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Michael Wargo Wins Trophy As Outstanding 4-H Member w • * *-* <• Harriet Sawczuk George Warg-o Also Receive Awards Three Nuugaiuck reHlUoritu received major awards for j>artici- pntion In the 1019 Now H-wcn County 4-H Fair at the annual dinner meeting of the <I-H Fail Association Saturday evening at the Mix DlHtrict Kirfhotmc. Hnm- den. Michael Wargo received tho Wilson H. Lac Memorial Trophy. awarded to the most. oulst;indin h ' 4-H member from the county i'.x- !:!bUin«r at the Fair. Swccpxlulcc'i 1 rrjBistlcH were prc.wnted to Hnrrirr. .Snwo7.uk, gnmd champltm fnniu'n poultry exhibit; nnd to Goowc W-ir- KO. vefsetablf HWeepBlnkeH awnrd. The award won by Michael iVn/- -K'o wnfi based on the number -if years of participation in 4-H club*, thr Hiv.n (ind c|imllly <if ii|;rlciiltiirnl hi.irn-iyiaklnj,' pri)ji-cl«, Initial Ivi?, luadi-rHhlp, coo|)eratlvo spirit, *uo r,cns in ovrrconiinw dlffinultie.H an.I Fnlr exhlbllH. Barbara Junlver, of North Jirun- lord. WU.M elorted president of '.ln> County 't-H Fnir As.oocliillon for the cornlriK y.nr. Other offir.erH '-•Incited were; jiiliinldy Wri)-hl .d.. of Ofan^i!, Tli-Ht vice-prenldeiii.;' GIVE HER A HOOVER and you will give her tho best FOUR MODELS to choose from— including TANK type aa low as $5.95 down nnd $5.36 per month for 9 months COME IN AND SEE THEM CONN. FUEL GAS CORP. 1133 Main St., Wtn. Tel. 275 Open Wed, and Thurs. Evenings Until 9:00 MIC'HAKI, WABGO Shirley Wnrner, Hnmden, second vlrf-|)ri!Hldenl; Ann Woodlmj, North Hrtvun, «<ic!retnry; Bob Woodlnu, North Hrwcn, trcaaurei; Kirh.-ird Wrli;ht, Oruntre, aH.slHtnnt lirii.'iuri'r; Ki-iiyon (lime. Jr., Or- .iiiwi-, (iHiil'itiml Hc'cretury; rton:i|;| lllnr, f)rnni:e, Uurrilt Clirti:i, Sonthbury, /ind Kenneth Halu! ("licMiilri', direftoi'M. Hiiliert Dunn, i))' nnrby nnd Je/innettct Tlmp- unn. Woodbrldfje, were electej ly, to Ihi> Connecticut Federat'ori of Kiu-il Youth. Olln-r uwnrdH wen: iui follow/": Wnller Him-, Ornnye, the Wiinon H 1^'f. trophy; Shirley Warner, Hnmden, H. lady'H wnrdrobo RIW.II IIH the mcwt out.Htand'ln^f homi;- inultliiK 'l-lt exhibitor In the county; Jennnette Timpson, WonJ- brld>;c'. Jean BeiiiiHki and Wllllnm Spnri-y, of OranK'!, und David Dlckf, ChnBhlre, American Logl/i;) MednlH for oulstandlnR contrlb'J- lion.M to the fnlr. .Swei'pKlnkcr, ro.wtlen were prr- Henled to (he! followlnf; 4-H'erii: Bnrbiini Seeley. OrnnRi;, boHt pun ot jioullry; Boltclet; TSmhlch, Millord, (jriind c:hiuini>lon dulry exhibit; Mr. Him;, reserve champion dnlry exhibit; Dick lUffhtfool, Omnfve, Kriind chamnlon male poultry exhibit; Jiimca LlKhtfoot, OrnriKi', Ki'iind champion ram nnd »;i"ind uhitmplon uuo; Fay HuHtod, Madls-on, grand champion market lamb. Plan New Gates For Parking Lot Tho traffic problem causncl by ciii'H onlitrlnc mid IcitvInK thu <~:huri;h Hlrnet parking lot of th« (7. S, Rubber Co. Is expected to be nllmlnntod Boon, with the ImitiLlla- Ijon tit two now K'ltow, onn nt. the north ciritlo and the othnr at the HOUth end of t)io lot. With the new arrangement, cars will pntcM- onn f?ali> and nmoiw from tiin othnr. At prnHnnt cum •interim,' tin; leaving the lot, XIMCJ the sanin Rate. Durlnf,' the day Uio* lot IB imud 6y pcrmmnol of tho company and during the evening houi-H thn lot la available to Naiigatuck realdcntti by arrunKC'mcnt with tho Borough. Pollnc! CM ft John ,f. Gormlny and liim™ n. Nlen of the firm, hnve made a survey of tho lot relative to cohHtriir.tlon of tho now Katna. It In not y<;t known when Work will Btnrt on the project, At Coffee Probe Moeckels Engaged In Waterbury Schools Tho Henry T. Mnookol nrchl- tceturn) firm of Nnuftat.uck .and I/O\I|H B. ITucllo, Wntorbnry nrehi- tciet, have been ciiK>tK':cl to draw up plami and Hpcclflcat.lona Cor i.ho proposed new Mgh school In W«.- terbury, according to a vote lit n rncont mnuLliig of tin; Wtttorbnry Board of Kducatlon. Tho Moeckel and Fucio t\rmn alHo worn nmined an architects for an addition to the Homsvi'lo School. I.ICKNSKS AVAILABLE All l.jnpeM of Hpoi-tH HcenBOB were r«ieelv«d thin mornlnK In the office of Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John. The town cleric sayn ho has recelvntl nevernl reiiiK'sliT for thn JIMiO UcunncH from pnrcntM denlr- liur to (five thorn an Chrlfltmon PRESIDENT of thu Now York Coltco and Sugar Exchange, John C. Gardner tontines In Wanhlnglnn before a Senate subcommittee, probinjj rising coffee prices. Gardner told tho group that, when "Inflammatory" reports about a certain commodity Bpponr, the hoiiHcwlvcH and other users want to cnrry Inrger stocks. This further disrupts the market ind creates the unwarranted price rlsei. (International Soundonoto) A I'OCASANT I'LACVS TO STOP— ROOKY'S WAYSIDE KITCHEN Wnt«rl«iry Hw«I ut I'lattw Mill* Oj>in Daily 12 Noon to 12 Midnight 8nnda.v» 3 I'. M. to 12 Midnight NEWS (CONN.), WKDNKNDAV. nr,< it. IM«—PAC.K T What Our Readers Think! Brophy, Street Department, Praised For "Fine Job" On Icy Streets Sunday; Some Property Owners Censured TBrtltur, Dec. 12, 1049 NiiiiKutuelt Bully NCWH, l>uar Sir: May I take a little apace in your viiiluiiibln paper la ulnff the praises of Leo Brophy and lilii hitreiit d<y pin-tmeiit, in I/he tlr>e Job they did early Sunday mornlnK during the freexlnt? rain Hl.orrn. They deserve a lot of credit nnd in fact It wan made safer driving a car th'an walking as a certain .frroiif. of MiuiKfituck property own- urn never think of uidnu «. bit of true and interesting fact ia that unless it had proven value and merit, no amount of advertising could possibly have built up the reputation that FATHER JOHN'S MEDICINE has earned und maintained since 1855 for the relief of cough* due to colds by its toothing effect on the throat , No Dangerous Drugs Band or a snow shovel from the boKlnnlnit to the end of tho winter woimon. They seem to think that all that's necessary for them Is to be able to step from their door into their car and lot Mr Brophy and hid crew do the rest. This same ici-onj) didn't crvfn take onre of IhHr fff'im or walkw nround thflr homes having no connideration for mailmen, oil men and others who une their steps and waJks to make drll vrrU**, We who had ocoajilon to be o/ul Sunday morning did appreciat* the fine job that was done »n<J b»- llc-vo In Kivlnjf n little credit where It ia du«. Youra Truly, A Homestead avenue tax payer. It's ALL BUKK Fresh Cut Connecticut CHRISTMAS TREES 500 TO CHOOSE FROM! Large and Small Sizes FRESH STOCKS DAILY Open Daily and Evenings Starting Tuesday, Dec. 13th RUDY SMITH'S CHRISTMAS TREE STATION Park Place 'Next to O. C. Murphy Co.) 2 FREE DELIVERY y ™®2?!*!!*?^^ TIME... WORRY •JfSKS** •"•TSTio-* 1 " 1 (40 in t»»* J=» ro» nl INCUS** i a 30 •«DUCtK>W rtC«*«' <n€ ,'«t,UCT>ON ,d-1«''P licV«'- i *on*h orto' «oi' Why buck the heavy holiday traffic? Why risk life and limb driving slippery roads? Let it snow, sleet or rain. The New Haven will take you where you •want to go and bring you back... with speed, comfort and at a cost that will simply amaze you. You just lounge back in comfort and relax. The New Haven offers several new round-trip fares that actually make rail travel a real bargain. With these reduced fares you save yourself money, time and worry when you go the New Haven Railroad way. It's the "Save" way to travel. and only 1967 00 O I N some cars, it might not be such standout news. But when you read the price tags on this smart and sizable Buick SPECIAL of 1950— When you listen to the throaty baritone of the big Fireball valvc-in-head straight- eight engine that fills its bonnet- When you feel its lift and surge on the road, sample the soft smoothness that's yours with coil springs on all four wheels (and wide Safety-Ride rims as well)— When you sec how neatly this beauty slips into pocket-size parking places, avoids "locked-horn" tangles, and threads its way through traffic- When you take in its roominess, see its wide outlook, picture yourself traveling in the sleek, taper-fender styling that calls the turn on the smartest fashions for 1950— When you hear some of the miles-. per-gallon figures happy owners, of this beauty are reporting — Man alive, this stands out as a bargain that says, "Grab me quick!" Actually, dealers have trouble keeping this particular model of the 1950 SPECIAL on hand. Quick action may be able to nail one for you —or a six-passenger model in 2-door or 4-door body-type. Why%ot see your dealer now—and start the New Year as a Buick owner at a cost that's less than for some sixes? Tun * fn "£"#? '• TAVLO£, ABC Uelwo'l, wy Monday tvtning. 80-82 SOUTH MAIN ST. Phone your BUICK dealer /or a demonstration -Right Howl HUNT BUICK INC. NAUGATUCK, CONN.