Greg Day, of Manchester, returned a lost class ring to 99-year-old Ethel Lydia Gouge Harrell Monday after a two-year search to find the owner of the piece of jewelry he found using a metal detector on his property. Day found the ring in the lawn, engraved with the letters ELG. After cleaning it up, he saw that it indicated the owner was a 1932 graduate from Tipton Hill High School, formerly in Bakersville, N.C. But he didn't need to travel that far to return it. Harrell lived less than two miles away in Manchester, but it took Day several years to figure that out, tracking down her son via social media. Harrell had lost the ring when living in the farmhouse from 1968 until 1970.