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Page 8-The Journal Opinion-November 24, 1982 / l ' Sports I  ) JEFF HUNTINGTON FROM ORFORD, chalked up a bit of soccer history at Orford High School. Last week Huntington was named to the first team Division A-all star team, picked annually by the N.H. Soccer Coaches Association. Hun- tington, a senior playing halfback, is the first person from OHS named to the first team. Other locals include Dave Nickerson from Woodsville and Mike Boivin of Lisbon on the second team while Pat Riggie and Dave Pompian, both of Woodsville were named to the third team-all state. Honorable mention honors went to linemen Larry Shute- Woodsville, Mike Smith and Darrin Jewell of Lisbon, half- back Elmer Nutter of Orford, fullbacks Jim Kinder of Woodsville and Randy Bryant of Orford. I llllll I HARLEM WIZARDS ARE COMING TO WOODSVILLE on Tuesday, November 30 to play an all-star basketball team from the Woodsville area. The Wizards bill themselves as a 'touring comedy basketball team and have been around the hardcourts for over 20 years. They boast probably the longest winning streak, 2,500 straight wins over the past 11 years. I guess its no wonder since their tallest player is a mere 7 foot, 8 inches tall. Also keep an eye on his feet.., sized at 20 plus. ,00CO00ICK A fqOFESSIONAL CORPORATION OF CER  IF lED PU[3LIC ACCOUNTANTS Among the other players is former Harlem Globetrotter Marques Haynes, also the owner of the team and ball-handler extrodinare. Obviously the Woodsville all-stars will have their hands full as will the spectators for this fun-filled evening. The night of basketball, to be held at the Community Building in Woodsville will benefit the senior class at WHS. MORE ON ALL-STAR SELECTION . . . the Vermont field hockey selections were made public and three Oxbow Olympians received honorable mention recognition. Semor Jodie Pratt, Tena Davidson and Janine Teeter vere named to the NVAC Division IV roster. BETWFaN THE STRIPES by Vidian Roe BASKETBALL STARTS TWO WEEKS from today and the Journal Opinion will be covering in capsule form games from Blue Mountain, Oxbow, Orford, Thetford and Woodsville. Because of copy deadlines, most of the results will he up through Thursday before publication. In some instances, some Friday games will be reported on the same week as time and space allows. Boys and girls varsity roundball will be included. KARIN DWYER, a freshman at Cornell University has been chosen for the school's varsity basketball team. Dwyer, a 1982 graduate from Oxbow is one of six freshmen on the squad. NEW BABY SON KATHY PETERSON, recent graduate of Oxbow had a good WARREN-- Grover and Vicki FULLY STAFFED WITH PROFESSIONAL, P ,RA- debut on the basketball team at Lyndon State. Peterson, just Libby of Warren are proud PROFESSIONAL AND CLERICAL PERSONN[L TO finishing the field hockey season, poured in a game high 13 parents of a son, Travis PROVIDE ALL LEVELS OF ACCOUNTING, points. Despite Peterson's effort, Lyndon went down to James, born Nov. 11, 1982. Travis has a sister, Kristal AUDITING,PLANNING SERVtcEsTAX MANAGEMENT AND FINANCIAL defeat 88-47 to a strong Plattsburg, N.Y. team. Peterson is a Jean, who is 20 months old. freshman at LI .... (Jranaparents are Victor IN.N0t C0ttR = - and Emily Brooks of Pike, and MAINSTREET 46 EASTERN AVE Hand- I rl@lnrB iiAIOILIO lfl NFFI Grover and Harriet Libby of BRADFORD, VT ST JOHNSBURY V? (B02)222-5270 (802)74B49] sewn LMIM11 IVlUbbR}lila "-" "" Warren. , m Thru [ Great grandparents are i LlfP=nv gth Nov. 27 Edna Gay of No. Haverhill. 1[']}OIi ItliOmktlinllt| Vera Libby of Warren and 5 Allen Street Hemmer. NH. 03755 [ Spurgeon and Della Ames of I Te1-643-2861 H_rs Mon.-Fri. 8-5 Sit 9-3J Warren. _ Second III Opinion - IT'S j Want to sell it? Call us today: We reach over 8000 families. Articles and features a bonus.  l FOR MORE INFORMATION 802-222-5281 CASH miiiiiiiiiiiflfliiiiiiMiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiii APPLIANCES  TV SA1N6 TIME! Upon delivery of your winter fuel supply, pay the driver and SAVE ten cents on every gallon! ROYAL EI, ECTRI co., tac. N " ! ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS ELECTRICAL SUPPLY SALES STORE WHIRLPOOL MAJOR APPLIANCES J ' SHARP M|CROWAS JENN-AIR RANGES Store located at 29 Central St. Woodsville, N.ll. -- 747-2722 This Space For Rent 13 WEEI(S $60 26 WEEI(S $110 52 WEEKS $200 EXPERT RADIATOR SERVICE No I t blOmd 6m mko HEAVY EQUIPMENT rolmd, IN, I HEAVY TRUCKS CLEANED TRACTORS RECORED STATIONARY ENGINES REPAIRED AUTOMOBILES REBUILT L & J. ENTERPRISES Welding Rt. 25 E. Corinth. Vt. Automotive & Fabricating 802-439-6151 General Repair Radial and Bias also, Recaps m iiBmmmimmimmimm mmmmimmimm mm mmi mm FRONT END ALIGNMENT NO, 2 FUEL & KEROSENE I Illl II PERRY'S OIL SERVICE Main St. Bradford, Vt. 802-222-4484 ALL THIS WINTER FUN FOR $12.50! I RACQUET SHACK RE (16 No HAVERItILL N.H. 0  7 B 7  ,./S I HOUR RACQUFBALL I iC oo Be.a Spo,t 50. Nebry, VT /\\; 802- gbb -5( Zl ONE DAY volJ oo SNOWSHOE RENTAL Rcervotmn g,ee.Tea dn - ',  NONTEAU s,t AREA OPeN WEKENDS * HOLIDAYS 1',o TEL b03-'787- Gl0 danxMc ,5,1q8 WINTER : Goodyear BRADFORD, :;{1# Independen! VERMONT Dealer 802-222-9094 OpenMon .Fr, 8.5andSat 8 12 We Accept Master Charqe & Vso II Ill I I Illl II II NORIHEAST OPEN+/EEKEND ONE DAY H0UDYS ......... -/TOW PASS -,cOT /f (f Jan - Ntqr tS .qg3 LEn-g.L TODAY!I 802-866-5921 COMING UP NEXT WEEK will be Vermont Sportswriters and Sportscasters October nominations for athlete of the month Stay tuned for some local flavor.., also a comment or two on the choosing criteria. Preview of upcoming basketball season for local schools is also on the agenda Fuller named for Chicao trip NEWBURY-- Vermont's Delegates from six delegation to the 61st National counties were chosen for their 4-H Congress in Chicago Nov. outstanding achievement in 28-Dec. 2 will include Marilyn their 4-H projects. Fuller ofNewbury. In Chicago they will join It's on the way, and. LAVOIES SALES & SERVICE o would like to help you prepare_NOW! " COME IN ANYTIME! BUT DON'T MISS THE GIE! ,,,,,  Nov. 27, all day-- Nov. 28, 10-3 GREAT SAVINGS ! - Sweaters - Gloves - Hats - Boots - Snowsuits - Many parts and accessories SEE OUR EXCELLENT LINE OF POLARIS SNOWMOBILES ! Our Service Department Can't be Beatl -,# PLEASE STOP "BUY" OR CALL US AT ,, & SERVICE _ ". Rt. IO Haverhill, N.H. 603-989-3329 MENTION THIS AD AND HAVE A " CUP OF COFFEE AND A DONUT ON USA FRIDA Y & SA TURDA Y NOVEMBER 25 & 26 Evervthin.q in 10% Off the store Other than already on sale items Happy Thanks.qivin.q! Woodsville Elementary names honor roll WOODSVILLE-- The edy, Kimberly Roy, Jennifer following students are on the Smith and Rabble Walker. Honor Roll for the first Grade 5-- Melissa Ames, marking period. Steven Bricknell, Eric Drown, Grade 3-- Matthew Paula George, Chad Mitchell, Accom Amature, Amy Harris, Shawn Scott Morin, Jamie Slayton, delegation Reden, Karen Roy, and Joy Jennifer Towne, and Judy Carlson, associate Whalen. Towne. coordinator of the Grade 4-- Jennifer Corey, Grade 6--- Craig Bailey, H program; Windy Fortier, Karen Ken- Jessica Boutin, Shelly Dyke, Fuller of Tammy Fortier, Julie Ken- volunteer. more than 1,700 members from the District of Puerto Rico in a educational features assemblies, field recognition eventS week, 279 totalling $259, educational grants awarded in some project areas. nedy, Kristan Maccini, and Lee Ann Prescott. r-nNKoSy,00 The Village I & Cheese Sh ,/''., This Thanks.m :   Dinner serv a ':..., -"' nice imported one of our fine wines and after serve "'tip of the A coffee-- We carry the .finest of coffee beans in the upper vallev. THE VILLAGE PLAZA OF 45 Central St., Woodsville, N.H, Monday. Saturday, 9:30 A.M. - 5;30 P,e Fridays Till 8:00 P.M. Tel. (603) 747-3065 HAPPY THANKSgIVINg Wells River Savings Bank Member Page 8-The Journal Opinion-November 24, 1982 / l ' Sports I  ) JEFF HUNTINGTON FROM ORFORD, chalked up a bit of soccer history at Orford High School. Last week Huntington was named to the first team Division A-all star team, picked annually by the N.H. Soccer Coaches Association. Hun- tington, a senior playing halfback, is the first person from OHS named to the first team. Other locals include Dave Nickerson from Woodsville and Mike Boivin of Lisbon on the second team while Pat Riggie and Dave Pompian, both of Woodsville were named to the third team-all state. Honorable mention honors went to linemen Larry Shute- Woodsville, Mike Smith and Darrin Jewell of Lisbon, half- back Elmer Nutter of Orford, fullbacks Jim Kinder of Woodsville and Randy Bryant of Orford. I llllll I HARLEM WIZARDS ARE COMING TO WOODSVILLE on Tuesday, November 30 to play an all-star basketball team from the Woodsville area. The Wizards bill themselves as a 'touring comedy basketball team and have been around the hardcourts for over 20 years. They boast probably the longest winning streak, 2,500 straight wins over the past 11 years. I guess its no wonder since their tallest player is a mere 7 foot, 8 inches tall. Also keep an eye on his feet.., sized at 20 plus. ,00CO00ICK A fqOFESSIONAL CORPORATION OF CER  IF lED PU[3LIC ACCOUNTANTS Among the other players is former Harlem Globetrotter Marques Haynes, also the owner of the team and ball-handler extrodinare. Obviously the Woodsville all-stars will have their hands full as will the spectators for this fun-filled evening. The night of basketball, to be held at the Community Building in Woodsville will benefit the senior class at WHS. MORE ON ALL-STAR SELECTION . . . the Vermont field hockey selections were made public and three Oxbow Olympians received honorable mention recognition. Semor Jodie Pratt, Tena Davidson and Janine Teeter vere named to the NVAC Division IV roster. BETWFaN THE STRIPES by Vidian Roe BASKETBALL STARTS TWO WEEKS from today and the Journal Opinion will be covering in capsule form games from Blue Mountain, Oxbow, Orford, Thetford and Woodsville. Because of copy deadlines, most of the results will he up through Thursday before publication. In some instances, some Friday games will be reported on the same week as time and space allows. Boys and girls varsity roundball will be included. KARIN DWYER, a freshman at Cornell University has been chosen for the school's varsity basketball team. Dwyer, a 1982 graduate from Oxbow is one of six freshmen on the squad. NEW BABY SON KATHY PETERSON, recent graduate of Oxbow had a good WARREN-- Grover and Vicki FULLY STAFFED WITH PROFESSIONAL, P ,RA- debut on the basketball team at Lyndon State. Peterson, just Libby of Warren are proud PROFESSIONAL AND CLERICAL PERSONN[L TO finishing the field hockey season, poured in a game high 13 parents of a son, Travis PROVIDE ALL LEVELS OF ACCOUNTING, points. Despite Peterson's effort, Lyndon went down to James, born Nov. 11, 1982. Travis has a sister, Kristal AUDITING,PLANNING SERVtcEsTAX MANAGEMENT AND FINANCIAL defeat 88-47 to a strong Plattsburg, N.Y. team. Peterson is a Jean, who is 20 months old. freshman at LI .... (Jranaparents are Victor IN.N0t C0ttR = - and Emily Brooks of Pike, and MAINSTREET 46 EASTERN AVE Hand- I rl@lnrB iiAIOILIO lfl NFFI Grover and Harriet Libby of BRADFORD, VT ST JOHNSBURY V? (B02)222-5270 (802)74B49] sewn LMIM11 IVlUbbR}lila "-" "" Warren. , m Thru [ Great grandparents are i LlfP=nv gth Nov. 27 Edna Gay of No. Haverhill. 1[']}OIi ItliOmktlinllt| Vera Libby of Warren and 5 Allen Street Hemmer. NH. 03755 [ Spurgeon and Della Ames of I Te1-643-2861 H_rs Mon.-Fri. 8-5 Sit 9-3J Warren. _ Second III Opinion - IT'S j Want to sell it? Call us today: We reach over 8000 families. Articles and features a bonus.  l FOR MORE INFORMATION 802-222-5281 CASH miiiiiiiiiiiflfliiiiiiMiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiii APPLIANCES  TV SA1N6 TIME! Upon delivery of your winter fuel supply, pay the driver and SAVE ten cents on every gallon! ROYAL EI, ECTRI co., tac. N " ! ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS ELECTRICAL SUPPLY SALES STORE WHIRLPOOL MAJOR APPLIANCES J ' SHARP M|CROWAS JENN-AIR RANGES Store located at 29 Central St. Woodsville, N.ll. -- 747-2722 This Space For Rent 13 WEEI(S $60 26 WEEI(S $110 52 WEEKS $200 EXPERT RADIATOR SERVICE No I t blOmd 6m mko HEAVY EQUIPMENT rolmd, IN, I HEAVY TRUCKS CLEANED TRACTORS RECORED STATIONARY ENGINES REPAIRED AUTOMOBILES REBUILT L & J. ENTERPRISES Welding Rt. 25 E. Corinth. Vt. Automotive & Fabricating 802-439-6151 General Repair Radial and Bias also, Recaps m iiBmmmimmimmimm mmmmimmimm mm mmi mm FRONT END ALIGNMENT NO, 2 FUEL & KEROSENE I Illl II PERRY'S OIL SERVICE Main St. Bradford, Vt. 802-222-4484 ALL THIS WINTER FUN FOR $12.50! I RACQUET SHACK RE (16 No HAVERItILL N.H. 0  7 B 7  ,./S I HOUR RACQUFBALL I iC oo Be.a Spo,t 50. Nebry, VT /\\; 802- gbb -5( Zl ONE DAY volJ oo SNOWSHOE RENTAL Rcervotmn g,ee.Tea dn - ',  NONTEAU s,t AREA OPeN WEKENDS * HOLIDAYS 1',o TEL b03-'787- Gl0 danxMc ,5,1q8 WINTER : Goodyear BRADFORD, :;{1# Independen! VERMONT Dealer 802-222-9094 OpenMon .Fr, 8.5andSat 8 12 We Accept Master Charqe & Vso II Ill I I Illl II II NORIHEAST OPEN+/EEKEND ONE DAY H0UDYS ......... -/TOW PASS -,cOT /f (f Jan - Ntqr tS .qg3 LEn-g.L TODAY!I 802-866-5921 COMING UP NEXT WEEK will be Vermont Sportswriters and Sportscasters October nominations for athlete of the month Stay tuned for some local flavor.., also a comment or two on the choosing criteria. Preview of upcoming basketball season for local schools is also on the agenda Fuller named for Chicao trip NEWBURY-- Vermont's Delegates from six delegation to the 61st National counties were chosen for their 4-H Congress in Chicago Nov. outstanding achievement in 28-Dec. 2 will include Marilyn their 4-H projects. Fuller ofNewbury. In Chicago they will join It's on the way, and. LAVOIES SALES & SERVICE o would like to help you prepare_NOW! " COME IN ANYTIME! BUT DON'T MISS THE GIE! ,,,,,  Nov. 27, all day-- Nov. 28, 10-3 GREAT SAVINGS ! - Sweaters - Gloves - Hats - Boots - Snowsuits - Many parts and accessories SEE OUR EXCELLENT LINE OF POLARIS SNOWMOBILES ! Our Service Department Can't be Beatl -,# PLEASE STOP "BUY" OR CALL US AT ,, & SERVICE _ ". Rt. IO Haverhill, N.H. 603-989-3329 MENTION THIS AD AND HAVE A " CUP OF COFFEE AND A DONUT ON USA FRIDA Y & SA TURDA Y NOVEMBER 25 & 26 Evervthin.q in 10% Off the store Other than already on sale items Happy Thanks.qivin.q! Woodsville Elementary names honor roll WOODSVILLE-- The edy, Kimberly Roy, Jennifer following students are on the Smith and Rabble Walker. Honor Roll for the first Grade 5-- Melissa Ames, marking period. Steven Bricknell, Eric Drown, Grade 3-- Matthew Paula George, Chad Mitchell, Accom Amature, Amy Harris, Shawn Scott Morin, Jamie Slayton, delegation Reden, Karen Roy, and Joy Jennifer Towne, and Judy Carlson, associate Whalen. Towne. coordinator of the Grade 4-- Jennifer Corey, Grade 6--- Craig Bailey, H program; Windy Fortier, Karen Ken- Jessica Boutin, Shelly Dyke, Fuller of Tammy Fortier, Julie Ken- volunteer. more than 1,700 members from the District of Puerto Rico in a educational features assemblies, field recognition eventS week, 279 totalling $259, educational grants awarded in some project areas. nedy, Kristan Maccini, and Lee Ann Prescott. r-nNKoSy,00 The Village I & Cheese Sh ,/''., This Thanks.m :   Dinner serv a ':..., -"' nice imported one of our fine wines and after serve "'tip of the A coffee-- We carry the .finest of coffee beans in the upper vallev. THE VILLAGE PLAZA OF 45 Central St., Woodsville, N.H, Monday. Saturday, 9:30 A.M. - 5;30 P,e Fridays Till 8:00 P.M. Tel. (603) 747-3065 HAPPY THANKSgIVINg Wells River Savings Bank Member