Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, April 23, 1994, Image 164

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    EB-Lancuter Farming, Saturday, April 23, 1994
Sale Reports
A Public Antique
Auction was held April
16 for a local estate at
6100 Baltimore Pike,
I'A miles south of
Oxford, Pa. There were
162 registered bidders.
Some prices
included: early pine
rope bed with blue paint
$6OO, set of 6 decorated
half-spindle chairs
$6OO, Windsor decor
ated settee $6OO, pine
dry sink $425, early
child’s ladder-back
rocker w/rush seat
$4lO, Nolan Ryan roo
kie card $4OO, farm
taljle $375, regulator
wall clock $3lO, pair
Chinese bird prints
$290 each, primitive
iron toaster $l4O, early
strap hinges $5O each,
wooden measure buck
ets $5O each and 1935
Pennsylvania hunting
license $lO.
Jeffrey E. Whiteside
conducted the sale.
A Public Auction of
real estate was held
April 16 by Mrs. N.
Laveme (Dottie) Lon
gacre, Neltz’s Valley
Road', Washington
Twp., Snyder Co., Pa.
The 117 acre farm
with a 2 story house,
garage, large bank bam
and Wickes shed with
com crib at each end
was sold for $203,000.
The auctioneers were
Roger A. Lauver and
Dean E. Longacre.
A Public Sale of
household goods and
antiques was held April
16 fro Verna H. Farrell,
36 Lancaster Ave.,
Strasburg, Lane. Co.,
Pa. There were 187
registered bidders at the
Some items sold
were: desk and book
case combination
$1475, grained flour
chest $575, 6 piece
Depression-style bed
room suite $4OO, wicker
baby coach $230, oak
extension table with 12
boards $750, 4 oak
chairs $2O each, oak
potty chair $35, oak
bureau $l5O, oak side
board $165, toy chest
$52.50, pressed-back
shelf clock $225, 3
piece wicker set $l9O,
small wooden wheel
barrow $220, Packer
upright piano $2BO, an
agate teapot $5O, heart
shaped cheese mold
$95, compote $5O and
Gap salt & pepper shak
ers $9O.
Robert E. Martin,
Jeffrey R. Martin and
Randall L. Ranck were
the auctioneers.
A Public Sale of
Holsteins and machin
ery was held April 16
by Edward and Mary
Ann Baker, near Limes
toneville, Pa.
The top price for a
cow was $2050 and two
sold for $2OOO each.
The average of the
whole herd of registered
and grade Holsteins
both cows and calves
was $lOO3.
Other prices were:
Knights 180 spreader
$lO5O, N.H. 489 hay
bine $2500, N.H. 792
chopper with 2 heads
$12,500, Gehl skid steer
$7900, Oliver 1855
tractor $11,900 and J.D.
2840 tractor $10,600.
Wood’s Auction Ser
vice managed the sale.
A Public Sale of trac
tors and farm equip
ment was held April 15
by John S. Mellott near
Fort Loudon, Franklin
Co., Pa. A large crowd
attended the sale.
Some prices were:
Minn. Moline gas trac
tor $2OOO, J.D. H trac
tor $l4OO, J.D. 45 com
bine $2BOO, J.D. 27
4-bottom plow $3400,
Glenco soilsaver $2BOO,
Rhino #76 disc $1950,
Rhino Athens disc
PP-11:00 AM V
RE-1:00 PM
Auction & Showings to be held at
Parcel #3 at the buildings, at the corner 9,
of Granthouse & Browntown Rds. Use ■
Rt 79 west from Whitney Point 6 miles d
to Center Lisle Rd, turn at Church to A
Center Lisle-Hunts Cors Rd, go 1 mile, p
bear left and go to Granthouse RD, d
turn and go VA mile to farm. Arrows v
off Rt. 79 at Center Lisle. 9,
('Opportunity Knocks) I
This very desirable property consists |
of a complete Veal Raising Operation d
at Parcel #3 w/ good 4 bedroom
House, 2 new Baths, new Kitchen.
157 Veal Stall Barn set up for Veal %
Calves, High Pressure System, Temp V
Controlled, ready to go; plus Pole
Buildings - lots of other uses. 7 other I
Parcels ranging from Acre Trailer Lot d
w/Septic & Electric to 5 to 15 Acre A
Parcels w/lots of frontage. Great ®
views! All are Surveyed. Some nice d
pieces here! To be sold in Parcels, &
Combinations, or its Entirety. 3,
[ OF PRICE! Brochures Available by A
I mail or in a Mailbox at parcel #3. ■
lnspections: A
) Sat., April 30 2:00-4:00 PM •
Sun., May 1 2:00-4:00 PM j
| All Parcels are marked. You may also I
walk them at your leisure. |
I Terms - 10% Down Day of Sale, d
s Balance in 30 days on closing.
> Also selling Personal Property at v
(, 11:00 AM - Int. Backhoe' GMC 1 ton I
I Dump; Lots of good Shop Tools, etc. m
£ Full listing next week.
I Owners - Rockcastle & Bums
I Auctioneer & Licensed I
I Real Estate Broker g
Whitney Point, N.Y. ’j
t 607-692-4540 \
t , 1-800-MANASSE \
$lB5O, McCormick 8 It.
grain binder $l6O, Kil
bros gravity wagon
$l2OO, J.D. bale wagon
$650, I.H. grinder
mixer $1350, N.H. 276
baler $2150, Red River
threshing machine
$240, Case ensilage
cutter $275 and N. 1.205
manure spreader $575,
also 3 iron butcher ket
tles $l7O each.
Edgar J. Stull and
Lynn A. Dietrich were
the auctioneers.
A Public Estate Auc
tion was held April 16
for the estate of Arlene
Shellenberger at the
Ridge Fire Co., Blue
Room along Rt. 23
between Phoenixville,
Pa. and Rt. 100.
Some prices received
were: Hamilton watch
hunting case model 992
$370, Hamilton watch
17 jewel $llO, early
coin silver watch hunt
ing case (key wind)
SISO, ladies hunting
case watch (needs
spring) $4OO, modemis-
tic Elgin wrist watch
$B5 and fancy Elgin
hunting case watch
Ted Maurer was the
A Public Auction of
real' estate and farm
machinery was held
April 11 by Elwood L.
and Ruth N. Rohr
baugh, west of York,
Pa. 4 miles along Rt.
234, East Berlin Road.
The 3.2 acres with a
stone house and bam
was sold for $lOl,OOO.
Other prices were:
M. 135 gas tractor
$6900, M.F. 3 pt. 2-bot
tom plow $575, 3 pt.
2-row cultivator $lBO,
N. 12A spreader $7OO,
N.H. 68 baler $525, 3
pt. post hole digger
$350, Arps snow blow
er $900,3 pt. 7ft scrap
er blade $220 and Int.
manufacturing 3 pt. rot
ary mower $B5O.
Rentzel’s Auction
Service conducted the
Saturday, April 30
* . 9AM
«. MIDDLETOWN, DE-Rt. 301,3/4 mi A
north of MD line. ?
9* Sale includes 4 house lots, partial y
liquidation of auto repair and A
construction companies, and 9 bank ju
repossessed boats. Sale will begin with
9$ automotive & construction tools. 9ft
A TOOLS: JD Al5O heater, tire machine, 9$
«u wheel balancer, trans. jack, new floor jacks, JjL
2 alt. & starter tester, Craftsman tool box,
A chain hoist, pipe cutters, shelving, new At?
A* tires, tow chains, bench grinder, come- JL
Y alongs, hand, air, power & garden tools
A (some new), stud gun, chop saw, alum & W?
JU Fiberglass ladders, torches, 2 tank carts, JL
7 regulator set, demolition hammer, floor tile
A stripper, cordless drill, 35” box on wheels, w?
jk 2 chain saws, tilt cart, rolling platform A
2 ladder, Dayton gang box, wood dolly.
EQUIPMENTS Skid loader, telescoping J
a(? lift, 2 pressure washers, 12 volt water pump
A Landa water heater, air filtration system, 30 a&
gal. vacuum, 18 hp Briggs eng., floor 2
At? buffer, elec. & gas air nailers, post hole A
auger, 86 Ford Ranger, Dodge stake body, A*
2 82 Rampage pickup, 87 Ford pickup, 85
At? Chevy pickup, Gravely w/attach., 2-man
orchard trimmer. A|
BOATS: 90 Galaxy (90 Merc, mtr & trlr), 2
W? 88 Bayliner (mtr & trlr), 88 Bayliner (trlr), v*
A 90 Maxum (90 Merc, mtr & 94 trlr), 91
Bayliner, (91 Force mtr & 91 trlr) 89 Blue
2 Finn (mtr & trlr), 89 Wellcroft (89 Merc W*
A mtr. & trlr), 90 Bass Tracker (Evinrude &
A* mtr.), 90 West Wind (89 Force mtr.). jo
Y FURNITURE: Armoire, 2 high post beds, ?
A 4- and 5- pc. bedrooms, dressers, D. Phyfc-
A style dining table, oak washstand, Victorian A
2 chest, side chairs & love scat, 2 mrbl top 2
A tbls, cedar chests, pine cupboard, Mahog. aJ
A Lyre-back chairs, kitchen tbls, oak rocker, A
2 gossip bnch, piano stool, misc. chairs, spool T
*9* tbls, pcs marble. w?
j(? ALSO: cookie jars, glass, cast iron, 78 A
JjL records, child books, toys, games, costume
jewelry, old marbles, flute, bugle, banjo, 2
9$ dishes, old transit, Breyer Horses, 2 A
JjL freezers, washer, 2 dryers, air conditioners. A*
2 houshold and much more to be unpacked. 2
Auctioneer’s Note: ALL furniture,
A collectible and household, tools and
most equipment will be sold at absolute A
jA auction.
A» Terms of!certified funds.
Y Auctioneer reserves the right to hold A
A merchandise until checks clear. All 9$
items must be paid for day of sale.
No Sales Tax! • No Buyer’s Premium!
Lunch by Helen’s Sausage House
302-378-4722 XflfflSF
A Public Auction of
hunting and trapping
memorabilia was held
April 16 for the estate
of William Boyer, 5
miles north of Lebanon
cm Route 343 in Bethel
Township, Lebanon
Co., Pa. A large crowd
attended from as far
away as Illinois.
Some prices
included: trapper’s
basket $l4O, turkey call
$lOO, sporting books
$lO5, old photo album
$lBO, quilt $B5, base
ball mit $lOO, trapper
pitcher $45. trapping
book $65, Pa. Game
News magazine $2OO,
Lone Scout items $3OO,
rope bed $75, oak
bureau $2BO, child’s
rocker $l5O, Arts &
Crafts wood kitchen
cupboard $ll5O, blank
et chest $220, old
extension table $425
and washstand $l5O.
Nelson L. Ebersole
conducted the sale.
SATURDAY, April 30, 1994
Starting at 9:30 a.m.
LOCATION: 241 Miller Lane, Williams
port, Lycoming Co., PA.
DIRECTIONS: Route #lBO - Take the
Faxon Exit and Watch for Signs, Right
at the Exit.
1980 Ford Fl5O w/utility box and ladder
rack, 1986 mazda 82000 Pick-up, 1977
Chev. Van, P.P. & L. Style Bucket Truck,
Ditch Witch Model 40, Greenlee 2 1/2-4
rigid Conduit Bender MBB4, Greenlee 2-4”
EMT Conduit Bender Model MBBSTE,
Greenlee Hydro. Ram, Greenlee Bending
Table, Enetpac Wire Puller Model CMI6,
5000 watt Generator, Gas, Lge. Fiberg
lass Job Box, Rigid Pipe Threader 1/2 to
4”, Rigid PVC Bender 1/2 to 2”. Floor Mod
el Drill Press, 2 knock out Sets, Cadweld
Equip., Propane Torch, B & D 3/4 Hammer
Drill w/bits, 8 Fiberglass & Wood Ladders,
Pay Telephones, Battery Charger, OR
Light, 6 Greenlee Porta Powers, Greenlee
Manual Wire Pullers, Craftsman Snow
Blower, Snapper SP 4HP Mower, Wire
Fishes, 1 1/4” Rigid El. Bender, Lge.
Wooden Bench, Numerous Partial Coils of
Wire - Al. & Cooper, Rockwell Porta-Band
Saw, Skil 3.5 HP Disk Sander, Core Bits, 2
Milwaukee 1/2” Drills, 1/3 HP Bench Grin
der, Bosch Hammer Drill, Lge. T & B Crim
per w/dies, Lge. T & B Portable Hammer,
Misc. Hand Benders & Hickeys, Lge. Pipe
Wrenches, Metal Stud Punch, Lge. Coils f
Rope, Safety Belt Rope, Bench Vise, Pipe
Vises, Misc. Rigid Dies, 1 ton Cornea
longs, Wheel Barrow, Gas Cans, 100’
Snakes, B & D Sawsall HD, During Epoxy
Anchoring System, HD Roof Mounted
Ladder Rack, 400 amp Service Discon
nects, Temp. Services w/pole, Extra Lge.
Wire Rack, Conduit Rack, Lge. asst, of
Conduit, Lge. asst, of Scaffolding w/
wheels, Some Baker Scaffolding, Int. Van
Utility Boxes, numerous Lite Fixtures, Wire
Troughs, Saddle Utility Box for Pickup,
Cutler Hammer 3 pole 90 Shunt Trip
Breaker, 3 - 2000 amp Fuses, 3 phase 400
amp Federal Breaker, Misc. Cutler, Fed,
GE, Square D Breakers, Lge. asst., Lge.
Asst. Panel Boxes & Disconnects, Misc.
Fixtures & Parts, Misc. Conduit Fittings,
Mitel Phone Systems, Misc. Hand Tolls &
Hardware, Lge. Asst, of Metal Shavings,
Hard Hats, Office Equipment, Model
TFIII Toshiba Fax Machine, Metal &
Wood Desks, 2 & 4 drawer File Cabinets, 3
dr. File Res. Safe, 2 door Cabinet, Desk
Chairs, IBM XT Computer w/monitor, Met
al Table, Sharp Adding Machine, 100
number speed Dialer, Simpler Phone Sys
tem w/3 phones, Typewriter Tables, Vinyl
Couch & Chair, Coffee Table Port. Type
writer, Misc. Trade Catalog, Answering
The Hollicks have been in the EL contract
ing business for 40 years & there are
numerous items that are not listed. This is
a Large All Day Sale.
or Good Check with letter of Credit Day of
Lunch will be served
Sales will be held under tent if needed
Bernard D. Rell
Auctioneer AUOOIB44L
Christopher J. Rell
Auctioneer AU-002509-L
8101 l Aucthn
252 Allegheny Street,
Jersey Shore, PA 17740