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HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ANTIQUES
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1968
1 mile south of New Danville, along the New Danville Pike,
Lancaster County, Pa.
MASSEY-FERGUSON “40” (good rubber)
FORD “960” • 5 (wide front) good rubber
3 pt. Snow-Blade, M. F. Cultivators, Sauder Loader
3 pt. J.D. mower, 3 pt. J.D. corn planter, McD. 13 disc grain
drill, 3 pt. J.D. rake, J.D. 28 disc (trailer type) 2-way cylinder, 10’
cultipacker, J.D. 3 pt. (2) 14 inch plows, N.H. P.T.O. spreader,
(2) wagons on rubber, double T-ladders, (4) ladder wagons, ele
vator, spring harrow, Hershey 2-row transplanter, McD. 46 • baler,
circular saw, rear lift wheel changer, 2 prong lift, tractor chains,
300 gal. water tank, rear mounted crane, read weight, oil tank,
weeder, grind stone, % H.P., Ms H.P. motor, water pump, pipe,
4000 tobacco lath, shears, spears, Minnich bale box.
1952 Vx TON DODGE PICK-UP
MISCELLANEOUS FARM ITEMS
G. E. UPRIGHT FREEZER
(2) refrigerators - (1) Hotpoint, record player, radio, desks,
3 gas and coal stoves, White sewing machine, utility cupboard,
washer, 3 beds, mattresses, wash stands, nice sofa bed, bookcase,
chest of drawers, bureau, blanket chests, odd tables, dresser, 3 pc.
bedroom suite, 2 studio couches, rugs, coat closet, dishes, silver
ware, paper weights, lawn chairs, hamper, utility cart, window
Empire Bureau, Plank Chairs, Beautiful 1847 Coverlet, Toilet
Sets, Cruet Set, Old Dishes, Secretary Desk, Walnut Dutch Cup
board, Jelly Cupboard.
Piano, drop leaf table, plank bottom chairs, old hobby horse,
rope beds, (2) pot belly stoves, iron kettles, copper kettles, old
pictures, book rack, odd chairs, high chairs, meat bench, butter
scales, cheese molds, old irons, rope beds, benches, rockers, swivel
chair, straight chair, books, pots and pans, crocks, lard press,
grinder, old single barrel gun, old linens, bowl and pitcher sets,
post card albums, jars, sleigh and buggy parts, and numerous
items not mentioned.
“You will find many items 100 years or older."
Order of sale: small tools, farm equipment, household items.
Plenty of food available by New Danville Auxiliary.
Not responsible for accidents.
SALE AT 10:00 A.M. SHARP BY
JOHN M. HUBER, JR. & ANNA M. HUBER
Carl Diller and J. E. Kreider, Aucts.
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HERD OF CHAROLAIS BEEF CATTLE,
FARM MACHINERY & TRUCK
THURSDAY, MARCH 28,1968
At 11:00 AM.
At R. D. Airville, Pa. approx. 4 mile west of Air
ville and Rt. 74 along Rt. 425 in the village of Woodbine,
York Co., Pa. Watch for arrows directing to sale.
Massey Ferguson 65 diesel tractor, Allis Chalmers W.D. trac
tor, Kosch 7 ft. mounted mower, Ford #250 P.T.O. pickup baler,
Cunningham heavy duly hay conditioner, New Idea P.T.O. man
ure spreader, Massey Ferguson 3 pt. hitch 2 row corn planter, 2
rubber tire wagons, Case grain & bale elevator, Morrell wheel
rake, Brillion 8 ft. grass seeder, 3 bottom mounted plow, 3 bottom
Allis Chalmers disc plow, A.C. disc, fertilizer spreader, Taylor
pasture dream, 3 H.P. electric motor, cattle oiler, 6 bales of baler
twine, anvil, feed cart, 20 ten gal. milk cans, a wagon load of the
usual small tools and items too numerous to mention.
1965 FORD F-350 ton size dual wheel stake body truck
with 17,000 actual miles in A-l shape.
Herd of 45 head Charolais and Hereford Crossbred Beef Cat
tle and 1 Reg. Charolais Herd Sire to be sold at Sechrist Sales
14 head of 3rd calf cows Vi Charolais and Vi Hereford cross,
due by sale time, 13 2nd calf bred cows, % Charolais and Vi
Hereford cross, 5 bred heifers, % Charolais, 3 head Vi Brown
Swiss and Vi Charolais also due this spring, 4 young heifers, %
and Vs Charolais, 6 young bulls % and % Charolais, 1 reg. Charo
lais herd sire weighing approx. 1 ton. This is an exceptionally
fine herd of beef cattle in good condition with health charts for
each animal for interstate shipment.
Special notice: Due to the lack of sufficient penning and
loading facilities needed for proper handling of this type of
cattle they will be transported and sold through the well lighted
and heated sales arena at Sechrist Sales Co. Livestock Auction,
located along Rt. 24, 5 mile south of Stewartstown near the vil
lage of New Park, Pa.
Sale of beef cattle will commence at approx. 1:30 P.M.
MR. & MRS. AMOS HIVELY, owner
Robert L. Sechrist, Auctioneer Ph. 382-4379
John Hope Anderson, Clerk
Not responsible for accidents
Refreshments rights reserved
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TUESDAY, MARCH 19,1968
Sale Vi mile north of Lititz, Vt mile east of Pa. 501 at Spruce
1964 ALLIS-CHAIMERS D-17 TRACTOR
with 3 bottom plow and heat houser
FERGUSON 30, TRACTOR
with Sauder manure loader, 2 bottom 3 point hitch plow,
front and rear cultivators and mounted mower
New Idea No. 18 P.T.O. Manure Spreader
John Deere disc harrow, John Deere 14T baler with bale
thrower, cultipacker, spring tooth harrow, 2 • 16 ft hay wagons
with racks, Cunningham flail mower. Black Hawk corn planter,
Black Hawk grain drill, 20 ft. elevator and I.H.C. hay crusher.
20 TON CORN
Buckey automatic poultry feeder and waterer with 270 ft. of
trough and chain, 180 amp. Forney welder, 3 good feed carts and
many other items.
Leroy C. Sensenig, Auctioneer
SATURDAY, MARCH 23,1968
At R. D. 1 Elizabethtown, VA miles north of Elizabeth
town, off Route 230, adjacent to Hertzler Dairy Farm, on
farm known as Hoffer Bros. Conewago Farm, owned now
by V. D. Leisure, Ist farm on Hoffer Road.
1940 Ford Truck "U" tag, 12' body.
Cattle rack and low sides;
Diamond T "V" tog, 16' flat bed
Int. Farmall M. Int. Farmall H, Int. Farmall C, all with
power pack; McCormick #SST baler PTO; McCormick #SST
baler with motor bale & thrower; cultivator for C Farmall trac
tor; cultivator for H or M tractor; ZM corn picker fits H or M;
McCormick mounted corn planter fits H or M; Super 6 loader for
Farmall C tractor; Int. #llO side mtd. mower.
Oliver 88 tractor with power pack, live power, take off,
pump; Oliver 1827 row crop on rubber & tip tow wheels; Oliver
self-propelled combine, 12' model #33; Oliver 3 bottom plow 14”;
Oliver #lOO 2 bottom plow 14”; Oliver 3 bottom plow 14”; culti
vator for Oliver tractor; Oliver side rake; Oliver 13 disc, dbl. disc
drill, fert. & grass seeder; Oliver 4 row corn planter #540 with
fertilizer & deep agitator; Oliver semi-mtd. trailer mower.
John Deere bulldozer #430; New Idea 2 row corn picker
mtd., like new; 1-B’, 1-10’ cultipacker McCormick sgl.; N.H. comb,
cultipacker & harrow; McCormick 8’ & 10’ disc harrows; 3 sec.
spring harrow; chain link harrow; hay crusher; _ John Deere
rotary chopper; #45 Inter, hay baler; Ford grain drill; Ford 3 pt.
disc; Ferg. 2 row corn planter; Int. 2 btm. plow, 2 pt, hitch; pole
hay rake front end mount; 12’ dump rake; 10’ pipe drag; grass
seed drill; N.H. forage han ester motor driven grass & corn
heads; Oliver #lOO manure spreader PTO; New Idea flail spread
er; New Idea T trailer mower: Grove wagon silo sides, endless
endgates; Sears 14’ wagon; 16’ homemade wagon - flat; 2 Swab
wagons, steel tires; 30’ cross elevator with motor; 20’ Smoker
elevator with motor; 20’ homemade mtd. elevator; Case 10”
hammermill; David Bradley 10” hammermill; unit consisting of
Int. V 6 utility engine, Bear Cat hammermill, Yellow Jacket 1 ton
mixer; Bear Cat hammermill; 50 bu. grain cart; wing ditcher;
corn sprayer; fan mill; 12’ weeder; cylinder corn shelters, 1 with
cob blower; 2 hole hand corn sheller; Gravely snow plow & snow
Smidley hog houses; Smidley T farrow crates with feed pans;
Smidley 2 hole pig feeders; Smidley hog water fountains; 2-8 hole
dbl., 1-8 hole sgl.; 2-8 hole metal, hog feeders; 4 water barrels
with fountains; metal hog troughs; wheel barrows.
Allis-Chalmers blower 40’ of pipe; 50 bu, grain box for pick
up truck; cattle rack for pick up truck; 50 gal. sprayer tank &
pump; potato grader & bagger; manure loader; lot of chicken
equipment - never used.
Grinder; buffer & grinder on stand 5 hp; flexible shaft bulk
er; 1 ton chain hoist, dolly, floor jacks; 2-lVz ton chain hoist
dolly; 5 ton chain hoist; 4-3 phase motors 1 to 10 hp; elec, motor
mtd. on steel cart 10 hp; motor & stand; air compressor tank; fan
for hot air furnace; rip saw table; truck frame dual wheels; 4 new
rolls chain link fence; oil tanks - 50 gal., 40 gal. with pumps; 4
wooden garage doors roller; cement mixer with Leroy 2 cyl. eng.;
rr. baggage wagon; 250 & 300 gal. gasoline tanks; 24 cultipacker
wheels; 2 900/20 tires & rims; boxes of asstd. auto & truck parts;
8 metal window sash 7’2”x6’5”; recess bath tub.
2 sleighs; buggy; Int. horse cultivator; 2 sets Yankee gears
(collar, hames & bridles); Front gears; sgl. & dbl. boggy har
ness; 2 English saddles; Western pony saddle; riding bridles; 3
horse check lines; dbl. check lines; harness lines; jerk lines; 17”
to 26” horse collars; 3 & 4 horse trees; sgl. & dbl. trees; 40 ton
hay, 10 ton straw, 80 ton corn, more or less. Tobacco baler; used
lawn mowers; bicycles; log chains; shovels; forks; small tools; lot
of articles too numerous to mention.
Sale to start at 9:30 a.m. when conditions will be made
Dupes & Gerberich, Auctioneers
S. Kraybill, M. Miller, Clerks
To be held
V. D. LEISURE
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, March 16,1988
by Sharon Groff, Reporter
Thomas Huber of Peach Bot
tom was recently elected presi
dent of the Southern Lancaster
County 4-H Holstein Club at a
reorganization meeting held in
the Solanco Ag. Room.
Other officers elected for
1968 were Carol Groff, vice
president; secretary, Marilyn
Krantz; assistant secretary,
Joyce Groff; treasurer, Leßoy
Wel k; news reporter, Sharon
Groff; game leaders, Lloyd
Welk and Brenda Herr; song
leaders, Donna Welk and Joyce
Huber; County Council mem
bers, Dale Bollinger and Carol
During the meeting Victor
Plastow told about record keep
ing and the roundup. After the
meeting the officers discussed
and planned the coming year.
The club’s next meeting will
be held Tuesday, April 2 in the
Solanco Ag room. New mem
bers are invited to attend.
by Larry Aaron, Reporter
The reorganizational meeting
of the Aryshire-Jersey-Brown
Swiss 4-H Dairy Club was held
at the New Farm and Home
Building on March 11 at 800
P M New officers for the year
They are as follows:
President, Donna Eshleman;
vice president, Thomas Aaron;
secretary, Manjane Eshleman;
treasurer, Brian Arrowsmith;
song leader, June Aaron; game
leader, Steve Arrowsmith and
Barbara Aaron; news reporter,
Larry Aaron, County Council,
Donna Eshleman; alternate for
County Council, Shirley Aaron.
The next meeting will be held
April 8, 1968 at the new Farm
and Home Building The meet
ing will start at 8:00 P.M.
Garden Spot Adult
Farmers To Have
Insect Control Course
The Garden Spot Young Adult
Farmer Association has sched
uled three meetings in an Insect
Control Course to be held at the
Ag Room of the high school in
New Holland They are -
March 19 Insect and Insect
Damage Identification. The
study will be confined to those
insects attacking CORN, HAY,
and TOBACCO Many of you
have had reduced yields in these
crops and are not aware of the
amount of damage done. Speak
er: Dr Henry Menusen, Exten
sion Agronomist, Penn State
March' 26 -Latest Control
Recommendations. Study again
will center around controling in
sects in CORN, HAY, and TO
BACCO. Latest developments
and recommendations will be
presented. If time permits, a
short questioning period on weed
control will be held in order to
take advantage of the fine re
source speaker Speaker - Mr.
John M Beideman, Geigy Agnc.
April 2 - Sale Application of
Insecticides. This class will cov
er the dangers, precautions,
and safe handling of insecti
cides during the first part and
calibration and proper adjust
ment of spraying equipment,
during the second half of meet
ing Speakers; AGWAY Repre
sentative and C B. Hoober,
John Bean Dealer.
Starting time for each meet
ing is 7 30 p m.