McAfee / Hayes
Auction Service, LLC

Saturday April 16th
10:00 a.m.

As Andy and Erin have sold their home, they will sell the following located at 4453 Cougar Lane, Maywood, MO or 7 miles West of Hwy. 61 or 3 miles East of Durham, MO on Hwy 6.


     Oakwood Industries solid oak dining room table with 6 chairs (sells complete) also selling (4) matching swivel bar stools; Oakwood Industries large lighted china cabinet; 4 pc. Oak Furniture Gallery bedroom outfit to include: queen size bed with head and footboard, chest of drawers, large dresser with wing back mirror and night stand; 3 pc. oak finish bedroom outfit with queen size bed and (2) chest of drawers; 3pc. blonde bedroom outfit with full size bed, chest of drawers and dresser; like new "large" Jackson sectional sofa with lounge chair; 6 month old dual, power leather recliner, burnt orange color, center console; like new dual reclining wine colored leather sofa; (4) adjustable chrome leg pedestal bar stools; Grandfather clock; also selling a few common household items.

     Remington 870 Express 12 ga. turkey 21" BBL; Savage mod. 64 22 auto; Stevens Crackshot 22 cal. rifle; Belgium Browning semi auto 22 cal pistol; Lorcin Model 1 - 9 mm semi auto pistol; Crossman 400 repeater pellet rifle; Crossman 1070 pellet rifle; KNIVES: Remington "Boy Scout" pocket knife; Winchester 2 pc. knife set; Ruho "Germany" hunting knife; "King of the Praire" knife and coin set with 1 oz. silver; Bayonette; game cameras; camo Coats; Camo walkie talkie set; coyote call; tree stand; fishing pole; ice fishing sled, poles, ice auger and related items; 10' flat bottom Jon boat.

     (2) full size slot machines with tokens; neon lights to include: Budlight Lite Ice, Lite Beer and Schlitz on tap; Olympia Gold beer light, Lite Beer mirror; collection of vintage beer cans, bar glasses and other barware. COINS: 7 sets of gold and platinum P&D quarter sets; few 300 - 500 AD foreign coins; bronze "Ring Money" late 1800's S.W. Africa. COLLECTIBLES: Vintage looking pedestal gum ball machine; First National Bank "Train Tag" of Chicago agent owner; telegraph key; clay pipes; few post cards; collectible movie posters; few local adv. pieces; collectible military shell casing; wooden "practice" shell and other iron ariel bomb casing. Also selling Precious Moment snow globes and other collectibles.

     DeWalt compound mitre saw; cast iron frame Craftsman radial arm saw, 6" edger and router; KoBalt 30 gal. 155 PSI portable upright air compressor ; Porter cable twin tank portable air compressor; Hilti TE24 Hammer Drill; DeWalt jig saw; Ridgid chop saw; Makita palm sander; wheel house 5500 watt generator; (2) Kolbalt (table saw) adjustable stands; Stanley floor nailer; David White ALT6-900 auto level transit; Husky tool belts; self drilling screws; 2 boxes No. 8 double head nails; plywood clips; (3) side shaft engines; various 12 ga. (500' roll) electrical wire; few hand tools; Reese hitch inserts; ext. cords; shop lights; Lumber: (30)new 2x8x12', assorted length 2x12', (12) new treated 2x6x16', (3) 4x4 treated; Stihl 009L chain saw; Stihl FS 55 weedeater; garden seeder; 12 volt spot sprayer; 6 1/2' steel post; fence stretcher; electric ribbon fencing; LP weed burner; also selling 8' wheel disc.

The following is a partial list to include:

COLLECTIBLES: Sleepy-eye pitcher; washstand; wooden bed rails; large collection of Norman Rockwell including books, figurines, plates, and more; collection of bears including Cherished Teddies, Home Interiors and Boyd. Hundreds of 1980's ballcards, new in boxes; boxes of vintage kitchen utensils and silverware including Bakelite, silverplate, stainless, etc.

GLASSWARE: Set of Pfaltzgraff dishes; set of Mikassa china (Olivia) 61 pc. set of Royal Gadroon by Harker "Bridal Veil"; 32 pc. china "Carlsbad" Austria; 32 pieces King's Crown Blue Thumbprint including 12 sherberts, 8 wine, 6 ice tea/water, stemmed, pink Depression cups, saucers & miscellaneous; Waterford Crystal vase; Lenox vases; butter pats; salts; pattern glass; pressed cut glass; Irridescent glass including punch bowl with cups, glasses, 24 cups and miscellaneous serving pieces.

ADVERTISING ITEMS: Several boxes of advertising items from Quincy, Palmyra, Mendon, Carthage including Bunte's Paper Milk Caps, Gardner Denver, Knapheide, etc. Box of letters to George Ertel Company (incubators) dating 1899-1900; several 1930's Union pins plus miscellaneous other items.

BOTTLES: Soda bottles (many in wood cases) including 7-Up, Lanes, Pokagon, Pepsi, Sunkist, Coke, etc.; J.J. Flynn & Company; Quincy, IL and various other bottles.

LINENS: Several boxes of linens including doilies, dresser scarves, table cloths and much more.

INSULATORS:Approximately 2,000 insulators (all kinds and sizes) sold in large lots.

BOOKS: Several boxes of miscellaneous books including many medical, religious, vintage novels, collectible reference books, scrapbooks and many more to be unpacked (most of these books are vintage); boxes containing car manuals (many 1960's), Hemming Motor News, Popular Mechanics, Popular Electronics, IH and others; farm manuals and parts books; 1940-50s Mechanix Illustrated, 1970's People Magazine, Princess Diana books and magazines; old Jack and Jill magazines; 1930-70's Wyaconda Baptist Assn. annual meeting books; catalogs such as Sears, Spiegels, Disney, Penney's etc.; Also boxes of local advertising paper items.

INDIVIDUAL BOOKS:Two Century of Facts hard back books dated 1904 and 1905; one of each of the following hard backs, 1878 Harper's New Monthly Magazine, 1896 Scribner's, 1896 Munsey's and an 1893 Century Magazine; 1918 Automobile Blue Book; First edition of The Alaskan by James Oliver Curwood and Pearl S. Buck's Pavilion of Women. Many more boxes to unpack!

AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Make plans to attend. Sale full of like new and/or well cared for items. Lunch available. Terms cash or check with proper ID. Not responsible in case of accident or theft. Announcements made sale day take precedence over any advertisement. The above information is believed to be accurate; however, no liability for its accuracy, errors or omissions are assumed by the seller or auction service.

Andy and Erin Johnson
Ron and Mary Johnson, Sellers