Graptolite fragments are well preserved on flakes of shale in cuttings from the well, Ideal, Scroggins No. 12 in the SW. 14, SE. 14, SE. 14 of Sec. 32, T. 3 S., R. 3 W., Carter County, Oklahoma. The cuttings came from the interval from 1,225 to 1,328 feet. The total depth is 1,354 feet, and the surface elevation is 984 feet. The well was completed as a small producer in the Pennsylvanian in June, 1937.

Fragments of graptolites occurring on flakes of shale in these cuttings are shown in Figures 1 to...

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