Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, April 30, 1994, Image 62

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    826-Lancasttr Farming, Saturday, April 30, 1994
Sale Reports
A Public Auction of
butcher shop and farm
ing equipment was sold
April 23 by Claude and
Ruth Keagy, 3 miles
east of Marietta on Fair
view Rd„ Lane. Co., Pa.
There were 330 regis
tered bidders at the sale.
Some prices were:
socket set $5O, hydraul
ic motor $3O, tap & die
set $37.50, farm wagon
$260, walking potato
plow s4(\ 1-row culti
vator $42.50, 15 ft.
handy hauler elevator
$360, old grain drill
$l5O, old combine
$350, scraper blade
$285, bin wagon $3OO,
single row cultipacker
$270, Farmall #230
tractor w/cultivator
$1725, Farmall M trac
tor w/corn picker
$l4OO, Int. 544 tractor
$B9OO, tractor chains
$135, plow $360, 1979
Dodge 300 cattle truck
$2900, ear com $B5 per
ton, chicken coop $3l
each, anvil $B5, cutting
torch & cart $290, plat
form scale $lO5,
Winchester box $26,
Lion nut cracker
$52.50, banana dish
$47.50 and small saus
age stuffer $165.
Also sold were:
crocks $lO to $l6O
each, Fiesta dish
$47.50, 2 brass cuspi
dors $lOO each, meat
sheer $290, butcher ket
tles $lBO each, iron
penny bank $67.50,
market basket $47.50,
Hobart band saw $375,
meat grinder $430,
large sausage stuffer
$ll5O, splitting saw
$260, Sensenig airplane
propeller $2OO, 30 gal.
crock $9O, old sled
$47.50 and wagon seat
The auctioneers were
Ira and Dale Stoltzfus.
A Public Sale of
machinery was held
April 23 by Wood’s
Auction Service on the
Gordon Wood Farm,
Route 15, 2 miles from
Tioga, Pa.
Some prices
included: N.H. 426 bal
er $7900, Tree Farmer
log skidder $7OOO, Int.
706 tractor w/loader
$4lOO, Ford 5000 trac
tor w/remote arm Bush
Hog $6300, A.C. 190
tractor $4OOO, J.D. 7000
conservation-till planter
6-row $4600, J.D. 336
baler w/kicker $3OOO
and J.D. 338 baler w/
kicker $4400.
The sale was man
aged by Wood’s Auc
tion Service.
A Public Auction of
real estate and farm
machinery was held
April 22 by Sallie T.
Mitchell, beyond Lees
port on Tower Rd.,
Centre Twp., Berks Co.,
The 115 acre dairy
farm with a house, 2 car
garage and bams was
sold for $200,000.
Other prices were:
N.H. 553 skid loader
$lO,OOO, J.D. 4520 trac
tor D $12,000, J.D.
5-bottom plow $5OO,
J.D. 4020 tractor $6lOO,
N.H. 782 harvester
$l2OO, corn head
$l5OO, grass head $325,
J.D. 375 round baler
$7700, N.H. 304
spreader $7OO, N.H.
489 haybine $2550, 2”
stainless steel pipe line
& pump $1975 and Patz
bam cleaner $4OO.
Kline, Kreider and
Good were the
A Short Notice Sale
of a dairy herd was held
April 18 by Mr. and
Mrs. Donald E. Wid
dowson at the Kish Val
ley Dairy Sales Bam,
Belleville, Pa.
The top price for a
grade cow was $1550
and four were sold for
$l4OO each. A fresh
cow brought $1350.
Harry H. Bachman
was the auctioneer.
We will be selling from the farm of
Carl Rovenolt, located 3 miles East of
Watsontown Exit of 1-180, Northumber
land Co., follow signs from off ramp.
SAT., APRIL 30, 1994
Starting at 10:00 A.M.
(with Year Around Cab, Diesel)
IH #520,5-16 Plow - Oliver 5-16 Plow -12’
White Transport Disc - 11’ Oliver Transport
Disc - McConnell 12’ Spring Tooth Harrow, 3
pt. Hitch - 4 Section Harrow - Brillion 10’ Cul
tipacker (small wheels) - IH #56, 4x30 Com
Planter - AC 2 Row Com Planter - McConnell
18’ Field Cultivator - NI #212 Manure
Spreader- Ford 530 PTO Baler with Thrower -
JD #24 Baler with Kicker (extra kicker) - NI
#323 Corn Picker - NH #6ll Forage Harves
ter with 2 Heads (com, grass & parts) - Eastern
20’ Bale Elevator - 6"xl6’ Grain Auger with
Motor - Smoker 24’ Elevator.
(13’ Grain Head, 2 Row Wide Com Head)
(4’ Wide Row Com Head, 10’ Grain Head)
(2) John Deere #3O PTO Combines (3)
Gravity wagons (2 Huskee approx. 150 bu.,
One with New Tires) - MM Com Sheller PTO
Driven - 10 HP Cub Cadet - Cultivators for
(Spoke Rims on Rubber, Runs Good,
Good Tin)
40’ Drag Chain (good condition) - Field
Sprayer (good pump, tank) - Buffalo Metal
Cutting Saw - Craftsman Welder - 6’xB’ Utili
ty Trailer - Multi-fuel Boiler Furnace (hot
water, new, in crate) -
More items to be consigned. To consign call
Carl Rovenolt 742-8050 or 538-2227 - Loader
Tractor Available.
TERMS - Cash or Good PA Check, Out
of State Buyers must have Bank Letter
Guaranteeing Funds.
R 911 N - M OlO st.,
r —WWatsontown, PA 17777
ll auctioneer ll Phone: (717) 538-2227
Lie. #AU-002180-L
Job Johnny - Lunch Stand Available
A Public Sale of real
estate, farm equipment
and household items
was held April 23 for
Joseph and Roberta
Schneider, 1680 Robert
Fulton Highway, East-
Drumore Twp., Lancas
ter Co., Pa. There were
ISS registered bidders
at the sale.
The 12 acre farmette
with a 2 story frame
house, a large bank bam
and several outbuild
ings was purchased by
Stewart and Joyce
Gyles of Peach Bottom
for $120,000.
Other prices received
were; Bolens tractor w/
snowplow $5400,
Woods mower $1550,
Woods scraper blade
$290, Dynamark riding
mower $3OO, Bush Hog
rotary tiller $270,
Montgomery Ward rot
ary tiller $250, Delta
table saw $220, post
hole digger $l6O,
Homelite chain saw
$l7O, small John Deere
disc $lO5, 6 pc. pine
bedroom suite $525 and
Lionel toy train set with'
track $lBO.
Roy and Eric Probst
were the auctioneers.
A Public Sale of real
estate was held April 23
by Susie X. Ressler, 30
Graybill Road, Barevil
le. Lane. Co., Pa.
The ranch type house
with a garage and tool
shed on a lot was sold
for $87,000. The 1985
Olds Regency 4-door
sedan was sold for
Snyder Auction Ser
vice conducted the sale.
A Public Auction of
household goods and
antiques was held April
21 by Elmer B. Fisher,
3325 Old Philadelphia
Pike, Lane. Co., Pa.
Some prices were:
“Center Diamond’’ quilt
$llOO, “Block” quilt
$lOOO, hooked rugs $B5
& $9O, braided rug $66,
oak claw-foot bed's32s,
3 piece Waterfall bed
room suite $590, Singer
treadle sewing machine
$320, oak rocker $llO,
6 oak curved-back
chairs $450,6 claw feet
chairs $2lO, 6 fiddle
back chairs $3OO, oak
extension table $3OO
and jelly cupboard
Robert E. and Jeffrey
R. Martin and Randall
L. Ranck were the
SAT., MAY 7, 10:00 A.M.
Campbell (Steuben Co.) New York
Sal* to b* hald at the farm along State Route
333 at the corner of Town Route 4,1 mile weat of
1-17 Exit #4l at Campbell, New York.
Due to the paaalng of Mr. Swain, aelllng will
MENT: I.H. “UD” 6 cyl. diesel power unit on trailer with
Gorham Rupp 6x6 pump; Myers 6x4 p.t.o. pump; App.
130 lengths of Tico 3 in. x 30 ft. alum, pipe with app. 44
Rainbird 12070 sprinklers; App. 50 lengths of Tico 5 in. x
30 ft. alum, main line; Two (2) Rainbird 1008 guns;
Various 3 in. and 5 in. accessories; Grove running gear
irrigation pipe wagon; Bern King mulch unit complete
with 6VS xlO ft, pull along trailer. The p.Lo. mulcher can
be mounted left or right or removed and used on 3 pt.
hitch. Unit is in like new condition! John blue 3 pt. 11
tooth injector unit with ground wheel driven pump; PK 3
pt. sprayer with SO gal. poly tank and 10 ft. booms; Powell
3 pt. 1 row transplanter; Baltic 3 pt. broadcast seeder;
App. 50 alum, berry picking trays; Portable cooler (for
frait-veg-beer tap) with new single phase compressor.
MACHINERY: CAT 0-2 dozer with manual angle
blade, pony motor, all rebuilt and ready for work; Ford 8N
tractor, very good condition); Set of double ring chains
for 8N Ford; Custom Built commercial style woodsplilter
on wheels with Tecumseh gas engine over hyd. power, 21
ft. overall length with 8 ft splitting bed (logs or fence
posts), complete with hyd. log lifter; York 3 pt. 6 ft. stone
rake; 3 pt. S/t ft. double disk; Ferguson 3 pt. 2 bottom
plow; Ford 3 pt. 6 ft. scraper blade; 3 pt. 4 ft. drag;
Tandem trailer with 14 ft. flat desk, S'/i ft. between wheel
wells; I.H. ground driven 35-40 bu. manure spreader;
Case trailer type sickle bar mower; A.C. round baler;
Alum. 16 ft. single chain conveyor, looks new;
PRODUCE: Ear com in wire crib IOVi ft. deep in 16
ft diameter Crib, to be removed by Sept. 1 it, 1994; Pile of
oats app. 13 ft. x 13 ft. x 4 ft. deep.
power wagon with Myeri mow plow; 1967 Scout 4x4
farm pickup; Two hone pull behind hone trailer; Pr. of
11:2-28 tirei on Ford rimi; PK pull type lawn sprayer
with 2 h.p. gas engine and 25 gal. tank; Haban 4 ft. front
mount flail mower, 3 ft. pull type lawn roller; "Favorite”
electric incubator; Qty. of good hanging wire rabbit
cages; Lincoln 225 welder, Parts washer; Hydraulic
press; Drill press; Power hack saw; Small lathe; Double
grinder on pedestal; Anvil; VERY Large Group of Hand
tools and hardware items, fishing equipment and tackle.
Lunch-Portajohns on site!
Terms: CASH or honorable check day of auction.
Acceptable I.D, required!
Owned by:
Auction Conducted By:
James P. Plrrung
Wayland, New York
A Public Auction of
real estate was held
April 23 for the estate
of Chester Parsons,
Philip Drive, Schaeffer
stown, Lebanon Co.,
The brick ranch
house on a 93.5 ft. wide
by 150 deep lot was
sold for $lOl,OOO. The
1988 Ford Taurus car
was sold for $5BOO.
Richard A. Kramer
was the auctioneer.
A Public Auction of
antiques and carnival
glass was held April 19
for the estate of Ed
Seibert by Helen
Seibert at Citizens Fire
Company, N. College
St., Palmyra, Lebanon
Co., Pa.
Some items sold
were: Cowden crock
$390, 4 piece butcher
utensil set $BO, small
Seth Thomas clock
$l5O, decorated wood
box $4lO, oak china
closet $340, carnival
glass sold as follows:
pastel swan $290, grape
& cable water set $240,
grape & cable bowl
$240 and water set
Harry H. Bachman
was the auctioneer.
A Public Sale of
landscaping equipment
and took was held April
23 for Stoltzfus Land
scaping of Bird-in-
Hand, Lane. Co., Pa. on
Beechdale Rd. There
were 79 registered bid
ders attending the sale.
Some prices
included: N.H. L 785
skid loader $13,100,
1989 Ford dump truck
$8000,1986 Ford dump
AT 9:00 A.M.
Cumberland County: 1 mile east of
Bloservllle along Route 944. 3 miles
east of Newvllle turn off 641 onto road
to Bloservllle. Or from Carlisle talTe
Route 74 North to Route 944 West.
(Signs posted).
Farm Machinery - Collectables - Guns -
Households - Lawn & Garden Equipment -
3 Feeder Cattle - Pigs - 3 Purebred Goats
Recently Fresh - 1976-K5 Blazer 34,000
Original Miles; Butcher Topis; Hobart M.
5514 Bandsaw 220 volt single phase Brief
list includes, Brillion 14 ft. fold-up harrow:
M.F. 880-5 bm. Plow; Gleaner Grain
Cleaner: Hay Rakes; Flat wagon w/heavy
gear; Zimmerman pick-up field sprayer, 12
hole cattle feeder; 10 hole hog feeder;
6xlo ft. Port-A-Hut; New Snidey Farrow
ing hut w/outside lot; New large comfort
stalls; Riding Mowers, M.F. 4220 Snow
blower fits M.F. 1450 tractor, Lumber.
GUNS 30 plus: Rem. 760 - 30-06 in box;
Rem. 760 Anniversary cal. 7 mm 08 new in
box; Lauber 12 ga. over & under new in
box; Investarn #4lO over & under new in
box; Browning A-Bolt 284 cal. new in box;
Win. M. 70 Feather weight 6 mm cal. new
in box; Rem. M. 760 - 30-06; J.C. Higgins
16 ga. dbl. bl. M. 1017; Savage M. 342 -22
Hornet w/4 X Redfield scope; Marlin 22-22
cal. w/Redfield 4 X scope; Browning Auto
5 Shotgun 12 ga. light chambers; Moss
burg 12 ga. 835 - 3’A mag. ulitmag; Rem.
M. 7 - 223 cal. w/scope & sling; Rem. M. 6 -
243 cal. w/scope; Rem. 870 Wingmaster
12 ga. More Win. & Rem. Models. For full
list of everything call Art. (717) 776-3645.
Sale Order: Households at 9:00 w/
furniture mixed in, Also at 9:00 Items
off wagons & trucks - Guns 11:30 then
Terms cash or Pa. check ID required.
Not responsible for accidents. Tent for
households & guns. Lunch stand
Art. Rife Auction Service
Lie. No. 768 L Ph-776-3645
RICk Foreman Lie. #1163
Brian McGinn Lie. «AA2I2SL
Ron. Hoover Sale Chairman
truck $5OOO, 18,000
pound trailer $6OOO,
Bench grinder $4O, tree
trimmer $65, 3 Stihl
chain saws $225, $250
& $255, torch kit $l2O,
sod cutter $2OOO, log
splitter $3OO, pressure
washer $B5O, 3 pt.
pulverizer $4OO, pallet
fork $650,36” hole dig
ger $BOO, set of two
way radios $lOOO and
post hole digger $l4O.
Aaron E. Martin
Auction Service con
ducted the sale.