Article Photos: Classes at St. Gregory's University have been canceled Monday due to earthquake damage 1/40

Mary Reneau talks with her husband on the telephone while she looks at the floor of her dining room, now littered with broken china, glassware and other sentimental keepsakes that were damaged when  tossed to the floor during an earthquake in the early morning hours of Saturday, Nov. 5. , 2011.  Doors of her furniture flew open and drawers were edged slightly open during the quake.  Mary and her husband, Joseph were awakened around 2:15 a.m. when their house shook and items began falling off the walls and form shelves and cabinets inside their two-story brick ranch-style  home in rural Lincoln County, about  six miles northwest of Prague.  Austin Holland, a seismologist with the Oklahoma Geological Survey, placed the quake's epicenter within two to three miles of the Reneau home.  The Reneaus have lived in their house for 25 years. Photo by Jim Beckel, The Oklahoman  ORG XMIT: KOD