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 Thursday afternoon, October 2nd @ 3:00PM

 LOCATION: On the farmstead at 11896 North Paepke Rd., Morley, MI 49336

DIRECTIONS: From Grand Rapids take US-131 north to the M-46 East exit # 120, east 2 miles to Northland Dr. (Old 131, Federal Rd.) north 2 ½ miles to Eisenhower Rd., east ½ mile to Paepke, south to auction. OR from Big Rapids take US-131 south to the Morley exit # 125 ( Jefferson Rd.) east 2 miles to Northland Dr. south 2 miles to Eisenhower Rd., east ½ mile to Paepke then south. (North edge of Montcalm Co.)

Due to the death of my husband, Walt Heminger, I have commissioned Art Smith Auctioneers to offer for sale at public auction items listed. The auction will take place on our farm at the location and time listed above. I invite you to attend and thank you for your consideration.

Thank you, Dorothy Heminger

NOTE: This farm has been in the family for over 150 years and 4 generations.
Some of the items are from past generations. The Oliver tractor was purchased new on this farm and always housed in the barn. The farm equipment is in field ready condition & the Ultra-Lite travel trailer is ready for your camping trip. Be sure to make plans to be in Northern Montcalm Co. for the start of this fine “country” auction on Thursday afternoon @ 3PM. The equipment will be in the field south of the barn on Wed. afternoon for your inspection. We will have off street parking, lunch wagon and port-a-jon for you convenience.

TERMS: Cash / check. Master Card or VISA with 3% service fee. We subscribe to Check Alert Inc. Not responsible for accidents or items once sold.


1955 Oliver Mod. Super 55, WF, 3pt., live PTO, 14.9 X 28” tires, fenders, with loader, manure bucket & snow plow. Ser. # 24425-518 (one owner, always housed)

 Early 1950’s Case Mod. SO, WF, PTO, fenders, (No ser. #)

3pt. 5’ brush hog
3pt. 7 shank, 7’ chisel plow with 2 depth wheels
3pt. King Kutter platform
3pt. John Deere 3bt. 16” plow
John Deere 3 sec. 12’ drag with hyd. set
John Deere 14’ wheel disc
John Deere # 5 hay mower (rear swivel wheel)
John Deere-Van Brunt Mod. FB-A, 15 hole grain drill with seeder
John Deere # 450 hay mower (pull type)
10’ cultipacker
5’ cultipacker
10’ field cultivator
NI # 751 hay conditioner
6 1/2’ X 10’ tandem axle trailer with side racks
H & H 5’ X 10’ utility trailer with side racks & ramp, (like new)
4’ X 7’ utility trailer, (rough)
16.9 X 30’ tractor tire
Tire chains (fit 14.9 X 28” tires)
2 rw. mounted cultivator, (fits Farmall C)


White / Outdoor Mod. LT 1650 Hydro, 18 HP twin lawn tractor
Air compressor
Drum pumps
8 HP B & S gas engine, horz. shaft (like new)
Battery charger
Mounted snow tires
5 HP B & S gas engine
Misc. shop tools
Lawn mowers
Shop cabinet
Fence charger
Many hub caps
(2) gas line trimmers
Chain saw
(2) 275 gal. fuel tanks
Wisconsin 1 cyl. gas engine with mag.
Irrigation pump
Elect. motors
Log chains
5.5 HP irrigation pump
Rakes, hoes, shovels, pitch forks etc. etc.
Other items found around the farm!


Ox yoke
Dump rake
Pennzoil 5 gal. can
McCormick-Deering cream separator
Milk can
Table radio
Milk can strainer
1947 Oliver calendar
Youth wagon
OAK T-back chair
Iron bed
(2) 10 gal. crocks
WWII, 1940’s Mechanix Illustrated, Popular Mechanics, Popular Science & others
35MM camera 


Chest freezer
Kenmore sewing machine in cabinet
Canning jars
OAK pedestal table with leaf & 4 press backed chairs


Olympic 12 ga. single shot
New Haven Mod. 250-CA .22 cal. auto load with scope
Road Rider fiberglass car top trunk
(2) minnow traps


1999 Thor “Aerolite S.E.” 26’ travel trailer, center kitchen, rear triple bunks, front bedroom, air conditioner, microwave/convection oven, LP/elect. refrigerator/freezer.

Ultra-Lite frame, gel-coat exterior, enclosed LP tanks. Made to be pulled by lighter type vehicles. Nice unit!!

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