Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, December 17, 1994, Image 67

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    Sale Reports
A Public Auction of
antiques and milk bot
tles was held December
10 by Glenn and Doris
Fite, west of Quarry ville
aff Oak Bottom Road,
Lane. Co., Pa. There
were 142 registered bid
ders attending the sale.
Some milk bottle
prices were: quart Brook
Mead, Strasburg $205,
quart Wenger’s $75,
quart Brook Mead $75,
quart Huber, Marticville
$lO5 and 1/2 pint E. W.
Huber, Marticville w/
phone number $75.
Other items sold
were: Penn Supreme cot
tage cheese tin $6O, 2
muffin pans $42.50, iron
dog bank $lO5, agate
coffee pot $BO, small
crock $llO, pencil boxes
$lO5 & $l3O, rolling
pins $ll each, miniature
food grinder $47.50,
pocket knife $26, 2 qt.
agate flask $270, small
three-prong fork $lO5,
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tiny cross-cut saw $4O,
satin glass lamp $175,
iron three-horse drawn
fire wagon $lB5, pony
penny bank $47.50,
Philip Morris cigarette
tin $4O, Centennial cov
erlet $230, lap robe $BO,
Swan’s head baby rocker
$lO5, piece of Roseville
$lOO, small blue agate
coffee pot $l6O, small
iron dog $52.50, Echo
harmonica $36 and iron
bull dog $7O.
Ira & Dale Stoltzfus
were the auctioneers.
A Public Auction of
real estate and personal
property was held Dec
ember 10 by the estate of
Dorothy S. Riesterer,
271 Clearfield Road,
New Providence, Pa.
The 1.078 acre lot
with a 2; story stone
Colonial house and
detached 2 car garage
with work shop was sold
for $ 100,000 to Paul and
Rachael Peiffer, Pequea.
Lancaster Co., Pa.
Some prices received
were: 1988 Ford Escort
with 40,800 miles
$3OOO, miniature old
spice cabinet $62, cop
per wash boiler $BO,
butter scale $6O, brass
fire extinguisher $4O,
berry set $32, agate fish
poacher $4O, hanging
light w/prisms $2lO, .22
cal. semi-auto, gun $lOO,
Hess fire truck $4OO,
Echo weed eater
$69.50, old metal dump
truck $45, old toy steam
engine $5O, Fairbanks
platform scales $47,
glass coffee grinder (on
wall type) $55, 14,000
BTU air conditioner
$2BO, maple hutch $l6O
and J.D. 116 riding
mower $lO5O.
Lloyd Kreider, Ran
dal Kline and Roy
Good, Jr. were the auc
A Toy Auction was
held December.lo at the
Ridge Fire Company
blue rdotn, along Route
23, between Phoenix
ville, Pa. and Route 100.
Some prices were:
#2 Doepke model
Euclid Earth Mover
$270, #3 Doepke model
Unit bulldozer $460, #4
Doepke model Unit
Clamshell crane $330,
#5 Doepke model bar
ber greene bucket load
er $3lO, #29 New S-M
St. Louis Fire truck
$4OO, #3O Cottonwood
International grain body
$l7O, #3l Cottonwood
International Standard
Oil $230, #25 Smilty
410 Aerial Ladder
truck, Good Orig. $3BO,
#26 S-m “L” Mack
material truck (flatbed)
$350 and #27 S-M
M.I.C. Lift-O-Matic,
Orig. $5OO.
Ted Maurer was the
auctioneer and manager
A Public Auction of
personal property was
held December 10 for
Rhoda M. Herr, 1969
Drexel Ave., East Lam
peter Twp., Lane. Co.,
Pa. There were 201 regis
tered bidders at the sale.
Some prices receiv
ed were: 1977 Buick
LeSabre $l7OO, jelly
cupboard $823, oak
extension table $5OO,
grain dove-tail blanket
chest $375, pressed
back oak chairs $220, 7
piece Depression era
bedroom suite $475, 6
piece cherry dining
room suite $725, small
Duncan Phyfe table
$l2O, 6 oak chairs
$270, old trolley bell
$230, baby quilt $2lO,
postcard album $lO5,
Rocky Springs Park
banner $67.50, 1938
public sale bill $5O and
German plate $ll5.
The sale was con
ducted by Robert E.
Martin, Jeffrey R. Mar
tin and Randall L.
A Public Sale of real
estate was held Decem
ber 8 for the estate
of William 0. Bennett,
1220 Country Club
Drive, Manheim Twp.,
Lane. Co., Pa.
The stone-brick ranch
er with a 2 car garage
and outdoor patio was
purchased for $ 138,000.
Horst Auctioneers
conducted the sale.
A Public Auction of
farm machinery was
held December 9 by
Karl W. Herr, east of
Kirkwood off Rosedale
Road, Lane. Co., Pa.
Some prices received
were: 500 gal. fuel tank
$225, milk cans $9 each,
N.I. 2-row corn picker
$3250, bin wagon $375,
3 bin wagons $275 each,
N.H. 315 baler $B5O,
J.D. grain drill $675,
N.H. #489 haybine $350,
J.D. #6B auger wagdh
$lOOO, Vemeer 605 D
round baler $950, Gehl
mixer $6lOO, Gehl 2-
row harvester $BOO,
Gehl grass head $750,
Gehl silage wagons $5OO
& $6OO, Gehl #7200
chopper $1025, Case
2090 tractor $B3OO, Case
930 tractor $5lOO and
Farmall A tractor with
vacuum lift $llOO.
Lloyd Kreider, Ran
dal Kline and Roy
Good, Jr. were the auc
A Public Auction of
farm machinery was
held December 10 by
Michael and Patty
Knott, 4932 Stoney
Lane, Manchester,
Maryland. There were
were 189 registered bid
ders at the sale.
Some prices includ
ed: 1990 Zetor #5245
tractor $6600, Kubota
#2250 tractor w/400
loader $9250, Kubota
F2lOO mower tractor
$6500,1990 GMC truck
$B2OO, Dan Hauser 3 pt.
post hole digger $450,
Grove wagon $625,
Chicago Pneumatic D
air compressor $2300,
18 ft. trailer $1075, 20
ft. trailer $1550, 3 pt.
Ferguson rake $3OO,
N.H. #469 haybine
$375, 3 pt. disc harrow
$270,6 ft. rotary mower
$270 and 6 ft. grader
box $2lO.
Nevin E. Tasto was
the auctioneer.
A Public Auction of
real estate was held
December 8 by Kenneth
Z. and Pauline G. Stauf
fer, 355 Linden Grove
Road, Voganville, Lane.
Co., Pa.
The 2 1/2 story
house, horse barn and
split rail fenced pasture
on 8/10 acre lot was
sold for $126,000.
Kandal V. Kline,
Lloyd Kreider and Roy
Good, Jr. were the auc
A Large Public Auc
tion of antiques was
held December 2 at the
Springettsbury Fire Co.
Social Hall, 3013 E.
Market St., York, Pa.
The auction was for the
estate of Beulah P.
Reindollar of York and
the Jasper estate and
others. A large crowd
was in attendance with
bidders and buyers from
a wide area.
Some prices includ-
ed; fancy oak china cab
inet with Griffin top
$3OOO, oval marble top
table $575, large table
$425, Victorian sofa
$650, fancy carved
stand $5OO, 4 Chippen
dale dining room chairs
sBoo,' mahogany dining
room table $1475, pair
of ladies & gents Victo
rian chairs $520, art
deco dresser & 2 night
stands $425, oak table
$135, cane back chairs
$llO & $l3O, child’s
oak rocker $250, small,
needle point stool $lOO,
credenza $165, needle
point walnut chair $ 150,
living room chairs $75
to $l5O each, mirrors
$9O & $lO5 and small
liquor cabinet $lOO.
Also sold were: Mar
low wall table $350,
Marlow drop leaf table
$2OO, Marlow bench
$125, green leather
chair $3OO, rod flow
ered living room chair
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, Daeambar 17, 1994427
$170,11'5" X 18' Karas
tan rug $625, s'9’’ x 14'
Karastan rug $450,
couch $165, fancy can
dle scones $lB5, 6 ster
ling wines $l2O, cherub
lamp $lBO, plated tea
service $llO, Fiesta
bowls $65, candlebra
$l4O, perfume bottle
$l3O, diamond ruby
ring $550, diamond
solitaire ring $6OO,
amethyst ring $165,
diamond buttercup ear
rings $l2O, bedspreads
$5O to $llO and table
cloths $2O to $3O.
Brian L. and Jacob
A. Giblert conducted
the sale.
A Public Auction of
800 lots of newspapers,
paper Americana, ad
vertising and old
movies from the late
Norman B. Bouder col
9:00 AM • REAL ESTATE 11:00 AM
Located Along: Route 30, R.D. #2, Perkeeburg, PA,
Weet Sadebury Twp., Checter County.
An Excellent Location with a 1 Story Office Building
with Siding, (3) Large Rooms, (1) Full Bath • Powder
Room • Electric Heat • Well Water • Septic system •
New Roof • Situated on a commercial 2.4 Acre tract of
land. The office and land has been used for truck
terminal/transfer yard for many years, security lights
surround area, as well as motion sensor and dusk-to
dawn lights at the office building. The office Is
separated for privacy (one area for drivers with a
locked area to office). One bathroom for each area
(shower in driver's room). With wall-to-wall carpet in
office areas. This real estate being located along
Route 30 with approx. Vh miles to Route 10.
Parkesburg, PA, also approx 3 miles to Route 41, Gap,
PA. Offers an excellent location with many potential
uses. Be sure to inspect this property and be prepared
to bid and buy at auction.
For raal estate Inapactlon call 717-442-8232.
For privata ahowlnga at your convanlanca or call
Auction Co.
TERMS: 10% down day of auction, balance In full
within 45 daya.
Hyster Challenger forklift, 225 Perkins Diesel, 2 Stage
Mast, 20,000 lbs, Tube Type Tires; Hyster Forklift, V-6
GMC Gas Engine, 1 Stage Most, 12,000 Lbs., Tube
Type Tires; Silent Hoist Forklift, V-8 318 Chrysler
Engine, 2 Stage Mast, 20,000 lbs, Tube Type Tires;
1972 Schnure 40’ Flatbed Trailer, Budd Wheels; 1968
Schnure 40' Flatbed Trailer, Dayton Wheels; 1964
Brown 40' Flatbed Trailer, Dayton Wheels; RT 1110
Transmission; Steel Trailer Racks; Assorted Tires and
Wheels; Aluminum fuel Tanks; 350 SC Block; 350 SC
Cummins Jake Brake; 300 Gallon fuel Tank; Set 411
Eaton Rears; Set 411 Rockwell Rears; McCullough
Chain Saw; Gas Weed Eater; Servi-Star riding Mower,
18 HP, 46" Cut; Intertel 1 GLX Telephones and
Complete System; Emerson 13" Color TV; Tappan
Microwave; Sharp Z 57 Photo Copier; Richo Fax
Machine; Panasonic Quiet KX-P2123 24 Pin Printer;
“U” Shape Work Station; Wooden End Table; Table
Lamps; Sofa; Chairs; Picnic Table w/Benches; Metal
Kitchen Table; Rocker/Recliner; Typewriter Stand On
Wheels; 2 Door Metal Cabinets; On Wheels 25”x25";
Metal Cabinet w/3 Filing Drawers and 3 Shelves; Metal
Cabinet On Wheels 18*x27"; Wall Brochure Racks
10"x65"; 2 Door Metal cabinet 36"x72"; Calculators;
Metal Secretary Desk; IBM Selectric II Electric
Typewriter; Excellence Apartment Size Refrigerator;
Executive Office Swivel Chairs; Secretary Chairs;
Metal Cabinet 44”x24"; Ehrlich “Bug Killer"; Other
Items Not Mentioned; “Be Prompt This Will Not Be A
Large Auction".
Terms: Cash or Approved Check with Bank Letter of
Auction Conducted By The
J. Omar LandleAuct. Serv.
Jay M. Witman AU001127-L
Box 501,1605 Apple St.,
Ephrata, PA 17522
lection were sold De
cember 10 at the Horst
Auction Center west of
Ephrata, Pa. There were
200 registered.
Some items sold
were: 1875 Lancaster
County Atlas $255,
postcard of Brickerville
$190,. postcard of a
stuffed leather doll $6O,
assortment of postcard
albums $BO to $125
each, one lot of Metra
nome magazines $l3O,
one lot of Scientific
American magazines
$lO5, packs of business
letterheads $lO to $6O
per pack, assortment of
advertising posters $lO
to $l3O each, 60 issues
of Frank Leslie’s Illus
trated Newspapers $ 110
and one pack of adver
tising cards $7O.
T. Glenn, Timothy
G. and Thomas A. Horst
were the auctioneers.
Bruce N. Boyer
Sharon A. Boyer