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Page 12---JO URNAL OPINION--November 12, 2014 ~d Suzy Bazzell and Lily Kinder celebrate their victory over Colebrook last week as the Woodsville girls soccer team advanced to the state champion- ship for the second year in a row. JO PHOTO BY =RICHARD SWENSON Paige Martin (right) and the Woodsville Engineers did all the could to trip up the Derryfield attack on Sunday but ultimately they fell 5-1 to the team from Manchester. Derryfield forward Gabi Brummett (left) was particularly clinical in front of the net setting up the Cougars' opener and then scoring the next four. JO PHOTO BY RICHARD SWENSON e goes up against Colebrook on Thursday in the division 4 semifinal on Nov. 5 in Laconia. Clough would go on to shut out Colebrook as the Engineers won 1-0 to advance to the state championship game. JO PHOTO BY RICHARD SWENSON Derryfield's Margaret Ives (#13) tackles Woodsville's Sam Thurston (#20) during a feisty division 4 state championship gamein Laconia on Sunday. Derryfield would go onto defeat Woodsville 5-1. JO PHOTO BY RICHARD SWENSON Derryfield's Emma Garfield (#4) blocks Dee Martin (#5) of Woodsville from getting the ball on Sunday during the state championship game. Garfield and the Cougars unlocked the typically stingy Engineer defense en route to a 5-1 win. JO PHOTO BY RICHARD SWENSON NOW OPEN.! Antiques Annex located at Eye 10,000 sq.ft, of Antiques, Collectibles Local Art & Crafts 443 Railroad Street St. Johnsbury, VT 802-424-1414 Mon-Fri 10-6 Sat 10-5Sun 12-4 tries to take the ball from Woodsville's Lauren Kiessling (#14) during last week's division 4 semifinal game held in Laconia. The Engineers would go on to win 1-0. JO PHOTO BY RICHARD SWENSON NOVEMBER ANTIQUE AUCTION Saturday, November 22, 2014 @ 10 AM Robert E. Clifford Memorial Bldg., 65 South Court Street, Woodsville, NH We are pleased to present at public auction items from the Estate of John Koch of White River Junction, VT. in addition will be toys and dolls from the lifetime collection of Ruth Wellington of Pike, NH and folk art items from the collection of Joan Doty of Manchester, NH. For more images please see out website www.steenburgh.com for pictures or check out our site on www.auctionzip.com and type in the auction id number # 2721 in the upper right corner. Preview 8-10AM ~orning of sale. Artwork & Paintings: 30 x 40 in. oil on canvas painting of Baker Pond 1910.by Henry Ryan MacGinnis; other oil on academy board painting of Baker Pond landscape by MacGinnis 9 x 12 in.; large pastel of General Montgomery House in Haverhill, NH dated 1956; large collection of Japanese woodblock prints 19th & 20th c.; collection of tinseltypes and reverse paintings; 19th c. folky landscape waterfall scene; folky watercolor of a lighthouse; number of other folky painted landscapes; watercolor of man with oxen signed Martin - Paris; 19th c. religious Renaissance style oil on canvas painting 25 x 28 in. in old frame; large framed 19th c. calligraphy specimen of a leaping deer; number of other framed Calligraphy specimens of Eagles and birds; large watercolor of Elk in landscape signed Ben Toussant; other folk art paintings and drawings; small collection of unframed Calligraphy; Antique Dolls & Toys: 19th c. wax head doll carrying tray of items for sale; Joel Ellis wooden doll; Schoenhut jointed wooden boy doll; Simon & Halbig dolls; early German clockwork Indian and horse rocking toy; Chien rabbit and bike cart tin toy; Hen and Chicks German squeak toy; number of good late 19th c. boxed toy puzzlestJazzbo Jim wind up tin dancing man toy early German paper mache molded elephant nodder on platform; Fishing Elephant ABC plate; Santa shaped paper mache roly poly toy; unsigned porcelain head dolls; small porcelain head soldier doll in period French uniform; Great selection of cast iron early 20th c. horse and animal drawn toys; including: ICE horse drawn wagon in yellow and silver paint; cast iron double horse drawn surry in blue paint with 2 figures; cast iron toy Dump wagon in yellow paint; cast iron toy goat pulling cart; other good cast iron toys; Ring a Ling circus wind up toy; Tin toy Baseball player on stand Home Run Babe made by Selrite; tin litho wind up toy hand crank organ; incredible collection of 8 carved wooden folk art animal toys movable on platforms; small collection of dolls staffordshire china; 2 dolls cupboards ca. 1920S; late 19th 3 drawer dolls dresser in old finish; 4 folk decorated wooden toy wagons and toy trucks; ,~ccessories: unusual 19th c. wooden hornbeam container; large round covered pantry box in old olive green paint; primitive slide top box in old gray paint; Canterbury Shaker sewing box in original advertising box; selection of 19th c. pedestal based oil lamps; Friendship style applique folk art coverlet; old wood shelf with 3 tiers and hear cut out; collection of 40 old wrought iron primitive food choppers; small size banded travel trunk; few old washboards with blue enameled scrub boards; lots of walking canes; collection of over 100 Victorian autograph albums; large primitive carved wooden trencher with iron banded ends; large carved folk art fish signed Miles Smith 1977; box lots of old stamps and covers - some foreign; postcards and advertising cards; Pottery, Glass, & China: Collection of 20+ old kitchen mixing bowls - some yellowware; deep blue Staffordshire covered sugar bowl; other early Staffordshire and transferware; pair of small French style covered ironstone toureens; Furniture: Early 19th c. cherry country Federal slant front desk; Trestle table with flame birch base; Sheraton mahogany sofa with drop down back bed conversion; 5 drawer maple country Chippendale chest of drawers on bracket base; Windsor sack back armchair in old red paint; Great flat top panel store Counter in old finish; mahogany kidney shaped side table with brass galley; mahogany music cabinet with string inlay; quality mahogany china cabinet ca. 1920; pr. of marble top Victorian half hall tables; Tools: Log calipers including Sargent & Hoyt; large collection of folding rules some Stanley; group of old cast iron kitchen tools and wrought iron implements; old block planes and iron planes; old shaves; levels; and other early iron woodworking tools. 10% Buyers Premium - Sale # 877: Terms: Cash or check with proper identification - Absentee bids accepted - No live internet bidding. Directions: In Woodsville, NH and Route 302 take Route 135 a short distance to the auction site - look for the auction signs Archie H. Steenburgh &?oshua W. Steenburgh 779 Jeffers Hill Road, Pike, NH 03780-9403 Auctioneers & Appraisers, NH Lic. 2194 & 2754 603-989-5361 emaih josh@steenburgh.com www.steenburgh.com Cadillac OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY AT MONTPELIER 802-223-6337 Woodsville keeper Tori Clough mades a big save on a penalty kick in the first half on Sunday during the state championship game in Laconia, but Derryfield was able to gain possession of the rebound and Ga6i Brummett was able to score to put the Cougars up 3-1. They would go on to win 5-1. JO PHOTO BY RICHARD SWENSON Farm safety workshop scheduled this month NORTH HAVERHILL--On Nov. 19 from 5 to 8 p.m., a farm safety and health management training will be offered at Blackmount Equip- ment. Agriculture is one of the most dangerous industries in the country and people who work on farms are exposed to many hazards, especially those who have been farming less than l 0 years. Designed for farmers, employees and young people who work on a farm, the workshop will present best practices and risk reduction information and resources that can help to create an effective safety and health management plan for the farm. The featured speaker is Davis Hill, a senior extension associate and program director at Pennsylva- nia State University. Hill is a founder of the nonprofit Emergency Services Rescue Training, Inc. which has developed training cur- riculum and a national network of training instructors to share infor- mation on farm and industrial emergencies. Hill will :discuss what an effective farm safety plan looks like and talk about 'carious sce- narios. Registration in advance is not required, but is appreciated. The workshop is free and open to the public. To register, call (603)787- 6944.