Large antique oak mirrored buffet, large antique oak dining table with 2 leaves, oak dining chairs, upright piano with a pretty country "twang or honky tonk" tone (that's what I call it, lol...sounds great!) to the keys, antique Victrola, 2 treadle Singer sewing machines, fireplace screen set, china, glassware, Black Forest Cuckoo clock, GE washer/dryer, Kenmore refrigerator, Maytag portable dishwasher, cabinets, lighting, bedroom set, large cedar wardrobe....see photos, a variety of guy stuff in the garage like hand tools, painting supplies, garden tools, misc. spray paint & car cleaners, gas cans, large storage cabinet, air compresser, sump pump and more. June 26-28, Thursday - Saturday, 9A-3P; Fayetteville GA 170 Forrest Avenue: from downtown Fayetteville drive north on GA85, turn left on GA92 north (Checkers Burgers is on the corner at light), 3rd house on left. Parking in the yard to the back and side of house, do not block drive way, not safe to park on GA92.

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- We accept cash, most major credit cards and bank cards, no checks.
- Bring your own help to load large items and hand truck.
- No early sales! We start promptly at 9 AM.
- No prices are given out before sale.
- All sales are final, no refunds or exchanges, item's sold "as is/where is", examine your items carefully. We try to make note of any issues w/item, if any.
- Numbers will be available at 8:30 AM
- Not responsible for accidents
- Do not block driveway entrance
- thank you for coming.

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Meet My Dad!!

Meet My Dad!!
"Looking back, I thank God for my Christian parents. I thank God for His love for us. I thank God for the love within our family unit. I thank God that I was born and reared in rural America on a farm ... in Georgia." Lowell Hamlett

Reflections Of Yesterday On The Farm

In rememberance of my dad...
This is a great little booklet written by my dad, Lowell Hamlett. It is written as one line memories of growning up on the farm, 80 plus years ago. He has divided his book into seasons of the year: Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall.

Fall Memories:
"Hauling wagon loads of black jack oaks home from the mountains for fire wood."
"Learning to make syrup candy at home"
"How we hated to take medicine - especially Castor Oil and liver medicine."
"Spending entire days in the woods just enjoying the out-of-doors."
"The good smell of newly mown hay."
"How doctors gave up on my father in his illness of 1930, offering us no hope."
"How he not only recovered but lived another 32 years farming and doing carpenter work."
"Meeting a beautiful young lady, Nell Howell, in 1946 who would eventually become my wife, the mother of our five children, Ronald, Glenn, Beverly (me), Linda & Brenda (twins)."

Reflections of Yesterday on the Farm: $3.00