Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, October 24, 1998, Image 90

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    B2S-Lancaster Farming, Saturday, October 24, 1998 $1125, Wedgwood Ma
jolica compote $330,
British Majolica frog
(lid only) $3lO, large
cheese dish w/rope de
sign $2OOO and Sun
flower water pitcher
Sale Reports
A Public Sale of per
sonal property was held
October 17 by Frank
Allison, Walnuttown
Rd., Rusumbmanor
Twp., Berks Co., Pa.
There were 316 bidders
attending the sale.
Some prices in
cluded: Steiner 4-wheel
drive mower $4600,
19S0 Cadillac 4-door
$4600, 16-ft. Pequea
trailer $l4OO, 1983
Chev. Van $2400,
wooden sled $3OO, V%
HP air compressor
$l6O, wreath maker
$2lO, buck saw $45,
small express wagons
$125 each, Christmas
tree driller $350, small
shed (Victorian house)
$lO5O, Christmas tree
balers $230 to $250,
picnic tables $25 to
$250, pile of Christmas
tree holders $675, toil
top desk $675, modem
oak bedroom suite
$1175, modern oak
breakfast set $475,
modem oak entertain
ment cabinet $350,
child’s table $125, new
wicker sets $175 to
$250, old spinning
wheel $330, small Cur
io cabinet $l9O, living
room suite $525 and as
sorted cement planters
$45 to $75 each.
Kenneth P. Leiby
was the auctioneer with
Jason K. Leiby App.
A Public Auction of
household goods was
held October 17 by
Nicholas Savich, 333
Medford Lakes Taber
nacle Rd., New Jersey.
Some prices were:
automobile repair
books $45, oak mantel
$250, bedroom suite
$475, claw-foot table
$55, 8 gauge shotgun
$llO, mahogany game
table $315, dining room
suite $750, Ford Tempo
car $2050 (1991), 1958
Dodge power wagon
$B5O, Japanese sword
$l5O, collector plates
$250, 2 statues $l2O,
small Karas tan rug $BO
and other rugs $l5O and
Allen’s Auction Ser
vice conducted the sale.
A Public Sale of
Winross trucks was
held October 16 for the
estate of Robert Man
willer, at the Leesport
Farmer’s Market Ban
quet Hall of Rt. 61,
Leesport, Pa.
Some prices were:
Branch Mottors $250,
Jones Motors $l5O,
Parrish Steel Mill $lOO,
Cartech $l5O, Swan Oil
$5OO, akwscht $4O to
$l4O, Calgon $75, Tex
aco #1 bank $875, Tex
aco #2 bank $4OO, Tex
aco #3 $2OO, Texaco #4
$9O, Texaco #5 $95,
firsst Hess truck (green)
$95, Hess racer $75,
1978 Hess $125 and
1970 Hess $435. The
150 Winross trucks
averaged $35.
Leiby Auctioneer
Service managed the
A Public Auction of a
50-year private collec
tion was held October
17 by Paul R. Andrews,
13 West Penn Grant
Road, Willow Street,
Some prices in
cluded: Dutch cup
boards $1250 & $5OO,
oak china closet $430,
oak wardrobe $445,
woodbox $270, spin
ning wheel $165, butter
chum $175, fat lamp
$ 150, grey agate coffee
pot $230, blue agate
coffeepot $lB5, blue
decorated Cowden
crock $l9O, cast-iron
dinner bell $l5O, coffee
grinder $240, Rohrer
whiskey bottle $l3O,
um with pansy pattern
$175, Carnival North
wood fruit bowl $250
and copper ladle $lO5.
Miller & Siegrist
Auctioneers conducted
the sale.
A Public Auction of
tractors and handguns
was held October 17 for
the estate of Dick No
ble, at Juniata Markeets,
one mile north of Port
Royal, Pa.
Some prices were:
Farmall Super A tractor
$2OOO, Farmall Cub &
plow $2lOO, Farmall A
& blade $l4OO, Int 300
tractor $1675, 1986
Chevrolet pickup truck
$5500, Colt 38 cal.
single action (in box)
$470, 125th Anniver
sary 45 cal. Colt Medal
lion (in case) 4700, 54
cal. handgun $220,
Smith & Wesson .22
cal. double action gun
$240, Winchester mod
el 410 $425, Winches
ter .44 cal. $1350,
Winchester model 1886
45-70 $1550, Win.
model 92 38 cal. $llOO,
Win. model 186 45-70
cal. $llOO and Win.
model 70-243 gun
Long’s Auctio Ser
vice conducted the sale.
A Two-Day Public
Auction of Roselawn
Farm contents was held
by Robert Yoder at
1176 Rt. 422 West,
Douglasville, Pa. on
October 14 and on
October 17 at the Ridge
Fire Co., along Rt. 23
between Phoenixville,
Pa. and Rt. 100.
Some prices were:
J.D. 850 tractor with
mower $6OOO, 1956
MG-ZA sedan $2700,
Associated & miss en
gine on truck $625,
built-in 3-pc. wine cup
board $1525, and the
following Majolica col
lection: large shell &
seaweed plate $560,
Sunflower syrup pitcher
$330, parrot pitcher
$2lO, cauliflower tea
pot $240, napkin plate
$3OO, sardine box w/lid
Ted Maurer managed
the sale.
Household goods
were sold Saturday at a
public auction held for
Arline S. Muehling,
1690 Stone Mill Raod.
There were 160
registered bidders.
Highlights included:
Fiesta pitcher set $BO,
12 dinner plates $6O,
marble-top table $l7O,
secretary desk $250,
1988 Renault Medal
lion wagon $2BOO, pine
chest $2OO and china
closet $l5O.
Bechtold Auction
eers, Lancaster, con
ducted the sale.
A Public Auction of
real estate, antiques,
personal property and
tools was held Saturday
for Robert henly, 335
Yeagley Road, Myers
Sold for $135,000 to
Samuel Lantz ofMyers
town were nine acres of
land and a ranch-type
dwelling with brick and
aluminum siding at
tached two-car garage,
frame bam, implement
shed and other outbuild
Also sold were a wal
nut bed $5OO, six half
spindle chairs $260,
two blanket chests $l9O
and $l5O, oak dresser
$l7O, oak bed $175,
small oak table $llO,
dinner bell $l5O, wood
en bench $7O, taboret
$65, light table $5O,
blue band bowl $45,
pair of baby shoes $BO
and Wheel Horse mow
er $5OO.
The sale was con
ducted by Art Panne
becker Auction Service
of Reinholds. It drew
220 registered bidders.
A Public Sale of per
sonal property was held
October 12 by Sam and
Ethel Demey, 1306
Longview Dr., Harris
burg. Dauphin Co., Pa.
Some prices received
were: Longaberger bas
ket $l9O, Hummel
figurines $2OO & $l5O,
1992 Chev. 310 4x4
pickup truck $10,900,
White snowblower
$857, White riding
mower $675, Troy roro
tiller $675, small slant
front desk $l7O, walk
in cooler $7OO, Hot
point refrigerator $lBO,
cedar wardrobe $l4O
and modern grandfa
ther’s clock by John
Kniss of Bird-in-Hand,
Pa. $9OO.
Harry H. Bachman
was the auctioneer.
A Public Auction of
building materials was
held October 17 by T.B.
Lumber, east of Mil
lerstown on Route 17.
Some items sold
were: % ” plywood $ll,
vinyl replacement win
dows $2O to $7O, vinyl
siding S3S, steel en
trance doors $75 to
$125, shingles $4 to $7
per bundle and fiber
glass bathtubs $lOO to
Hassinger & Court
ney were the auction
An inlaid sideboard
brought $lBOO Wednes
day at a public auction
of antiques, household
goods, collectibles and
tools held for Vera G.
Myer, Alice E. Martin
and others at Horst
Auction Center, Eph
There were 448
registered bidders.
Other highlights in
cluded: mahogany high
boy $l7OO, oak side-by
side desk $650, oak
sideboard $525, Empire
flip-top card table $275,
mahogany tier table
$l6O, mahogany low
boy $320, La-Z-Boy re
cliner-sofa $260, Vic
torian-style arm chair
$l2O, cedar chesst
$l5O, princess desk and
chair $l7O, Stickley
open hutch $350, Wa
terfall blanket chest
$l2O, mahogany dining
room suite $5OO, 3-pc.
bedroom suite $l7O,
blanket chest $l6O, cot
tage washstand $l6O,
pine blanket chest $2OO,
oak drop leaf table w/
boards $l5O, walnut
drop leaf table $375,
oak high chest $175,
Empire chest of drawers
$l7O, vanity stool $ll5
and cane-back bench
Also, Victorian arm
chair $2OO, R.S. Prussia
berry set $3OO, Oriental
runner $875, rug $l5O,
wheelchair $l2O, meat
slicer $250, glass jar
butter churn $l3O,
tablecloth set $3OO,
Christmas ornaments
$2lO, table linens $165
and $l6O, mahogany
mirror $375, set of
Spode china $l6O, four
master salts $525, large
salt $275, Oriental
Wednesday, October 28,1998 • 9 AM
Coins: 9 AM - Real Estate: 1 PM
28 Echo Valley Lane, Neffsville, PA,
Manheim Township, PA
Dir From Lane, on Rt. 501 N, just before
Neffsville at Amoco & Neffsville Laundry, turn
right on Echo Valley Lane, sale on right.
Real Estate consists of 2 story block & stucco
dwelling w/carport, separate block storage shed.
Situated on nice lot w/20 ft. right away drive
~ Nice Quiet Location ~
Approximately 70 Lots of Coins, Furniture,
Antiques, Collectibles, China & Glassware,
Linens & Bedding, Toys, Lawn Chief Riding
Mower w/30” Cut, Tools
No Out-of-State Checks Not responsible for
Terms 10% down, balance on or before
December 15, 1998
Attorney J Elvm Kraybill
Gibble, Kraybill & Hess
(717)687-6857 AU-1723L
room rug $925, red
Oriental room rug $6OO,
McCoy cookie jar
house $llO, Binninger
whiskey bottle $225,
Royal Winton gravy
boat $l2O, pump trough
$l5O, trough $l9O.
sprayer $l4O, iron
bookends $175, Fenton
cup and saucer $l4O,
lap desk $l3O, redware
crock $l4O, and Sheaf
fer fountain pen $llO.
The sale was con
ducted by Horst Auc
tioneers, Ephrata.
A 1977 19-foot fiber
glass Marquis boat with
85 HP Johnson out
board motor on a trailer
brought $l6OO Thurs
day at a public auction
held for Mrs. John O.
Smith (Beaver Body
Shop). 909 E. Chestnut
There were 188
registered bidders.
Also sold woe: pair
of brass shaft bells
$450, Carnival glass
dragon bowl $BO, four
Shawnee com bowls
$36, Hamilton watch
case $34, No. 6 crock
$37.50, traveling bar set
$3l, gray agate coland
er $3O, Lux Pendulette
clock in box $3O, metal
parrot bottle opener
$29, German Walt Dis
ney Mickey Mouse
alarm clock $27.50, tin
Dupont paint sign $4O,
Hires root beer cooler
$2l, Black & Decker
planer $5O, Black &
Decker cut saw $5O,
John Deere 295-amp
welder $5O, % -inch
drill press $25 and
Mitchell fishing reel
The sale was con
ducted by the Roy C.
Probst Family Auction
Service, Willow Street
Antique, military and
collectible firearms,
edged weapons and U.S
and foreign military
collectibles were sold
Saturday, Oct 10 at a
public auction of the
collection of the late Dr.
Lincoln F. Ramsey Jr.
Held at Horst Auc-
Sale For:
tion Center, Ephrata,
the sale drew 285 regis
tered bidders.
Highlights included:
two U.S. model 1861
muskets $675 and $650,
1863 J.T. Hodge U.S.
musket $lOOO, Whitney
1861 musket $450,
Spencer saddle carbine
$1,500, Winchester
1892 .38-40 rifle $475,
Winchester 1895.30-06
rifle $1075, Winchester
M-l carbine $420, two
Walther P3B pistols
$525 and $230, Man
hattan Firearms Navy
revolver $450, Brown
ing 9mm pistol $475,
Mauser 1896 “broom
handle” pistol $625,
early flintlock pistol
$2lO, Colt New Service
.44-40 revolver $625,
Remington Rand semi
automatic pistol $3OO,
Remington-Elliot four
shot Derringer $525,
two Luger POB pistols
$575 and $5OO and
Springfiels 1873 .45-70
SAT., NOV. 14,1998 at 9:30 AM
1:00 PM
4 17 Acres Farmette With
127 Feet Along Route 225
A Two-Story 8-Room And
2 Baths Frame Dwelling
FIRST FLOOR - 2 Kitchens, Dining Room. Living Room And
Other Room
SECOND FLOOR - 1 Bedrooms, One With Walk In Cedar Chest
And Two Bathiooms (Dwelling Laid Out For Possibility Of Two
Apartments) New Roof And Storm Windows Installed In 1996
Healed By Wood/Coal Hot Air Furnace (1996) And L P Gas Logs’
Electric Hot Water 200 Amp Electric Service Welf Water And Own
Septic System
Also, A 4-Slall (Stable) Two Story Barn (Built In 1996) With
Running Water And Electric Service, A Large Chicken House And
Storage Building Corn Crib And Other Out Buildings A Spring
Water Fed Pond On Properly Fuhrman Drive Is A Private Drive*
Properly Has Permit For Own Drive If Desired Off Route 225
Be Sure To Inspect - For Inspection Call 896-8958
TERMS - 10% Down The Day Of Sale And Balance In 10 Days
And Other Conditions The Day Of Sale
AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: A Secluded And Ideal Location Fpr
Horses And Cattle And Other Possibilities Not Far From Anything
Also, Will Be Selling Farm Machinery And Accessories, Vehicles,
Horse And Dog Collectibles Glassware And Other Items Full
Listing Will Follow
37 Sycamore Ave., Halifax, PA
Public Auction
Surplus School Supplies
North Salem Elementary School
(Take West Canal Road 1 mile from square
in Dover to North Salem Road and turn
right. Watch for Signs).
**Fri., Oct. 30,1998 9:00 AM**
A B. Dick Model 1700 Duplicating Station, A.B.
Dick S/2Q4 Duplicator, Model 217 Duplicator, A.B.
Dick 156 Platemaker w/Supplies, A.B. Dick 166
Master Conversion Unit w/Supplies, A.B. Dick 675 M
Platemaker & Conversion Unit (Parts Missing),
NuArc Fliptop Platemaker (Carbon Ate), File
Cabinets, lO' Projection Screen, 29 Copies of Homes;
Today & Tomorrow (2nd Edition), 20 Copies of the
Home Its Furnishings & Equipment (2nd Edition), 3
Kenmorc Semi-Auto Sewing Machines in Cabinets,
Singer Touch & Sew Sewing Machine, 2 Whirlpool
Tubs, I Shop Polisher - Electric Motor, Podium, 2
Library Caddys, Metal & Wooden Teachers Desk, 2-
5' Wooden Tables, 3 Antique Tables, Plastic Covered
Metal Fiame Sola & Chairs, Shelves on Rollers,
Kmdeigailcn Wood Kitchen Set, Metal & Library
Shelving, 800 Desks & Chairs, 6 Dusk to Dawn
Lights, 4' and 8, Fluorescent Lights, 15 Ceiling Fans,
20 Towel Dispensers, Kitchen Items - Pots, Pans &
Etc , Plus Many Other Items o( Interest
Large Ford Van
School Bus Converted To Truck
With Large Door In Rear
Terms: Cash Or Good Check.
Seiler: North Salem Elementary School
5161 North Salem Road, Dover PA
Rentzel's Auction Service
Emigsville, PA 764-6412 PA Lie. #761
musket $525.
Also: Springfield 410
double-barrel $4lO,
Colt AR-15 $625, En
com-America MP-45
semi-automatic rifle
$5OO, Rockola M-l rifle
$370, Saginaw M-l ri
fle $330, Inland M-l
rifle $350, Springfield
M-l rifle $420, Inland
M-l paratrooper rifle
$775, Balar 12-gauge
double barrel $350,
Remington .38-40
pump rifle $4OO, group
lot of framed German
medals $950, German
dress sword $325, two
German daggers $4OO
and $3OO, two Japanese
samurai swords $1325
and $650, Civil War
Horstman Philadelphia
sword $675, early saber
$350, two 1851 calvary
swords #375 and $3lO
and Bowie-type fight
ing knife $lOOO.
Horst Auctioneers,
Ephrata conducted •’
sale. “ * fle
i ■
Patricia M. & Lloyd C. Kauffman, Jr.
Attorney: Allen Shaffer