Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, September 13, 1980, Image 158
D26—Lancaster Fannin*, Saturday, September 13,1980 Sale Reports An Auction Sale of farm equipment was held August 27 by La Carte Farms, Inc. between Indiana and Ebensburg. A large crowd attended the sale. Some prices received were: J.D. 4430 Tractor $17,000, J.D. 4620 Tractor $13,000, Int. 706 Tractor $5OOO, Int. 674 Tractor $17,000, J.D. 4620 Tractor $13,000, Int. 706 Tractor $5OOO, Int. 674 Tractor $6750, M.F. Forage Boxes $3750 & $4OOO, Swartz 850 Feeder c - JERSEY SALE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20,1980 12:30 P.M. At the Guernsey Sale Pavilion, Rt. 30 east of Lancaster, Pa. OVER 40 REGISTERED JERSEYS INCLUDING: (All Records 305 days actual) Lot #1 Fresh 3-yr-old with over 11,000 lbs of first lactation, dam and granddam over 14,000 lbs Lot #3 First calf heifer by Frederick out of a dam with over 15,000 lbs at 3-0 Lot #4 a Triumph, due with her second calf, dam has two records over 16,000 lbs milk, 900 lbs fat Lot #6 a Generator out of a Favorite Secret Sage, due just before the sale; and from the same farm, Lot #7, a Chocolate Soldier, also fresh Lot #9 a Baronet 4-yr old out of a Generator with records over 14,000 lbs Lot #2l a fresh 2-yr-old by Bruce out of a Quicksilver, maternal granddam a Generator Lot #4l a heifer due at sale time out of an Excellent Quicksilver dam, granddam is a Milestone PLUS six good heifer calves for JUNIOR BUYERS ONLY' in the Pennsylvania Pot of Gold sale, held immediately preceding the State Sale Sales sponsored by the PENNSYLVANIA JERSEY CATTLE CLUB. INC. For catalogs contact Robert C Dreisbach, RD 3, Box 626, Hamburg, Pa 19526 Mixer $4500, J.D. 5400 Harvester w/Com & Hay Head $20,500 and Int. 710 Plow $3500. Auctioneer was Blame N. Rentzel. A Pubbc Sale of the Christian Wenger Estate was held Sept. 1 at 115 Mam Street, Denver, Lane. Co. There were 1000 at the 10- hour sale. Some prices received were: High Poster Bed $lOOO, Balloonback Rocker PENNSYLVANIA STATE $2BO, Dutch Cupboard $4550, Pme Cupboard $ll5O, Vic torian Sofa $BOO, Water Bench $7OO, Chest of Drawers $325, Reed Porch Set $3OO, Blown Bottle $lOO, Tin Baby Rattle $67.50, Candle Box $l7O, Marble Top Tables $l5O, $270 & $4OO, French China Dinner Set $560, Old Early Nursing Bottle $l9O, Reverse Pain ting $250, 4 legged Drop-leaf Table $490, Old Cradle $4OO, Oak Chest of Drawers $3OO and Oak Dresser $340. H. H. Leid Auction Service handled the sale. A Public Sale of household goods and farm machinery was held September 6 by David H. & Martha E. Landis, 1838 Windy Hill Rd., between Lampeter Rd. & Strasburg Pike, 5 miles east of Lancaster. One outstanding feature of PUBLIC AUCTION OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20,1980 At 2 P.M. From Strasburg, Pa. follow Rt. 896 south approx. 5 miles to White Oak Rd. and turn left. Auction at second house on left. REAL EST VTE consists of a 6 room IVz story frame dwelling with aluminum siding situated on 2 acres more or less with approx 212 ft. frontage on White Oak Rd The home includes kitchen, family room, living room, 2 bedrooms, powder room, well insulated attic, basement, & large front porch The home has a like new roof & septic system & a good well This property located in the Pequea Valley School District also has a small bam & an oversized two car garage Inspection of Real Estate on Aug. 23, 30 or Sept 6, 1980 from 1- 4 P M Other times by appointment Call (717) 687-7948. Terms of sale: 10% down with balance due at settlement. Sale by W. MARVIN & LaVONNE SCOTT Attorney: John S. May Auctioneers: Ira Stoltzfus & Son 442-4936 or 442-8254 Jay Leary 354-0423 Not Responsible for Accidents ‘List Your Sale Today With Ira, Dale, or Jay” PUBLIC SALE From Route 11 at Inwood, W. Va. Turn East on Route 51 - Travel 3 miles to Ellinger’s Market (formerly Haines’) Turn right - .2 mile of a mile to sale -- OR -- From Charles Town, W. Va., Take Route 51 West - Go approximately 8 miles to Ellinger’s - Turn left - .2 of a mile to sale. SATURDAY, SEPT. 27 10:00 a.m. APPROXIMATELY 20 - 25 TRACTORS - Including Cubs, Fords, John Deere, Internationals, Fergusens, and many other makes. ALSO - We will be offering a good selection of plows, cultivators, wagons, new and used rotary cutters, post hole digger, discs, wood saw, rakes, baler, gram elevator, com pickers and many other farm related implements. We will also be offering a good selection of NEW AND USED TOOLS - Including carpenter tools, hand and electric tools, drill presses, socket sets of various sizes, plumbers tools, and other tools. These tool will be of fered started at 10:00 Sharp. We will also be offering some household articles and some antiques TERMS: CASH. NOTHING TO BE REMOVED UNTIL SETTLED FOR. Sale Mgr. EDGAR A. BOHRER 304-229-8354 AUCTIONEERS: MILLER AND BOHRER CLERKS: Ware, Bohrer and Bohrer NOTE THIS IS A CONSIGNMENT SALE If you have surplus farm items, tools, household articles, let us turn them into CASH If you are considering having an auction, please contact us. We would appreciate your consideration NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS ON PREMISES LUNCH RIGHTS RESERVED the sale was the $2200 paid for a rambow quilt. Other items sold were. J.D. M Tractor $9OO, Farmall 350 Tractor $llOO, Fertilizer Spreader $BO, Farmall H Tractor $530, Tobacco $630, Tobacco Lathe $4 per cwt., large Iron Kettle $l5O, Lard Press $6O, Pea & Beam Scales $75, Grinder $7O and Washstands2So. J. Everett Kreider and Steve Petersheim were the auctioneers. xxx An evening sale of Holstein cattle was held September 5 by Nathan H. C. Hawbaker & Family on the Harry Hawbaker farm located west of Chambersburg, Pa. The top price for a grade cow was $1750; 2nd high grade cow was $1525 and 3rd high was $1250. Ralph W. Horst was Mgr. and Auctioneer. LARGE 2 DAY SALE REAL ESTATE, ANTIQUES HOUSEHOLD GOODS, TOOLS & CARS Of the John A. Daugherty Estate of Cross Roads FRIDAY, SEPT. 26 SATURDAY, SEPT. 27 Located In the Village of Cross Roads, York Co., Pa. Going north turn off Rt. 24 north of Stewartstown at Greer Chevrolet, going south turn off Rt. 24 at Olphns Garage & proceed about 2 miles to sale. Watch for arrows. Friday, Sept. 26 at 5:30 P.M. Carpenter Tools, Antique Tools & Cars Beginning with a very Ig. selection of carpenter tools of every description, slate tools; bar clamps; mason tools; pulleys; hand tools; tool boxes; Ig. asst, of hardware; nails; screws; etc.; antique broad axe; post axe; 2 old bam boremg tools; wood planes; auger bits; wooden clamps; cigar cutting board & rack; kettle furnace; meat grinder; sausage stuffer & lard press; wooden tub; butcher bench; stilhard scales; hardware scales; table np saw w/motor; Dunlap 4” planer; skill saw; band saw; belt sander; miter saw on stand; table saw; anvil; bench vise; line shafts & pulleys; electric motors; wheel barrows; lot of misc. lumber; pile of fireplace wood; approx. 1500 lbs. coal; coal busket & shovel; nail kegs; milk can; split oak baskets; hames; misc. sizes of window galss; fancy lattice or rose trellis work; planks; trussels; 40 ft. ext. ladders; step & short ladders. 1973 Ford Galaxie 4 dr. sedan, auto, P.S. & P. 8., air, 68,000 miles; 1970 Buick LaSabre 4 dr. Saturday, Sept. 27 at 9:30 A.M. Real Estate, Antiques, Household Goods, Barber Shop Tools. Dishes & Glassware 1:00 P.M. Real Estate 1:00 P.M. Approx. 1-1/2 acre comer lot in Cross Roads Boro, improved w/a beautiful spacious 2-1/2 story 9 rooms w/1-1/2 bath frame house & a 3 story 3 car garage & workshop which could be converted into a home or apartments. The first floor of this very attractive home has a kitchen w/1/2 bath, Ig. dining room, T.V. room, barber shop which could be used as an office, Ig. living room w/foyer & open stairway to the second floor & 4 Ig. bedrooms, full bath & attic space. There is also a full cemented basement w/oil fired hot water furnace w/cast iron radiators throughout the house. Space does not permit a thorough description of this property which must be seen to be appreciated such as the beautiful wood trim, leaded stained glass china closet doors, spacious front porch, shade trees, shrubbery & much more. For inspection by appt. call 717-244-9892 or 993-2927. Open house on Sat. Sept 20 from 10 A.M. to 3 P.M. Terms: A deposit of $7,000.00 in cash or good check to be paid on day of sale w/balance to be paid in full in 30 days. Antiques, Etc. Oak 4 pc. B.R. suite; soft woods pc B.R. suite; white marble top dresser & washstand; dated 1921 oak magazine rack; 1925 oak desk; 1930 hall rack w/mirror; 1930 coat & hat rack; set of 6 bent wood chairs; 3 plank bottom chairs; woodbox; treadle sewing machine; camel back & steamer trunks; magazine racks; Ig. oak waiting room deacons bench; other benches & chairs; Ig. round oak table w/boards; what-not shelves; stands; Ig. ornate barbershop cabinet w/mirror; old hydraulic barber chair; Ig. asst, of hair clippers, combs, scissors & st. razors; oil stones; straps; picture frames; sm. ornate corner china closet; 2 pc. blind door cupboard; 2 pc. oak kitchen cabinet w/sbdmg door; 2 school desks; very old plank bottom high chair; 2 organ stools; 3 pc. L.R. suite; 2 cane seat chairs; washboards; sm. yard windmill; dinner bell; 2 iron gypsy pots; iron skillets; brass hand bells; old calendars; post cards; depression glass; pattern glass; 2 carnival plates; Japanese china; goblets; kerosene lamps; lots of nick nacks; figurines; crocks; jugs; outdoor lamp globe; 2 very fine violins made by Mr. Daugherty dated 1913 & 1914; set of old false teeth w/sohd gold caps & fillings; shoe lathe; dated jars; bottles; etc. Household Goods Frigidaire 2 dr. refrigerator; Fngidaire 40” electric stove; coal & wood heatrola; Maytag wringer washer, raise tubs; porch glider & chairs; base cabinet; like new Kohler & Campbell spmet piano & bench; plat form rockers; 3 couchs; 6 dinette chairs; floor & table lamps; Admiral T.V.; radios; late model extra wide deluxe wheel chair; Hoyer (invalids) hydraulic lift; walker; canes; flower pots; jardemers; dishes; pots; pans & many items not mentioned. Terms: Cash or approved check w/good I.D. REYNOLD E. DAUGHERTY BURNELL L. DAUGHERTY KENNETH W. DAUGHERTY PAULR. RUNKLE, Executors Robert L. & Thomas H. Sechrist, auctioneers Ph. 717-382-4379 Anderson & Warner, clerks John T Miller, attorney Refreshments by Cross Roads U.M. Church Not responsible for accidents at 5:30 P.M. at 9:30 A.M.