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ompanies that have been in business for a long time often have updated and changed the logo or slogan used in advertising. Collectors can usually identify the age of the ad from the words and pictures that were used.

Cracker Jack was first sold in 1896 from a cart in Chicago. The mixture of popcorn, molasses and peanuts, sometimes called the first junk food in America, was popular. It sold well at the Chicago World’s Fair and got even more notice when the familiar song sung at ballgames said, “Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jack.� The company developed a box that held a single serving, added coupons for prizes in 1910, then small toys in 1912, and in 2013, a code that leads to an online puzzle or game. The box has pictured the sailor boy (the founder’s son) and his dog Bingo since 1918, often changing their looks. This 9-by-14-inch die-cut cardboard store sign pictures an early version of the

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CURRENT PRICES Current prices are recorded from antiques shows, flea markets, sales and auctions throughout the United States. Prices vary in different locations because of local economic conditions.

It took $615 to buy this early Cracker Jack store sign. The sailor boy and dog are still on every box but with newer clothes and different features.

sailor boy. It sold at a Kimball Sterling auction for $615. The early toys are popular with collectors, and there is even a Cracker Jack Collectors Association. The most expensive prize? The baseball card series from 1914-15, worth over $100,000.

Countertop scale, silver-tone scoop pan, fan shaped measure, gilt, Stimpson Computing Co., 19 1/4 inches, $275. Netsuke, wood, boy climbing on reclining ox, Japan, 1800s, 1 1/2 inches, $360. Goose decoy, black head, white cheeks, black wings, tan breast, white tail, 24 inches, $445. Still bank, palace, spire, stairs to balcony, painted red brick, Ives Blakeslee, c. 1885, 8 x 8 inches, $760. Scrimshaw, walrus, “Seven mermaids,� rocks, seaside, clouds, Michael Cohen, 11 x 3 inches, $1,080. Royal Worcester tea set, revolving tray, teapot, waste bowl, creamer, 4 cups and saucers, blue and white flowers, porcelain, c. 1880, $1,080. Hitching post, animal mask finial, iron, T.R. Pullis, c. 1880, 60 inches, $1,350. Writing desk, Sevres style, kingwood, tulipwood, gilt bronze mounts, 2 drawers, flowers, cabriole legs, 58 x 30 inches, $1,780. Stoneware jug, cobalt blue swag and heart cartouche, pulled strap handle, stamped David Morgan, c. 1800, 17 x 11 inches, $4,610. Silver tea and coffee set, “Circa ‘70,� coffee pot, teapot, sugar and creamer, ebony handle, tray, Donald Coleflesh for Gorham, $9,840.

black sticker on the front of her dress says “July.� A second sticker says “Josef Originals.� Some of the sticker is gone. The hang tag has a little poem. What is the value of the doll?

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A bold plant that has a small ‘footprint’

N MY LIVING room floor once sat a clerodendron plant, a gift that became an indoor oasis of lush greenery and clusters of red-tipped white flowers. Problem was that I had to tiptoe among the plant’s sprawling stems each time I wanted to raise or lower the nearby window shade. Perhaps I should have graciously refused this clerodendron, as I once refused a split leaf philodendron whose enormous, shiny leaves would have swallowed up as much floor space as a coffee table. What is sometimes needed in a houseplant is a bold plant, but one with a small “footprint.” Such a plant has replaced that clerodendron. My new plant is variously called candelabra cactus, hatrack cactus, or dragon-bones, all of which describe it adequately. The plant is not a cactus at all, but a euphorbia, evidenced by the milky sap that oozes out of cut stems. It does, indeed, look like a cactus, a saguaro cactus, not prickly but with similarly thick, upright stems that branch to make arms. The stems look like what dragon-bones might look like: thick, three-sided, with paired spines running down the ridges and a milky green

line dripping down each of Letting them sit out on a the three flat faces. A few tabletop was the best I could small, spoon-shaped leaves for them anyway for the few now cap the very ends of each days until I returned home. branch. Once home, I stuck the base Flowers? No, dragon-bones of each of the stems into a has never been known to mix of peat moss and perlite, flower. watered, then Too bad, The stems look like watered again because what dragon-bones only when the its flowmix was bone might look like: ers might dry. Rooting be quite thick, three-sided, and growth spectacular soon followed. with paired spines if they were Difficulty running down the anything in growing like those of ridges and a milky dragon-bones its cousins, cannot be green line dripping also poinsettia a reason that down each of the and crownyou see it so of-thorns. three flat faces. A few rarely offered. For some plant can small, spoon-shaped The reason, you be pruned at leaves now cap the anytime, which don’t often see dragis how I keep very ends of each on-bones my plant at 4 branch. for sale, or feet rather than even mentioned in gardenletting it become the 15 foot ing books. The plant is easy high wall of greenery that it enough to propagate, though. was in St. Croix. My first plant started out as My plant summers in an impenetrable hedge that I dappled shade on the deck, happened upon during a visit drinking mostly natural to the tropical island of St. rainfall although I give it ocCroix. As soon as I saw this casional water and fertilizer hedge, I got out a knife and when I think of it. As with took cuttings: two pieces of other succulents, too much stem, each a half-foot or so in length. Like those of other succulents, dragon-bones cuttings root best if initially allowed to dry out and callus over.

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Farmhouse style, minus the kitsch

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outhern or farmhouse style is certainly having a moment.

Many homeowners crave a cozy retreat, particularly as the outside world feels increasingly harsh and polarized. And the style, long a staple in rural areas, has become an aspirational look for urban homes as well, in part thanks to HGTV and shows such as “Fixer Upper” that have brought the aesthetic to a broader audience. Some would say, though, that the overuse of the look has pushed it into kitsch territory. Kim Leggett, of City Farmhouse in Franklin, Tennessee, author of “City Farmhouse Style,” says the key is to keep things simple, relaxed, natural and unfussy. “Rooms don’t have to be cohesive with each other” in a farmhouse-style home, Leggett says, “and I think that’s part of the attraction for designers and homeowners. We’re all so busy that when we come home, we want to walk into a space that feels warm and cozy.”

Here are her suggestions, for creating a comfortable space with a farmhouse vibe — minus the cliches. No mass-produced pieces Part of the kitsch problem, Leggett says, is that a lot of big-box retailers sell mass-produced items to capitalize on the farmhouse trend. But in reality, the style is best created with authentic pieces. “It’s just more of a storied approach to design,” she adds. Instead of searching Pinterest or Instagram for inspiration, Leggett suggests turning to books and magazines from 10 to 20 years ago for a more authentic version of the aesthetic. Leggett likes Architectural Digest, Country Living and other shelter magazines, or books such as “New Farmhouse Style” by Terry John Woods. Then shop local antique shops, flea markets and thrift stores to find items you love. When choosing furniture, go with a minimalist approach, Leggett says. “Farmhouse style is not formal or fussy. Select furnishings that are simple in design with straight lines, kind of like the Shaker-style furniture.”

are timeworn. Shop antique or vintage stores, she says, and look for somewhat muted colors. One Kings Lane also has new and vintage rugs.

Kim Leggett prefers neutral walls and upholstery to get an authentic farmhouse style. In this renovated Brooklyn brownstone, a simple tufted sectional anchors the space. (ALISSA SAYLOR)

Keep it neutral “Most design mistakes are the result of color,” Leggett says. She suggests keeping the walls white. She likes Dune White from Benjamin Moore and Pure White from Sherwin-Williams, saying they work well in both large and small spaces and complement both white and gray upholstery. Leggett prefers white sofas to keep things light and bright. Although she generally recommends antiques and one-of-a-kind items, this is one area where she says to buy new. You want your seating to be comfortable (to match that laid-back decor),

and newer pieces are better for everyday lounging. She shops Pottery Barn and One Kings Lane for Southern/ farmhouse-style upholstered seating. Warm up the neutral walls and furniture with colorful accessories, including pillows (check out the collection from At Home, Leggett says) and area rugs. “A rug is the best place to start if you want to incorporate some color,” Leggett says. Because it’s on the floor, it’s a little more subtle than putting a bold color on your walls. She likes vintage or Persian rugs with some wear or fading that give the sense that they

Make accessories the star “Accessories are the jewels of the space,” Leggett says. But choose them carefully. They should be conversation pieces, rather than generic items purchased online. Instead of a cliche saying, either in a frame or painted on the wall, assemble a collage of vintage portraits or prints in interesting frames. A special mirror over a large piece of furniture is a great way to create a focal point and make a space seem larger, Leggett says in an email.

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An ‘office’ that will fit any space

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VERY HOUSEHOLD needs a dedicated space to take care of business—a place to pay bills, do homework or plan a menu. The reality, however, is that many homes simply lack the space for a full-size desk, much less an office, so paperwork usually winds up spread out on the kitchen table. Now there’s a do-it-yourself way to keep paperwork neat and organized no matter how much space is available.

Combining refined good looks with space-saving practicality, this handsome roll-top secretary looks good and fits almost anywhere. The project features three pigeonholes under a neat tambour top above and a convenient pullout writing surface and three big drawers below. The secretary calls mostly for straight cuts of oak and oak plywood (as pictured; other species will work), and all of the curved pieces are traced from full-size

patterns. Easy enough for most woodworkers, construction is simple. First, cut out the pieces and assemble the lower cabinet, drawers and pull-out desktop. Next, assemble the upper section with the tambour cover. To finish, combine the two. The roll-top secretary measures about 42 inches tall by 28 inches wide by 18 inches deep. The Roll-Top Secretary, plan No. 933, is $10.95 and includes step-by-step directions with pho-

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AMHERST Susan L. Sprung to Samuel L. Titelman, 25 Greenleaves Drive, $228,000. Nancy H. Brose, trustee, and Nancy H. Brose Revocable Trust to John Hosp and Jessica Moore, 36 Triangle St., $500,000. Julio A. Giarrusso and Orca F. Giarrusso to Jonathan W. Plant and Elaine K. Plant, 236 Middle St., $330,000. Brian K. Vlach, trustee, Vlach Family Irrevocable Trust, Brian K. Vlach and David F. Vlach to Lisa M. DePiano and Javiera Benavente, 12 Frost Lane, $275,000. Teresa Pratt Ramsay to Weiyang Li, 5 Salem St., and 8 Salem Place, $158,000.

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Anna Kruczek to Krzysztof Laskowski, 11 Sherwood St., $170,000.

Michael Withey and Tracy Withey to Bangkok Yang and Weiping Zeng, 410 Franklin St., $326,000.

Anthony L. Couture II, and Josephine Couture to Taija N. Newton and Christian D. Roberts, 60 Beaumont Ave., $300,000.

Wilmington Savings Fund Society FSB, trustee, and Stanwich Mortgage Loan Trust A to SNAB LLC, 121 South Washington St., $210,000. Leeanne M. LeClerc to Roland A. LeClerc, Rockrimmon Street, $100. Scott M. Bonafini, Stephanie C.M. Bonafini and Stephanie C.M. Barthelette to Eben P. Wood and Kathyrn E. Carr, 12 Barrett St., $310,000.

Donald D. Miele and Ellen M. Miele to Andrew P. Theberge and Michele L. Theberge, 195 Royal St., $361,500. Fannie Mae and Federal National Mortgage Association to Nathan Howell, 190 Asselin St., $160,150.

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Liliane J. Imbier to William R. Imbier and Jacqueline M. Korzec, 10 Mountainview Drive, $100.

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CHICOPEE Alexander P. Seymour and Erica Seymour to Tyler J. Midura and Vanessa Ruiz, 35 Irene St., $215,000. Allan A. Rheaume to Paulette S. Day, 17 Mitchell Drive, Unit R10, $114,900.

Donald D. Fitzgerald to Kyle J. Mailman and Stephanie L. Mailman, 19 Juniper Lane, $290,000.

Jill-Beth Veronica Sweeney to Benneth G. Phelps, 80 Baptist Hill Road, $254,000.

George M. Quinlan Jr., to Pioneer Housing LLC, 379 Porter Road, $140,000.

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David M. Murphy and Linda A. Murphy to Richard W. Labonte, 45 Oakdale St., $207,000.

Kent Pecoy & Sons Construction Inc., to Antonietta G. Montefusco, 6 Capri Drive, $539,000.

Debora A. Brown, “aka” Deborah A. Brown, Stephen P. Maisner and Gail M. Streeter to Henry Komosa, 222 Upper Road, $330,000.

Kimberlee A. Bretta, representative, and Ruth L. Bretta, estate, to John H. Makara, 11 Speight Arden, $190,000.

Joseph E. Carey and Kristin M. Carey to Karen L. Peterson and Richard W. Peterson. 34 Graves Street, $260,000

Michele L. Brodeur to Katlyn Brodeur and Bruce Detata, 35 Melvin Ave., $195,000. Philip L. Abair and Angela R. Abair to Kayla M. Delgado and Kenny R. Rodriguez, 5 Fifth Street, $284,000.

Benjamin S. Bennett and Jennifer L. Bennett to Joseph E. Carey and Kristin M. Carey, 340 Greenfield Road, $265,000. William F. Rotkiewicz Jr., and Mary Ann Alber, “fka” Mary Ann Rotkiewicz, to Gretchen Bysiewski and Joseph Bysiewski, North Main Street, $30,000.

Joseph S. Veronikowski to Jeffrey B. O’Connor and Cathy A. O’Connor, 23-25 Beverly St., $160,000. JPMorgan Chase Bank to Lachenauer LLC, 71 Fairview Ave., $141,960. Karen Leona Watts to Alexis Taylor Elliott, 792 McKinstry Ave., $180,000. Kimberly A. Morrissette and Kimberly A. Kenneson to Taitiana Rodriguez, 109 Woodstock St., $242,500. Ninis Real Estate LLC, to Luigi Dibenedetto Jr., trustee, and 970 Chicopee Street Realty Trust, trustee of, 970 Chicopee St, $100,000.

EAST LONGMEADOW Brian M. Carey to Michelle Forbes, 357 Somers Road, $183,000.

Ronald J. Cutler to Michael John Rowe, 40 Alpine Ave., $299,000.

EASTHAMPTON Dominic Kirchner II, trustee, and Laurels Realty Trust to Christopher Michael Amado, 6 David Richardson Circle, $346,500. Michael J. Grabowski and Dorothy Grabowski to Rebecca Bucala, trust-

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Ree S. Mozeleski to Joseph M. Kibe. 22 Greenfield Road. $149,900.

Bruce Mailhott to Maen M. Alasmi, Hana H. Al Masri and Hana H. Al Masri, 193 Wildermere St., $266,000.

Joseph Bodzinski and Rita Bodzinski to Quabbin Realty Holdings LLC, 18 Sargent St., $100.

Henry E. Whitlock and Hilary Whitlock to Daniel Wesley Shelton and Tessa C. Shelton, 205 North St., $675,000.

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LEGEND: The rate and annual percentage rate (APR) are effective as of the publication date. The APR may increase after consummation and may vary. Payments do not include amounts for taxes and insurance. The fees set forth for each advertisement above may be charged to open the plan (A) Mortgage Banker, (B) Mortgage Broker, (C) Bank, (D) S&L, (E) Credit Union, (BA) indicates Licensed Mortgage Banker, NYS Banking Dept., (BR) indicates Registered Mortgage Broker, NYS Banking Dept., (loans arranged through third parties). “Call for Rates” means actual rates were not available at press time. All rates are quoted on a minimum FICO score of 740. Conventional loans are based on loan amounts of $165,000. Jumbo loans are based on loan amounts of $424,100. Points quoted include discount and/or origination. Lock Days: 30-60. Annual percentage rates (APRs) are based on fully indexed rates for adjustable rate mortgages (ARMs). The APR on your specific loan may differ from the sample used. Fees reflect charges relative to the APR. If your down payment is less than 20% of the home’s value, you will be subject to private mortgage insurance, or PMI. FHA mortgages include both UFMIP and MIP fees based on loan amount of $165,000 with 5% down payment. VA mortgages include funding fees based on loan amount of $165,000 with 5% down payment. The Republican does not guarantee the accuracy of the information appearing above or the availability of rates and fees in this table. All rates, fees and other information are subject to change without notice. The Republican does not own any financial institutions. Some or all of the companies appearing in this table pay a fee to appear in this table. If you are seeking a mortgage in excess of $424,100, recent legislation may enable lenders in certain locations to provide rates that are different from those shown in the table above. Sample Repayment Terms-ex. 360 monthly payments of $5.29 per $1,000 borrowed ex. 180 monthly payments of $7.56 per $1,000 borrowed. We recommend that you contact your lender directly to determine what rates may be available to you. To access the NMLS Consumer Access website, please visit www.nmlsconsumeraccess.org. To appear in this table, or report any inaccuracies call 413-788-1050.


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Deeds CONTINUED FROM PAGE F7 ee, and Grabowski Family Irrevocable Trust, 6 Clark Lane, $100. Thelma M. Boulanger, Donna M. Geis and Lee J. Boulanger to Barbara D. Kasper and Lewis R. Scott, 351 Main St., and 355 Main St., $242,000.

GILL Jacqueline L. Wisotsky to Denise L. Hunt, 138 West Gill Road, $362,000.

GRANBY Bedrock Financial LLC, trustee, and Tennessee Jed Realty Trust to Premier Home Builders Inc., 82-8B East St., $35,000. Carol Peltier, trustee, and Theresa A. Peltier Revocable Trust to Charles E. Yon, 377 East State St., $245,000. Elaine M. Bergeron, Fred H. Fanning and Alan Nathanson Sharpe to John C. Pierce Jr., John C. Pierce and Ana Paula Ramos De Almeida, 126 Batchelor St., $220,000. Mountain Stream LLC, to David Graffum and Maureen Graffum, Amherst Street, $119,000. James A. Kumiega and Francine M. Kumiega to John Placzek and Bonnie Placzek, Carver Street, $45,000.

LLC, 1417 Bernardston Road/Bernardston Road, $460,000.

L. Santiago to Damion R. Reid, 43 Ashley Road, $273,000.

Paul F. Sirum to Suhua, 717 Bernardston Road, $272,500.

Michael T. Bellingham and Melissa J. Bellingham to Sarah A. Fefer, 47 Cherry Hill, $290,000.

HADLEY Joan G. O’Connell to Leigh S. Daniels, Stephen M. Montemagni and Scott B. Daniels, 16 Hawley Road, $280,000. Tamara Pascoe, Tamara L. Pascoe, trustee, Jennifer Nigrini, trustee, Jennifer Lynn Nigrini, trustee, Jennifer L. Nigrini, trustee, and Jennifer Nigrini & Tamara Pascoe Joint Revocable Trust to Evelin Szymborn and Nicholas Simmons, 43 East St., $515,000. Camella World Peace and David J. Logan to Lauren Magri and Margaret M. Magri, Laurel Drive, $1,200. Camella World Peace, David J. Logan and Camella World Peace, attorney-in-fact, to Lauren Magri and Margaret M. Magri, 24 Laurel Drive, $698,800.

HAMPDEN David E. Lloyd, David E. Lloyd Sr., and Marion Lloyd to Brandon C. Lane, 21 Charles St., $248,000. James D. Smith, representative, Lawrence F. Smith, estate, David L. Smith and Sheila J. Bowen to Dana M. Rivard, 130 Scantic Road, $195,000.

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George G. Gifford to Timothy R. Drost and Anna B. Drost, 291 East State St., Cornerstone Homebuying LLC, to $97,500. Shannon E. Fogwill, 8 Allen Hill Road, $215,000. Sarah Lince to Mark A. Rattelle Jr., and Erin E. McCarthy, 36 High St., Diane M. Rhodes-Gregoire to Robert $285,000. Anton Eichmuller III, and Carol M. Eichmuller, 2 Linder Road, $250,100.

GREENFIELD Ilze S. Meijers Estate, “aka” Ilze Meijers Estate, Anne L. Meijers, personal representative, to Veaceslav Falceanu and Igor Komerzan, 13 Power Court, $73,000. George R. Marchacos and Nancy J. Marchacos to James C. Welch, 151 Silver Street, $165,900. Charlene A. Currie and Thomas R. Currie to Walter Kim Boas and Leslie E. Smith, 32 Peabody Lane/Highland Avenue Ext., $428,000. Vera D. Sofronovici to Katherine A. Dew, 28 Princeton Terrace, Unit 28, Meadowview Manor Condominium, $112,000. Leslie A. LaPointe and Nancy S. LaPointe to Benegan2 LLC, 21 High Street., $285,000. Maureen E. Butynski to Debran Brocklesby and Jessica L. Mullins, 202 Chapman St., $97,000. Northeast Sustainable Energy Association Inc., to Baymark Health Services Inc., 50 Miles St., $240,000. Kittredge Industries LLC, to Pacifico Energy North America Properties

Ralph J. Tortoriello and Cheryl L. Tortoriello to Brian Sacerdote, Island Road, $10,000.

HOLYOKE Corbin A. Lavertu to Estelle M. Stasz, 31 Valley Heights, $199,900. Donald A. Buehler, representatiave, William R. Day, estate, and William Day, estate, to Jazmin Acevedo Martinez, 45-47 Brown Ave., $89,000. Edmund G. Woods Jr., and Margaret F. Woods to Christine E. Lloyd, Longfellow Road, $80,000. Javiera Benavente and Lisa M. Depiano to Sara A. Bedford and Margaret R. Whitehead, 160 Pearl St., $227,000. Jean M. Wenzel to Marjorie J. Plummer and Ernest L. Plummer, 7 Radcliffe St., $230,000. John W. Anderson Jr., to Megan P. Anderson, 214 Madison Ave. West, $250,000. Kelly J. Canniff and Kelly J. Hellstein to Jaimie A. Fallon and Marie E. Fallon, 20 Princeton St., $210,000. Kimberly A. Santiago and Victor

Nicole Pagnoni to Kaitlin E. Kelly and Janexie Pagnoni, 99 Sheehan Drive, $233,500. Richard W. Gauthier and Patricia A. Gauthier to Janexie Pagnoni and Nicole M. Pagnoni, 114 Vermont St., $280,000.

LONGMEADOW Brenda L. Hannon to Henry M. Downey, Henry Michael Downey and Regina M. Downey, 187 Westmoreland Ave., $246,500. Ellen Tracy Johnson and Katherine Killeen to Anthony L. Couture and Josephine B. Couture, 106 Duxbury Lane, $355,000. Hamed Jalaeian to Jason Keck, 387 Williams St., $370,000. John Sherburne, conservator, Barbara Daboul and Barbara D. Daboul to Meadows RE LLC, 48 Willow Brook Road, $336,000. Laura K. Corwin and Laura Kuperman-Corwin to Michael Gralia and Samantha J. Gralia, 96 Inverness Lane, $290,000. Leah J. Schiavina, Jean B. Sherlaw, Shirley A. Bernarducci, Pauline M. Monteleone, Debra Jordan, Debra A. Manesiotis, Gary W. Sherlaw, Ronald M. Bernarducci and David M. Jordan to Brenda Y. Carroll, 120 Meadowlark Drive, $238,000.

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$15,000. Glenys E. Cutler to JBK Capital Advisors LLC, 32 Bunyan Road, $23,000. JBK Capital Advisors LLC, to Pioneer Valley Artspace Inc., 32 Bunyan Road, $70,000. Leonard S. Remaly and Michelene C. Remaly to Christopher N. Russell, 180 Hovey Road, $485,000. Michael Partlow, Robert E. Mason, representative, and Erika G. Mason, estate, to Judith Fitzgerald, 26 Bunyan Road, $42,500. Warka Associates LLC, to Amanda L. Delanski and Eric Scalise, 17 Bethany Road, $223,500.

MONTAGUE Max P. Pepper Estate, Thomas Adam Pepper, personal representative, to Chad M. Sumner and Jade N. Sumner, 53 Old Sunderland Road, $289,000.

John C. Mazeski Jr., and Joyce C. Mazeski to Grant T. Martin, 235 Florence Road, $205,000. Christopher J. Plewa and Pawel Misniakiewicz to Erin S. Stathis and James F. Lowe, 199 Brookside Circle, $280,000.

ORANGE Trifera LLC, by attorney, Selene Finance LP, attorney, to Bernard Fleming and Marie Fleming, 145 Chestnut Hill Road, $84,500. Katherine Donahue to Richard A. Anair, Jr. 521 Oxbow Road. $230,000 James E. Cornwell and Judy M. Cornwell to Oliver C. Toupense, 1 Prescott Lane, $289,900.

PALMER NORTHFIELD Deanna E. Witherell and Joshua D. Witherell to Susan Fisher, Wayne Fisher, Keith Stark and Sarah Stark, 20 Alexander Hill Road, $334,000 Donald J. Townsend and Leslie Krichko-Townsend to Donald Kurt Nelson and Patricia Nelson,14 Wood Way, $20,000. Steven M. Bednarski and Michelle A. Bednarski to Alyson Fisher and Charles Fisher., South Mountain Road, $35,000.

Amanda L. Bolio, “fka” Amanda L. Hill, and Joshua D. Bolio to Matthew Pamela N. Grant to Edward Michael Tremble and Mark Jason Tremble, 164 R. Brown and Kara J. Brown, 12 Lyman Hill Road, $219,000. Burbank Road, $275,000.

LUDLOW

Mary A. Saidel, trustee, and Mary Saidel Family Trust to Mary A. Saidel and Martha M. Klaczak, 266 Audubon Road, $100.

NORTHAMPTON

Alexander S. Harrington to Thomas S. Harrington II, 1015 Foster St., $30,000. Karen King, representative, and Gordon H. Christiansen, estate, to Paul George Corey, Thompson St., $37,500. Lori A. Barbeau and Anthony M. Plescia to Chad N. Thompson and Sara Thompson, 210 Thompson St., $15,000. Nicole C. Domnarski to Tara Tunney, 56 Olney Road, $272,000. Thomas S. Harrington III, to Thomas S. Harrington II, 1015 Foster St., $30,000.

PELHAM

Alicia M. Moorhouse to Matthew T. Lively, 63 Pond St., $180,000.

Jane G. Pemberton to Isaiah Weiss Emerson Way LLC, to MRC Enterpris- and Lilia Teal, 69 Arnold Road, es LLC, 211 Emerson Way, $127,500. $675,000.

Chocorua Realty Investments LLC, to Lindsay W. Forcum, 130 Kirkland Ave., $204,900.

Aaron B. Walker and Maryanne B. Morris to Kristen A. Schafenacker, 324 Bridge St., $277,000.

David A. Lord to Dianne M. Easley, 7 Ventura St., $230,000.

Matthew Roth-Katz and Esther Roth-Katz to Justin T. Fermann and Bridget C. Macdonald, 67 Vernon St., $379,000.

Lavoie Development Corp., to Joao P. Matias and Maria C. Matias, 517 Ideal Lane, Unit 613, $329,900. Michael J. Rowe to Andrew C. Natario, 33 Haswell Circle, $215,500.

MIDDLEFIELD Maryann Wash to Jonathan Freiermuth and Catya Belfer, 172 Skyline Trail, $140,000.

MONSON Douglas C. Warka, estate, and Agnes Ting, representatiave, to Dustin B. Raney and Lindsy M. Raney, 9 Bethany Road, $255,000. Geraldine A. Mariani to Tim Real Estate LLC, 14 Lakeshore Drive,

Mineral Hills Realty LLC, to Fenessa R. Hayde, 129 Glendale Road, $149,900. Mineral Hills Realty LLC, to Ruth A. Bonilla-Cuaresma, 133 Glendale Road, $149,900.

RUSSELL Holly A. Prater to Marsha K. Montori, 468 Westfield Road, $50,000.

SHELBURNE Robert Liebenow, “aka” Robert B. Liebenow, to Justin Norman, Smead Hill Road, $3,500.

Deangelis Realty Trust, Kristine Deangelis and Kayel Guy Deangelis, Jr., trustees, to Joseph Dylan Geary, Richard G. Guzowski to Pauline J. Paige Leigh Montague and Susan Ovens and Deanna B. Scarfe, 64 Non- Lynn Sumer, 80 Bardwell’s Ferry otuck St., $204,000. Road, $692,500. George W. Kriebel Jr., Cornelia Claire Frierson and Cornelia C. Frierson to SHUTESBURY Brian Adams and Edith M. Phippen, 9 Hayward Road, $450,000. Laurence E. Lindquist and Barbara M. Michael T. Thurston and Emily Susan Lindquist to Anna Mancebo and Michael Stotz, 26 Lake Drive, $210,000. Wojcik to Melissa C. Patterson-Serrill and William Douglas Serrill, 15 Upland Road, $292,000. SEE DEEDS, PAGE F9


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SOUTH HADLEY Emerald City Rentals LLC, to Adam Reid, 51 Bardwell St., $193,000. Pamela J. Tessier and Kevin T. Mickna to Christine J. Walton, 145 Old Lyman Road, $180,000. Michael F. Bozek and Nancy E. Bozek to Catherine M. Bozek, Stonybrook Way, $100. James R. Hopewell, personal representative, and Phyllis Ann Hopewell, estate, to James M. Hamel and Donna M. Hamel, 58 Alvord Place, $266,800. Gina M. Lord to Bonnie M. Boornazian and James R.V. Mercer, 9 Berywn Street Extension, $300,000. Michelle N. Theroux to Gina Lord, 9 Misty Court, $490,000.

Angelo Nicholas Della Ripa to Sergey Dikan, Calhoun Street, $8,000. Anthony Bourget to Jimarie Quinonez, 44 Larchmont St., $148,000. Anthony Gallerani and Patricia R. Gallerani to Patricia R. Gallerani, 267 Fountain St., $100. Beatrix Kenney Stavros to Shelley Cotton, 94 Yorktown Drive, Unit G-107, $184,500. Betsy A. Cavanaugh and William W. Cavanaugh to Racheal A. Williams, 135 Victoria St., $125,000. Beverly A. Frisby to Hedge Hog Industries Corp., 72 Mapledell St., $79,500. Brital1987 LLC, to Justin Braica, 41 Lancaster St., $207,500.

SOUTHWICK Barbara J. Rogers to Jonathan W. Weber and Suzanne V. Weber, 6 Ferrin Drive, $415,000.

Della Ripa Real Estate LLC, to Cig4 LLC, 4 Brittany Road, $124,300.

Dianne Lemay to Elizabeth Rosario, 28 Griffin St., $160,000. Elizabeth Warner to Ashley Nicole Felici ano Soto, 17 Leland Drive, $172,000.

Catherine A. Connelly to Eve Crampton, 254 Vining Hill Road, $200,000.

Nicks Affordable Home Improvement Inc., receiver, Dorothy Mae Flowers and Springfield City Code Enforcement Housing, to AAD LLC, 56 Randall Place, $91,444.

Harley J. Dulude Jr., and Valerie K. Dulude to Joseph John Narkawicz, One Overlook Lane, $655,000.

Flores Development LLC, to Gabriel Colon and Nicole Quintana, 140 Chestnut St., Unit 601, $49,000.

Kimberly L. Porter to Robin Goodsell, 21 Shaggbark Drive, $227,000.

Grahams Construction Inc., to Doris Osiimwe Johnson, 52 Elaine Circle, $363,000.

Leonard C. Faria and Susan J. Faria to Anthony D. Cropanese and Ellen E. Cropanese, 7 Kimberly Drive, $300,000.

SPRINGFIELD AAD LLC, to Liudmila Vasileva, 56 Randall Place, $123,500. Acles LLC, to Sharon Luyando, 32-34 Dearborn St., $150,000. Adam P. Gauthier to Jacqueline Holden, 31 Delaware Ave., $309,900. Althea Carter to Vanessa Montero and Lee Hutchins, 275 Morton St., $199,900. Andrew D. Galaska and Anna L. Galaska to Tami Mach and Cliff Chak, 98 Gilman St., $172,000.

Joseph H. Lander Jr., and Geraldine R. Lander to Cynthia Davis, 13-15 Rathbun St., $111,000. Judith A. Henderson to Ronald L. Mitchell Sr., 73 Mary Coburn Road, $200,000. Kevin George to Michael L Wilson and Kimberly Wilson, 15 Angelica Drive, $315,000. Kyeesha L. Weaver and Kyeesha L. Clayborne to Tareka K. Leialoha, 3 Dennis St., $85,000. Kyle J. Mailman and Stephanie L. Mailman to Michele Brodeur, 200 Dayton St., $224,000. RLTY Development Springfield LLC, to 1665 Main Street LLC, 1665 Main St., $285,000.

Carly Muniz to Ram Gurung, 35 Arca- Leonard Santamaria and Randi Santamaria to William Gruber, trustee, dia Boulevard, $248,000. and Kristen Wood Special Needs Carolyn A. Couture to Gail M. Corliss, Trust, trustee of, 39 Nassau Drive, 124 Joan St., $210,000. $95,000. Catfish Properties LLC, to James Leticia Rivas to Sandra Delcid, 47-49 McKelvin, 30 Hebron St., $160,000. Merwin St., $175,000.

Kelly A. Dwyer and Emily C. Poulton to Drew T. Brzoska and Savannah L. Christian B. Wiernasz and Christian Gates, 353 North Main St., $242,000. Wiernasz to Ryan S. Carignan and Nicole S. Stetzer and Gary C. Capone Ryan Smith Carignan, 11-13 Lorimer to Michelle N. Theroux, 259 Lathrop St., $234,700. St., $345,000. Christina M. Dooney, Christina M. Brant S. Lingle and Erin E. Lingle to Boutot and Patrick M. Dooney to Pamela Jean Borgatti and Morgan Olivia Kynard, 29 Pheasant Drive, Manuel Mendes, 68 Granby Road, $221,000. $260,000. David J. Fontaine to Andrew Brian Sawyer and Jaclyn Phyllis Curtis, 231 Mary Coburn Road, $215,000. SOUTHAMPTON James K. Patenaude, trustee, and James K. Patenaude Trust to Nielsson T. Arcibal and Lauren E. Arcibal, 7 Donna Marie Way, $480,000.

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Hedge Hog Industries Corp., to Peggy A. Marchant, 30 Beechwood Ave., $256,000. James C. Durand to Tay Nguyen, 200 Slater Ave., $160,000. James W. Fiore and Darlene Fiore to Catheline Maldonado, 89 Haskin St., $155,000. Jeffrey B. Sagalyn, representative, Lynne Anne Govoni, estate, Lynne Govoni, estate, Lynne Foley, estate, and Kelsey A. Govoni to Bruce A. Lackey Jr., 136 Fieldston St., $133,000. Jose A. Pena and Celia Y. Pena to Waleed Abdo Abbas and Francis J. Abbas-Rivera, 24 Bevier St., $135,000.

Louise A. Young to Nelly N. Hernandez, 190-192 Jasper St., $168,000. Luis A. Crespo-Andino Jr., to JJJ17 LLC, 1604 Dwight St., $35,000.

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Mildred Ave., $200,000.

Lois M. Wright to Ebi Poudyel and Springfield Homes LLC, to Edith Agu- Phul Bhattarai, 440 Massachusetts Ave., $240,000. ilar, 98-100 Andrew St., $130,000. Michael J. Sweeney to Michael C. Stephen E. Cichonski to Benvenuto Cosentini, 21 Copeland St., $150,000. Martone and Colleen Shea-Martone, 84 Cedar Woods Glen, $580,000. Tok Chang and Flora Tung to Rosa Raymond A. Yvon, Stephanie Yvon, I. Saldana, 80 Chapin Terrace, Lynn Yvon and Ronald A. Yvon to $207,000. Abobaker A. Aljaddah, Penrose Tolanda C. Davis, representative, Street, $216,000. Talanda C. Davis, representative, William J. Blake and Janet T. Blake to and Mildred Goodman, estate, to Pavel Mashnitski and Marina MashShatequa T. Watkins, 24 Middlesex nitski, 187 Sawmill Road, $339,000. St., $160,000. Tower Property Management LLC, receiver, Springfield City Code Enforcement Housing and Morales to William Nichols, 62 Sycamore St., $70,000. William H. Gurney to GSS 510 LLC, 510 Allen St., $120,000.

MTGLQ Investors LP, to Falah Sabih, 15 Gold St., $110,000. Naples Property Group LLC, and LG Industries LLC, to Dominic J. Savio, 509 Plumtree Road, $207,000. Onota Rental LLC, to Autumn E. Hines-Coombs, 62-64 Berkshire St., $220,000. Paul Peter Nicolai and Anne Marie E Nicolai to Kaine Compton and Jody Compton, 24 Venture Dr, $280,000. Paula M Quinn and Dennis M. Quinn to Scott Introvigne, 28 Virginia St., $164,500. Paulette E. Blake and Michael W. Blake to Dominic Kirchner II, trustee, and Overseer Realty Trust, trustee of, 115 Sylvester St., $59,000. Peter F. Ferony to Kristen A. Michaelian, 1523 Wilbraham Road, $170,000.

Catherine N. Zecca, Joseph C. Zecca and Gerard W. Zecca to Westfield City Westfield-Barnes Regional Airport, 393 Holyoke Rd, $210,000.

Wilmington Savings Fund Society, Christiana Trust, trustee, and Pretium Mortgage Acquisition Trust, trustee of, to Donna Muska, 651 Nassau Drive, $120,000.

Heather Erwin to Gina Marie Williamson, 26 Hassler St., $231,000.

SUNDERLAND Robert G Cellucci and Rebecca J. Cellucci, “aka� Rebecca J. Cook, to Spring E. Horne, 78 Old Amherst Road, $250,000. Todd A. Cromack to James A. Michaels, 398 Amherst Road, $235,000.

WALES Ellen M. Rearick to David P. Mott and Kelly D. Mott, 69 Walker Road, $125,000.

WARE Roger E. Morrissette to Yvette Lee Dudek, 110 South St., 236,000. Jill A. Gravel-Combs to Zachary Sweetman, 52 Horseshoe Circle, $215,000.

WEST SPRINGFIELD

Peter N. Tatro and Claire A. Tatro to Noel Torres, 158-160 Woodlawn St., $205,000.

Bissley Realty Inc., to Neal S. Bissell, 72-74 Sprague St., $107,800.

Prime Partners LLC, to Karen Vample and Darnell Jones Jr., 77-79 Pembroke St., $209,900.

Cig4 LLC, to Ahmed Al Khazraji and Assil Hassan, 501 Rogers Ave., $210,000.

Santiago Garcia-Troche to Christopher Casale and Michele Cuozzo, 62 Sylvester St., $139,900.

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Wilmington Savings Fund Society, Christiana Trust, trustee, and Pretium Mortgage Acquisition Trust, trustee of, to Angelo Deguglielmo Jr., 199 Cambria St., $118,000.

Michael A. Mandella and Donnarenee C. Mandella to Tasheena M. Davis, 101 Wilmington Savings Fund Society, Christiana Trust, trustee, Pretium Fenimore Boulevard, $182,500. Mortgage Acquisition Trust, trustee Michael F. Todd and Rita D. Todd to of, to Karen M. Hastings, 126 Jasper Federal National Mortgage AssociaSt., $109,900. tion, 22-24 Medford St., $151,571. Michael Morrison and Jamie Morrison to Michael L. Morrison, 1553 Plumtree Road, $35,800.

Wilmington Savings Fund Society, Christiana Trust, trustee, Pretium Mortgage Acquisition Trust, trustee of, to William Blake and Janet Blake, 163 Falmouth Road, $270,000.

Dwight S. Barrows and Doina Barrows to Jullisses A. Perales and Natasha Emya, 39 Sunnyside St., Sergey Savonin to Jazlyn Marie David, $275,000. 28 Laurence St., $269,900. Koch Real Estate Corp., to Kenneth Allen Gazda and Constance Ann GazSeth A. Cournoyer and Christina A. da, 147 Grandview Ave., $435,000. Cournoyer to Andres J. Rivera, 119

DPB Equinox LLC, to Jose Morales, 111 Lawton Ave., $190,000.

Homepoint Financial Corp., to Cornerstone Homebuying LLC, 130 Lindbergh Boulevard, $78,000. Jennifer L. Exware and Steven F. Exware to Denise C. Remillard and David E. Bolio Sr., 5 Day Lily Lane, $415,000. Jeremy J. Pease and Rebecca Jane Swords to Mary Ellen T. Stack and David D. Deaton Jr., 34 Kensington Ave., $303,500. Mary Ellen T. Stack and David D. Deaton Jr., to James J. Smith, 133 Montgomery St., $230,000. Michael C. Serricchio to Steven F. Exware and Jennifer Lynn Exware, 118 Rachael Terrace, $405,000. Michelle C. Patterson to Donna M. Yerkes, 253 Montgomery Road, $360,000. North Fund VI LLC, to Zachary Archambault, 80 Susan Dr, $224,900. Pandora Lis Hague, Pandora LisHaque, Susanna Perkins and Alice R Lis to Kristopher Norman Wilson and Nora Anne Ulias, 74 Elizabeth Ave., $225,000. Ralph M. Sadowski and Karen A. Sadowski to David C. Fraser and Lynette P. Avery, 48 Alexander Place, $380,000. Tomar Sales LLC, to Tomar Sales LLC, 66 Westfield Industrial Park Road, $100. Wilmington Savings Fund Society, Christiana Trust, trustee, and Hilldale Trust, trustee of, to Yuliya Zharkikh and Olena Khalandach, 30 Chestnut St., $143,500.

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Christina M. Dooney, 8 Pidgeon Drive, $349,000.

David Mahan and Ashley Mahan to Jonathan S. Weibel, 24 Carla Lane, $430,000.

Marilyn M. Hughes to Todd Anthony Malvoso and Misty Lynn Malvoso, 41 Decorie Drive, $305,000.

Suki Kramer to Alexander Lippert and Henryk I. Kiczko and Barbara W. Regina L. Defalco Lippert, 244 North Kiczko to Kyle Lee Page, 508 Stony Road, $450,000. Hill Road, $217,000.

WILBRAHAM Christopher N. Russell and Kimberly Bailey Russell to Gladys Ekong, 24

James P. Appleton and Bethany M. Appleton to Kofi Nti Boateng, 2 Gary Drive, $272,000. Custom Homes Development Group LLC, to Patrick M. Dooney and

Michael R. Lively, Kathleen Keohen, Arlene R. Piela, Ann M. Gentile and Patricia LaFountian to Elizabeth Warner and Cody Godin, 797 Tinkham Road, $250,000. Thomas A. Maccini to William D. Simpson and Michelle A. Simpson, 21

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Bennett Road, $259,900. William F. Higgins, representative, and Doris Irene Higgins, estate, to Custom Homes Development Group LLC, 12 Blacksmith Road, $200,000.

WILLIAMSBURG Lawrence E. West and Linda A. West to Benjamin C. West and Nadine West, 97 Main St., Main Road and Route 9, $230,000.

WORTHINGTON Paul D. Hewes and Terri L. Hewes to Ryan S. Spitzer, 60 Indian Oven Road, $105,000. Kenneth R. Baker, personal representative, Nancy L. Omelia, personal representative, Lillian Katherine Wilander, estate, and Lillian K. Wilander, estate, to Micah R. Litant, 530 Old North Road, $208,000.

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0-1-2 BEDROOM AGAWAM FREE HEAT & UTILS No pets. 413-786-6323

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A1 SPACE AVAILABLE 500-8000sf Lt Manuf Whse, Office, Art space. Indian Orch Mills 543-3321

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BELAIR INN - EFFIC WEEKLY RATES stove, 60 channel TV, phone, cable, Rte. 5, West Spfld. 413-781-7825 LUDLOW single room available ALL utils incl. 1st, last & security, $490mo. No pets (413)297-0803

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PUBLIC AUCTION WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4TH AT 11:00 A.M. MORTGAGEE’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE & SECURED PARTY SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY

• REAL ESTATE •

• COMMERCIAL BUILDING • LAND •

• RESTAURANT & KITCHEN EQUIPMENT • • FURNISHINGS • MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT •

• ALL ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE LICENSE • EIGHT EIGHT ONE ENTERTAINMENT, INC. D/B/A

TAP ROOM GRILL

2823-2825 BOSTON ROAD

Live Onsite & Webcast PUBLIC AUCTION

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13TH AT 11:00 A.M.

• SPRINGFIELD • 3 ROOM / 1 BEDROOM

• REPAIR EQUIPMENT • TOOLS •

GROUND FLOOR GARDEN STYLE CONDOMINIUM

• (3) MOTORCOACH BUSES • • BUS WASHING SYSTEM • BUS PARTS • • SUPPORT & OFFICE EQUIPMENT •

WILBRAHAM, MA

SALE PER ORDER OF MORTGAGEE & SECURED PARTY JONATHAN C. SAPIRSTEIN, ESQ. OF THE FIRM OF SAPIRSTEIN & SAPIRSTEIN, P.C., 1331 MAIN STREET, SPRINGFIELD, MA ATTORNEY FOR MORTGAGEE & SECURED PARTY ORDER & TERMS OF SALE REAL ESTATE: $15,000.00 INITIAL DEPOSIT BANK, CASHIER’S OR CERTIFIED CHECK 5% BUYERS PREMIUM APPLIES DEPOSIT TO BE INCREASED TO 10% OF PURCHASE PRICE WITHIN 5 BUSINESS DAYS. ALL ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE LICENSE: $3,500.00 DEPOSIT CASH OR CERTIFIED CHECK 10% BUYERS PREMIUM APPLIES. PERSONAL PROPERTY: 25% DEPOSIT CASH OR CERTIFIED CHECK 10% BUYERS PREMIUM APPLIES. OTHER TERMS TO BE ANNOUNCED AT TIME OF SALE INSPECTIONS: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30TH – 10:00 A.M. TO 2:00 P.M. & MORNING OF SALE – 8:30 A.M. TO 11:00 A.M.

Aaron Posnik

LIENHOLDER’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE

OWNER’S SALE

TO BE SOLD ON THE PREMISES

SEND FOR DESCRIPTIVE PICTURED BROCHURE OR VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.POSNIK.COM

PUBLIC AUCTION

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6TH at 11:00 A.M.

LOCATED IN

“THE MULBERRY HOUSE CONDOMINIUMS” 101 Mulberry Street, Unit #G2 SPRINGFIELD, MA To be Sold on the Premises

STRONG BUS CORP. 40 O’NEIL STREET EASTHAMPTON, MA TO BE SOLD ON THE PREMISES AND BY LIVE INTERNET BIDDING LIVE ONSITE & LIVE ONLINE BIDDING ★ AVAILABLE AT WWW.BIDSPOTTER.COM SEND FOR DESCRIPTIVE PICTURED BROCHURE or VISIT our WEB SITE at WWW.POSNIK.COM

SALE PER ORDER OF STRONG BUS CORP.

TERMS OF SALE: 25% DEPOSIT CASH OR CERTIFIED CHECK 10% BUYERS PREMIUM APPLIES ON ALL ONSITE PURCHASES 13% BUYERS PREMIUM APPLIES ON ALL ONLINE PURCHASES OTHER TERMS TO BE ANNOUNCED AT TIME OF SALE INSPECTION: MORNING OF SALE – 8:30 A.M. TO 11:00 A.M.

Aaron Posnik

Features:

• Ground Floor Garden Style Condominium • • ± 570 S/F of Total Living Area • • Total of (3) Rooms w/ (1) Bedroom & (1) Bath • • Carpeted & Tile Floors • Assessor’s ID: 088850112 • ★ Assigned Parking Space ★ Sale Per Order of Lienholder Attorney Robert C. Sacco

Of the Firm of Lyon & Fitzpatrick, LLP

14 Bobala Road, Holyoke, MA Attorney for Lienholder

Terms of Sale: $5,000.00 Deposit Cash or Certified Funds. Other Terms to be Announced at Time of Sale.

Aaron Posnik

AUCTIONEERS•APPRAISERS

AUCTIONEERS•APPRAISERS

AUCTIONEERS•APPRAISERS

West Springfield, MA • Philadelphia, PA 413-733-5238 • 610-853-6655

West Springfield, MA • Philadelphia, PA 413-733-5238 • 610-853-6655

West Springfield, MA • Philadelphia, PA 413-733-5238 • 610-853-6655

www.posnik.com • E-Mail:info@posnik.com

www.posnik.com • E-Mail:info@posnik.com

www.posnik.com • E-Mail:info@posnik.com

MA Auc. Lic #161 • PA Auc. Lic. #AY000241L

PUBLIC AUCTION

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12TH at 11:00 A.M. MORTGAGEE’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE

• WESTFIELD •

11 ROOM / 4 BEDROOM 2 - STORY

MA Auc. Lic #161 • PA Auc. Lic. #AY000241L

PUBLIC AUCTION

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17TH STARTING at 11:00 OWNER’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE

• PITTSFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS •

7 AUCTIONS/7 PARCELS

TWO FAMILY STYLE HOME

(7) APPROVED RESIDENTIAL BUILDING LOTS

To be Sold on the Premises

TO BE SOLD IN IT’S ENTIRETY ON THE PREMISES OF 60 WESTBROOK TERRACE AND INDIVIDUALY ON THE PREMISES OF EACH LOCATION

“CLOSE PROXIMITY TO ALL AMENITIES” 59 King Street WESTFIELD, MA Features:

• 2-Story Two Family Style Home • ± ¼ Acre of Land • • Total of (11) Rooms w/ (4) Bedrooms & (4) Baths • • ±2,839 S/F of Total Living Area • Gas Forced Air Heat • Full Basement • • Clapboard Siding • Carpeted Floors • Open Porch • Finished Attic • • Fireplace • Assessor’s Map 60, Block 100 • Zoned: RB • Sale Per Order of Mortgagee Attorney Adam D. Lewis Of the Firm of

O’Connell, Attmore & Morris, LLC 1500 Main Street, Springfield, MA Attorney for Mortgagee

Terms of Sale: $5,000.00 Deposit Cash or Certified Funds. 5% Buyer’s Premium Applies. Other Terms to be Announced at Time of Sale.

Aaron Posnik

AUCTIONEERS•APPRAISERS

West Springfield, MA • Philadelphia, PA 413-733-5238 • 610-853-6655 MA Auc. Lic #161 • PA Auc. Lic. #AY000241L

www.posnik.com • E-Mail:info@posnik.com

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LOCATED AT

WOODMONTE ESTATES STARTING AT: • 11:00 A.M. 60 WESTBROOK TERRACE (± 1 Acre of Land) • 11:30 A.M. 56 EASTBROOK LANE (± 1 ¼ Acres of Land) • 12:00 P.M. (NOON) 48 EASTBROOK LANE (±1 Acre of Land) • 12:30 P.M. 53 EASTBROOK LANE (± 1 Acre of Land) • 1:00 P.M. 52 EASTBROOK LANE (± 2 Acres of Land) • 1:30 P.M. 45 WESTBROOK TERRACE (±1 ¼ Acres of Land) • 2:00 P.M. 12 & 13 NORTHBROOK LANE (± 4 Acres of Land)

SALE PER ORDER OF OWNER TERMS OF SALE: ENTIRETY: $70,000 DEPOSIT CASHIER’S OR CERTIFIED CHECK. INDIVIDUALLY: $10,000 DEPOSIT PER PROPERTY CASHIER’S OR CERTIFIED CHECK. 6 % BUYER’S PREMIUM APPLIES. OTHER TERMS TO BE ANNOUNCED AT TIME OF SALE.

Aaron Posnik

AUCTIONEERS•APPRAISERS

West Springfield, MA • Philadelphia, PA 413-733-5238 • 610-853-6655 MA Auc. Lic #161 • PA Auc. Lic. #AY000241L

www.posnik.com • E-Mail:info@posnik.com

MA Auc. Lic #161 • PA Auc. Lic. #AY000241L


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CALL THE PROS Professional Service Directory in Print and Online Place your service ad 24/7. Call (413) 788-1234 or go to: www.MassLive.com Driveway/Paving

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attics, garages, cellars, yards, Demolition & Bobcat work brush removal , etc. Fast, reliable, reasonable and insured.

Call 413-525-4542

Dogs

Animals Birds Cats Dogs Exotic Animals Feed Fish Horses Livestock Pet Services Pet Shows Pet Supplies Pets - Lost & Found Pets Wanted

Golden Retrievers $650. 2 females, & 1 Male 1st shots and dewormed. Call 802-895-2784 GOLDEN RETRIEVERS Male, Female, (4) asking $800; taking deposits. Call 413-627-6386 MALTESE POO FEMALE $500 (413)549-5225Call SIBERIAN HUSKIES FOR SALE - 3 Males First shots and dewormed, 650each. call 802-895-2784

MORTGAGEE’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE AT PUBLIC AUCTION

Friday, December 6, 2019 at 11:00 am Springfield - Ranch • 9 Glenwood Street • 5,632 Sf Lot • 924 Sf Gr Living Area • 4 Rms, 2 Bdrms, 1 Bath TERMS: $10,000.00 cash or certified check at the time and place of the sale. The balance to be paid within forty-five (45) days at the law offices of Attorney for the Mortgagee. Mortgage Ref, Book 20050, Page 361 Hampden Registry, dated 10/3/13. Auctioneer makes no representations as to the accuracy of the information contained herein

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 04, 2019 10 AM 219 Florida St, Springfield, MA

Mass License #711 • jumppcompany.com

Husqvarna Riding Tractor, no mowing deck, runs but needs work $99.00 Call 413-569-1830 Snapper Walk behind Rototiller, 4.5 HP, runs but needs work. $99.00. Call 413-569-1830 Med. Equip Sales/Wanted

Cats

Exotic Animals

4 Adorable kittens 9wks old. Litter box trained Friendly & cuddly! Rehoming fee is $115 ea. Call/text at(413) 386-5105

7 MALE BLACK KITTENS 8 WKS OLD, $40; Call (413)355-4480 KITTENS FOR SALE 2 Males, 1 blk 2mths 1 mixed 3mths. $100ea, Call 413-426-5460 PLAYFUL KITTEN Male - 2 mths old. Asking $65.00. Call 413-883-5181 Dogs

AKC English Lab Puppies, Chunky block head 2 fem choc, 1male blk $500 ea taking dep. 413-695-1809. AKC REG CHOC LABRADOR RETRIEVERS $1850; (2) M/F. Call (607)237-7342 AKC YORKIES Standard Female $1000 Standard Male $900 Ready for Xmas Call (413)883-2592 Beautiful German Shepherd pup, 5 months old, AKC Reg. $1200 Call (413) 426-1868 CHIHUAHUA Pups-2 female Ready to go on 9/12. CKC Reg. $550 ea. 1st shots/ dewormed (413)436-7042r ENGLISH BULL DOG PUPPY, up dates shots, dewormed, Vet cert. 1 yrs genetics health guarantee. $2500; (413)579-7186 ENGLISH Springler Spaniel Livery & White Female 3/mos. current on shots, $1200; 413-596-8190

GERMAN SHEPHERD pups, 5M & 3F. (8) Black/Tan & Sables, AKC paperwork, shots, wormed, written Hip & Health guarantee. parents on premises. Raised in country setting. $1100. Call 978-249-3724 German Shepherd pups, champion Czeck bloodlines, 3M, 2F, $800 (413) 218-2321

SUGAR GLIDER Baby yearling, (1) $50. 413-259-5351 Tortoises, 1M, 1F, 2yrs with full set-up. Can no longer take care of them. $300. Eves., 413-693-7220

Merchandise Antiques/Collectibles Appliances Articles for Rent Articles For Sale Audio Building Materials Cameras Camping Equipment Clothing Coins and Stamps Construction Equipment Do-In-Yourself Materials Electronics/Compuiters Fitness Equipment Flea Markets Forklifts and Equipment Fuel Furniture, Etc. Good Things To Eat Hot Ticket Items Jewelry Lawn & Garden Lawnmower & Snowblower Machinery & Tools Med. Equipment Sales/Wanted Miscellaneous Musical Instruments Office Equipment Pools, Spas & Accessories Professional Equipment Restaurant Equipment Seasonal Snowmobiles Sports Television Tickets Video Vintage Clothing Wanted to Buy Wood-Burning Stoves

Articles for Sale

2012 ARIA HOT TUB By Teddy Bear Pools, excellent condition, $2700; Call (413)314-0817

5 drawer dresser wood, great cond., $85.00 413-569-1830

C13 Zeppelin Stamp $100 Got stamps? Call Ron 413-896-3324 Stamps wanted

Man’s dark gray shearling 7/8 coat, size 42, $75.00. Call 413-533-7307 McDonald’s Toy display (Lion King) $40 or best offer. Call (860) 990-9649 OAK KITCHEN TABLE 2 Extra Leaves 38" X 58" Exc Cond. Only $55 (413) 583-3740

Old Stand up safe, from 60’s, needs work $80. 413-569-1830 POWERMATE 6250 WATTS GENERATOR $800; INCLUDES KIT Call (413)733-1613

Wood changing table & drawers, great cond. $85.00. Call 413-569-1830 Furniture, Etc.

CONTEMPORARY glass top coffee table & matching end table, plus 2 matching lamps $200 for all; Call (413)567-5682

OUTLANDER Series scooter & chair lift attaches to trailer hitch, good cond $550/BO.; Call Earl (413)265-3212 lve msg. Musical Instruments

LOWREY ADVENTURER ORGAN, Bench, headphones, & many song books included, paid $1540, sell $500; negotiable Excel cond. Call (413)237-0435 Sporting Goods

ATOMIC Ti Skiis with bindings, 121cm. $75; Call 413-533-7307 Wanted To Buy

CASH PD vintage, antiques, electronics, guitars, amps, tube audio, musical instrum, radios, ham equip, CB. 413-206-8688

WE BUY R12 - R500 - R11 Cert. Professionals pay $$$ for your FREON + FREE SHIPPING 312-697-1976- Refrigerant finders.com/ad

Furniture, Etc.

Drexel Heritage Hrdwd bdroom set, bureau w/ mirror, chest. 2 night stands $350. 413-896-8419 Lawnmowers & Snowblowers

5HP Briggs & Stratton push mower, 20’’ cut, $80.00 Call 413-569-1830 7 1/2 FT snowplow blade, no frame or hydraulics, just blade. $249.00. Call 413-569-1830

Ariens Snowblower 7HP for parts or fix. $99.00 Call 413-569-1830

BILLY GOAT 11HP, leaf loader, $600 Call (413)566-3622

Craftsman 9HP Snowblower, runs but needs work. $249.00. Call 413-569-1830

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 03, 2019 10 AM 91 Pleasant St, Holyoke, MA 2 PM 189 King St, Pittsfield, MA

Auctioneer

Lawnmowers & Snowblowers

BASEBALL, Football Basketball & Hockey cards, 1950’s-present, all 50 to 90% off, unopened boxes $.50 I buy cards/all types Memorabilia 413-596-5783

MORTGAGEE’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE AT PUBLIC AUCTION HELD ON THE PREMISES

CHELMSFORD (978) 250-1540

Articles for Sale

7FT 3PC Sectional Balsam Christmas Tree some lights, some ornaments $100/BO. 594-7775

info@towneauction.com / 781.790.7870 www.towneauction.com

Wood Burning Stoves

PELLET STOVE Lennox FREE standing, Model Winslow PS40, new ignition installed 2019, $1250/ bo; with piping, Also 18 bags of Barefoot pellets $72; $4/ea bag. (413)5720915; 413-207-7432

Auctions Auctions

AARON POSNIK & CO. INC. Indust & Comm. Auctions 31 Capital Dr. W. Spfld. 733-5238 www.posnik.com

DouglasAuctioneers.com

ESTATES-ANTIQUES 413-665-2877

MORTGAGEES’ REAL ESTATE AUCTIONS TO BE SOLD ON THEIR RESPECTIVE PREMISES

WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 4, 2019 12:00 PM - PITTSFIELD, MA 75 APPLETON AVENUE DEPOSIT $5,000 12:00 PM - RUSSELL, MA 100 RIDGEWOOD DRIVE DEPOSIT $5,000 1:00 PM - AGAWAM, MA 57 RIVERVIEW AVENUE DEPOSIT $5,000

FRIDAY DECEMBER 6, 2019

12 PM 192 Dickinson St #194 AKA 192194 Dickinson St, Springfield, MA

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 06, 2019 9 AM 1715 Parker St, Springfield, MA Terms of Sale: Present a $5000 deposit, certified check, or Cashier’s Check at the time of auction sale. The balance shall be paid 30 days from the date of sale. Other terms may be announced at sale. Auctioneer makes no representations as to the accuracy of the information contained herein. T. Gravlin - MA License AU 3112 NO CASH PLEASE.

4:00 PM SPRINGFIELD, MA 54 WASHINGTON ROAD DEPOSIT $5,000

MONDAY DECEMBER 9, 2019 12:00 PM SPRINGFIELD, MA 109 BRONSON TERRACE DEPOSIT $5,000 1:00 PM - HOLLAND, MA 47 LENO ROAD DEPOSIT $5,000 2:00 PM SPRINGFIELD, MA 47 WELLINGTON STREET DEPOSIT $5,000 3:00 PM - LUDLOW, MA 193 CENTER STREET DEPOSIT $5,000

TUESDAY DECEMBER 10, 2019 12:00 PM TURNERS FALLS, MA 6 EIGHTH STREET DEPOSIT $5,000

TERMS OF SALES: DEPOSITS IN THE AMOUNTS SPECIFIED ABOVE ARE TO BE PAID BY THE PURCHASER(S) AT THE TIME AND PLACE OF EACH SALE BY CERTIFIED OR BANK CHECK. ALL BALANCES DUE ARE TO BE PAID WITHIN 30 DAYS OF EACH INDIVIDUAL SALE. OTHER TERMS, IF ANY, TO BE ANNOUNCED AT EACH SALE. CALL OUR AUCTION SCHEDULE LINE AT (617) 964-1282 FOR A LIST OF THE CURRENT DAY’S AUCTIONS AND VISIT OUR WEBSITE www.commonwealth auction.com FOR CONTINUOUSLY UPDATED SCHEDULING INFORMATION AND ADDITIONAL SCHEDULING INFORMATION COMMONWEALTH AUCTION ASSOCIATES, INC. (617) 964-0005 MA LIC 2235

RUG AUCTION FRI., DEC. 6, AT 6 PM

Large rug auction consisting of 350 oriental rugs. Many room size runners, mats and others. If you need a rug for your home or office, this is your best opportunity to purchase one at auction prices. (Preview 3-6 P.M. )

www.DouglasAuctioneers.com

RECEIVERS’ SALES OF REAL ESTATE AT PUBLIC AUCTION

On the premises on DECEMBER 4, 2019 3:00 p.m.: 1117 Main St., Holyoke, MA Western Div. Housing Court, Docket No. 19-CV-226

4:00 p.m.: 108-110 Colton St., Springfield, MA Western Div. Housing Court, Docket No. 17-CV-0004

TERMS: $5,000.00 deposit to be paid at the time of each sale by certified or bank check. Balance paid within 30 days. Each sale and buyer subject to Housing Court approval. Additional terms to be announced at sales.

CHRISTOPHER C. JOHNSON, ESQUIRE Attorney for Receivers 776 Westfield St., West Springfield, MA 01089 Telephone: 413 732-8356

DAVID W. YOUNG, AUCTIONEER MA License No. 477

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