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D22—Lancaster Farming, Saturday, August 8,1981
A public sale of farm
household goods was
held August 1 by Samuel
and Naomi Yoder, Vi
mile west of Christiana,
Some prices included:
J.D. B Tractor $1530,
Int. Cub Tractor $l5lO,
old leather hunting
license $B5, H.R. 410
Model 48 gun $240,
Clark’s spool slant top
desk $2OO, J.D. 44 plow
$260, violin $BO and
automatic washer $B5.
Steve Petersheun and
A Farm Sale was held
August 1 for Jack &
Twilla Lowry, R 3,
Jersey Shore. A 1972
Farmall #666 Hydro
tractor sold for $7OOO
and a Farmall H tractor
Kenneth D. Young
A complete dispersal
was held August 1 by
Paul Dabulewicz at
Bnchardville, 5 miles
north of Lawton,
Prices received were:
First calf heifer $1075,
Alamo #75 Vacuum
Pump $1275, 4000 bales
of hay $3300, Farmall
350 tractor $785, Far
mall #460 tractor $l7OO
and secretary-desk of
Jim Adriance & Sons,
Brown’s 15th Annual
Holstein Heifer Sale was
held August I, 1 mile
east of Turbotville,
The top registered
heifer sold for $1800; a
top grade heifer sold for
$1515; and 5 other
heifers brought $l7OO
Auctioneers Carl &
A public sale of
vehicles and household
goods was held August 1
by Elmer T. Fryberger
and Joan Fryberger,
between Blue Ball and
Honey Brook, Lancaster
Some prices were:
1946 Plymouth $100,1953
Int. truck $290, Honda
all terrain vehicle $2OO,
utility trailer $l6O,
utility shed $250, mantel
clocks $47.50 and $57.50
and bedroom suite $290.
Leßoy S. Horst and
Arthur E. Nolt.
A Hosltein Dispersal
was held July 28 by Jay
R. and Beverly Beidel,
at the John Mummau
farm, between Ship
pensburg and Cham
bersburg, Franklin Co.
The average was
$lBOO for the 43
registered and 5 grades
sold. The top cow sired
by Doctor and whose
dam was a Bootmaker
sold for $3550. The
second high cow sired
by Astronaut Rocky out
of Spring Elevation sold
for $2525. The third high
cow sired by Molly Chief
out of Bonus sold for
V. Art Kling was the
Estate of Simon H. Heilig, Worcester
OFFICE AND SLAUGHTER HOUSE EQUIPMENT
SATURDAY, AUGUST 22,1981
At 10:00 o'clock a.m
At Pocomoke Provision Company
Market and Front Sts. Pocomoke, Md.
(30 miles S. of Salisbury, Md.)
Toledo scale Model 2171 - 4500 lb. capacity
(Livestock); Toledo Scale Model 31-2121FC -
1600 lb. capacity, plus equipment; Approx. 100
various size meat hooks on rollers and loose;
Federal boiler Model OL 3202; Copeland freon
compressor 4-5 ton (LALI-0370-TAC); 3
complete refrigeration systems 4-5 ton;
Stainless steel cutup table; Heavy duty
overhead hoist - very large; Large quantity of
overhead tracking with switches, turns etc.; 2
steel meat carts on casters; Small Dayton
meat scale; Several very large refrigerator
doors; Atlantic Service knife sharpener;
Quantity of fire extinguishers; Platform
scales; Several Gould piston pumps; 10 gallon
stone crock; Air conditioner; W Moyers
Western print; Checkwriter; Yale safe-small;
Typewriter stand; Office desk; 2-4 drawer
filing cabinets; All fixtures - loading ramps -
Terms: Cash on day of sale. Checks will be
accepted from residents of the Delmarva
Penmnsula when drawn on a local Bank All
Pennsylvania buyers must pay in cash, or have
Letter of Credit or Certified Check.
Pete Richardson Auction Sales
Pete Richardson, Auctioneer/Sales Mgr.
301546-0110 Ext. 813
FCONSIGNMENT AUCTION |
ft MONDAY, AUG. 10, 1981 |
I 9:30 A.M. |
ft ★ Usual Run of Tractors, Machinery and |
1 Construction z
2 * New tools and tarps sell first I
I ★ Special Consignment RV Trailers |
Equipment of Donald J. and Roberta P.
Blouch for secured parties to be sold at
AC 7000 w/cab & air, duals, front wts 700 hrs.,
WD Allis Chalmers, rear wts, good rubber
WD Allis Chalmers, w/loader, good shape
MH 44 tractor w/loader
NH1469 self propelled wmdrower, w/cab
NH 269 baler w/thrower
New Idea 7’ cut-ditioner
Oliver hay rake, good condition
Bush Hog 10’ disc harrow
IH #56 silage blower w/neck
JD 3x pull type plow, 14”
7’ 3 pt. scraper blade
300 gal. pull type sprayer
JD 494 A complanter w/cyhnder
Oliver Superior 13 hole grain drill
NHS4” manure bucket
Black Hawk elevator, 32’, w/motor
20’ Bale wagon on running gear
Little Giant 14’ corn drag w/transport and
Brilhon 10’ harrow w/2 ft. wings
4 bottom 3 pt. trip plow, 16”
New Holland gravity bin on gear
Fox 2 beater wagon on 6 ton gear
Brillion 5 foot pull rotary mower
Fox 3 row com head
Fox 2 row com head
S. Race Street. Myerstown. PA 17067 V
Tractors sell at I
approximately 2:30 5
followed by I
OF 10 ACRE FARMETTE
THURSDAY EVE., AUGUST 20,1981
Sale Time 7 P.M.
Located at 214 Sky view Lane, Warwick
Township, Lancaster Co., Pa.
Directions; Take Rt. 222, Rt. 772
(Newport Rd.) turn right onto Skyview
10 ACRES (More or Less) With 2 Streams
560' Road Frontage (More or Less)
2 STORY DWELLING
Second floor contains 2 large bedrooms,
plenty of storage and full bath.
First floor contains large eat-in kitchen with
many built-in cabinets, large living room, 2
bedrooms, full bath and foyer.
Lower area contains large office, panelled
Recreation Room, large laundry, cold storage
area and garage with upper deck.
Storm windows &doors.
LARGE BLOCK TRUCK GARAGE
FRAME BARN with stables, tobacco cellar
and stripping room.
This beautiful farmette is located near road
leading to metropolitan areas.
Large fenced in meadows. Lots of road
frontage (560’ more or less) Beautiful country
2 wells & pressure systems. Springs.
Open Houses Saturday, Aug & 15,1981 from
1 p m. to 4 p.m. or for inspection or information
S.K. SHOTZBERGER, INC.
T. Glenn Horst, Auct.
Timothy G. Horst, Auct.
Charles Golin, Atty.
Equipment Hauling Trucks; Pickups
Scouts; CARS; Garage Tools & Equip.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 13
at XI A.M.
AT LEHIGH INTERNATIONAL
6 miles North of ALLENTOWN turn off
Rt. 309 onto Rt. 873 towards Neffs.
Selling'by order of S.B.A. secured party
under U.C.C. the following vehicles &
‘7l Int. Fleetstar 2110 A tractor w/Schwartz
42’ dropdeck trailer w/flipup sides, hyd. beaver
tail, hyd. winch; ‘7O GMC truck w/18’ grove
rollback body w/wmch; ‘72 Ford 3/4 ton
pickup, 4 spd.; ‘74 Int. Vz ton pickup; ‘74 Int.
Scout 4x4 auto.; ‘76 Int. Scout; Snow Co. tan
dem axle tilt bed trader, 2 ton cap., w/wmch &
elec. hyd. tdt; ‘77 AMX sdn. 6 cyl. stick; ‘7B
Dodge Omni; ‘74 AMC Matador.
Speedaire Industrial duty 2 stage air comp,
w/3.5 hp. eng.; Jenny steam cleaner-pressure
washer; Clean-O-Matic parts washer; Dake 75
ton hyd. press; Clausing Industrial duty drill
press; Toledo-Beaver metal cutting bandsaw;
oxy-Acetylene outfit; Lincoln 180 amp. welder;
3000 watt alternator; 4 ton floor jack; %, 1 & 2
ton port, floor cranes; Int. hy-pressure washer;»
Bishman pneumatic lire changer; Sunnen “666”
precision honing machine, Armature lathe; 100
amp. & 200 amp., batt. chargers; bench
grinder; 8” disc grinder; W elec, impact
wrench; 1000 lb. torque wrench; 3/4” & 1”
drive socket sets; diesel engine analyser &
tester; tap & die sets; micrometer; 1000’s of
new asstd. bolts & nuts; 1-H speciality tools;
tractor splitting frames; lot hvy. duty jack
stands; lot load chains & binders; CaCl pump;
6 shop benches; metal shelving units; 240 & 300
gal. fuel tanks w/pumps; Plus full line of tools
& testers to be found in a well equipped shop.
Minolta copier; Burroughs F 9500 Acctg.
machine; National 160 Acctg. machine; tune
clock; (4) 4 drawer file cabinets; 4 drawer
fireproof file cabinets; metal desks & chairs;
Rollodex & cardex files; utility cabinets; ad
ding machines; typewriter; plus many items
too numerous to list.
NOTE: All items in good cond. Will be of
fered m bulk & individually. Inspection 8 A.M.
Terms- Cash or certified check, 25% deposit
w/bid. Refreshments served.
Ralph W. Zettlemoyer Auction Co. Inc.
WED., AUGUST 12,1981
At 5:30 P.M.
Southern Manheim Twp. Fire Hall
Fruitville Pk & Orchard Sts. Lancaster,
Shirley Temple creamers, oil lamps, jar
diniers, crocks, jugs, lanterns, childs toys,
butcher ladle & fork, cookie cutters, ruby
creamers 1863-1913, tin ice cream dipper, horse
shoe tumblers, glass candy containers, wine
sets, iron fireside cat, rolling pins, Grover
Cleveland iron horse shoe, rye basket, flat
irons, iron horse heads, old black doll & others,
6 scripturelumblers, agate & tin buckets, black
iron sausage pans, old coffee grinder, doll
carriage, scythe, compotes, glass & china,
Many more items.
R. SMITH - M. SMITH
John H. Cooper
(For your sale at property or auction
house call 665-5839)
ERWIN & ELIZABETH ATWOOD’S
SELECTED MILKING HERD & BRED
THURSDAY, AUGUST 20,1981
11:00 a.m. at the farm
Just north of Rutland, VT
Directions to farm: North of Pittsford,
VT on Rt. 7, Take Florence Truck Route,
located on west side of Rt. 7, go 1 mile to
T, then left under overpass for about 3
mites to farm. Signs sale day.
70 HEAD SELLING
Carefully Selected To Sell Most Advantageously For
Fall Milk & Soundness
Almost SO Head Fresh Or
To Calve Between July 1 & Dec 15.
40 REGISTERED AND 38 IDENTIFIED GRADES
Cattle Selling Include:
★ Fancy, deep-nbbed
Colonel milking in the
60s as a 2-yr-old from a
★ GP-83 at 2y Zee dtr.
sure to be VG next
time. Fresh 5-24 with
her 2nd calf and
milking 65 Ibs./day.
★ GP-83 cow by an
Another easy potential
VG, she has +l4OO
ETA and is from a
24.000- dam. Con
♦ GP-82 cow
making over 20,000 m
from a VG 20,000-lb.
HER VG ■ 86 4-Yr.
URIE LYN HAGEN MARIA
A tremendous high test dtr of
Hagen up to 4 6% Her VG 86
dtr by a plus proven
Astronaut son is making over
18 000 m at 4y and sells bred
to Grand Fortune
Sale Manager’s Note: Due to a shortage of
help the Atwoods have decided to sell most of
the milking herd and a few choice bred heifers.
Together we picked 70 head from about 100
cows and heifers that are right from the top of
the herd. Any blemished or problem cows are
not selling only the best This herd is ex
tremely good uddered with excellent feet &
legs. They are not pushed for high production,
although several cows selling have records
over 18,000 m. Milking herd consists mostly of
Ist, 2nd, and 3rd calf animals. This sale offers a
unique opportunity to buy fall milk, from good,
honest, sound cattle at farmer-breeder prices.
Plan to be on hand sale day—you’ll be glad you
—A. Bruce Whittier
Catalogs Available by Contacting Sale
Managers Or Owners
ERWIN & ELIZABETH ATWOOD
Owners Phone: 802-483-2362
A. Bruce Whittier, Auctioneer
Jay Repard, Ringman
Holcomb, NY (716-657-6733)