Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, May 20, 1995, Image 148

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    D4-Lancaster Farming, Saturday, May 20, 1995
Sale Reports
A Public Sale of farm
machinery was held
May 11 by Wess Wol
cott, 2189 Second
Street Pike (Rt. 232)
Penns Park, Wright
stown Twp., Bucks Co.,
Some prices were:
Oliver 1650 tractor
$3750, Farmall H trac
tor $llOO, Oliver #6O
tractor $950, Kuhn
Gr 525 tedder rake
$l4OO, Hesston model
PT-10 haybine $850,16
ft. hay wagons $550
and two at $5OO each
and J.D. 9 ft. transport
disc $375.
Robert H. Clinton
was the auctioneer.
A Public Auction of
farm equipment was
held May 13 by Ken
neth E. and M. Joan
Harvey, 23606 Bums
Valley Rd., Doylcs
burg. Pa.
Some prices were:
Int. 686 D tractor
$12,000, Farmall H
tractors $7OO & $750,
Farmall Super C tractor
$1175, Int. 430 baler
$lOOO, J.D. JBA disc
$650 and small butcher
kettles $l2O each.
Bryan D. Imes was
the auctioneers.
A Public Auction of
farm machinery was
held May 13 by Francis
and Margaret Kolbe,
3ox-20, Morganza,
Maryland. There were
150 registered bidders
attending the sale.
Some items sold
were: Zetor 7745 4x4
tractor w/cab $7300,
Case 500 tractor $2025,
Case 400 tractor $l3OO,
Farmall H tractor $530,
Farmall 240 tractor w/
loader $BOO, A.C. Dl4
tractor $650, Insley
Crane backhoe on
tracks $lOOO, Huber
road grader $560 and
A.C. HD2O bulldozer
Nevin E. Tasto was
the auctioneer.
Martins 24th Annual
Spring Auction of car
riages, sleighs and anti
ques was held May 13
and May 14 at the Leba
non Area Fairgrounds,
2 miles south of Leba
non, Pa. There were
more than 3000 people
attending the two-day
sale. There were 950
registered. Some bid
ders came from Bel
gium, England, Canada
and Nassau and more
than 30 states.
Prices included: 1880
Victorian carriage
$32,000, reproduction
stage coach $lB,OOO,
surreys up to $6OOO,
1820 carriage $4500,
Belgian horse-hitch
wagon $BOOO, sales
man’ sample of a whip
and holder $1250, pair
of carriage lamps
$2600, English driving
harness $2600, pair of
driving horses $5700,
lap robes up to $2OO,
horse-drawn hearses
$5500 & $5200, horse
drawn coach $15,000
and sleighs up to $3500.
Marlin Auctioneers
conducted the sale.
A Public Sale of real
estate and personal
property was held May
13 for Mildred J. Herr,
123 Witmer Road, E.
Lampeter Twp., Lane.
Co., Pa. There were 198
The brick dwelling
and a frame and metal
shed on VA acres was
sold for $166,000 to
Benjamin Beiler of
Lancaster, Pa.
Other prices were:
oak corner cupboard
$1750, glass-front
bookcase $2lO, china
closet $375, small
mahogany server $l7O,
empire bureau $320,
chicken coops $35
each, baby dress $4O,
28 ft. aluminum exten
sion ladder $2OO and
framed foxhunt print
Other items sold
were: Hart cheese mold
$3OO, 2 cheese molds
$l7O each, post card
albums $lO5 & $135,
agate bucket $B5,
Hubley cat $155, old
iron dirgible toy $lBO,
old iron church bank
$l3O, Hubley poultry
truck in original box
$lBO, wind-up truck
$55, metal grocery store
$BO, Hubley tractor w/
loader $9O and Lionel
train set w/5 cars $370.
The auc ioneers were
Robert E. Martin, Jef
frey R. Martin ana Ran
dy Ranck.
A Public Auction of
real estate and personal
property was held May
13 by Evelyn L. Phil
lips, between Elizabeth
ville and Lykens, Pa.
The 44 acres with a
house, bam, pole shed
and new garage was
sold for $150,500.
Other prices were:
Ford 871 Selecto-O-
Speed D tractor $4,400,
Ford 671 Selecto-O-
Speed tractor $3,700,
Ford 850 tractor $3,350,
J.D. 240 lawn tractor
$2,300, N.H. 68 baler
$440, 1971 Chev. pick
up truck $1,550, 1971
Ford Escort station wa
gon $5,500, jelly cup
board $525, oak butter
print sideboard $750
and wicker baby car
riage $2OO.
Mike and George
Deibert were the auc
A Public Auction of
antiques was held May
12 and 13 for the estate
of Catherine D. Landis,
Steelstown, Lebanon
Co., Pa.
Some prices were:
Merrick spool cabinet
$375, Grimms quart
milk bottle $lBO, Lan
caster County coverlet
$3OO, Clarks spool ca
binet $350, old German
Christinas ornament
$55. Grimms baby face
milk bottle $350, Sun
flower quilt $200,1921
cloth Pa. hunting li
cense $330, 6 pc. Hay
wood Wakefield wicker
furniture set $1,430,
oak bookcase & desk
combination $7OO,
3-piece oak bedroom
suite $795 and wrought
iron tree plant stand
Dwight D. Miller
was the auctioneer.
A Public Auction of
real estate and house
hold goods was held
May 13 by Edgar A.
and Ella A. Stambaugh,
along Talbott Road,
Strausstown, Berks Co.,
The frame house and
2-car garage on a lot
was sold for $61,000.
Other prices includ
ed: 1913 model T Ford
$12,000, 1940 Buick
series 90 $2,000, pair
1913 license plates $7O,
pair 1910 license plates
$9O. pair 1911 license
plates $BO, little Wicker
baby coach SIOS, buck
et bench $9O, balloon
back rocker $l7O, tilt
top table $l7O, round
oak table $2OO, 2-piece
comer cupboard $450,
dough box $95, 1843
Schmidt butcher fork &
spoon $4BO, small kero
sene wall bracket light
$l2O, railroad lantern
$6O, Edison cyclinder
player (table top model)
$430 and table top Vic
trola with hom $2lO.
Dennis F. Wagner
and Tracy L. Wagner
were the auctioneers.
A Public Auction of
tractors and farm ma
chinery was held May
12 by Allen J. Byler,
between Reedsville and
Belleville, Pa. on Car
ver Road.
Some prices includ
ed; Ford tractor w/load
er $2,025, old Oliver 60
w/cracked block $225,
Oliver 77 tractor $BOO,
Oliver 1355 tractor
$4,000, old band saw
$3lO, J.D. #65 blower
$575, Owatonna #217
hay conditioner $650,
Hesston conditioner
$7OO, Pequea tedder
$975, N.H. 270 baler
$750, bale wagons $475
to $585, gravity bin wa
gon $460 and N.H. ele
vator $375.
Mark Click was the
A Public Sale of farm
machinery was held
May 13 by John V.
Reisinger, Pisgah Rd.,
Landisburg, Pa.
Some items sold
were; I.H. com binder
$360, N.I. com picker
$1,650, J.D. 430 crawl
er $2,300, Farmall H
tractor $BOO, Oliver 77
tractor $750, Oliver 99
tractor $2,300, Oliver
1550 D tractor $3,425,
Oliver 550 tractor w/
loader $4,700 and Inter
national threshing ma
chine $675.
Kevin M. Wickard
was the auctioneer.
A Public Sale of real
estate was held May 9
by Richard H. Strawser,
Mt. Pleasant Mills, Per
ry Tv.p., Snyder Co.,
The VA acres with a
small bam was sold for
Roger A. Lauver was
the auctioneer.
A Public Auction of
antiques and collecti
bles was held May 10
by Dorothy and the late
Floyd Ream, 408 Har
vard St., Lewistown,
A two bedroom
house on a lot was sold
for $48,000.
Other prices were:
Hess fire truck $250,
Hess tanker $65, Twin
Cedars creamer $35,
1940 Plymouth car
$2500, Atlantic oil jar
$35, mantel clock $l2O,
and oak table $65.
Hassinger and Court
ney were the auction
A Public Auction of
tools and garden trac
tors was held May 13
by Mary Hoffman, Hil
debrand Road, New
Freedom. Pa.
Some prices received
were: J.D. 400 lawn &
Pump, Don’t Haul Your Manure
Avoid Compaction, Pump in 1 Day What Takes Days To Haul
With Your Tractor. Same System Can Be Used To Irrigate
Water In Summer Time.
3 Pumps To Choose From: These Pumps Can
Be Used For Water or Slurry
Extra Heavy Duty
With Chopper
Travelers of all sizes and kinds available in stock ABI, Agrain, and Evergreen travelers.
Introducing the new Evergreen traveler, made in the North West USA. If
you need a traveler with more hose length and features that no other
traveler has, take a look at an Evergreen traveler. Here’s example of
Standard on Evergreen Travelers, hydraulic stabilizer legs, Hydraulic
gun cart lift, speed compensation, and an extra heavy duty frame.
Model 450-2
Model 500-3
Model 550-3
Irrigation Design and
Engineering Pipe, Underground
Mains, All Kinds Of Parts,
Risers, Guns, Sprinklers.
RD #3 Mifflinburg, Pa. 17844
1 (800) 458-5699
garden tractor $2700,
J.D. 3SA tiller $450,
A.C. 416 lawn & gar
den tractor $B2O, Troy-
Bilt Jr. tiller $570, lawn
Vac $225, compost
shredder $lB5, garden
planter $67.50, planer
$370, 6” joiner $2lO,
wood lathe $220, band
saw $l3O, drill press
$l9O, welder $2OO, belt
sander $lBO, air com
pressor $llO and new
queen-sized quilt $BOO.
Marlette E. Thomas
and Kenneth K. Keeny
were the auctioneers.
A Public Auction of
farm equipment was
held May 13 by Charles
D. Wertman, Route 1,
Andreas, Schuylkill
Co., Pa.
Some prices inclu
ded: 8 h.p. Troy Bilt
chipper $7OO, 6 h.p.
Troy Bilt rototiller
$6OO, Farmall H tractor
$630, Farmall C tractor
$9OO, dump trailer
$2OO, potato digger
$llO, seed cleaner
$125, N.I. 12A manure
spreader $345, hay
mower conditioner $95,
wood splitter $270,
sprayer $125, hay rake
$5O and drill $35.
Robert A. Arner and
Dcam R. Amer were
the auctioneers.
Heavy Duty Medium Duty
With Chopper No Chopper
Hose Length Hose Id.
rvvrr cat i? The fnime and block
GREGG SALE house and 1 car
A Public Sale of real £ was so ld to
esutt was held May 11 E- Richardso n of
for Arlene A. Gregg, 2 Narvon> Pa . for
miles west of Honey *53000
on ?ur- R ’ obert E . Marling,
chtown Road m Salts- ff R Martin and
bury Twp., Lane. Coun- L Ranck were
the auctioneers.
‘Eco weekend’
June 16-18
UNIONTOWN (Fayette Co.) —USFS Forestry
Sciences Laboratory and Penn State Cooperative
Extension will sponsor an “Ecoweekend” to be held
June 16-18 at Olmsted Manor in Ludlow.
The weekend will start on the evening of June 16
and continue until the morning of June 18.
Topics of presentation, field trips, and discussion
sessions will include The History and Origin of
Allegheny Hardwoods; Deer and Diversity; Old
Growth and Disturbance; Management Options;
Cookout; Songbird tour (optional).
The group will include environmentalists, fores
ters, private woodland owners, forest industry per
sonnel, public natural resource professionals, scien
tists, educators, and more. The group will be out in
the woods of Fool’s Creek, Tionesta Natural Scenic
Area, and Kane Experimental Forest, so come pre
pared for rain or shine. Participation will be limited
to allow free discussion of the issues.
For more information and registration, contact
Tim Pierson, multicounty extension forester, at
(814) 887-5613.
Price Delivered to Farm