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    824-Lancaster Fanning, Saturday, April 25, 1998
Sale Reports
A public sale of per
sonal property was
held April 18 near the
village of Needmore,
Pa., 2 1/2 miles off
Thompson Road.
Some prices were:
JD advertising sign
$1500; Syracuse #2O
plow $750; large tin
signs $400; one-hole
com sheller $600; ban
ners $2OO and 2 nail
kegs $25.
Lyle Reed was the
A public sale of
tools and equipment
was held April 18 by
Mrs. Olive Plasterer
and the late Ira
Plasterer, 100 Woods
way, Fayetteville, Pa.
Some prices includ
ed; 1989 Chev. pickup
$9900; 1990 Chev.
Caprice car $1200;
Harley Davidson golf
cart $975; DeWalt
hammer drill $120;
radial arm saw $190;
Rockwell table saw
$200; DeWalt miter
saw & stand $3OO and
Cub Cadet #1650
Terry L. Shelter
and Kelly A. Shetter
were the auctioneers.
A public auction of
machinery was held
April 18 by Mrs. Alex
Kolodinsky, 8 miles
north of Nicholson,
Pa. off Rt. 92. There
were 306 registered
bidders at the sale.
Some prices were:
JD 2755 tractor 75 hp
4-wheel drive D
w/canopy $25,900; JD
335 round baler
$8800; JD 328 square
baler w/thrower
$7600; Int. 574 gas
tractor w/front end
loader $7000; Hobart
Champion 18 G
Welder w/Onan engine
$2700; 14hp Economy
tractor $1800; 2 bale
thrower wagons $l7OO
& $1800; cattle chute
$1625; NH rola bar
rake $1300; feeder
wagon $1100; Hesston
PT 10 haybine $950
and D 6 Caterpillar
dozer w/blade $7OOO.
Gerald R. Pennay
and Son were the auc
A public sale of
farm equipment and
tractors was held
April 16 by Mr. and
Mrs. J. Paul and
Barbara Espy, near
Spruce Creek, Pa. in
Huntingdon Co.
Some prices includ
ed: Terex 8230 bull
dozer $9200; JD 7000
6-row corn planter
$8900; portable silo
dump station $5250;
Fox self-prop. 6350
forage harvester with
3 heads $17,500; 1984
Ford Mustang car
$3250; Int. 490 trans
port disc $2075; Int.
4186 4x4 tractor
$15,100; AC 190 D
tractor $5600; JD
4010 D tractor $6600;
1978 Peterbilt truck
tractor $9600 and Int.
1086 D tractor
Ron J. and Ron S.
Gilligan were the auc
A public auction of
personal property was
held April 17 & 18 by
Michael J. McGee Sr.
at the comer of Old
Buck Rd. and Rt. 30 in
Bryn Mawr, Delaware
Co., Pa.
Some prices
received were: Case
Super E backhoe
$20,000; Dodge 3500
series w/EDY dump
$26,000; Michigan
rubber tire 753 A
loader $7500; NH LX
885 Turbo skid loader
$21,000; 2 bronze
Newfoundlander dog
heads $600; oak
library table $450;
small copper eagle
weather vane $135;
oak washstand $135;
cherry chest of draw
ers $2OO and Noritake
platter $75.
George H. Wilson
was the auctioneer.
Wood's 24th
Annual congisgnment
sale was held April 18,
2 miles from Tioga,
Pa. on the Gordon
wood Farm.
Some prices were:
trailer $725; post hole
digger $475; transport
harrow $775; haybine
$975; storage shed
$700; baler $4400; hay
wagon $1700; grain
drill $1500; chisel
plow $2300; forage
wagons $4OOO &
$3950; 3-wheeler "Big
Red" $1000; Ford trac
tor $3950; Bolaris
tractor w/loader
$9500; bale spear $65
and Chase tractor (no
4th gear) $3600.
Woods Auction
Service conducted the
A spring machinery
consignment sale was
held April 18 at the
Howard Co. fair
grounds, Route 144
West Friendship,
Maryland. Sale to
benefit Howard Co.
Antique Machinery
Some prices
received were: Ford
1986 F 250 4-wheel
drive truck $4100;
1957 CMC pickup
$1300; JD manure
spreader $275;
Hesston 60-66 tractor
$2900; AC tractor
$800; Case-Int. 480 E
tractor w/backhoe
$8500; Bobcat skid
steer loader $6900;
Ford 9N tractor
w/mower $2500; Int.
Cub Cadet lowboy &
mower $2150; Farmall
tractor 200 $1250; JD
850 tractor $3575;
Economy Power King
tractor $922; Oliver 55
tractor $l5OO and
antique road grader
(horse pulled) $5OO.
Ridgely's Auction
Service conducted the
A public sale of
tractors and farm
equipment was held
April 18 for the estate
of Larry Fry, 11 miles
south of Port Royal,
Pa. along Ox Bow
Some prices were:
Oliver Super 77 trac
tor $3500; Ford 9N
tractor $2850; Oliver
3pt plow $550; NH
847 PTD round baler
$1650; NH 273 PTO
baler $1800; NH 7ft
haybine $800; MF
roller bar rake $500;
EZ flow gravity bin
wagon $650; 18ft Tag
along trailer $500; 250
bales wheat straw
$235; 150 bales, Ist
cutting mixed hay
$160; two 31 gal.
butcher kettles with
furnaces $B5O & $600;
Commercial meat
grinder $925; Hobart
band saw $1150;
Wellsaw splitting saw
$400; Chev. 60 series
dump truck $1500;
Remington model
7600 308 Win. caliber
$550; Hoyer 30-06 cal.
with Weaver scope
$4OO and Marlin origi
nal golden .22 cal.
Bryan D. Imes was
the auctioneer.
A public auction of
tractors and farm
equipment was held
April 18 by Wilson
Steward, 2 miles from
Maryland on Greggs
Some prices were:
AC 8010 tractor
$9500; Ford 7000 trac
tor w/cab $5100; 1977
Chev grain truck
$6800; Hinson grain
cart $5000; Rihino
bat-wing mower
$6600; Int. 806 tractor
$4200; Ferguson 7ft
chisel plow $7OO and
AC lift disc $BOO.
Sam Walters HI
was the auctioneer.
A public auction of
registered dairy cows
and machinery was
held April 18 by Mr.
and Mrs. Fritz Bliley
and William Bliley, 3
miles south of
Waterford, Pa. on
Union Road.
The average of the
cows and calves sold
was $1174. The top
prices for the 52 head
were $l9OO, $1750,
$l7OO and several at
Other prices were:
Super MTA tractor
$6600; Ford 6710 trac
tor $9400; Ford 6600
tractor $9050; JD dis
cbine $5300; NI corn
picker $2500; IHC 105
forage wagon $1900;
Gehl 940 forage wagon
$2300; NH rake
$2300; H&S picker
wagon $1300; NH 718
chopper $2600 and
IHC #8 crop chopper
Doug Chesley
Auctioneer conducted
the sale.
A public auction of
farm machinery was
held April 18 by
Garnet H. and
Catharine Myers, 289
School House Rd., St.
Thomas, Pa.
Some prices includ
ed: MF D tractor 265
with loade $10,250;
MF D 180 tractor
$3900; JD B tractor
$3750; Honda 185 3-
wheeler $800; Ford 68
farm truck $600; MF
3-B plow $550; NH
Rolabar rake $1450;
power take-off rake
$425; hay wagons
$350 to $600; Kiehl
350 grain wagon
$1550; NI elevator
$625; old JD 2-B trail
er plow $9O; J&L feed
er $1200; NH model
310 hay baler $4lOO
and NH 9' model 492
haybine $3500, also
NH self-unloading
wagon $2OOO.
Other prices
included - NH power
take-off sickle bar
mower $750; NH 520
manure spreader
$2300; JD 2-row corn
planter $400; NH crop
chopper $650; MF 15
boot model 33 grain
drill $700; Little Giant
elevator $425;
Cardinal Junior eleva
tor $125; Herd seeder
$475; tractor chains
$BO to $lOO a pair; 2
old primitive spike
tooth harrows $5O &
$55; iron butcher ket
tle $150; chicken crate
$29 and Joe the
Motorist Friend 1 gal.
oil can $27.50
Dennis D. Welker
and John F. Kohler
were the auctioneers.
A public auction of
real estate and
antiques was held
April 18 by Bertha
Hornberger, Helen
Schreffler and Irvin
Rothermel, near
Rebuck, Washington
Twp., Northumber
land Co., Pa. of Leckk
Kill Rd.
The 2 1/2 story
house, 3 car garage,
shed and storage shed
on .38 acre lot was
sold for $26,500.
Other prices were:
set of 6 decorated half
spindle chairs $290
each; two 3 pc. oak
bedroom suites $lO5O
each; cottage style
dresser $400; blanket
chest $270; oak dress
er $250; butcher bench
$80; Win. .22 model
.02 gun $200; Mickey
Mouse rubber fire
truck $l4O and new
quilts up to $2OO each.
Mark J. Jones was
the auctioneer with
Jeff Dunkelberger.
A consignment sale
was held April 18 at
Little IKE's Auction
House, Inc., 150 Mt.
Top Road, Dillsburg,
Some prices were:
AC backhoe $4550;
Ford 9N tractor $1100;
Farmall H tractor
$625; Simplicity
mower $225; Gibson
rototiller $150; dinner
bell $7O; JD loader
$5O; truck caps $325
to $5O; garden tractor
w/cultivator $75;
candy scales $22 adn
lanterns $5O each.
Little IKE Eichel
berger conducted the
A public auction of
real estate and farm
equipment was held
April 18 for the estate
of Blanche A. Matter,
north of Harrisburg on
West Cross Road in
Dauphin Co., Pa.
The 62 acre farm
with a 2 1/2 story
house, 4-bay barn and
outbuildings brought
The 4 acre parcel of
woodland was sold for
Other prices were:
1947 Dodge truck
$3900; 1966 Chev.
Belair 4-door car
$1000; 1956 Ford 800
tractor $4050; 1947
Ferguson tractor
$2500; 3-B 3pt plow
Dave Deibler and
Ed Shoop were the
A public auction
was held April 18 by
Elizabeth A.
McGuidwin, 248
Creek Rd.,
Millersville, Lane. Co.,
Pa. A farm was sold
together with antiques
and collectibles.
The 40 acre farm
with a log house with
aluminum siding, 2
car garage, bank barn
and tobacco shed was
sold to Harold M.
Barley 111 of
Millersville for
Other items sold
were: Oliver 60 row
crop tractor $400;
semen chest $100; old
bathtub $45; flour
sifter $22; sizing box
$22; Coca Cola sign
$130; 3 derby hats
$18; saddles $27.50 &
$35; Bell telephone
sign $4O; egg sale sign
$4O; wooden telephone
$120; lantern $42.50;
crock & jug $45 each;
Dutch lady cookie jar
$55; Fireman's hat
$55; small glass butter
churn $7O; dinner bell
$175; stone statue
$235; spinning wheel
(parts missing) $80;
mixer $4O; round table
and 6 chairs $165; cof
fee pot $4O; painted
dresser $130; rat trap
$27.50; saw box $l4O
and an old door $26.
Sanford G. Leaman
was the auctioneer.
A public auction of
hit and miss engines
was held April 17 by
William Greenawaldt
Estate and others at
Kampton Community
Center, Berks Co., Pa.
Some prices includ
ed: Witte hit & miss
engine $325; Stover
hit & miss engine
$950; United hit &
miss engine SJ)SO;
Lansing hit & miss
engine $475 and a
pedal tractor $lOO.
David P. Loeb was
the auctioneer.
A public sale of
antiques was held
April 18 by Wayne S.
Gabel, 1 mile south of
Honeybrook at the
corner of Rt. 10 &
Cambridge Rd.,
Chester Co., Pa.
Some prices were: 3
piece chestnut bed
room suite $700; oak
library desk $140;
library table $150;
china closet $550;
washstand $250;
B'xlO' utility shed
$400; hand corn
sheller $17.50;
Humpty Dumpty egg
crate $B5; large wood
en bread box $100;
large Coatesville
bread box $115;
Shirley Temple pitch
er $35 and loose head
pitcher $5O.
Leon Kurtz and J.
Omar Stoltzfus were
the auctioneers.
A public sale of real
estate was held April
16 by Leon Epler
Farms, Inc. in Point
Twp., Northumber
land Co., Pa.
The 6 contiguour
tracts of land sold as
follows: #2 tract of
12.81 acres brought
$44,000. The #3 tract
of 40.33 acres sold for
$50,000. The #4 tract
of 25.1 acres sold for
$44,000. The #5 tract
of 22.1 acres sold for
$55,000. The #6 tract
of 6 acres brought
$23,000 and the #7
tract of 1.04 acres
brought $17,000.
Hassinger &
Courtney managed
the sale.
An auction of real
estate and furniture
was held Saturday,
April 11,'for Amos B.
Zimmerman, 295
Panorama Drive,
Bowmans ville.
Joseph M. Good,
East Earl, paid
$172,000 for the four
bedroom 1 1/2-story
house with a barn
shop and one-car
garage on a 2 3/4-acre
Also sold were a
1986 Chevrolet
Celebrity $2075; a
John Deere 210 lawn
tractor $1250; a
Carnival glass vase
$130; an eight-gallon
corck $650; a Carnival
nut dish $45; 10
etched water glasses
$3O; a flowered plate
$210; a small agate
cream pail $65; four
peanut butter glasses
$6O each; a souvenir
German Hershey
Chocolate piece $2O; a
Remington model 141
.35-caliber rifle, $900;
a .22-caliber crack
shot rifle $125; a
Stevens 12-gauge dou
ble barrel shotgun
$250; a .22-caliber
shingle-shot riftle
$100; an old quilt
$500; a frosted bird
$25; a General
Electric washer and
dryer $ll5 each; a
chest freezer $150; a
Lane cedar chest
$210; a grained blan
ket chest $230; an oak
wash stand $250; a
marble-top dresser
$300; a Bowers-type
slant-top desk $510;
an oak bed $350; an
oak dresser $250; a
grained jelly cupboard
$400; a Rutt cherry
hutch $485; a dropleaf
extension table $500;
and six keyhole plank
bottom chairs $6O
There were 311 reg
istered bidders. The
sale was conducted by
Kline, Kreider and
Good Auctioneers,
• Two tracts of real
estate were sold
Thursday at a public
auction held for Ray L,
Martin and Mary Jane
Martin at 29 W.
Mohler Church Road,
Ephrata Township.
The first tract,
which included a
sided ranch-style
house, was bought by
E. Merle and Elaine S.
Nolt, Ephrata.
The second tract, a
building lot at 32 W
Mohler Church Road,
sold for $30,400 to
Harlan W. and Esther
Martin, New Holland.
The sale was con
ducted by Horst
Auctioneers, Ephrata.
The 24thr annual
truck and equipment
auction, conducted fof
Jim and Kyle Ingham
by Landis Auction
Serivce, was held
Saturday at Garden
Spot Equipment
Auction in Ephrata
More than 1,000 peo
ple attended the
Items sold included
trucks, trialers and
equipment. Thee were
six auctioneers pre
sent, working from
8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Trailers sold
included a Dorsey
$5,700; a City $5,700;
two Transcraft $5,600
and $6,400; a Transco
$7,300; a Trailmobile
$15,200; a Freuhauf
$5,700; and a drop
deck $8,500.
Truck tractors for
auction included a
1988 Peterbilt $5,750;
a Freightliner $6,100;
a 1988 Mac $10,700; a
1985 Mac $7,500; a
1991 Freightliner
$14,100; a 1973
Diamond Rio $7,900; a
1994 Ford pickup
$9000; a 1987 Ford
flatbed $7,100; and a
1981 Mac $6,100.
Other items sold
included two air com
pressors $l,OOO and
$525; an engine lift
$150; a portable car
lift $1,525; a Bowmag
140 roller $3,700; a
Gehl mixer spreader
$8,400; a Dynahoe
$4,300; a Case loader
$8,300; and a Clark
forklift $2,300.