Brethren Disaster Relief Auction ~ The Main Auction

Saturday, September 24

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saturdays-auction-4I never saw a mouse trap like this. ūüôā

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saturdays-auction-29Frank led in opening devotions and audience singing.

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saturdays-auction-19I know some of the auctioneers and runners, but since I don’t know each one, I will not give names.

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saturdays-auction-25A few of the auction organizers in conversation.

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saturdays-auction-34Linnea recording final bids.

saturdays-auction-35Meredith announcing the next item up for sale.

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saturdays-auction-37Kevin and Angela serve on the auction committee.

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saturdays-auction-38A 40th Anniversary pie in memory of Charlene who died suddenly earlier this year. Earl and Charlene served on the auction committee.

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saturdays-auction-43Orpha watering flowers before this container was sold.

saturdays-auction-44These marble rollers are handmade and one or two are sold each year. They often sell for $500 or more – beyond my budget.

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saturdays-auction-48These items were knitted by a blind woman.

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saturdays-auction-50I stayed until this Winross model truck was sold. It was the only thing on which I planned to bid – if it didn’t go too high. Cerwin drove a propane truck for Myer’s, and¬†was there for 40 years. However, the company changed names several times. Cerwin has two of these, so we didn’t need one, but Cerwin¬†didn’t want it to sell for under $40.00. It went for $170.00. I did not even bid.

Tomorrow night will be my final post for BDRA – the quilts.

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