Adolph and Louisa Pargac moved into the farmhouse around 1910. They had seven children that made it to adulthood. Adolph operated the gin that was next to the farmhouse from 1912 until 1955. Louisa sold eggs and butter to buy the pretty things she wanted. After their passing in the 50s they left the house to their daughter Madlyn and she lived there for many years. Now she has moved to central air and heat! So come to the farmhouse sale and dress accordingly.
This sale is really a step back in time. From the crocks that are now sitting in the smoke house, to the furnishings in the house, you will remember or feel what it was like growing up in the 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s. Most of the furniture needs some TLC. There are some gorgeous art deco light fixtures for sale, quilts, chenille bedspreads, Victoria Memoribilla and many more treasures! Hope to see you there!
Dates and Time are set. Praying for good weather!
Can't wait to see you at our sale. Setup was 341.