The estate sale of Jerry and Homerline Clower will be held at their Liberty home in two weeks.
The remaining first floor contents of their home will be sold on May 18-19, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Cartwright Estate Liquidations, Inc. was chosen to do the sale by the family after Homerline Clower's death earlier this year.
“This will be a good opportunity to acquire something from the private home of the longtime humorist and entertainer,” said Paul Cartwright, with the estate company.
The sale will include many fine home furnishings bought from Kazary's in Jackson, also art, fine china, glassware, kitchen and many books inscribed to Jerry and Homerline Clower by country and western entertainers.
There are many Westerns signed with "JC" inside the cover that Jerry would read on airplane trips over the many years.
There will also be a selection of records also inscribed to Jerry Clower,” Cartwright added. “There are even three framed photographs of Jerry Clower that were inscribed to family members who are gone on.”
There are no early sales. The Museum is not for sale and will not be open or accessible during the sale.
More information can be found at www.cartwrightestatesales.com.