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832-LancMt*r Farming, Saturday, April 30, 1W
Public Auction Register
Closing Date Monday 5:00 P.M.
of each week’s publication
SAT. APR. 30-10 AM Farm
Machinery Auction. From
the farm of Carl Rovenolt,
located 3 miles East of
Watsontown Exit of 1-180,
Northumberland Co. follow
signs from off ramp.
Michael P. Weaver, auct.
SAT. APR. 30 - 10:30AM,
11 Acres Wooded Building
Site. Located From Harris
burg Travel North On Rts.
11 & 15 North Tbßt. 104 N.
Travel On Rt. 104 Through
Penns Creek, Cross Penns
Creek Bridge And Immedi
ately Turn Left And Pro
ceed Exactly 2 Miles Along
The Penns Creek. Auction
On Right. Signs Posted.
SAT. APR. 30 -11 AM,
Feed Cattle. Located At
RD#l, Beavertown, Pa.,
Snyder County. Along
Middle Road Next To St.
Peter's Church. Watch For
Signs Sale Day Along Rt.
235 North Of Beaver
Springs Or Rt. 104 North Of
Middleburg. Owner, Steve
Herman. Ken Smith & Den
nis Massinger, Aucts.
SAT. APR 30 -11 AM
Quarter Acre Farm, Spring
Horse Auction Consign
ment Sale, Hack, Horses
Farm located '/< mile off Rt.
414 7 miles from Towanda,
Pa. Hugh Cole, auct.
SAT APR 30- 11AM Real
estate, farm machinery,
dairy cattle Located 6
miles E. of Columbiana Oh.
or 4 miles W. of E. Pales
tine Oh. on SR 14 to Water
ford Rd. John & James Dill
ing, owners. Jim Baer,
SAT. APR. 30 -12 Noon,
Annual Wayne Co. Holstein
Club Sale. Located At The
Wayne Co. Fairgrounds,
One Mile North Of Hones
dale, Pa., Just Off Route
191. Wayne Weaver, Auct.
SAT. APR. 30 -12 Noon,
Spring Feeder Cattle Sale.
Located At Aberdeen Sales
Company, Inc. Livestock
Auction Market On Rt. #22
In Churchville, Harford Co.
Md. Aberdeen Sales Com
SAT. APR. 30 - IPM 4th
Annual Limousin Spring
Production & Bull Sale.
Quail Run, 138 Quail Run
Lane, Slippery Rock, Pa.
John R. Huey II CAI auct
SAT. APR. 30 - IPM, 8.7
Acre Snyder Co. Farmette
Lg. Colonial Brick 3 Bed
room Home, With Open
Stairway & Fireplace Man
tels. Located VA Miles
From Selinsgrove & Sus
Located On The Property Is
A 75x45 Bank Barn &
48x32 Com Crib & Imple
ment Building. Beautiful
Scenery. Great Place For
Horses. Also 3 Bedroom 2
Story Home Located Adja
cent To Farmette On 1
Acre Of Country Beauty.
SAT. APR 30 - 3PM Real
estate, antiques, collecti
bles, household, tools &
misc. Property located
approx. 4 mi. N. of Mifflin
town, along the Arch Rock
Rd., but will be offered for
sale at Juniata Markets,
Jet. of Rts. 75 & old 22, at
the blinking lights, 1 mi. N
of Port Royal, Juniata Co.
The Estate of Miles B.
Gray. Long's Auction
SAT APR. 30 - 7PM 17th
annual public auction of
feeder cattle. Located 7
miles S. of Caiiise, Pa. on
Rt. 11, or three and one half
miles N. of 1-81 at Newville
Interchange on Rt. 11 Two
miles E. on Stone House
Road. Lewis R. Fink.
Robert C. Mullendore, auct.
SAT. APR. 30 - 7:3OPM
Annual Spring Grass Cattle
Sales at Friend’s Stock
yard, Accident, Md.
SUN. MAY 1 - IPM How
ard, New York, Friends of
Howard Annual “Old Fash
ioned Days' and Fund
Raiser Auction. Pirrung
MON. MAY 2-SPM, Even
ing Lawn & Garden Auc
tion. Located At Cochran
Auction Complex, 7704
Maplevllle Rd., Boonsboro,
Washington Co., Md.
Just 4 Miles South Of Exit
35 Off Interstate 70 On
Maryland Route 66 At
Boonsboro. James G.
Collection of Antique Guns
3 of Many 12” Lamps
MON. MAY 2 - 4PM, Real
Estate, Antiques, House
hold Goods ft Car. Located
At 1035 East Orange St.,
Lancaster, Pa. Sale For,
Clair A. Duke. Horst Aucts.
MON. MAY 2 - 6PM
Machinery auction. Held at
1000 Telephone Rd. at cor
ner of Rush Henrietta
Townline Rd., 2 miles W of
Rt. 15, 8 miles S. of
Farms, Inc., owner. Harris
Wilcox, Inc., auct.
TUES. MAY 3 -10 AM,
Swatara Dairy Farms-
Tractors, JD Self Propelled
Harvester, Farm Machin
ery. Located 7695 Lancas
ter Ave./Route 501 Myer
stown, Tulpehocken Twp.,
Berks Co., Pa. From 1-78
Bethel Exit #3 South On
Route 501 4 Miles Or From
'Route 422 In Myerstown-
North On Route 501 4
Miles To Auction Site On
Right. Auction For Ray W.
Bohn ft Frederick J. Bohn.
Harry Bachman, Auct.
Of Furniture & American Antiques
And Outstanding Glassware & China
SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1994 •
Selling collections of antiques from the Estate of
the late Nora G. Winders and other antiques of her
husband, Norwood K. Winders of Hagerstown,
Maryland. The Winders were both dealers and col
lectors of antiques for more than 3S years and
traveled extensively pursuing their love of antiques
and enjoying the company of those they learned to
know in the business over the years.
Nora G. Winder*
Due to the extremely large volume of antiques collected by the Winders
over the years, this is the first of two auctions to be held, with the second
auction to be held in October.
Auction will be held at the Cochran Auction Com
plex. (Located off Interstate 70 at Exit 35 - south
on Maryland 66 - 4 mi.)
ABSOLUTELY NO BUYERS PREMIUM!
FURNITURE & AMERICAN ANTIQUES
A John Feisler Frederick Town tall case eight-day dock with original wotks; various
Victorian mantle docks; several outstanding Victorian marbletop tables and stands
induding turtle top and one with dolphin legs; an inlaid Hepplewhite server with beveled
mirror, an outstanding French armoite with bevded mirror; American rocking chair
attributed from Francis Scott Key Estate Sheraton Hitchcock variation c. 1820; minia
ture antique phonograph; early coverlet signed
Catharine Newcomer Beaver Creek and dated 1845; a beautiful art glass table lamp
with half-shade dome; tum-of-the-century glass table lamp with mushroom shade and
prisms; several Gone with the Wind lamps including red satin; twelve-inch Gone with
the Wind lamps including End of Day, Red Satin and others; a half-shade slag glass table
lamp; novelty lamp; ornate banquet lamp; unusual Admiral Dewey with the Battleship
Maine kerosene lamp and other early oil lamps; over 100 miniature antique oil lamps
including red satins and eagle; a large dovetailed copper apple butter kettle; stoneware
including some with cobalt decorations; mocha including die earthworm pattern; red
ware; butter prints; yellowware mixing bowls; an extremely large collection of antique
buttons including Carnival and Jet; many nice prints including the Currier & Ives
“Death of Col. Ellsworth”; several nice oils; pair of portraits on ivory; Victorian and
other antique frames; an outstanding COLLECTION OF GUNS including a Harpers
Ferry musket, Daniel Marker Kentucky rifle, child’s Kentucky rifle, Burnside Carbine,
Fox Sterlingworth double barrel; Winchester Model 73 rifle, octagon barrel Stevens
rifle; Early Allens pat. pepperbox, matching No.
IDES. MAY 3-10 AM Anti
ques, collectibles, furniture,
collection of Janies Bean,
Ezra Brooks, Winno Rossi,
Dant Distillery Decanter
bottles, glass prism chan
delier, old toys, old 16 MM
movies, roll top desk, gdv.
SAT., MAY 14, 1994
Located seven miles southeast of Strasburg,
West from Route 896 at Nine Points to Bartville.
Eight miles Southeast of Quarryville, take Route
472 South to Bartville Road, Go Beat to Bertvllle.
One-Half mile eouth of Bartville Along Farmdale
Road, Coleraln Twp., Lane. Co., Penna.
REAL ESTATE 4.2 ACRES OF
LAND, more or leas TWO
DWELLINGS AND OTHER BUILDINGS
ANTIQUES and COLLECTABLES
&ICKY AND KATHY HILL
Ken Covalans Atty.
Diffenbacha, Auctioneers 225 L
717-393-4464 Lunch Available
Col. Sam Colt pistol; C.D. Kenny Co. plates and other adver
tising pieces; set of Presidential postcards by Raphel Tuck &
Sons; old ethnic prints and other paper memorabilia; old val
entines; books including history of Washington County, Civil
War, Currier & Ives and other subjects; old dolls; toys; child's
spoon; small collection of miniature antique tools and many
other antiques and collectibles not mentioned.
OUTSTANDING GLASSWARE & CHINA
A large outstanding collection of Staffordshire and Flow Blue
including an early Staffordshire tea pot and miniature Flow
Blue lea service; a nice Flow Blue wash bowl and pitcher set;
large cut glass vase signed Libbey; cut glass punch bowl with
pedestal stand; fourteen-inch coin glass punch bowl; a very
large collection of Victorian colored glass; wine sets and
decanters; water sets; gold and pink lustre pieces; footed Car
nival bowl and other pieces; art glass; glass baskets; cranberry
glass; wave crest glass; crackle glass; glass slippers; early
milk glass; many nice hand-painted pieces including condi
ment sets; paper weights; occupied Japan pieces; salt and pep
peri; glass chickens; German child's ABC plate; Hobnail
bowls; pair of Pen Mar egg cups; R.S. Prussia hat pin holder
and antique hat pins; a two-piece English Royal Vienna plant
er with pedestal; a large collection of French and other bisque
including many nice figurines; collection of porcelain nod
ders; Hummel baby; Weller bird and other hand-painted birds;
chocolate pot; JPL French pitcher, Haviland and other fine
china; calendar and early advertising plates; a large presenta
tion goblet presented to President Eisenhower and many other
outstanding pieces of antique glassware not mentioned.
Not Responsible For
# Cochran #
AUCTIONEERS « ASSOCIATES LTD.
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items, wood chest type
refrigerator, cut out dais,
etc. Schultz Auction Ser
vice Ret. 209, Zerbe, New
town, Exit 321-81 (Ravine)
S. Exit 34 1-81 (Hegins)
AT PUBLIC AUCTION
SAT., MAY 21, 1994
Located along Shade Mountain, off
Rt. 35, approx. 11 ml. South of Mifflln
town, BUT WILL BE OFFERED FOR
SALE AT JUNIATA MARKETS, Jet. Of
Rts. 75 & old 22 at the blinking lights, 1
ml. north of Port Royal, Juniata Co.
This property consists of approx. 47 acres of
woodland, located in a prime deer and turkey
hunting area and within minutes of State
Game Land. This is a recorded right of way
from Route 35 and offers seclusion as well as
southern exposure. Property was recently
surveyed and well marked. IF YOU ARE
LOOKING FOR SECLUSION IN GOOD
HUNTING TERRITORY. BE SURE TO
CHECK THIS PROPERTY OUT ON THE
FOLLOWING SHOW DATES: April 30 and
May 7 from 1:00 to 4:00 P.M. or Ph.
717-734-3561 for an appointment
TERMS: 10% down at time of sale,
balance in 30 days. Other terms at sale.
The Estate of
Gladys L. Harlan
Teddy Joe Zimmerman, Co-Exc’s
Michael Johnston, Attorney
Long’s Auction Service
Ph. 717-527-2405 or 4458
TUBS. EVE. MAY 10
North Cohesion. Nsw York
Sale to be held at the farm on State Route 21
across from the sawmill.
Selling will be a well maintained and shed kept line of
equipment almost all of which was purchased new but is
no longer needed in their present modem fanning
FIVE ORIGINAL OWNER OLIVER TRAC
TORS; Rare Oliver 99 (Ser. #511657 8C66) original with
elec, start, lights, high speed road gear, excellent collector
tractor for parade or show!; Oliver 1650 diesel, Hydra
Power Drive, 18.4-34 tires, twodptlets, and also available
18.4-34 damp on duals; Oliver 770 gat, wide front, two
remotes, power steering; Oliver 77 Row Crop narrow
front; Oliver 66 wide front with front mounted buzz saw;
DOZER-PORTABLE MILL-POWER UNITS:
Early CAT D-2 crawler (Ser. #31812) in excellent condi
tion with new rebuild on pony motor, and with p.t.o, and
belt pulley p.Lo. homing; Detroit 471 dieiel power unit
with clutch; ID 2 cylinder gas power unit with clutch;
Dimer ball and roller portable sawmill mounted oh new
4xB box steel frame and axle, all rewooded with Red Oak,
complete with Mellon #4 turner, operated with hyd.
pump, 14 ft. carriage saws up to 22 ft long logs, with
sawdust chain, etc. basically like brand new and tuns like
a sewing machine!; Five (S) 10 ft steel board rollers.
1975 Chevy C6S s/a truck with 18 ft. grain rack body and
Edbro hoist, 366 VB, 5/2 trans., 9:00-20 rubber; IH 203
gas combine with 10 ft. grain table; Pequea hay tedder,
brand new!; Brillion 20 ft transport drag like new; Oliver
4 section lever set drag; AC 2000 series monoframe 3
bottom plow with tide hill hitch; 200 gal. fiberglass tank
on 3 pt. carrier, 100 gal. fiberglass tank; Innet 4 and 2 row
bean windrowert; Two (2) IH hay conditioners with
rubber rolls; Four (4) bale bunchert; MF bolt on draw bar
sickle bar 7 ft. mower, Four (4) flat rack wagons with hyd.
hoists; three (3) flat rack wagons; Two wheel farm trailer,
Massey Harris grain drill; JD 224WS (wire tie) baler (bad
gear housing); Two sets of like new double ring tractor
chains; set of 12:4-28 tires on MF rims; butter bar for 5
bottom plow; NH 1469 self propelled windrower, IH 3650
round baler; IH disk; NI 310 1 row com picker, gravity
COLLECTIBLES AND SMALL ITEMS: McCor
mick IV4 h.p. hit and min gas engine in working order.
Old one row potato digger powered by a small hit and
miss engine; Two brand new 75 and 100 ft flat drive
belts; App. 48 in. wood lathe; B&D radial arm saw;
Craftsman table saw; Monarch combination wood or
electric kitchen stove; Complete solid cherry kitchen
cabinet set with stainless steel counter, Oliver hyd. cylin
der with elect depth stop; Bam fan; Wooden ext ladders;
Milk cans; Portable scaffold; Shallow well pump; Oak
station masters slant top work desk with 3 drawers; Misc.
other small items as we keep digging!
Again, an interesting auction of original owner farm
tools! Lunch available. Portajohns on site!
Terms: CASH or Honorable Check day of auction.
Acceptable ID required!
Stewart Ftelachman and Family
For Info, phono early evonlnga
Auction Conducted By:
James P. Plrrung
PIRRUNG AUCTIONEERS, INC.
Wayland, New York