets – History Woven In Art ,” Exhibit, Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill) Vernet to Villon: NineteenthCentury French Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Art, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman)

Did You Ever - Kids Summer Camps, 9 a.m., Science Museum Oklahoma, 2100 NE 52, 602-6664. Prix de West Invitational Art Exhibition and Sale, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250. “Oklahoma @ the Movies ,”Exhibit, Oklahoma Historical Society/Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-5248. “Cherokee Baskets – History Woven In Art ,” Exhibit, Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill) Vernet to Villon: NineteenthCentury French Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Art, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman) “Two Visions at Visions” featuring new work by Cindy Viol and Glenn Fillmore, Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

TUE

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MON

16

The Henry Clay People, 8 p.m., The Conservatory, 8911 N Western, 879-9778. Peelander Z, 9 p.m., Opolis Production LLC, 113 N Crawford (Norman)

NIGHT LIFE

LIVE MUSIC CONCERTS

HAPPENINGS

Cookies, 2304 N Western, David Bruster and Andy Adams, 8 p.m.

Big Time Rush, 7 p.m., BOK Center, 200 S Denver, (918) 894-4200. (Tulsa)

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Othello’s, 434 Buchanan, Othello’s Comedy Night, 10 p.m., 701-4900. (Norman) Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, DJ Big G, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

Did You Ever - Kids Summer Camps, 9 a.m., Science Museum Oklahoma, 2100 NE 52, 602-6664.

“Horses,” JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.

WED

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Touching the Past Exhibit, Gaylord-Pickens Oklahoma Heritage Museum, 1400 Classen Drive, 235-4458. Prix de West Invitational Art Exhibition and Sale, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250. “Snapshots of an American Autumn: A Portrait in Protesting,” Mainsite Contemporary Art Gallery, 122 E Main, 360-1162. (Norman) “Oklahoma @ the Movies ,”Exhibit, Oklahoma Historical Society/ Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-5248. “Decade by Decade: The 1950s and 1960s,” Selections from the PSA Collection, The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995. “Cherokee Baskets – History Woven In Art ,” Exhibit, Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill) Vernet to Villon: NineteenthCentury French Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Art, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman) “Two Visions at Visions” featuring new work by Cindy Viol and Glenn Fillmore, Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

CONCERTS Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival, 1 p.m., OKC Zoo Amphitheatre, 2101 NE 50, 364-3700.

“Decade by Decade: The 1950s and 1960s,” Selections from the PSA Collection, The Untitled Artspace, 1 NE 3, 815-9995. “Cherokee Baskets – History Woven In Art ,” Exhibit, Cherokee Heritage Center, 21192 S Keeler (Park Hill)

James Taylor, 8 p.m., BOK Center, 200 S Denver, (918) 894-4200. (Tulsa) Mike McClure Band, 9:30 p.m., Wormy Dog Saloon, 311 E Sheridan, 601-6276.

Okietales, 10:30 a.m., Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-0765.

LIVE MUSIC

“Two Visions at Visions” featuring new work by Cindy Viol and Glenn Fillmore, Visions In The Paseo Art Gallery, 2924 Paseo, 557-1229.

Grand Casino, 777 Grand Casino Blvd., TJ McFarland, 7 p.m., 9647263. (Shawnee) Baker Street Pub & Grill, 2701 W Memorial, Threat Level Midnight, 9 p.m., 751-1547.

Summer Classics Series, 2 and 7 p.m., Cinemark Tinseltown USA, 6001 N Martin Luther King, (800) 326-3264.

NIGHT LIFE Cee Gee’s Club, 309 S Coltrane, Karaoke, 9 p.m., 348-7555. (Edmond)

THEATER Bang Bang Variety Show featuring Christophe and The Prairie Fire, 9 p.m., The Hidden Castle, 1309 24 SW, 701-0870. (Norman)

“Spirituality in Jewelry and Metals,” A Jeweler’s Art, 3018 Paseo Drive, 557-1866. Rory Morgan’s 2012 Acrylic Landscapes, Summer Wine Art Gallery, 2928 B Paseo, 831-3279. “From Russia With Love” A Retrospective Of Fantasy, Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo, 604-6602.

HAPPENINGS Did You Ever - Kids Summer Camps, 9 a.m., Science Museum Oklahoma, 2100 NE 52, 602-6664.

Rory Morgan’s 2012 Acrylic Landscapes, Summer Wine Art Gallery, 2928 B Paseo, 831-3279.

Touching the Past Exhibit, Gaylord-Pickens Oklahoma Heritage Museum, 1400 Classen Drive, 235-4458.

“From Russia With Love” A Retrospective Of Fantasy, Paseo Originals, 2920 Paseo, 604-6602.

“Oklahoma @ the Movies ,”Exhibit, Oklahoma Historical Society/ Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, 522-5248.

Vernet to Villon: NineteenthCentury French Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Art, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm, 325-3272. (Norman)

“Spirituality in Jewelry and Metals,” A Jeweler’s Art, 3018 Paseo Drive, 557-1866. \

Wild Tuesdays Story Time Safaris, 9:30 a.m., Oklahoma City Zoo, 2101 NE 50, 424-3344.

“Snapshots of an American Autumn: A Portrait in Protesting,” Mainsite Contemporary Art Gallery, 122 E Main, 360-1162. (Norman)

Prix de West Invitational Art Exhibition and Sale, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63, 478-2250.

“Horses,” JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N Walker, 528-6336.


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CAR SHOW JULY 4TH 9:30-4:30 Eldon Lyon Park Bethany Christian Rods-N-Customs 408-3351 •••• 390-9749

'02 Thunderbird Convertible w/ Hardtop, white w/ black leather int. & black conv. top. 57K mi, Exc. Cond $23,000 ¡ 405-390-8520

Classic Car Restoration Free transport avail 918-605-6070 YesteryearClassicAutos.com

2002 Ford Thunderbird Convertible, Approx 57,000 mi, $15,250, 405-689-0525

1979 Lincoln Continental Collector Series Midnight blue 4 door, VGC, runs and drives, nice interior and exterior, 134A air $2000 obo, 405-401-8759 leave message

00 Ford Explorer, 115K mis, auto, new Kenwood stereo, cold AC, 4x4, loaded, great condition $4800/OBO call 405-943-0935

1979 Chevrolet Camaro Z28, TTs, Restoration needed $1000. Casey: 405-659-8490 1979 Mercedes 450 SLC Runs fine. Perfect project! $3500 391-4805 '77 El Camino, $9,000 (405) 501-2272 or 843-9911 dholman322@aol.com 1965 Ford Thunderbird Landau all original excellent condition $8900 obo 580-436-5235

$ PAYING The MOST CASH $250 & UP!! Junk Auto's **Call Becca** 408-4835

'09 VANTAGE ROADSTER red/tan 5K miles. $99,500 (405) 760-2414 ebay#170869626913

Cash Paid, No Title OK FAST Have it GONE TODAY!!, 408-4835

'96 Park Ave Ultra 125K, Pewter, runs grt, body, tires, moonroof, leather, alum whls, loaded, garaged, clean Carfax, $4,995. 405-830-2458

$ $ $ CASH 4 CARS $ $ $

2008 Cad Escalade ESV White Diamond, Luxury Pkg, NAV, 2nd & 3rd row Cap. Seats, w/entertainment system, Chrome 22' whl, heated and a/c front seats, family vacation vech. $37,000 » 405-227-4695»

RUNNING OR WRECKED $200 CASH PAID 405-990-9535

'95 Fleetwood Brm (RWD) 53K actual mi, like new, $6,995. 759-3886/630-7091

WE BUY JUNK CARS We Sell Used Parts ‘‘ Call 512-7278 ‘‘

2011 Toyota Tacoma Off Road 4x4 OEM 16" wheels, retail $1,715.54. $800 cash firm. 872-8864 $200 & Up for non-running vehicles, no title ok. 405-819-6293

1988 HONDA CRX 3rd Owner Stored in doors. Beautiful!!! 405-604-0452 $5000 OBO

'99 Mercedes C280, runs & drives good, cold AC, 140K, $2,200. 885-5555

'08 Grand Marquis 5k mi Cranberry, Tan/leather int. $15,000 936-6482

*SAME DAY SERVICE* No Title Ok, ~ Fast ~, Call Becca 405-408-4835 $$$$$$$$$$$$

$ Cash 4 Cars $ For junk cars/trucks running or not, 7 days a week. Extra $ for clean running cars. No title needed. cell 405-655-2950

$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ PAYING CASH Cars Trucks Vans & SUVs ¡¡ CALL 512-7278 ¡¡ 1934 FORD COUPE nice looking nice driving. Call David 580-554-5452 Enid

'03 Chrysler Sebring, 130K, pw, pl, runs & drives good, cold AC, $1950. 885-5555

'94 GMC Sierra LS Ext Cab, Real Good Shape, V8 auto $1700 885-2572 or 924-1430 2008 Honda Ridgeline RTS w/extras 72,200 miles. 1 owner, Exc cond. $21,000. 405-627-5913 2005 Toyota Tundra crew cab, 4WD, 1 owner, leather, Super clean, (405) 761-7336 $16,500.

2010 Chevrolet Tahoe 4WD, automatic, leather, keyless entry, PL, PW, 3rd row seat, $28,700, 405-416-3606 '02 Dodge Durango, V8 auto, 4wd 3rd row seating $3,950 863-6399

$200 & Up for non-running vehicles, no title ok. 405-819-6293

'01 GMC Denali, AWD, 172K miles, fully loaded, Black, asking $7,500obo. 405-840-4077

2005 Ford F-250 XL Crew Cab, with 5x4 V8, 95K miles, automatic trans, ac good, flat bed, toolboxes, ladder rack, good tires, needs motor. $5,500 Mon-Fri 8-5, 405-348-1712

2008 Nissan 350Z 2Dr, Coupe, automatic, leather, excellent cond, 12,500 mi, 405-370-5750 PRICED BELOW RETAIL. $21,400.

'06 Chevy SWB Extra Clean, $6,350 692-8855 or 326-8855

'01 Nissan Altima, auto, runs & drives good, pw, pl, $1,850. 885-5555

'89 Chevy S10 Ext Cab, std trans, 30mpg, Good shape, Good tires $1600 885-2572 or 924-1430 '76 Chevy 1 ton w/winch for towing cars/pulling motors, very good shape, 66K actual miles $2500 885-2572 or 924-1430

95 ISUZU Rodeo. 4wd, V6, auto, ac, runs good. $1,500. 405-416-4604 '99 Mercury Mountaineer fully loaded 146K runs/drives perfect $1,750. 885-5555

2002 Toyota Forerunner SR5, 75K mi, very good cond. $9000 405-740-4708

'90 Dodge Caravan, Good Shape, V6 auto, $975 885-2572 or 924-1430 '01 Ford Windstar van, sliding doors, cold AC, $3,850. 863-6399 '99 GMC Safari van, all power, nice, cold AC, $2,250. 863-6399

2003 Suzuki XL7 132k mi, A/C, sunroof, $3250, 405-905-4767

2006 Toyota Camry auto, 82K mi, lt blue, cloth int, 1 owner, 4D LE, 580-445-2256 Ada OK $8,900 OBO. '04 Ford MACH I, 5 spd, 4.6 Overhead Cam, orange & black, Fast & Loud! $11,500 ¡ 823-6161

'81 Ford F-250 4WD, raised springs some, hvy duty tow pkg, Very Good Shape $2500 885-2572 or 924-1430

I BUY JUNK CARS/TRKS Running or not, all years. 341-5404 days.

2007 Malibu Must Sell $7500 Call 405-443-8228 and 405-632-7900

PU bed lids tool boxes factory 2nds & new 50% off new!521-0300

90 Acura LLS, 2dr, green, all pwr, sunroof, new tires, great stereo, runs good $1500 cash 343-5743

'96 Ford Mustang Convert, runs/drives good, pw, pl, $1,650. 885-5555

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'04 Ford MACH I, 5 spd, 4.6 Overhead Cam, orange & black, Fast & Loud! $11,500 ¡ 823-6161

I Buy Junk Cars & Trucks. Free towing, No title Ok 405-655-2950 AAA cash car, trk, cycle. Run/notfree tow. We come to U 850-9696

'97 Taurus SHO, V8, fully loaded, 113K mi, good rubber, Extra clean $17,700 405-777-8018

94 Toyota Tercel, 37mpg, 5 spd, $2,200 obo (405) 680-5465 406-9708 cell

'05 Toyota Camry, 5spd, exc cond, non-smoker, new tires, $5,800. 885-5555

'06 Pontiac Montana, all pwr, lady driven, $6950. 863-6399 '08 Ford F-250 Lariat Super Cab 4WD, auto, all options incl. Nav & DVD, OCC mags, Nitto tires $29,000 ¡ 412-4444, 410-3060

'02 Pontiac Montana,CD, cold AC, sliding doors, $4,250. 863-6399

'02 Ford F-150 Heavy Duty Ext Cab, 7-lug whls, Exc shape $6500 885-2572 or 924-1430 '97 Ford Turbo Diesel 12ft solid steel dump bed, pockets all around $6600 cash or trade. 885-2572 or 924-1430

1975 boat with 1978 Johnson 70hp motor, $1,100 OBO. 324-6420 or 249-5990


Form Carpenters and Laborers Needed Immediate positions for form carpenters and laborers working in the Shawnee area. Must have transportation. Interested candidates can call Eric Sheely @ 918-693-1816 between 8:00am and 5:00pm M-F.

2008 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic 2008 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic. Beautiful bike has never been down. All options. Tons of chrome. high capacity air breather. Vance and Hines straight shot pipes. Screamin Eagle chip. Perfect in every way. Only 3055 miles. $16500 Call Grant 405.924.6191

Journeyman Electrician 5 multifamily projects in OK city, Edmond and Stillwater. Must have OK journeyman electrician License. Bob Snell @ 501-920-4806

2003 Harley Davidson Dyna Low Rider 100th Anniversary Edition Silver and Black loaded with less than 3000 actual miles $8000. 405-795-7897

'02 1100 Custom Yamaha, runs great, 40+MPG $2,995. 405-551-1510 '01 Yamaha V-Star 650cc black, MANY EXTRAS, $2995, 405-551-0980 or 405-525-0998

Golf Car Center Yamaha, E-Z-GO New/Used 262-2221 Okc 866-323-2221

'98 Discovery by Winnebago 38' diesel pusher, large slide, 66K act mi, 1 owner, never been leased or wrecked, $46,500 trade for house or land. 885-2572 or 924-1430 39' Luxury 2bd bumper pull superslide, W/D, 2ac rollout awning, spacious & very clean $18,000 obo. 870-413-9778 2009 Puma 31K ft BP, 2 slides, elec. awning $12,000 or trade 885-2572 or 924-1430

MIG WELDER Print reading exp a must. Resume to: wehire@divconst.net or fax to 405.348.7070

Accountant - Tax NW OKC CPA Firm Exp in Tax Prep. - Ind., Ptsh & Corps., Client Write-up, F/S & PYRL. Acct Degree Req. Exc Benefits. Gillispie & Ogilbee, P.C. Email resume & salary req to lbeck@gocpas.com

MANAGER/FINANCE Req BS in Bus Admin, Acctg, Fin or closely related area, 5 yrs FT supervisory/mgr exp in Finance/ Acctg. Competitive salary w/exc benefits. Submit resume & refs by 7/9/12 to: Human Resources, OKC Zoo 2101 NE 50th, OKC 73111. EOE www.okczoo.com

PLUMBER 4 yrs FT journey level plumbing/ pipefitting work exp, valid OK driver's lic & valid Plumbing & Gas Fitting Lic from both State of OK & City of OKC req. Completion of recognized p/p apprenticeship prog may sub for 2 yrs exp. Min salary $15.15/hr + exc benefits. Apply by 07/18/12 to: Human Resources, OKC Zoo 2101 NE 50th, OKC 73111 EOE www.okczoo.com

WINEGARD AUTOMATIC SATELLITE W/TRIPOD & converter, great for RVs. Only $490. » 580-234-4940 2000 Holiday Rambler 30 ft, Ford Chastity v10 19k mi, class, extras, $19,900 405-6778-676 1998 Sportsman 5th wheel, only $7,000, Good Condition, Sleeps 8 602-5451 '04 Dutch Star by Newmar 40', 4 slides, loaded, exc. condition, $90,000. Call 405-818-2727

Administrative Assistant Organized, energetic, enthusiastic, assertive and have good interpersonal skills. Must be Microsoft Word efficient. Experience in Human Resources preferred. Fax resume to Fresh Start Counseling 607-6671

Billing Clerk Home oxygen company is seeking a full-time Billing Clerk. Previous billing and Excel experience required. Must be dependable, have good communication and organizational skills and be able to work under pressure, multitask, and meet deadlines. DME / Oxygen or travel billing and customer service experience preferred. Great benefits. EEO. Send resume to denise.brown@bandbmedical.com or fax to 888-619-0033. CLERK (COURT) midwestcityok.org Clerk - Court, HS grad, cust svc & cash exp. $27,155. Contact HR Dept, City of Midwest City, 100 N. Midwest Blvd., MWC. Accepted until filled. E.O.E.

Diverse company looking for a perceptive and adaptable individual with an adventurous spirit. Position requires travel, some evenings and minimum 2 years of college. Knowledgeable in MS office. FT career with benefits in a smoking office. Hiring contingent upon ability to pass background & credit. No collection or defaulted student loans. Email resume to careeropp09@live.com Full time Clerical position in the OKC area. Must be self motivated & dependable, proficient in Microsoft professional emphasis Access & Excel. Pay DOE. Email resume’ to clericalneeded@yahoo.com General Office: responsibilities include accounting, computer input, receptionist & filing. Communication & customer care skills a must. Will train the right person who is seeking full time long term employment. Health & retirement benefits provided. Submit resume to PO Box 271593, OKC OK 73137 LINCARE, leading national respiratory company, seeks MEDICAL BILLING and COLLECTIONS SPECIALIST with attention to detail & strong communication skills. Responsible for accounts receivable from Medicare, Medicaid, insurance and patient accounts. Experience preferred. Great benefits and growth opportunities. EOE/DFWP. Submit resume to: Lincare, Inc. 940 SW 104th, Oklahoma City, OK 73139 Attn: Employment Opportunities OR fax resume to: 405-948-0384. Marketing and Communications Administrative Assistant World Neighbors, an international nonprofit, is seeking an administrative assistant in our marketing department. Available immediately. More information or to apply, visit www.wn.org/careers Medical Receptionist Cheery Multi tasker needed: answering phones, scheduling patients, etc. for a fast paced dermatology office. Send resume to hr.skinsurgeryokc@gmail.com Medical Receptionist Part time help, 16-18 hours, Choctaw area, computer & phone skills. Fax resume to 769-4034.

RCB BANK – OKLAHOMA CITY /NICHOLS HILLS TELLER POSITIONS OPEN

TILE SETTER Must have experience. Good driving record req'd. Apply at 2127 N. Eastern, Moore, OK

RCB has two teller positions open A full time position is open at the RCB Nichols Hills location at 7400 N. Western Ave, OKC. Mon-Fri 9:15 am - 6:15 pm + Mon-Fri 10:15 am - 6:15 pm + Sat 7:4 am - 12:15 pm every other week. Part-time position is located at the RCB downtown OKC location at 701 N Broadway Ave, OKC. Mon-Fri 11:30 am to 5:45 pm, every Sat. 7:45 am to 12:15 pm (approx.35 hrs pr week). Min 1 yr prev teller &/or cash handling exper required – good math & communication skills; ability to operate standard office equip; strong customer service skills. Download application from www.rcbbank.com click “careers” section or call (405) 463-5951 EOE.

AUTOMOTIVE TECHS Now Hiring ‚ 203-0596

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AMERICAN CLEANERS Hiring FT Customer Service Reps. Starting pay $9.00 per hour. Apply at 13901 N May Ave.

CUSTOMER SERVICE REP LINCARE, a leading national respiratory company, seeks friendly, attentive Customer Service Reps. Phone skills that provide warm customer service interactions a must. Maintain patient files, procss doctor orders, manage computer data & fililing. Previous AS400 & medical records experience preferred. Drug free workplace. EOE 4005 NW Expressay Suite 325, OKC, OK 73116. Ph 877-767-1340 submit resume to Fax 877-767-2389

A long term care facility needing FT Evening Laundry Worker. No experience necessary, will train. Apply at Wolf Living Center, 18501 NE 63rd, Harrah, 454-1400

ALL POSITIONS. Please call (405) 604-1331 for immediate interview.

Construction Labor/ Equipment Operators: Gen labor/construction. experience & dr. lic. required Apply at 701 N. Portland Ave.

Norman Public Schools has the following position’s available: •Head Boys Basketball Coach-Norman High •Athletic CoordinatorNorman North Other positions available online. For questions call 405-447-6599. Applications online EOE www.norman.k12.ok.us

Answer Service Operator Edmond. Must type 45 wpm. Mon OFF; Tu 4p-11p; Wed 2p-8p; Thr 4p-9p; Fr 12p-9p, Sat 8a-4p. Sun OFF $12 per hour ¡ 285-4316 Custodian/Maintenance Custodial and Maintenance Duties. 40 hrs weekly. background check required. Send resume to trustees@ coxinet.net High School Diploma Some janitoral/maintenance experience required. $20K insurance, vacation, pension. trustees@coxinet.net DRILLER HELPER NEEDED. Will Train. Some benefits. Apply in person at 809 NW 34th, Moore.

Jiffy Lube now hiring for

TIRE & LUBE TECH $1000 sign on Bonus for the right person. Call 830-5459 for more info. Edmond

WELLSTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS is accepting applications for the following three positions: Secondary English Teacher with American Lit. certification; Secondary Science Teacher with Biology certification; Agriculture Education Teacher. Please send cover letter, resume with references, copy of teaching certificate and transcripts to: Dr. Tracy Fredman, tfredman@wellston.k12.ok.us or Mr. Dwayne Danker, ddanker@wellston.k12.ok.us Mail to: P.O. Box 60, Wellston, OK 74881 or fax (405)356-2838.

High School COUNSELOR OKMULGEE HIGH SCHOOL is accepting applications for Academic counselor. Experience in assisting the principal with administrative tasks and duties is a plus. Must be self-starting, hard working, passionate, driven, and relentlessly tenacious. Hard workers ONLY need apply.

DRIVERS & HELPERS for moving company. Apply in person at 1131 Enterprise Ave., Unit 15A, OKC, OK, 445-7618. EASY DRIVING JOBS! Drivers needed for vending routes in OKC. Get paid up to $150 CASH daily. No exp. needed! Train today/Start Tomorrow! Apply today: Summer Song 1137 Exchange Ave, OKC. 1-888-608-1783 ext. 3 FLORAL DESIGNER EXPERIENCED Apply at Penny & Irene's Flowers 7556 SE 15th, MWC Garage Door Installers (driver's lic. required) No experience required. Apply at: 4141 SW 29th St. GROUNDS LABORERS needed, full time, $7.25/hr. Must pass OSBI. Mid-Del Area. Call 732-8864 8:30-2:00.

Electrician/Lic. Alarm Tech. New home construction wiring. Residential exp. required 405-513-3744 or 919-9804

Send ONLY certificate, resume, and cover to: Charles Prater, Board of Education, PO Box 1346, Okmulgee, OK 74447 cprater@okmulgee.k12.ok.us or call (918) 758-2000 ext 2104

Handyperson, PT, seasonal. Must be able to lift 100lbs, put furn. together, general handy skills M-F 12-5 $12.50 hr. 361-5006

Field Supervisor needed to oversee small remodeling jobs for roofing company, and to perform light remodeling work. Reliable transportation, references and background check. 405-948-6648

Independence Charter Middle School - Positions: Health/PE, .5 Sp Ed (Reading/LA Cert) Send resume to: vanabaker@yahoo.com

Help needed at local college. 3rd Shift Supervisors, Floor Techs & Daytime Admin. Assist. Criminal Background check required. Please call 405-974-2264 to set up interview.


JOB PLACEMENT MINISTRY Iglesia Bautista de Quail Springs 14613 N May Ave. Okla. City 73134. Various positions avail. Email Carolyn cwhitaker@ibqs.org Live-On Site Manager & P/T Assistant Manager for Self-Storage. No smoke facility/No pets. Retirees welcome. 749-1991 eoe Metal Building Erectors with wood frame experience preferred but not required. Spanish/ Bilingual. Call 412-7665

NOW HIRING for a new premier bldg in downtown OKC. Pay up to $9.00/hr • Floor Techs • General Cleaners • Garage Cleaners • Sweeper • Outside Services • Leads MUST pass background check & drug screen. Apply in person at 2550 W Reno, Ste 106. EOE PAINTER needed. 6 months experience preferred. Must be able to read, speak & understand English. Apply at: www.jobsatcaseusa.com

Production Workers Entry Level Positions Available 1st & 2nd shift Good benefits and pay. Seeking dependable applicants. Apply in person, 9am-3pm, at Mayco, Inc. 3501 E. Reno, OKC. Pre-employment drug test req'd. Save a Life! Earn $100 this week. Now Accepting New Donors Two convenient locations to serve you: East - 405-737-2447 West - 405-634-0220 In addition to meeting the donation criteria you must also provide a valid photo I.D., proof of your current address & your Social Security or immigration card to donate. SI Concrete Delivery & installation of burial vault in cemeteries. $11-$14 HR Med/ Dent/Life 405-752-9033 The Village Finance Department is accepting applications for the position of Asst. Utility Billing Clerk/ Asst. Court Clerk. Starting salary is $2,090 mo. with excellent benefits. Hours, M, T, W, F, 8-5, Thurs 8-7 Minimum qualifications: 21 yrs of age, 2 yrs office experience, computer skills & 10 key. EOE. Applications can be picked up at The Village City Hall, 2304 Manchester Dr., The Village, Ok. 73120. Apps taken until July 6th, 5p.m.

TRUCK DRIVERS S&S SOD FARM Call Joe 405-229-2346 WESTBURY GOLF •Mechanic •Course Maintenance & Superintendent • Handyman • Marshall • Pro Shop 324-7888

KNIGHT OIL TOOLS is looking for full time Level 1 and Level 2 Pipe Inspectors and BOP/Pressure Control Technicians. Competitive pay, Great benefits including Health, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance. 401K match and profit sharing. Must have reliable transportation and be willing to work overtime. Please apply at 6830 S. Sunnylane Rd or call 405.670.6660 for appointment.

-- Dental Assistant -See DentalLodge.com Immediate Opening pays $12-16/hr based on experience. Must be hard working FUN, OUTGOING, & NICE. Mon-Thurs 8am-4pm Benefits Include 401K, Scrubs, Paid Holiday, Health Insurance. Must have experience and be computer literate. 100% digital dental office, one of the nicest in the metro! Call Russell @ 651-8984 or Fax Resume 872-5271 Asbury Medical Supply Multiple Positions Avail. • Clerical Position in Rehab Dept. $10-$12/hr • Durable Medical Equip. Retail Customer Service Representative $10-$12/hr Please fax resumes to (405) 858-0119 or email to jenni@asburymedical.com A long term care facility needing a Cook/Dietary Aide. Experienced preferred but will train the right person. Days and evenings. Apply at Wolf Living Center, 18501 NE 63rd, Harrah, 454-1400 DENTAL ASSISTANT with experience for Del City area. Must be a quick learner & team player. Call 670-4480 Edmond Dental Practice in search of an Awesome

F/T Assistant. w/1yr experience & certificates. »» 348-6161 »» Hygiene Coord./ Floater Dental Asst. Seeking very special person to join our dental team. Must have experience as Dental Assistant & trained to manage hygiene recall system. If you're motivated & pay attention to details fax resume to 405-848-3334 In-House Collections/ Medical Billing position available at busy multi-specialty billing company. Will train the right person. Email resume to: oipmccp@coxinet.net or fax to: 775-9360. LINCARE, leading national respiratory company, seeks MEDICAL BILLING and COLLECTIONS SPECIALIST with attention to detail & strong communication skills. Responsible for accounts receivable from Medicare, Medicaid, insurance and patient accounts. Experience preferred. Great benefits and growth opportunities. EOE/DFWP. Submit resume to: Lincare, Inc. 940 SW 104th, Oklahoma City, OK 73139 Attn: Employment Opportunities OR fax resume to: 405-948-0384.

Medical Assistant w/experience for medical clinic in Choctaw. Must be proficient at drawing blood. Fax resume to 769-4034. PATIENT COORDINATOR for OKC Office: We seek a very special person to join our enthusiastic, warm & very dedicated dental team. Must be experienced in ALL facets of front office duties. If you are that person you will love this pleasant & professional work environment. Please fax resume & letter describing why you would be the best fit for this position to 405-848-3334

PHARMACY TECH Mon-Fri, FULL & PART TIME. No Nights. Fax resume to 424-4962. This Is A Great Job Use Your HTS skills for care of clients with disabilities. Various FT/PT shifts in OKC & Edmond. Driver’s License/ insurance required. 3000 United Founders Blvd. Suite 221, OKC, EOE 405-879-9720 EOE We are growing! Dental Depot has opportunities for:

SATURDAY HYGIENISTS & DENTAL ASSISTANTS Competitive pay and benefits! General Dentistry practice. Resume to hr@dentaldepot.net Fax 601-5453 ’ CERTIFIED HOME HEALTH AIDES ’ & 24 HOUR LIVE-IN CAREGIVERS Caring for Seniors IMMEDIATE OPENINGS PT/FT FLEXIBLE SHIFTS To Apply Call 577-1910

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A long term care facility needing FT CNA's for 2pm-10pm and 10pm-6am. CNA/Medication Administration Tech FT. Apply at Wolf Living Center, 18501 NE 63rd, Harrah, 454-1400

RN/LPN Case Manager TOP PAY - Home Health Care Co. In OKC. BENEFITS ¡ INSURANCE Fax Resume: 722-4397; 606-2736

RN/LPN Field Nurse For busy Home Health Care Agency. F/T position w/exc benefits. Fax resume 286-1301 lori_platinum@coxinet.net

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Healing Touch Home Care is accepting applications for ¡ RN Case Manager Great work environment and benefits. Interested applicants fax resumes to 603-4952. LPN, FT, 7AM-7PM. We offer competitive salary & great working conditions w/benefits (after probation). Interested individuals can apply at company headquarters, 3317 SE 18th St., (Del City, OK). No calls.

Medical Assistant Needed for busy office. Must have exp. Fax resume to: 405-752-7305 or sendresumes7305@gmail.com

Nurses/OR & PACU Provide patient care within our ASC in the OKC area. Perform clinical processes to ensure quality outcomes and a high degree of patient & physician satisfaction. RN lic., related exp, min 2yrs exp req. PRN status. Fax resume to 405-463-3466. RN/LPN, 3-11, PT/FT. w/nursing home exp. Sml. nursing home. Senior Village, 1104 N. Madison, Blanchard, 485-3315 .

- Not getting the commissions for your efforts? - Tired of spending 80% of your time generating your leads? - No REAL advancement opportunities? If so....contact Jacqueline @ 918.381-2661 We offer: • Management opportunities • 100% referred, no cold calls or door knocking • Unlimited earning potential We train & train well. We pay & pay well. **Hiring in all Oklahoma counties

Excellent Benefits FAX RESUME: 1-888-358-0045

SECURITAS SECURITY IS HIRING Come Join our Securitas Team! Competitive wages. Weekend openings/ FT/PT flexiblility is needed. Computer & Written/ Verbal skills req. HS Diploma/ GED Benefits incl: Med/Den/Vis/ Vac pay. Apply online at www.securitasjobs.com EOE M/F/D/V

Legal Secretary - small law firm seeking individual with ability to answer multiple telephone lines, typing and excellent communication skills. Experience a must. Please fax or email resume to (405) 319-1802 or davidrslane@hotmail.com

Exp. Caregiver Avail. Recent refs avail. Will travel 405-418-8893

Cal Farley's is hiring Director, FRC - Oklahoma City Responsible for the coordination and supervision of family resource services & case management services in the Oklahoma City area. Responsible for the provision of referral services as required by clients in the Oklahoma City community. Serves as a liaison between residents & their families, and other service providers in the community. Masters Degree in Human Services or Education required. 2 years case management experience related to children/families required. For more information & to apply online go to www.calfarley.org

CRC or CCRC Needed Exp. required & detail oriented. Fax resume to: 405-752-7305 or sendresumes7305@gmail.com

Attn: Life & Health Agents!!

»»»»»»»»»»»» SOUTHERN PLAINS TREATMENT SERVICES HAS IMMEDIATE OPENINGS FOR DIRECT CARE STAFF Must be 21 yrs old. H.S. Diploma or equivalent. Competitive pay & benefits. Must pass drug & background check. Send resume to: apply@splains.org Fax: 405-217-8405 »»»»»»»»»»»» »»»»»»»»»»»»

THERAPIST Southern Plains Treatment Services, a leader in behavioral health, is now seeking applications for a FT Therapist in Norman. Excellent pay & benefits. Please fax resume to 405-217-8502 or email to apply@splains.org »»»»»»»»»»»»

ROOM ATTENDANTS Experience preferred but not necessary. Only serious workers apply in person EMBASSY SUITES HOTEL. 1815 S Meridian. EOE

I am a Housekeeper and Sitter for elderly looking for work, refs, 286-2414

Class B CDL, Trimmer/Climber Tree Trimming Class B CDL, Trimmer/Climber, Groundsmen Trees, Inc is now looking for qualified Line Clearance workers. Join a team that puts safety first and provides training and benefits. Job opportunity now available in Clarksville Ar. and central Oklahoma For more information, please call (501)304-5364 EOE MF/F/D/V (501)304-5364 General Maintenance for multi-property complex. Apply in person: Pickwick Place Apts 2759 W I-240 Service Rd Hiring Make Ready & Maintenance. Good pay and benefits. Apply in person at Stonebrook Apts 9301 N MacArthur Blvd. Make-Ready / Maintenance needed for Moore rental properties. Fax resumes to 405-793-9128.

Mowing Crew Laborers Min. 1yr exp. Shop in Newcastle 405-740-1897

New Career Operators/Gen Labor Power Plant Service Personnel W-S Industrial Serv hiring Labor, CDL Operators, Foreman. Job req travel out of state for up to a month. 12/hr shifts, 7 days/wk. Lots O/T. We prov hotel, transp, per diem. Req physical labor in all weather. No exp nec, we train. Must have clean background and drug free. Apply in person 8421 SW 8th St. OKC 8-5, M-F. 512-429-0036 WS-Hiring.com

PROPERTY MANAGER Part Time Needed to handle various Homeowner Associations. Prior Property management experience, organization, and computer skills are required to be considered for position. Please forward your resume with salary requirements to mgmtposition1@yahoo.com or fax to 405-752-4403.

Circuit Analysis Technician Ability to read electronic schematics, circuit diagrams, trace signals in circuits using meters & ocscilloscope, find & fix problems on circuit boards in defective components, solder joints & wiring. A good knowledge of electronic fundamentals, along w/ systemic troubleshooting skills. Position also requires final setup, calibration & testing of systems." Send resume to resume@ciscor.com

A real fit for HONEST PERSON TO WORK AT HOME W/BENEFITS CO. APR. $700/WK PF/FT 877-672-9048 PT Sales & Product Specialist available at Lumber Liquidators in Oklahoma City. 1 year retail or similar experience required. Apply online www.lumberliquidators. com

Accounts Payable/ Purchase Agent for multi property apartment complex. Apply in person: Pickwick Place 2759 W I-240 Service Rd

Barber Needed Quail Plaza Barber Shop, Hefner Rd and May Ave. Call 751-2126


MANAGER/VISITOR SERVICES Req a AS in Bus Admin/Public Admin, or closely related area, 4 yrs FT exp in Customer Service/Relations. Salary is competitive w/ exc benefits. Submit resume & refs by 7/9/12 to: Human Resources, OKC Zoo 2101 NE 50th, OKC 73111 EOE www.okczoo.com Money motivated Professional Telephone Debt Collector needed for a fast-paced office. Will train the right person. Competitive pay & benefits . Apply at 5922 SE 15th, Midwest City. For info call Barb 737-6831

Private Investigator Must have completed CLEET PI course requirements to conduct surveillance. FT. No experience necessary. Send resume to Robert N. Dani, Inc. 6303 N. Portland Suite 202, OKC, OK 73112, or fax 942-4767.

Iron Skillet, newly remodeled, seeking Shift Leads, Servers, Cooks, Cashiers for all shifts. Apply 888-673-8765 or www. mypetrojob.com Hiring code 101 Restaurant Managers For rapidly growing company. Advancement opportunity. Email resume to: bwwjosh@yahoo.com

Cashier/Retail Sales needed immediately in Shawnee. Fax resume to 1-888-384-8010 »»»»»»»»» » RETAIL SALES » PT/FT sales exp. pref. Apply in person Mon-Sat 10-6. Theo's Marketplace, 3720 W Robinson 405-364-0728

RESIDENTIAL DIRECTOR Supervisor of 6 group homes. $26K-$30K/yr. We offer health ins, dental, vision & life. Send resume to jane@ableok.org or bring by 303 E Tonhawa St, Norman, OK 73069.

FORT THUNDER HARLEY DAVIDSON EZ No Close Sales » LIVE THE DREAM » Hourly + bonus. FT/PT avail. Call Darrin or Will, 405-793-8877

TRIBAL ADMINISTRATOR

Our team is guided by the principles of quality, service and professionalism. We are seeking a Direct Sales Rep with integrity, who is seeking a solid opportunity. Must have a track record of success. $60-80K opportunity, full benefits, M-F, no weekends. Fax resume to 722-3325. Call Doyle at 722-3639

Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration or Management and five year's experience in tribal government operations and personnel management. Must pass drug screening and background check. Closing: July 12, 2012 @ 5 p.m. Indian preference applies. Please submit cover letter, resume, and applications to: Wichita and Affiliated Tribes ATTN: Human Resources P.O. Box 729 Anadarko, Oklahoma 73005 (405) 247-2425 Fax (405) 247-2430

Maintenance Technician Maintain all engineering services in building to include HVAC, lighting, electrical distribution, water supply, sanitation, fire protection, safety systems, & building structures - Respond to tenants' needs - Perform minor maintenance: painting, carpentry, plumbing Minimum Requirements: - Valid Driver's License HVAC certification Understanding of building codes, elevator permits & ADA requirements High School Diploma 3 years in Office/Retail building Maintenance Competitive benefits, salary, & 401(k) plan. Drug free workplace. Background check required. Equal Opportunity Employer - M/F D/V Fax resumes to: Human Resources 561-249-1013 Secretary/Assistant 9-2 M-F Excellent computer skills only. $10/hr. Fax resume to (405)294-3342

COOK NEEDED MON-FRI in snackbar located inside the OK Dept. of Transportation. Apply in person at 200 NE 21st.

Impeccable Reputation

NATIONAL COMPANY SEEKING Self starting individuals for local area. Immediate start. Above average income potential. Complete training. Customers come to you. Weekly pay, commission advance. Call 800-926-1452 for appointment.

Construction Superintendent for $1M-$2M projects. Fax resume to DH French 405-524-3003

Diesel Mechanic Class 8 diesel mechanic needed. Busy company seeks experienced mechanic for all types of diesel trucks and heavy equipment both shop and field work. Up to $100K++ for the right highly motivated individual. Call Tommy at

405-416-3482 Diesel Mechanic needed. Must work weekends and have your own tools. Can provide housing if needed. Located in Ardmore, OK. Call Dave, 580-226-7811. Diesel Mechanic Wanted must have experience & own tools $15-$30 per hr depending on experience CALL 405-475-2735

ELECTRICAL TECHNICIAN Gas Processing Eqmt Mfg. Must be exp. w/instrument panel, fabrication, power wiring, Knowledge of 3 phase power, electronic logic, NEC & Exp. w/panel programming a plus.

PLANT MAINTENANCE Must have ability to troubleshoot elec./mech equipment & AC/DC drives. Knowledge of 480 3 phase, overhead shawbox & Detroit cranes. Must be self starter & quick learner.

WELDER TOP PAY for exp with fit –up, pressure vessels & piping. Must pass mig & flux core 6-G test. apply or email for this position: ljoubert@qbjohnson.com Apply in person at:

QB JOHNSON 9000 S. Sunnylane, OKC fax or email resume to ddurbin@qbjohnson.com

Sales Help Needed! Due to the recent storms, local roofing company cannot keep up with demand. Looking for part time or full time sales help. $100K potentialCall 405-455-5300 for an interview or email actionroofingokc@yahoo.com

ELECTRICIANS NEEDED

Salesperson/Canvasser self-generate lead part- time and full time available Commission McPride Roofing 405-943-7663 Email: mcprideroofing @windstream.net

Electrician and Apprentice help needed. Health Ins., vacation, $21-$24 to start based on exp. Call 748-7288

Apprentice &/or Journeyman Electrician for comm. & industrial. &/or service work. Paid employee ins., 401k, holidays & vacation. Must have valid driver's license. Call 521-8810 for appt. Auto Body Techs & Refinish Techs needed for large Independent body shop. Please call 405-501-5800

CNC Machinist/Operator Needed. Must have Mazatrol or Fanuc experience. 5 years minimum experience. Lathe experience preferred. Apply at 535 SE 82nd, from 1PM-4PM.

HIGH PERF. MECH. 10 yrs min exp, weld & fabricate exc. Fast worker, w/own tools. Non smoking env. Fax Res 844-2793

fax 405-672-2701 - Great pay, & benefits, 30 days vacation/yr, retirement & raises. No exp needed, HS grads ages 17-38. Call Mon-Fri 800-492-4841

ELECTRICIANS State test prep course. Begins July 18th. Will hire. Contact Judge Porter. 1-888-293-2842 www.portertestprep.com Electrician Journeyman, Apprentice - Comm & indust. work. Benefits, wages DOE. Member IEC. 405-741-6941 GLASS INSTALLERS Experienced in windows, doors, showers, & metal Carrie 405-942-2030 GLAZIERS NEEDED Commercial, residential, and shop work. Experience preferred, but willing to train. For appointment call, 580-237-2621.

Heat & Air Tech Experienced. Apply in person: Pickwick Place 2759 W I-240 Service Rd

Hiring HVAC Journeymen Year round employment. Apply in person at Stonebrook Apts 9301 N MacArthur Blvd.

House Painter must be experienced. New work. NW OKC 848-7041 leave message. E-verify employer. HVAC/PLBG HELPER MUST HAVE clean record, drs lic & reliable trans. 2 year exp necessary. 751-1000

HVAC For lcnsd. Bonus or give bid for job in Clinton. Steve 808-3373

HVAC Journeyman/Apprentice Sign on bonuses for qualified persons. Must have good driving record and valid license. Must pass drug and background check. Good benefits and pay. Call 405-632-3381 HVAC Service Technician and Installer 3-5 years experience. Remodel and Retrofit. Great attitude and customer service skills. Excellent pay and benefits. Must pass drug test and background check. Email resume to Info@AircoService.com Or in person at 1107 Cornell Parkway, Oklahoma City

NOW HIRING! Assemblers Start @ $10.50/hr Electrical Assemblers Start @ $12.00/hr Welders Start @ $13.00/hr 1st & 2nd Shift positions $1.00/hr differential for 2nd shift Great benefits, including Medical, Dental, Vision, Disabilty, Life and401(k). Must be able to read a tape measure. Welders must pass MIG weld test. Physical, drug & background screen required. Apply 9AM-4PM in person at 4841 N. Sewell, OKC or via email at: careers@governair.com A Character First! Company Oldcastle Building Envelope has an opening for a Maintenance Technician for 1st shift beginning at 7:00 am. Mon - Fri. Overtime is mandatory. Individual will need general mechanical ability and general electrical knowledge. Rate of pay is between $16 and $18hr depending on experience & work history. Excellent benefits, 401K insurance, vacation holidays Must pass a pre-employment physical drugscreen & background check. Apply online at: https://performancemanager4. successfactors.com/sfcareer/job reqcareer?jobId=10613&company =CRH&username=&career_ns= job_listing&jobPipeline =Ad OR at 10000 N. Harrison, Shawnee EOE/AA

Painters/ Drywall Finish Experienced only. Leave message 634-0945 Pipe Services Company Looking for

Apprentice Inspectors All training and certifications provided. Excellent benefits & bonuses. E.O.E. Apply at 4725 N Boulevard, Edmond. Questions call 330-5915. Plumbers/HVAC Techs in Lawton Solid Plumbing, Heating & Air 580-353-2863

BCM Schwarz Ready Mix MIXER DRIVERS $15-$16/hr DOE Benefits immediately-401k Apply in person w/MVR & A-B CDL. 1400 S. Holly Ave, Yukon. 405-354-8824

BUS DRIVER Seeworth Academy Must have: ClassB CDL w/school bus & passenger endorsement + 5 years driving experience. Call Transp. Dir. Tonda Russell 405-475-6419 or 405-227-8986

CLASS A CDL DRIVER NEEDED with end dump asphalt experience. Clean MVR. Call 787-4554

Class A CDL Oilfield Drivers Needed Must have a clean MVR, pass a drug test and live in the OKC area. (405)376-1555 Driver - CDL flatbed & doubles exp req, Sm family co., good hrs. MUST be self-motivated 405-922-8775 DRIVER Needed-Local & Regional. Class A CDL with Hazmat. Great Benefits & Pay. Apply in person 4607 S MacArthur OKC 73179 or call 405-627-6508 FUEL TRUCK/SERVICE TRUCK DRIVER NEEDED CDL with HAZMAT APPLY AT: 917 N. TULSA AVE, OKC Local Equipment Hauler Class A CDL Driver. Mechanical Experience a Plus. Excellent Benefits. M-F 8:00am-4:30pm. Physical and Drug Test Required. $15.00/hr plus. Capitol Lift Truck 405-232-0661

2 years experience. Call 799-5121

Local Underground Utility Co. Class A CDL Driver/Laborer Pre-employment drug test + benefits. Apply at 8405 SW 15th, OKC M-F, 8-4. Call 405-495-5295

Machine Parts Inspector Full Time. Experience Required. Email resume in word format to dsitz@thrutubing.com

OWNER OPERATORS w/current apportion plates. $1000 BONUS SLEEP at HOME DEDICATED ROUND TRIPS OK CITY, TULSA/DALLAS & Local 214-728-4046 or 972-272-2565, ext 12

Licensed Plumber & Plumbers Helper Needed

Machine Shop person needed for Shipping Clerk/Packaging/ Inventory. Apply 1-4pm at 535 SE 82nd.

Machine Shop peson needed for Shipping Clerk/Packaging/ Inventory. Apply 1-4pm at 535 SE 82nd.

NC Machine Operator/Programmer Must be well versed in programming. Call Clarence King 405-672-0046

$4800 SIGN-ON BONUS FOR QUALIFIED DRIVERS! We are a local fuel transport company looking for professional part & full time drivers in the Oklahoma City area. Requirements are a Class A CDL with Tanker & Hazmat endorsements. You must be at least 25 years old with a clean driving record & have 3 years or 200,000 miles of driving experience. 6 months experience pulling a fuel tanker preferred. Check out the following benefits you can have: ß Potential for $70,000 plus a year ß 4 or 5-day work week (12-hour days) ß Health care program ß 401K with 50% match ß Great equipment ß Uniforms ß Bonus incentives ß Sick pay ß Vacation pay ß Opportunity for advancement To apply, please call 405-512-6817, M-F, 10AM-3PM

TREAT TRUCK DRIVER NEEDED. For Maysville/Lindsay/ Pauls Valley area. REQ. CDL with Hazmat and Tanker endorsements. » Call 405-830-9682»

VET ASSISTANT FT position w/busy clinic in N. Edmond. Exp. a plus, but can train. Send resume & salary req. to: bestpetjobs@yahoo.com VETERINARY ASSISTANT or RVT Part-time hours available at busy ER/CCU practice in north OKC. No general medicine. Must be available nights, weekends, holidays. Previous experience in a small animal veterinary practice required. FAX resume to 405-749-6994


Bank Owned 3/2/2 2073sf .45ac, 2 liv, $79.9k Realty Exp 414-8753

BY OWNER, MUST SELL AS IS Apprx. 2,500sf, 3 bed, 2.5 bath, 2.5 acres, pool, Deer Creek Schls. By appointment 405-359-8159

Sale by Owner, Wonderful Brick home in great neighborhood 3bd, 3bth, New roof, Sprinkler system, storm cellar, with beautiful fenced yard and in ground pool. 3 Ridgeline Drive Wewoka 580-220-8071

Will Trade Lake Eufaula cabin for house in Moore or SW OKC of equal value. •••• 405-740-9574 PIEDMONT OPEN SUN 2-5 Model home. New hms on 1/2 ac lots. From NW Expwy & Sara Rd go 4.5 mi N Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494

Immaculate 4/2/3, blt '08 granite, SS appls $166k Rlty Exp 414-8753

Bank Owned 2/2/1, blt 83, 1235sf $59,900 Realty Experts 414-8753 160 Acres prime Farmland in NW Noble Cty, on Billings, blacktop road. 2.5mi N of 412 Hwy, 80 acres is cultiavated; 80 acres pastures & trees, 2 ponds for quail deer,pheasant hunting. Legal: NW qtr of sec 29; township 23N; range 2Wof the IM Cty of Noble, State of Ok. Price negotiable 580-370-5104 1N to 10A, E. of OKC, pay out dn. before 1st pmt. starts, many are M/H ready over 400 choices, lg trees, some with ponds, TERMS Milburn o/a 275-1695 paulmilburnacreages.com PIEDMONT OPEN SUN 2-5 Model home. New hms on 1/2 ac lots. From NW Expwy & Sara Rd go 4.5 mi N Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494 5 ACRE tract w/trees & creek in Piedmont schls. $45,000 Lisa 919-5717 Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494 1975sf home with shop, cellar, 5ac mol. $165,000. Addt'l acres & horse barn optional. (405) 638-0532 Call for Maps! See why we sell more acreages than anyone in Okla. E of OKC. o/a 275-1695 40 ACRES HUNTING LAND HUGHES CO $17K 405-886-1643

145 ac of grass, black top frontage, good fences, Grady Co. 405-785-2668

Bank Owned 3/1 2 liv PC Schools, .23ac $52.9k Realty Exp 414-8753 OPEN 2-4 4108 NW 34 2/2/2 fp, covrd patio $99,950 Bateman Co.

Great for first time homebuyer or investor! Completely remodeled 3bd home, new roof, new siding, fresh paint, new carpet, crner lot Only $32,850! Fidelity 692-1661

3 bed, 2 bath, 2 car garage on 1/2 acre (mol), 1700sf, lots of upgrades, asking $129,900. 405-485-8222

AUCTION 160 ACRES Auction: Home/acreage Sat. JULY 14,10 am 10 mi N of Crescent on Hwy 74, 1/2 mi W;75 acres cultivated; pasture; deer;turkey;live spring; home w/pool on 10 acres;surface only;10% down; possesssion at closing www.jkjauctions.com JKJ Real Estate 580-233-9800

RIVENDELL 12309 Endor Updated home in Rivendell with Inground Pool. Updates include Granite Tops, Stainless Appliances, Roof, AC, Furnace, and more! Open House Sun 7/1 2p-4p $269,900.00 Call 819-4953 OPEN SUN 2-4 12513 Lorien Way - Rivendale Aprx 2700sf 3bd 2.5ba 2liv, frml din, breakfast nook, island in kitchen, SS appls, his/her closets in master suite. Pool, jacuzzi, $295K 378-2996 Extra sharp 3bd brick home, ch/a, carport, storm shelter, 1100+ sf, nice area, fresh paint. All this only $64,900! Fidelity 692-1661 OWNER FINANCING $2000 down 2836 SW 64 3/1 $52,000 3841 SW 40 Pl 3/1 $46,000 No Credit Ck 596-4599•410-8840 Owner carry 3912 S Agnew 2bd 1ba Nice 5K dn 550 mo. 650-7667

5824 S. Shartel Ave. Very Nice 2bd 1ba, 1 car $39,500 ¡ 550-2145

IMMACULATE 3/2/2 approx 1646' w/2liv lrg backyd w/storm shelt $147,900 AWESOME workshop 3ba 2.5ba on 1.84 ac MOL w/30 x 50 wkshp $189,900 Lisa 919-5717 Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494

Restaurant & Convenient Store LAKE TENKILLER 918-261-5932

2021 Peachtree 2bd 11,000 cash 650-7667

PARKLANE

721-5455

8100 N. MacArthur Blvd

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Office area in front with large workshop in back on both. 580-336-9296, Leave message.

7608 N Western. Retail/Office space, 1200sf available 370-1077

1 Month FREE!

RENT TO OWN-Brk 3/1.5/2,ch/a, $2K dwn, $750mo. 834-5635 leave message. Return call w/in 15min

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The Plaza 1740 NW 17th 1bd 1ba, 800sf, ch/a, wood floors, $550mo, $250 dep 409-7989 no sec 8 525 SW 26th 3bed 2bath 1 car garage, 1545 sf, ch/a, $650 mo, $400 dep, no sec 8 409-7989 Furnished/Unfurnished. Bills Paid » Wkly/Mnthly. Wes Chase Apts Elk Horn Apts, Hillcrest 370-1077

MAYFAIR Great loc! 1&2 bd W/D hdwd flr quiet secure ¡ 947-5665

800 NW 117th St. 3bed 2bath 2 car garage ch&a fireplace $800 mo $800 dep no pets 519-2845 3020 W Park Place, 2 bd, 1 ba, 1 car, fenced, $650 mo, $400 dep, 405-285-2627. 612 NW 109 3bed 2bath 2car 1200sf $850/mo $850/dep 409-7989 no sec 8

Newly Remodeled 1&2bed No deposit for VA, seniors & disability. 4708 SE 44th 677-2200

Furnished/Unfurnished. Bills Paid » Wkly/Mnthly. Wes Chase Apts Elk Horn Apts, Hillcrest 370-1077 $99 SPECIAL Lg 1bdr, stove, refrig., clean, walk to shops. $345 mo. 632-9849

Cash 4 Clunkers! Guaranteed $5,000 for any trade towards down pymt of new home WAC 405-631-7600 405-834-8814

$99 Move In Special!!! Large 1 & 2Bdr, $345 to $420 mo. 632-9849

Abandoned D/W Repo set up on 5 Acres!! Ready to move in. Free phone application 405-631-7600

» Furnished » 1bd $330 2820 S Robinson 232-1549

Rent to Own: Nice 2 & 3bed MWC $350 & up 390-9777

8705 MacArthur 4/2/2 $1195 Express Realty 844-6101 www.expressrealtyok.com

5533 Huddleston, MWC sch. 3 bd 2 ba 2 car. Nice $850 mo 732-3411

8000 S. Youngs, 3bd 1.5 ba 2car gar, w/d hook-up, 2 storage buildings, $820 + dep 740-4201 4bd 3bath 2 liv, Wst Hts Schools 1/2acre $1000mo 414-4004. 2 bedroom, w/d hookup, fncd yrd, $525/mo + $250 dep. 631-8039

For lease, Nantucket 3200 W Britton Rd, 2bd 2ba, downstairs, W/D, 755-6131 2bed 1bath 1car garage, extra exrta clean $700mo 844-2592

MOVE IN NOW! Pd. water/garbage Quiet. Try Plaza East • 341-4813

750sf, 1br, ch&a, FP, W/D HU, appls, near OCU, $475 + dep, Call 405-250-2770.

Bills Paid Efficiency $425, all bills paid & furnished, off N Bryant, 427-7566

1st Mo Rent Selected Units Large Townhomes & Apartments • Washer, Dryers, pools • PC Schools, fireplaces

WILLIAMSBURG 7301 NW 23rd 787-1620

Luxury 3/2/2 w/FP. Gated, playground, pool, no pets near I-40 & Mustang Rd $1250mo 990-6797 12407 SW 2nd, 2/2/1, Mustang Schools, $725, no smoke/no pets, 650-3067

Furnished/Unfurnished Weekly/Monthly 370-1077 3bd, 2ba, w/appls incl. + W&D, Edmond Schools, storage shed. No pets. 348-6240 or 623-1181 Rent to Own: Nice 2 & 3bed MWC $350 & up 390-9777

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2022 NW 34 Nice 2 bed $550 mo 732-3411

Special Gov't Program! Own Land/Family land ZERO DOWN! New and Repo homes avail. E-Z qualify by phone. Top dollar for your TRADE in. $2,000 furn allowance with purchase. WAC 405-631-7600 405-834-8814

Hunting and Farm Land Lookeba, Ok Thursday July 19, 10 am 400 Acres selling at Auction in 4 different tracts. For Info www.tillmansauction.com or 405-542-7030 Tillman Auction

2 bd, 1ba, large yard, no pets, $475/mo $300 dep 732-7412

4bd 2bth 2cr Fireplace Moore Schools New Carpet and paint. NO Pets $1000 + $500 dep 405364-3290 and 405-664-0850

Valencia Apts

800 N. Meridian 1 bed. All bills paid 946-9506

50x150 Lot. Owner Finance. Will take trade. 885-2572 or 924-1430

Public Auction Blaine County Farms 160+/- acres Tuesday July 10th @ 10am Watonga, OK SW 1/4 Section 17-16-12 BL CO. For infor. visit www.ridenhourauctions.com or www.stewartrealestate.us or Call John Ridenhour Auctioneer-Real Estate Broker 580-623-7902

EXECUTIVE 4BR 3.5BA 3000+ sqft in Hunters PT. Avail now. 3 car, $1800 mo, 348-5169

2221 N. Meridian 946-6548

2 bed $575 Casady

Commercial Properties, Perry,OK

3928 E Reno $2000 mo house & lg 1500SF whse 601-5905 235-5028

I BUY & SELL HOUSES 27 YRS EXP 650-7667 HOMESOFOKCINC.COM OWNER FINANCING $2000 down No Credit Ck 4010 Pearl Way 3/1 $54K ¡ 596-4599 ‘ 410-8840 ¡

$200 Off 1st Mo Rent Selected units 2 & 3 bed Townhouses Washer/Dryers, Fireplaces, P.C. Schools

1 & 2 BD & Townhouses •City bus route/Shopping •Washer/Dryer hookups

GREAT Office Space. Various NW locations, 300-6000sf 946-2516

1818 SW 19. $11,000 cash 2/1 AS IS 650-7667 BEAUTIFUL almost new 3/2.5/1 approx 1777' Bethany schls $129,000 Lisa 919-5717 Cleaton & Assoc 373-2494

LAKE EUFAULA »» LAKE FRONT LOTS Blue water, boat slips avail, close to Number 9 Landing. Call S.E. Okla. Realty at 918-424-3264 »»

1064 Skyline 5/3/3 $2395 22655 Stherly Farm 3/2.5/5 $2395 616 Hurd 2/1 $700 625 Firelane 3/2/2 $995 Express Realty 844-6101 www.expressrealtyok.com

All bills pd except cable & ph, furnished w/prvt entrance/bath No smoking. $400 371-8426


Barber Greene SA145/ Hyster 6-8T Roller Ready to work. Will separate. $14,500. 405-519-2717

3 Buildings Full - Good Used Office Furn 510 W.Reno 236-3166

KITTEN Free to good inside home, 1 Tabby. 405-473-4763

GUN SHOW JULY 7-8 SAT. 9-5 & SUN. 9-4 TULSA FAIRGROUNDS EXPO SQUARE RK Shows Info: (563) 927-8176 Browning Shotgun, Rifle Browning 325 O/U 12 Ga, Browning A-Bolt 300 Win Mag w/scope $900,$750 405-850-1853

Just like a garage sale!! MEMORY MARKET 920 N. MAY 10:30-5:30 Closeout!! Nice shelvsgalore, most merchadise 50% off Sports & OU Autographs. Hurry!!!

PUBLIC AUCTION Sat., July 14th, 2012, 10am 157 acres Blaine Co. Land The Creek Runs Through It. 2.5 miles S. of Canton Lake Farm & Cattle Equipment & Salvage Vehicles Seller Mr. Tommy Young Auctioneers/Real Estate Broker/ MSA Jerry Evans & Assoc. 580-886-3494/580-886-4040 evanslandauctions.com

GOBER BUILDINGS LLC Post Framed Buildings: 30x40x10, (2) 12x8 overhead (1) entry door, and concrete $12,500. Call 405-650-2556 ¡ Laminate Flooring 2100 sf, 25 yr warranty, 95¢/sf ¡ Prefinished oak, Hardwood, 2400 sf, 30 year warranty $2/sf ¡¡ 405-632-0499 ¡¡ Solid Brazilian Cherry• Hardwood Flooring • (2600sf) Beautiful, never used $2.50/sf • 632-0499 Sheet Metal, 3'x10', $16, Mon-Sat. 405-390-2077 405-659-3054 Solid Brazilian Cherry• Hardwood Flooring • (2600sf) Beautiful, never used $2.50/sf • 632-0499

LOVING CATS: calico spayed; grey tabby, neut., all shots, $20 ea. ’’’ 722-9384 Malti-Poos 8wks Adorable females S/W $250 405-361-5317 Manx kittens for sale, 6 weeks, M-$50 F-$75, 405-837-8720.

BORDER COLLIE MIX Spayed Female, black & white, 2 years old. Moving. Good w/ children & other dogs. Free to good home. Call 405-290-8637 »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» Border Collies, ABC Reg., 3F, 3months, 1 RW, 2 BW, Imp Bldln, WPOP, ALL Shots current worming $150 each. Davenport 405-258-6484

Need a FOREVER HOME (adults only) for special kittens. 2M 1F, Call for info ’’ 405-755-4184

JD2350 Cab & Air 60hp/ JD front end loader, Excellent!!! $19,500 ¡ 406-0076

3 Trained Coon Dogs; Lights Tracking syst. & Summer Box $2000 or will divide 405-398-3123

Pixie Bobs also Siamese (apple), TICA reg 6-8 wks, beautiful, box trained $75-$100. 405-889-1968

Border Collies 7 wks,B&W,4F,3M, ABCA,bred to work. $350 580-336-1975

WE BUY GUNS Mustang Pawn & Gun. Over 1,000 New/Used Guns Tue-Sat 9-6 376-GUNS

Russian Blue, Pure Breed 2F, $100 ea, s/w, kittens 405-769-2527

Boston Terrier AKC Pups s/w, microchipped, $250-$300 405-503-2272

OK’s largest selection of used Golf cars ¡ 800-276-0571

NEED GOOD HOME 4 SWEET KITTENS $10 EACH 741-3420

BOSTON TERRIER pups, registered, $300 ea, 580-614-1241.

Homegrown Tomatoes 1.8 mi s hwy 39 76 open mwf 3-6pm 1.00 per pound 615-2648

Perfect for the apt or loft! Traditional modern/Retro couch. Newly upholstered Neutral beige color. Just add your flair w/throw pillows. It's awesome! $375 For E Pic text 405-990-4437 Beautiful Dresser Early American Design Solid Honey Colored Wood Large $300 405-308-6408 King Matt & Box Springs 3yrs old lk new $300. Sony 27'' analog TV w/stand & conv.box $75 872-3761

Handicapped scooter $350; Electric wheelchair $275; Lift scooter/wheelchair inside vehicle $275 »»» 488-7017

OK’s largest selection of used Golf cars 800-276-0571 CCW Class $40 Gun, ammo, range provided. 405-818-7904

OU season tickets will trade 2 N end zone tickets, sec 17; row 43 for row 28 or lower prefer end zone 621-0287

5x8, 5x10, 6x12, w/gates; like new 16 foot tandem; $650-$1350 Cash. 670-1850

» FREE KITTENS » handheld & loved, 8wks old » 405-787-6666

Like new Bruno Typhoon electric scooter, $550. »» 405-501-3712 »»

Australian Shepherd Minis CKC 3 F blue merles, 2 F blk Tri. 1m blk tri $300-$450ea. 580-319-6997, 580-220-5745 Australian Shepherd Puppies AKC Reg, $500. 405-606-5675 Beagle Full Blooded Puppies. 8 weeks olds June 21st, dew claws removed, tri-color, shots & wormed. 1 female 2 males, $150, 895-6350

1980 SA-250 Diesel Welder with remote. New starter, alternator & battery, injector pump 2 years old, water pump 1 year old, fresh service, all new filters, mounted on trailer $3,000. 405-664-2007

Boxer AKC F 8wks $350 Fawn w/Blk Mask Tina (405) 923-1128

www.blackboxersclub. com 6(M)4(F)Dew/Tails/ Shots $800-$1200 David (405)921-8559 Facebook Blackboxersclub.com 350 ADORABLE PETS At FREE TO LIVE Near Edmond. ALL Dogs & Cats Shts/neut $60 282-8617 www.freetoliveok.org

ROLEX/PRESIDENT 18K Band/1.5K Bezel $8500. OBO #580-695-9192

BOXER, AKC Female 12 weeks, S/W, POP, $200 OBO ¡ 405-612-9943

Boxers AKC Reg.

5x8, 5x10, 6x12, w/gates; like new 16 foot tandem; $650-$1350 Cash. 670-1850

CORGI PUPPIES, AKC, Tri color or Red/White 405-642-4246 ¡ $350-$450 Corgi Puppies, AKC reg, 6wks old tri-colored, 4F $450ea, 2M $400ea. 405-396-8444 Dachshund Pups, AKC English cream long hair $600ea. 417-888-0754 Dachshunds Mini 6wks. 4 F 1 M, shots given, wormed dewclaws removed. all short hair, brown/red in color. $250. 405 420 7541 Doberman F, 6mos, ears done, shots, microchipped $300 476-2529 leave message English Bulldog Pups 3 Males Taking Deposits Champ. Pedigrees 580305-0018; 580-305-7754 www.papasenglish bulldogs. com

Charolais Bulls, 1-3 years, gentle, 903-814-5008/580-657-3888

2 Great Dogs! Looking for a good home. Wants TLC & Companionship. Schnauzer/Poodle mix, 11 yrs old. Call me, 580-977-6773

Cockapoo Puppies, Miniature, 5 M, apricots or cream $150ea. Parents on premises 405-219-5232

Blue Heeler Registered pups 6wks Parents working cattle dogs 4m 2f $500ea 405-650-0367 527-8507

Trophy Elk Hunt, high fence. Incl. lodging food, transportation from OKC. Family/Handicap welcome & encouraged. Reserve today! 405-769-7975

Bull Terrier Male AKC 3 1/2 years old, $400 405-348-1889 Cavalier AKC 3m, 2f, blen and tri $900 teenatuck@yahoo.com Champion Bloodline AKC English Bulldog puppy for sale Available 7-23-12. $2500.00 918-645-3328 Chihuahua/Pug mix neutered; shots, housebroken, loving, $25, ’’’ 722-9384. Chihuahua Absolutely adorable teacup $250 Visa/MC 405-826-4557

English Bulldog Puppy AKC. 6wks old,first shots,vet checked, wormed.$1500 Traci 405-830-7367 a_zmom@yahoo.com English Bulldog Puppies AKC,vet che'd healthy!, CH lines, $1000-$1200 www.burtonbullies.com, 918-696-0726 ENGLISH BULLDOG PUPPIES AKC REG., 2 females red and white. 8 weeks old. $1500. 405-408-8443 English Bulldog Puppies 8 wk old male, 7 mos old male, AKC reg, $1,000. 903-826-1195 English Bulldog AKC Female 14mo, brwn, blk, brindle, wht. $600. call 405-426-2762 English Bulldog, AKC, 4M, 7wks, white & red, shots, vet checked Will meet. $1100 405-550-5733

English Springer Spaniel Pups, L/S, B/W & Tri-Color, $500-$800. 620-726-5869

Chihuahuas, 8 wks EXTRA TINY TEACUPS $250 Cash ¡ 585-7245

Automotive shop equipment sale, Evaporative Coolers $800-$3000 818-7860 or 823-2917 harristoolinc.com

Chihuahuas, Tiny Toy reg babies s/w, M-$200, F-$225 650-3035

American Shorthair tabbies, 6 weeks old, $5. ’ 677-0931 ’

2000 used solid brick 40¢ea + 500 used named brick $1 ea $50min OKC. 405-664-2100

Lost weight. Mens Dress Wardwrobe, suits, shirts some western sz 44-46 $5-$50 » 618-4800

Kitty Wranglers Cat Rescue Kittens, all colors spayed/neutshots $35 722-9622

BICHON FRISE PUPPIES Small,cute cuddley handsome boys family raised will make great companion. AKC registered 1st shots and worming. $400.00 580-677-1913 or bichonranch@att.net

SIMPLY THE BEST Reconditioned JD Lawn Tractors 30-72'' cuts: LX279 48'' cut auto, 316, 318, X300,LT166; F680 ZTR, 3 MORE! $700-$2800 »» 405-641-9932

Daryl's Appliance: W&D $75 & up, limited supply!5yr war. refr/stove $125 & up, 1yr war. 405-632-8954 Washer & Dryer Set Super Cap. Tub, Like New $260 » 248-4070

Himilayan, CFA trti, crm, blu crm 1M 4F 8wks shots 307-8069 $350 Cash ¡ www.stefanidelony.com

CHIHUAHUA TINY TOY BOY 7 wks S/W POP $175cash 615-2565

4 section 16' ft aluminum folding ladder $100, Elliptical Exerciser $100, Call 405-326-6477

BENGAL Kittens, browns & silvers, 3F 2M, $500 (580)334-4231, (580)256-6960

Beagle Puppies, 6 weeks, tri-colored, wormed, $125ea. 405-783-4205.

Chinese Shar Pei AKC 2F 1M s/w/chip 8 weeks 550.00 246-8719

French Bulldog pups AKC 2F, 1M Excellent Quality! $1400ea »» 918-652-7940.

A Duncan Phyfe Buffet $800 OBO, Lady wedding ring marquise diamond 20pts $400 » 501-5501

CUTE, Adorable Kittens Orange/White & Black to good home $2. 692-2718

Beagle Puppies. rare choc & tris, hunting stock, 7 weeks. $150-$250, 748-7130

CHIWEENIES, 6M, 1F, dapple colors & other, 7 wks old, vet chk'd, wormed $100 ¡ 204-9894

FRENCH BULLDOG AKC Female black, must sell $500 , 580-332-0456 will meet


Hav-a-Poos, 1M 2F, S/W, 9 wks, $350ea 580-334-8833 Jack Russells Jack Russell pups 7 wks s/t/d/w $150. Dustin 405-779-4452

Labs-Black AKC Champ Bloodlines pups DOB 5/ 11 4M/2F Grandsire FC AFC Pin Oak's TexasRex. Hunting parents. $300 580-445-1927

Jack Russell 3/4 and Poodle 1/4, 3males 9wks blk/wht $50, 1male 9mths Free, 405-246-5273 German Shepherd AKC Male, 1yr black & tan, German bloodlines, $350 »»» 405-532-0714

Black 1M, Blocky head, 7 wks, Hunt & Champ in pedi. S/W $300 (405)756-7815

German Shepherd AKC Pups & Adults, Champion Heidelberg's $850 ¡ 918-261-4729

LAB AKC PUPS English, 25 Mo Health Guar, Parents OFA Cert, PuppyCam www.N40K. com Ylw males & females avail. S/W/D, POP $600 (580)-478-3966

LABS ¡ KC ¡ FOX RED Blocky heads, English bloodlines, s/w, sired by Kelleygreens Okie Kingfish. Garanteed, 6wks $600-$700. 405-694-5420 Mal-Shih Adorable ITTY-BITTY! $395 Visa/MC (405)826-4557

German Shepherd Puppies AKC, 3 Females, 10wks, S/W, POP ¡ $250 ¡ 405-612-9943

German Shepherd Pup AKC WHITE $500 - $700 call 479-252-1258 German Shepherd 7 wks, 2 F/2 M, POP, NO papers $350 w/shots $300 w/o shots (405) 833-6813 (405) 833-8292 German Shepherd AKC Pups, 2 litters 8 males 8 females , sable, black & tan, vet ckecked, s/w, 7 - 11 wks, $450 - $550, 405-433-2438. German Shepherd, AKC Female Puppies, 7wks, s/w, POP German imports $500 615-8132 German Shepherd Pup, 9.5 week old Male, shots/wormed. Will be large. $400. 408-0523 German Shepherd Puppies full bred, 5M, 1F, $100ea 405-702-0325 German Shepherd pups, AKC, SOLID WHITE, s/w, $350, 405-881-9844. German Shorthair AKC Puppies 6 Weeks old. First shots and wormed. Sire very good hunter. $150.00 405-929-7665 Colony GOLDENDOODLE BLACK AND WHITE BEST BRED 10 WEEKS $250.00 dmcgowen@brightok.net Golden Ret/Pit Bull/ Husky puppies 6 wks POP $40 405-8825063 or 315-1707 Golden Retriever, AKC, 2M Sib Nat. Pet of Yr, OFA, Hip/ Elbow $400-$500ea 324-6828 GREAT DANE PUPPIES 6 weeks old, 12 Ready 1st week in July to good homes only, $800ea. BEST IN OKLAHOMA!!! Great Dane, Male, Mantle, 2 years old, rehoming fee $200. 833-2521

LAB AKC Reg Pups, 7 wks old, shots, blocky heads, great genetics, 3 yellow F, 2 black F, 2 black M, 1 yellow M $200. 1 chocolate F $300. Call 405-623-2458 Lab Puppies, Registered, 10 wks, yellow, chocolate, s/w, M & F $150ea Orlando, Ok 580-455-2526 LAB PUPPIES, AKC, S&W chocolate, yellow $200-$350 CASH ONLY. Text or Call 405-640-1153

Labradoodles & Goldendoodles $800-$950 microchipped Vet cked S/W/DC Low to no shed & allergy friendly PERFECT family pet. More info & pics rubyrunkennel.com rubyrunkennel@yahoo.com 405 320-1198 Labradoodle, 1 yr M Adorable, beautiful pup, housebroken, great w kids, other animals. Free to loving home 405-3146951, leave msg. Labradoodle Pups, F 2, red to cream females $500-$750. 620-364-1485 tykakats.com

Schnauzer, Mini, Reg. t/dc/s/w, ears natural, 1F 1M, $300-$325. 580-332-5130/ 580-235-3213 Schnauzer, Mini, AKC Pups, s/w/e/t, microchipped, $250-$300 503-2272

Schnauzer Pups, Mini, 8wks old, e/t/dc, $150ea. 405-428-0887

Maltese, MICRO MINI, ACA, 1M 1F, 12 weeks, appr 2.5lbs grown $800-$1000 ¡ 627-0419 ok#17 Maltese AKC 1 M - 2 F, 10 weeks, S/W Home raised. $600 F/ $500 M Wayne, OK 918-344-7010 lv message MALTESE CKC Reg. 2m 2f $350ea 601-718-7579 601-818-1746 Morkie-Adorable, 8wks, s&w, $200-$300. 887-0632 MORKIE PUPS, 4 females, 9wks old, $300. 388-6024

Lab Pups AKC REG LAB PUPPYS . AKC Yellow Labrador Retriever puppy's,6 weeks old, 2 Females,4 Males, 1st shots and wormed These pups are full of personality and are very family oriented, but also have hunting in their blood, and field trial champion and companion titles in their pedigree.These are 5th generation since I started with my first lab. $250. Call (405)5644621 or (405)564-4618 if no answer please leave message and I will call you back as soon as I can.

Rottweilers Ger. AKC, 7wks, sire 130 lbs. $500-$700, 619-0643.

Schnauzer Mini, AKC, Parties s/t/dc/w 6wks 3F 2M family raised $295 - $300 call 405-659-2044

LAB AKC PUPS English, 25 Mo Health Guar, Parents OFA Cert, PuppyCam www.N40K.com Ylw males & females avail. S/W/D, POP $600 (580)-478-3966 LAB AKC Registered Black 3M & 1 F 9 wks old S/W D-claw **Call to get photos** $275.00 405-740-8663

Rottweiler AKC puppies, 1M $475, 1F $425, tails/dew claws/POP, 405-210-6341. Rottweiler Puppies 7wks old, Full Blood, s/w/t/d POP, $350cash, No papers ’’ 405-525-5621 ’’

JACK RUSSELL 6 week old, Female, $200, 405-570-2120 or 405-570-2293.

Lab AKC

Rottweiler, German Male Non Breeding 3yrs old Summer Special» $125 » Call 405-279-3103 »

SCHNAUZERS, 7 & 8 mos old, pure bred, no papers, need to stay together, $600/pair. 580-332-4506

Shih Tzu, AKC, Tiny Teacup Female, tri color & white $450+tax 627-0419 ok#17 Shih Tzu, AKC, 1M 1F, 8 wks, S/W $350ea 580-334-8833

Shih Tzu, reg. $150-$400, OK#02 okcpoms.com 405-609-9241

Pit Bull, BEAUTIFUL, black, friendly, young Male $100 ¡¡¡ Call 405-570-6333

Westies, Reg, 8wks old, 2 females, S/W, $350. 405-742-7386 WESTIES Reg, shots/wormed, beautiful little pups. exc quality 1m $225. 4f $250 , will meet, 580-571-5064. Yorki-Maltese (Morkie) ITTY-BITTY! Adorable $350-$395 Visa/MC 826-4557 Yorkie, AKC, 2F, 12wks, small, under 5lbs as adults, S/W, baby face, happy, healthy, guaranteed $400Cash. 918-377-2940 Yorkie 1/2 Dachshund, 8 months old, love kids, FREE 405-844-5015 YORKIE Pup ACA, 12 wks, M, 2lbs vet cert. $250. 405-574-2212 Yorkies, AKC , M/F, $250-$400, s/w/dc, Can send pics 580-504-7115. YORKIES, Reg, Adorable, tails docked, dewclaws removed, 8wks $200-$250 580-332-4506

Yorkies, tiny , extra cute, health guar., $395 ’ 405-380-5859 ’

RESTAURANT Ready to operate. Use equip free. 7908 N. MacArthur 525-6671

’’’’’’’’’’’’’’ YORKIE PUPPIES w/ ACA papers Toys, 3m 3f 6 wks $400-$550ea ’ 795-0456 Appx 97 leased acs of minerals in Washita Cnty, OK, Sec 13 Township 8N Range 18W 319-754-8817 BOBCAT KITTENS $400-$500 Tishomingo 580-443-5873

SHIH TZU - IMPERIAL 8 WKS TEENY TINY CUTIES $250 Cash 585-7245 Shih Tzu AKC 2 Females, 15 Wks, Microchip, Brown & White $200 CASH 405-663-4047

JAN-PRO, the #1 fastest growing franchise in the world for 3yrs in a row, per Entrepreneur Magazine. Start your own business as low as $950 down 606-3300 JAN-PRO, the #1 fastest growing franchise in the world for 3yrs in a row, per Entrepreneur Magazine. Start your own business as low as $950dn 606-3300

SCOTTISH TERRIERS Scottish Terriers puppies, AKC Reg. males $300.00 / females $400.00 918-967-3230 Shih Tzu, AKC Pups, s/w, microchipped, $200-$300, Great Pets!! 405-503-2272

5-6 wk old bunnies, black & white, Fryer rabbits, $10-$25. 405-348-7590

Snorkies, 2M 1F, 17wks Very Cute, Very Playful, $150. Will Meet. 580-542-4404

SCHNAUZERS Mini reg $250-500 Ok#2 okcpoms.com 405-609-9241

Shih Tzu, GORGEOUS 8 wks, s/w, 1 tri, $200 405-240-2721

MORKIES, 2F $300, 2M $250, 9wks, S/W, Health Guar. ¡ 405-379-3553

Siberian Husky AKC Puppies, black & white, some w/blue eyes, 8wks $300 Clinton 580-275-9272

HORSE SALE, July 5th TULSA STOCKYARDS Tack 2pm Horses 6pm View them on the web arrowpequinesales.com (918) 343-2688

Buying oil & gas properties, any status, pay top $$, 405-740-9000

Medium size short hair dog vicinity of NW 30th & Council. Call to ID 514-6343 Male Pup Chihuhua/Terrier? tan w/white paws at SW 134 & Santa Fe,. To ID 773-627-9796

Pit Bullie, M, 4ths S/W short & stocky, g2c $450 ADBA 882-5393

Shih Tzu Pups Raised with Children only 2m left 7 weeks S/W ACA $250 Call 405-368-4235 ’

Chihuahua, brown/white Male, no collar, NW 50 & Hudson area. Call to ID 607-0439

Pit Bull XXL Pups, Razors Edge/Gotti, 2 males, 3 females, born 5-30-12, sire 26" head, 115 lbs $1,200-$1,500. 405-802-0090 oklahomabluethunderbullies.com

FOUNDATION QUARTER HORSES, all colors, all ages, and raised. Not broke. $150-$600. 20 heads. 580-747-6528

Shih Tzu puppy, hand raised, loving home, 1M black & white $200 ’’ 405-919-2284

MINIATURE HORSE DISPERSAL 613-6925 or 793-7333

1 y/o, wht w/blk spots Pit Bull found off 122nd between Western/Penn 918-852-4846

PIT PUPS, 4F, 10 wks, s/w, $50 each, Cashion, (405) 401-2247, 365-2382 Pits/American Bullies UKC 9wks. $500-1000 405-543-5994 Pointer Bulldog Mix, 2yrs old, F spayed, vaccinated, heartworm tested $50 adoption fee 946-6751 POODLE AKC Toy Pups, brunkerclublambs.com $350-$400. 405-612-8192 POODLES STANDARD Hlth Grnte $250-$500 CALL 620-988-2737

Shih Tzu puppies 2M, 8 weeks, AKC Reg, s/w/vet chk'd, $300 ’ 405-919-9783 Shih Tzu puppies, CKC, 3M 1F sml $200-$300 739-0069 887-8284 Shih Tzu Tiny Imperials Wonderful colors, very sweet & playful, $250 cash. 808-3520/598-8812 Siberian Husky AKC Puppies, black & white, some w/blue eyes, 8 wks old. $300ea. Clinton, 580-275-9272 Siberian Huskies 5 Full blood blue eyed cuties. 1F G/W 2 B/W F & 2 B/W M. $250 580-748-0124

Military Mcaws Mated Pair Green, $1,500 OBO »» 405-771-4219 »»

Found 2 Adult Basset Hounds, near SE 89th and Sooner 405-694-4957 FOUND: Medium size brown dog, S. of I-40 on Morgan Rd. 202-3338

Poodles AKC Standard shots, vet chkd, $700 info @ cell 918-791-8800 boxershepherdpups7712 pigeonsracerolltumble $100-$300. (405)343-8175/885-2195

Porcelain mille Fleurs Bantams $50 for all 10 , Other assorted Bantams $5each call 405-262-6335

$99 D I V O R C E 405-474-2375

LOST- 7 YEAR OLD PUG. Female, Fawn colored, she was last seen on the border of Edmond. Has cancer and needs medicine. Call 405-755-3288


Blue dapple dachshund M, mostly blk, w/grey & brwn. Lost Covell & Penn 6/21 Large Reward 474-2631 Lost White with black bull calf, last seen 122nd and Kelly 405-632-7778

Ceiling & Wall Doctor Total Remodeling ‚ Acoustic popcorn removal ‚ Drywall repair ‚ Custom hand trowel finishes & spray finishes ‚ Interior/Exterior painting ‚ Powerwashing Call Jeff for free estimate at 405-408-5453, insured.

SHARPE'S ELECTRIC & Heat & Air, OKC, 341-8488. Rose Electric LLC Service calls #87915 405-703-4556

All Areas Lawn & Tractor Mow: big/small 348-4469 James Gordy ¡ Since 1970 Brshhog, boxblade, roto, $40/hr, 3hr min 227-3517 LAWN MOWING STARTING $30 RUBEN » 4 0 5 - 4 7 6 - 8 3 0 7

Bill's Painting & Home Repairs.

Quality Work! Free Estimates 735-8982 Scott Rogers Painting Res & com. Lowest $$ grtd Free est 248-7793 »» Painting Int/Ext »» » Top Quality! » 410-9252 »

Tractor Work, Brushing & Box Blade. Insured. 405-830-8525

BACKHOE - BOBCAT WORK 341-5404

TOTAL FENCE SOLUTIONS Best Price & Warranty Guarantee Free Est. Pay opts. 405-313-0502 AIRE-MEN 1st lb Freon Free $59 S.C. A+ BBB accredited Co. #76029 Call 923-0477 Honest Top Qlty for Less Bratton Heat & Air Lic#2374 ¡ 409-3507

A/C & Appliance Service, 25 years experience, $40 service call 371-3049

Carpet Clean $10rm Repr Stretch Install 882-4592 3 rms steam cleaned, sanitized trk mt $35 ¡ 406-5739

Steel Carports, Patio Covers 2car carport $1695 799-4026/694-6109

Maya's Magical Kingdom Immediate Openings 2-6 years. Private Pay Only 12+ years experience. Call 405-229-4834

D&G FENCE - all types. Repair spclst. Guar lowest pr. Free est. 431-0955 REPAIR & NEW FENCES 36 years experience, 631-1925.

Zax's Plumbing & Sewer Complete sewer & drain cleaning plbg repair lic/bond/ins 409-7118 BUDDY'S PLUMBING, INC. All types, repair & remodel, gas, water and sewer ¡ 405-528-7733

Total home/comm repair add ons, drywall, paint, tile, brk, stone, install granite counter tops. 706-7209 CARPENTER, DRYWALL AND MORE. 408-7513

‘ Garage Doors & Openers ‘ ‘ Sales & Service ¡ 794-1718 ‘ Garage Doors & Openers Sales & Service 794-1718

ADVANCED ROOFING ''Quality At The Top'' Free Inspections • Free Proposals Free Upgrades • Established 1993 •405-408-9561•

Custom Gutters Inc. New/repair; all kinds; wrnty; Visa/MC/AX/ Disc; 528-4722.

James Bullington & Son Roofing Over 54 yrs in the area. Will pay your deductible up to $2000 ¡¡¡ 405-513-5714 ¡¡¡

Affordable Rain Gutters Seamless Aluminum, Cleanout, Repairs, Leaf Guard, 728-7246.

Mr. Fixit Handyman Service. We do it all for less. Free estimates. Bonded. Ins. Visa/MC. 603-6104.

Carpentry, Painting, Tile, General Repair. 464-7086

PIERCE ROOFING lic# 80000947 Roofing & Repairs-Comml/Resid Ins. Claims Specialist. Call Chris 27yrs exp Proj. Mgr 405-888-0408 ABLE ROOFING 30+ Yrs, Free est., city/rural, Ins welcome. 405-210-8040 Lic# 0083 Hinnen Construction: New roofs, leak repair, flat roofs, state license, fully insured, 408-1407.

HOME IMPROVE. Repair. Remodel. Roofing. Free Est. 410-2495. Sprinkler Systems, Fencing Install & Repair, Free Est, 200-3983

Sunshine Cleaning Svc ¡ ins/bond Organizing!! 793-1630, 625-3930

»» RESIDNTIAL HAULING »» »» & CLEANING, 630-5484 »» We Haul/Clean it All-Big or Small Tree Trimming, Hauling 409-3681

On-Site PC Maintenance $40 PER HOUR 405-794-0998

CUSTOM MADE DRAPES 30yrs exp. Free Estimates OKC. 405-632-6558 lv msg CONCRETE WORK Patios, walkways, sidewalks, etc. Free Estimates 593-3509 Marvin's all kinds concrete Free est, 885-4059, 605-0180 Concrete - Residential Patio/Walks »»» 593-3509 ALL TYPES LICENSED/BONDED FREE ESTIMATES ¡¡ 625-3216

»»»»»»»»»» Show Stopper Landscapes Mowing ¡ Landscapes ¡ More! Veteran Owned Jeff 206-2520 All Areas Lawn & Tractor Mow: big/small 348-4469 James Gordy ¡ Since 1970

Leaky Showers, Tubs & Tile Floors, 33yrs, Free est. 728-0545

All Professional Tree Service. Senior Discount. 50 mile radius. 885-2572

» Oklahoma Tree Service Ins., Free Est, 682-0649 » GENE’S TREE SERVICE» Insured-Free Est. 682-2100. L & R Tree Serv, Low Prices, Insured, Free Estimate, 946-3369.


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