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    826-Lanostef Farming, Saturday. July 1. 2000 suite, $675; a mahogany
Sale Reports
HEISEY ESTATE
SALE
Antiques, household
goods, clocks, col
lectibles, tools and a car
were sold Wednesday at
a public auction held for
the Katharine E. Heisey
estate at Horst Auction
Center, Ephrata.
There were 440 reg
istered bidders
Items sold included a
Stickley table and six
chairs, $650; a pine bed
room set, $550; a step
back cupboard, $320; an
oak one-door bookcase,
$375, a walnut birdcage
candlestand, $300; a
vanity and mirror, $300;
a small grained blanket
chest, $320; a small cor
ner medicine cabinet,
$l2O, a gateleg table,
$110; an octagonal
Depression stand, $140;
a wood chest, $110; an
oak washstand, $110; a
cherry dresser, $l4O, a
six-piece maple bed
room set, $270; a
Hitchcock bench, $140;
a leather reclmer, $l6O,
a floral sofa, $270, a
vanity and bench, $200;
and a copper kettle and
tnpod, $lBO
Also, a brass and
wood plane, $150; a
book on pigeons, $2OO,
city booklets, $l5O,
advertising items, $l6O,
a black marble, $l5O,
cane heads, $160;
mechanical pencils,
$l4O, pocket knives,
$llO, a postcard album,
$310; a candy scales,
$lBO, a Fiesta syrup dis
penser, $250; a Fiesta
vase, $500; a Fiesta bad
vase, $l2O, a Singer
sewing machine, $230;
china cups and saucers,
$2lO, a hanging light,
$l3O, a carnival bowl,
$2OO, mantel clocks,
$l9O, $l5O, $l5O,
$130,5130 and $110;
trays of jewelry, $290,
$260, $2OO, $2OO, $l9O
and $l6O, and a
“Sunbonnet Girls” print,
$l6O
Also, a Reddy
Kilowatt figure, $l3O, a
Hall’s twin-spout
teapot, $550, a cast-iron
dachshund doorstop,
$525, a Nippon match
safe, $290, a blackberry
basket $775; a Fiesta
pitcher, $125; a Hall’s
teapot, $140; a
Hamilton pocket watch,
$l2O, a Bake-O-Lite pm,
$lBO, a diamond-and
gold ring, $2OO, a dia
mond nng, $425, a
patchwork quilt, $175, a
red-and green bar quilt,
$440, and 1848 coverlet
signed “J. Lutz,” $475, a
coffee mill with pewter
top, $l3O, a star-pattern
quilt, $l2O, a Roseville
planter, $2OO, a Honda
lawn mower, $lBO, and
a 1990 Ford
Thunderbird LX $B,lOO
The auction was con
ducted by Horst
Auctioneers, Ephrata
GRAHAM ESTATE
SALE
A large three-bed
room brick-ranch-style
house on 17-acre lot
brought $192,000
Thursday at a public
auction of real estate
and personal property
held for the Elsie R.
Graham estate, 44
Christiana Pike,
Christiana.
Samuel Stolzfus,
Christiana, was the
buyer
The sale drew 245
registered bidders.
Other items sold
included a 1984 Ford
LTD car, $1,400; a
Sheraton-style chest of
drawers, $750, a four
piece cherry bedroom
ESTATE AUCTION
Sat., July 15, 2000
At 9:00 A.M.
Salem County Fair Grounds
(Rte. 40, Woodstown, NJ -
1/4 mi. W. of Cowtown Rodeo)
From Estate of Joe Benson,
Mullica Hill, NJ (Plus Others)
1935 Ford Coupe w/Rumble Seats - Good
Original Driver; 1929 Model “A” Ford
Roadster Pick-Up - Older Amateur Restoration;
1940 Coupe - 2 Carbs/Alumn. Heads (Driver)
1962 Porsche Model 356; 1930 Model “A”
Sedan; 1962 Ford Pick-Up; 1946 Mercury
Coupe; 1979 Mustang Cobra; 1929 Pont. Sedan
(parts). 1950’5-60’s Gas Pump.
Drop Leaf Table, Viet Rocker, Table Top
Phonograph, Turnip Grinder, Early Grinding
Wheel, Airport Pedal Car, Large Mantel Mirror
70”x46” w/beveled Glass, Torch Floor Lamp,
Adv. Items mcl. Coca Cola Sign & Bee Soap
Box. Large Quantity of Depression Glass, Nipon,
Limoge, Pressed Cut Glass, Several Old Prints,
Black Memorabilia, Picture Frames, Gilded
Mirrors, Oil Lamps, Old Books me. 1913 Farm
Directory of Cumberland County, Early Kitchen
Ware me Ice Cream Scoops & Agate Ware. Box
Lots plus more.
TERMS. Vehicles - Cash or Check w/Bank
Letter ot Credit Merchandise. Cash. Local
Checks w/proper I D All Items Sold As Is Where
10% Buyeis Premium (Note' Reserve Option to
Hold Vehicles Until Check Clears)
COL. LEE M. FOX, AUCTIONEER
(856) 478-6225
game table, $140; a
washstand, $120; an
Amana refrigerator/
freezer, $450; an Amana
air conditioner, $130; a
Maytag dryer, $170; an
Electrolux canister vac
uum, $9O; a coffee
grinder with pewter top
$B5; a Hubley school
bus, $45; a “gathering”
basket, $42.50; and a
blue Hall bowl, $3O.
The Probst Family
Auction Service, Willow
Street, conducted the
sale.
PEACHEY SALE
A Public Sale of shop
equipment was held
June 19 by Dan J.
Peachey, Belleville, Pa.
Some prices received
AUCTIONEERS
were- floor drill press $725, 24” belt sender
$l6O, wood lathe $llO, $2250, sausage stuffer
radial arm saw $l6O, $lOO, copper kettle
jointer & saw combina- $4OO, Oliver 500 tractor
ti°n $460, wood planer $l5OO, bushel crates $8
“PUBLIC RAILROAD AUCTION'*
FRIDAY, JULY 7 @ 4:30 P.M.
Located at Cross Keys Auction Center one mile
North of Duncansville, PA route 764 off Routes
22 & 99.
Will be selling railroad collectibles & memorabil
ia from 2 local estates & homes. Consisting of
polished steam loco bell w/yoke - #2823, 29” pol
ished brass whistle #6532A, two P.R.R. caboose
stoves, baldwin H9S Builders Plate, oval metal
railroad stop look & listen sign, railroad X cross
ing metal sign, brass diesel bell, 38” x 57” wall
picture framed - train crossing the river near
Harrisburg, 36” x 40” steam loco train picture -
engine #2159, photo Altoona Train station, 2 oak
wall telephones, approx. 51 lanterns in switch -
conductor - signal - cabin - etc. w/names B&O
embosses, P.R.R., U.R.R., Handlon, W.M.R.Y.,
Dressel, Dietz, F.W. stoops, N.Y. in red, white &
blue shades, Geweva railway copper tub stenciled
for washing potatoes, Pullman spittoon & bottle,
2’x3’ brass & stainless racks & guards, water &
oil cans, various tools, torches, locks & keys, cal
endars - 82-83-84, P.R.R. glasses, Fairbanks
counter scales, wall bell, lot railroad photos of
steam & electric of Yesteryear in Red Arrow
wreck, Wheel mirror, lot paper memo., Saddlers
Time tables, 30”x36” Railroad canal & coal iron
maps of PA, Bmm movies & slides of railroad
memo, PRR pins, PRR brass door knobs, post
cards, large PRR blue prints of S.A. Foundry,
Juniata Shops, Samuel Rea Rec. Plant, Iron
Foundry, 12th St. Shops, cranes, scales, machine
& heavy repair shops. Cricket Field Club house
etc., ash trays, insulators & lot related items. SPE
CIAL NOTE - Guy & Sue Lockard operated the
Horseshoe Curve concession stand from 1946-
1979 & Joe Richey was a Superintendent at the
Railroad - who retired 3 times from the railroad
which made the collections of memorabilia. Nice
Sale. Terms Cash, approved check w/bank letter
of credit, MC, Visa & Discover. Doors open at
2:30 PM. For information contact Auctioneer.
“COL” K.R. MILLER, JR.
AUOOO6I3L
AUCTIONEER & SALES MGR.
814-696-1913 or 695-0351
McHugh Estate
PUBLIC AUCTION
SAT, JULY 8,2000
10:00 AM
50 St. James St., Mansfield, Tioga Co., PA.
ANTIQUES - HOUSEHOLD
BOOKS - CAR - ORIENTAL RUGS
Chinese Oriental Rug (9x12), Other Oriental
Rugs (9x12, 4x6’B”, 6x4’4”, 9x12), Several
Marbletop Stands & Dresser, Qty. of Book
Shelves & Cases, Ogee Mirror, 2 Section
Barrister Bookcase, Walnut Plankside Drop-
Front School Masters Desk, Mahogany 4-Poster
Bed (Full Size), Early Blanket Chest, Mahogany
1 Drwr. Stand, Tulip Base Wall Table, 4 Drwr.
Mahogany Chest, Sm 4 Drwr. Chest, Pr.
Mahogany End Stands, Wood File Cabinet,
Mahogany Dresser, 3 Drwr Walnut Marble top
Chest, Set of 4 Oriental Paintings on Silk, Artist
Easel, Many Oil Portraits on Canvas, Copper
Hunt Horn, English Fox Hunt Pitcher, English
Toby Creamer, Steamer Trunks, Old Millinery,
Sterling WTO Candlesticks, Cloisonne, Several
Hundreds ot Books & Record Albums, Hand
Painted Oriental Tea Set, Corner Desk, Piano,
Down Filled Sofa, Several Lvg Rm Chairs,
Beds, Dressers, Refng 40” Elec Range, Por
table Dishwasher, Microwave, Glassware, Dish
es, Pots & Pans, Sm Appliances, General H’
Hold Goods,
CAR: 1980 Oldsmobile Delta 88 Royale (4 Dr,
5 Litre V-8, A/C, Cruise, Tilt, Over 100 K Miles)
NOTE: This is only a very partial listing of a
huge house full of over 40 years accumulation.
Miss McHugh was a world traveler and had
collected many interesting items Plan to spend
the day with us in Mansfield
TERMS: Cash or Approved Check
Required
Owner: Evelyn McHugh Estate
Professional Auction Management and Appraisals By
randy
Auction Service
Uelliff
Tioga, PA 1548-L 570-835-4214
The Area's FOREMOST Real Estate Auctioneers!
First Citizens Bank and
Sandy Oates, Co-Exec
to $l5 ea., old church $lOO, Winchester model
benches up to $65 ea., 67 22 rifle $320.
oak extension table Mark Click was the
$475, cobbler’s bench auctioneer.
FARM EQUIPMENT AUCTION
FRIDAY, JULY 14. 2000
9:00 AH
LOCATED AT A&C DIFFENBACH AUCTION INC.,
100 W. JACKSON ST., NEW HOLLAND, PA
TRACTORS: JD 7600 MFWD w/Cab, JD 4055 MFWD
w/Cab, AC 6060 w/Loader, JD 4020 Diesel WF, JD 301 -
A w/Blade, JD 2020 Diesel w/Loader, JD 2520 Diesel,
Case 580 D Loader Trac, And Many More Not Men
tioned
FARM EQUIPMENT: NH 824 Corn Head, Myers
Sprayer w/16 HP Kohler Engine, Deutz-Fahr KSI 70
Tedder Rake; NH 276 Baler; Rudolf-Bauer Irrigation
Unit, NH 355 Grinder Mixer; JD 246 Baler, JD 37
Loader, Knight 710 Slmger Spreader, Bushhog 8 Shank
Chisel Plow; NH #8 Forage Wagon, J&M Bin Wagon,
Gehl 188 Harvester; NH 353 Grinder Mixer, NH 273
Baler; Pequea PTO Tedder; Nl 323 Corn Picker;
Calumet Manure Pump; NH 890 Harvester; Gehl 1500
Round Baler; NH 455 Mower; Woods 6’ Pull Type Rotary
Mower; Ford 3pt Rake; JD 700 Grinder Mixer, MF 260
Harvester; Bullion Crimper, IH 430 Baler, Hyd Bale
Buster: And Many More Items Not Mentioned
Also Selling For Eberly Poultry Ashley SS-48 Scalder,
14’ Stainless Evisceration Trough, Various Size SS
Tables & Stands, Dual Pump Pressure Washer System,
SS Hand Sinks, 100 Gal LP Gas Hot Water Heater,
Carts, Dollies; Galvanized Chill Tanks, Used Plastic
Coops; Various Sizes Fans, Scales; Hoses; Knives;
Pans; Tubs, And Small Items, Portable Advertising Sign
w/Letters, Soda/Snack Vending Machines; Electric Gas
Pump; Hospital Bed.
THERE WILL BE AN ABSOLUTE SALE ROW OF
EQUIPMENT SOLD AT APPROX. 1:00 PM
ALL ADVERTISED ITEMS SUBJECT TO PRIOR
SALE. SOME EQUIPMENT SOLD DAILY.
RECEIVING DAYS - MONDAY THRU THURSDAY,
JULY 10THTHRU 13TH - 7:00 AM TO 5:00 PM
NO SMALL ITEMS RECEIVED ON FRIDAY.
SALE ORDER
9:00 AM - SALE STARTS
9:30 AM - LARGE EQUIPMENT
12 NOON - FARM TRACTORS
AFTER TRACTORS - CONSTRUCTION & CONTRAC
TOR EQUIPMENT
12:30 PM - LAWN & GARDEN EQUIPMENT
APPROX. 1:00 PM - ABSOLUTE ROW OF EQUIP.
A&CDIFFENBACH AUCTION INC
100 W Jackson St, PO Box 186
New Holland, PA 17557
Phone (717)355-7253
Fax (717) 355-9547
2.5 ACRE COUNTRY PROPERTY
WITH 2 SEPARATE DEEDS
In Warwick Township
PERSONAL PROPERTY
PUBLIC AUCTION
SATURDAY, JULY 22, 2000
Auction Time 9:00 A.M. Real Estate 1:00 P.M,
Location; Along Rt 772 between Rothsville & Lititz,
Warwick Township, Lancaster Co, PA
841 Rothsville Road,“Rt, 772” Lititz
BRICK RANCH HOUSE: With large eat-in kitchen, liv
ing room, 1 bedroom, full bathroom, 2-car finished garage
on Ist floor Full basement with finished bedroom or fami
ly room plus a 2nd 2-car garage, 200 amp service, elec
tric heat, double pane windows, well & septic system,
macadam driveway.
LARGE BANK BARN: Approx 44’x60’ with a separate
deed, lower level Is cemented with a bunk feeder, upstairs
is all open space. Barn Is in good condition with lots of ag
related possibilities, creek & pasture land on property
NOTE: Each property is approx 1 5 acre, 1 with the
house and 1 with the barn, to be offered in its entirety Lots
of possibilities including farm related business, horses,
storage, etc Contact Warwick Township with your ideas
OPEN HOUSE: Saturday, July 1 100 P.M to 3-00 P.M
Saturday, July 8 100 PM to 3-00 PM
or by appoint For appoint to see or help to obtain bank
financing contact Aaron E Martin at 733-3511
TERMS: 10% down payment at auction, balance at final
settlement on or before Sept 8, 2000
Attorney Michael P Kane, 299-5251
Auction By
PHARES M. WEAVER ESTATE
Elizabeth H. Weaver
626-5260 or 738-0932
Professional
auctioneering
Aaron
E
Martin auction service
410 West Church Rd
Ephrala, PA 17522
(717) 733-3511
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Alan Dilfenbach Auct ■ AU2258-L