Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, July 04, 1998, Image 36
A36-Lancaster Farming, Saturday, July 4, 1998 Sale Reports LEVERING SALE A half-acre lot with a two-truck masonry gar age sold for $94,000 Tuesday at a public real estate auction held for Thomas H. Levering, 120 S. Main St.. Browns town. Debra J. Fisher, Leo la, was the buyer. Horst Auctioneers, Ephrata, conducted the sale. TOPPER & HURST SALE A blind-door Dutch cupboard brought $2,400 Wednesday at a public auction of an tiques, household goods, collectibles and tools held for Dennis Topper, Ruth Horst and others at Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. There were 409 registered bidders. Other highlights in cluded: 4-pc. bedroom suite $l3OO, French music cabinet $2OO, dresser and vanity $230, LA—Z—BOY recliner $210,2-pc. oak entertainment set $230, mahognay coffee and end tables $l2O, dinette set $lBO, set of six chairs $230, pair of Vicorian chairs $265, marble-top coffee table $llO, pair of marble top stands $l5O, drop leaf table $l5O, desk w/ bookcase top $l5O, doll $l3O, Stieff dog $250 and S.E. Weaver dairy bottle $llO, Rohrer bot tle $l5O and iron rabbit $llO. Also, pennants $ll5, International pedal trac tor $270, Roseville flower pot $l5O, two Roseville bud vases $l2O, two Roseville vases $l3O and $lOO, tea set $125, ruby rim glasses $l2O, Lou Geh rig baseball card $320, Babe Ruth baseball card $4OO, Joe DiMaggio baseball card $lO5, Ted Williams baseball card $lOO, three Mickey Mantle cards $l5O, set of china $260, Moore croft vases $750, ship’s bell clock $195, Ameri can Indian vase $725, pair of duck decoys $llO and Whirlpool re frigerator $l7O. The sale was con ducted by Horst Auc tioneers, Ephrata. SHIRK SALE Farm machinery, tools and antiques were sold Monday at a public auction held for Carl and Emma Shirk, IS9S Maytown Road, Eliza bethtown. Highlights included: Massey Harris No. 35 tractor, $2950, round back swan sleigh $l2OO, tobacco lath $950, Farmall A tractor $BOO, New Idea No. 12 manure spreader $725, Farmall H tractor $7OO, oak 3-dr. icebox $650, Oliver disc $650, Bush Hog mower $350, wooden farm sign $340, salesman sample wood en gate $325, gravity bin wagon $3OO, flatbed wagon $285, grain wag on $250, cider press $220, 1807 Conestoga wagon jack $2lO, horse-drawn cultivator $l9O, wooden washing machine $lB5, flax break $175, wooden porch railings $175, disc harrow $175, hog scalding trough $175, square-back sleighs $l5O to $225 each, Conestoga wagon ends $l5O, harrow $l5O, straw cutter $135, water pump $l3O, schnitzel bunk $125, broom vise $llO, wooden scalding trough $lOO, two-bot tom plow $lOO, hand com planter %95, to bacco rails $9O, anvil $BO, livery stable lock and key $BO, shoe maker’s bench $BO, adze $BO, walking plow $75, cast-iron griddle $75, tar bucket $65, wooden 3-prong forks $5O to $65 each; cheese boxes $55, picnic table $55, sausage stuffer $5O, meat bench $5O, tobacco sizing boxes $5O each, 5-gal. jugs $5O, cast-iron kettles $5O and lantern $35. There were 164 registered bidders. The sale was conducted by Jay M. Witman and Luke R. Witman of Witman Auctioneers Inc., Manheim. ATTENTION DAIRY FARMERS! TIRED of the small 10<t to 15i incentives to stay where you’re at? FARMERS, do we not have the product? (THE POWER IS IN THE TANK) AMERICAN RAW MILK PRODUCERS ARMPPA is now working with farmers who want to price their milk before it leaves the farm. LAST 40 YEARS PRICING HISTORY (Based on M&W series and Basic Formula Price) 1963 - $3.11 1973 - $6.30 1983 - $12.49 1993 - $ll.BO 1997 - $12.05 IT IS FINALLY ANNOUNCED THAT THERE IS A SEVERE SHORTAGE!! HOW MANY OF YOU DAIRY FARMERS ARE MAKING MONEY FROM IT??? LET’S COMPARE OUR MILK CHECK TO THE CO-OP’S PAYCHECK. THAT’S A MILLION DOLLAR STATEMENT. , For more information, caii toll free: East Coast ARMPPA Office 1-877-367-6455 LINGENFELTER SALE An Estate Auction of tools was held June 27 by Judy Lingenfelter for Richard and Lillian Grubb Estates, 312 Wa ter St, Everett, Pa. in Bedford County. Some prices were; milk can $35, bench grinder $52, hutch $l2O, chain wrench $35, metal band saw $B5, anvil $4O, com shelter $2B, radial arm saw $l9O, vise $47, wood band saw $240, log splitter $275, Cub Cadet tractor mower $775, air compressor $2OO, chain hoist $lO5, welder $5O, trailer $225, drill press $l4O and metal lathe $775. Robert Grubb & Sons conducted the sale. CONSIGNMENT SALE A twoday consign ment sale was held Fri day and Saturday, June 26 and 27, and 320 re gistered bidders at tended for both days of the sale at the Horst Auction Center, Eph rata. The auctioneers were Horst Auctioneers and the items were cata loged by Clarence C, Spohn. Items sold included: corner cupboard $3300, Dutch cupboard $3OOO, grained corner cup board $1035, walnut chest of drawers $ll5O, bow-front chest of drawers $llOO, Victor ian sofa $575, marble top table $5OO, three plank-bottom chairs -$550, a 3-drawer stor TIRED of low milk checks? TIRED of unpaid bills? TIRED of hearing “THERE’S A SURPLUS... BECOME MORE EFFICIENT...MAKE MORE MILK... ARE WE NOT WORTH MORE THAN CENTS? PRICING ASSOCIATION “ARMPPA” We are now in 18 states and still growing!! ARMPPA is not a milk plant, but simply a price setting agency striving to work with all existing milk handlers. age table $450 and folk art floor covering $2150. Barbara Eber sole bookplate $B5O, suit of armor $475, heart-design fraktur $975, service for 12 Limoge china $425, two stoneware jugs $1950 and $975. a cof feepot w/the historical “Land of Lafayette” printed on it $l7OO, gib let tureen $1200,22-pc. china tea set by Wor cester $6OO, pewter cof feepot $425 and pewter basin $450. Other items sold included: pewter tank ard $425, salt crock $3lO, pudding mold $450, Stahl redware vase $220, bitters bottle $l4O, John Bell jar $3OO, slipware pie plate $2OO, mocha bowl $250 and advertising jug $320. GRAYBILL ESTATE SALE A public sale of an tiques and personal property was held Saturday for the Mazie Graybill estate. The sale, which was held at 270 Stevens Road, Ste vens, was attended by 280 registered bidders. Auctioneers for the sale were Art Pannebecker Auction Service, Rein holds. Items in the sale in cluded a cherry drop leaf table $l2OO, a wal nut drop leaf table $lO5O, three-piece maple bedroom suite $7OO, two-piece maple bedroom suite $375, jelly cupboard $4OO, Empire chest of drawers $l5O, square oak butter print table $260, cedar chests $l9O and old wooden' bench $275. Also, flour chests $240, two-drawer miniature cherry drop leaf table $4OO, lustre creamer $9O, blanket chest $3OO, coffee grinder $lO5, wooden highchair $lBO, sofa $270, Weist scenery painting $2lO, night stand $2BO, an OBG clock $475, Zenith TV $2OO, 1840 coverlet signed Hershey $lO5O, quilt patch $250, Rus sell Henry' creamer $350, Russell Henry inkwell $3OO, Adams plate $2OO, Hobnail vase $270, service for six Spode china $250, Vanllliet 1881 fruit jar $650, Swiss music box $525, German Bible $l2O, small pincusion basket $9O, cross-stitch quilt top $l6O, Van Brickie vase $75, Betty lamp $BO, and snow flake cup/saucer $7O. BENTZEL SALE An auction was held Friday, June 19 and Saturday, June 20, for Sherman and Marjorie Bentzel, West York, at the York Fairgrounds. The sale attracted 310 registered bidders from six states. Another public sale for the Bent zels will be held July 24 and 25 at the fair grounds. Highlights included an Empress music box with 28 discs $2850, 10-pc. mahogany din ing room suite $1175, darkwood china cabinet $7OO. two small stuffed love seats $550, living room sofa and chair $375, dry sink $l2OO. marble-top dresser $3OO, oak china cabinet $9OO, English grandfa ther’s clock $lOOO, 4- and 5-pc. cherry bed room suites $550 and $650, two single beds $250, drop leaf table $l7O, two stuffed chairs $220, two armchairs $340, dry sink $3OO, blanket chest $250, marble-top stands and tables $6OO, $450, $230, $240, $3lO, $240 and $2OO. pink Ansonia porcelain clock $lOOO, blue Ansonia porcelain clock $725, other por celain clocks $4OO and $5OO, kitchen clocks $lOO, $125, $l5O and $175, two decorated crocks $350 each. Cow den & Wilcox jug $375, decorated jug $l9O, Popeye wind-up toy $825 and New Haven banjo clock $275. Also, Ingraham banjo clock $350, wall Regu lator clock $325, small Charles Moul jug $260, two Foust jugs $l5O each, blue dresser set $3lO, scenic shade table lamp $875, leaded shade lamp $525, “Gone With The Wind” lamp w/sccnes $BOO, other “Gone With The Wind” lamps $390 and $420 each, organ lamp $230, Flow-Blue tureen $440, two Flow-Blue casseroles $360, chim ney cover $B5, blue pit chers $6O and $BO each, 75 teapots $25 to $l7O each. Gaudy Welsh plate $440, Gaudy Welsh pitchers $l5O and $2BO each. Gaudy Welsh teapot $2lO, Gaudy Welsh cup/sauc er $175, custard glass Pen Mar berry set $3OO, custard glass butter dish $2OO, custard glass pieces $35 to $75, Car nival peacock bowl $95, Roseville cookie jar $260, 92-pc. set of dishes $320,100-pc. set of dishes $220, Sponge ware pot $l9O, umbrel la stand $l5O, dry sink hutch $375 and Carni val bowl $B5. The sale was con ducted by Brian L. Gil bert and Jacob A. Gil bert of Gilbert & Gil bert Auctioneers, Wrightsville. STROBLE & BLACK SALE A Public Auction of real estate and heavy equipment was held June 24 by Barbara S treble and Leroy Black. 175 West 12th St., Bloomsburg, Pa. The 2-bedroom bi level house on a 60 x 148-ft lot with attached 1 car garage was sold for $77,000. Other prices were: 1995 Western Star trac tor $42,000, 1994 alu minum tri-axle dump trailer $22,000, Dorsey enclosed van trailer $5OOO and 1984 crane truck $4500. Glen R. Knecht was the auctioneer.