Arlington Progressive

July 26, 1967

Issue date: Wednesday, July 26, 1967
Pages available: 16
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  • Location: Arlington, Iowa
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  • Years available: 1967 - 1972
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Arlington Progressive (Newspaper) - July 26, 1967, Arlington, Iowa 1 INTRODUCING THIS AREAS NEWEST PICTURE WEEKLY BOXHOLDER Arlingtons July 4 Porode was picked as a highlight in the area as over 1000 people lined the streets for the daylong ARLINGTON VOLUME INUMBER I IOWA JULY 1967 TWO SECTIONS16 PAGES FLBA PAYS IN DIVIDENDS v Watermelon was the order of the day for young During the bin July 4 celebration in Arlington of ice cold melon was given away ISC Urges RollOver Protection For Farm Tractor Operators Ilotcrlhe liiimes CM cnisli In iii lollnur accidents standard i ai i MI i tinNational Safety NSC LMi J1MU11S Illll mi nvei mi n accidents u In1 niii kill incur UN hum CMC e el mi i annul 1 deaths nvcitiirii likely t lilllilllie UlllcsS is iije eijiiipprd with oveitmn picitec McKarlanil I I iiMderahlc evidence is he to show that nuci live liames similar tn H i II in cals and nilliiiumt hup the o sharply rcduce the uiiu t injuiii s in npeiators in iiaitor Me kind a study Iun ulcd liy thr University I indicates dial I than tuci scciiiitis for IKIC it the piini I iii ii nlllv nt is ni i fti i tin tin In llns Inur is tc A live I fill in Ilinsl i MM JllrVfllt IiiM mllitm Miiir Ml is liiiill In llir ui Ijllt if til lulK tlif Mich InUM steep IIH Mi In1 uc ii MM lcli IIIMI till ll plIVlllc il piiicc Hull lv krrpint till in ihr upset Iicifii fdl Hls mew Ill voiiic irrrlil MiwliH tlil ill spec led In IIi them Ill V werent in the crowd at the recent ADO Field Day Ou missed one of the best barbeque spreads ever served and old alike when for ton July 4 Parade Picked Tops For This Area Anyone who the Fourth of July Parade at would never know that Arlington community of only Their parale consisted of 42en tries anil earn one of them wan fan tastic in its own The entries ranged from a wagon pulled by a genuine to atrurkloaded will teenagers and a man with ft To the delight of the young sters and the pleasure of there were even clowns with pa Inlet making their way up the middle of the street to tiring laughter to the It wasnt just the Itself that to be but the people as I have never seen a town of this with such a turnout at one of its The streets were Kneel 8 deep with enthusiastic adults and excited chlldren who came to watch Arling tons Kourth of July Much of the parades success probably rests wltn the Parade Com mlltee and all those who organize the as well as who had entries In the have stayed up many nights making the Arlington Kourth of July Parade a big Congratulations to the town of Ar lington for showing real enthUMUksm and making the Kourth of July en joyable for Former Employes Of Mental Health Plan Picnic Mavnard Former em ployees of the Mental Health In will hold their animal gettogether in McArthur Hall at the Independence Iair July It will begin with a picnic dinner at 13 Girl Scouts Plan 6Day Camp Session A special six day session ol es tablished camp at Ingawams near Waverh will be ollered by the Confcatoga Council of Girl beginning 15 at 2 and con tinuing through 21 at 2 It will e available to all Cadette and Senior Girl Scouts and to younger scouts entering fourth grade m lie It is also open to noisi ouis entering luurth grade 01 The fee tor the six lays will be All interested in I tor the special are asked to contact Council ul jirl Hox Iowa lor Morn than In dividends will paid to mpmlxTs of the Fed rral I and Hank Association at West Inlon this Manager lias Sandacpr thai the dividend rhprki would be mailed August tofarmers who own stock In The Asso lat Ion which serves Clayton and Chtckasaw Thr Union he has paid a dividend for the pant tu During this time more than been re turned lo The As sociation Is wholly owned b the memherborrowers II More than 700 farmers In the three count IPS nerved by the Association presently In long term farm loans This U an increase of over the sarnr elate last he The Association Is one of RR owned Federal Land I lank Associations In South Dakota and Wy oming by the Federal Land lunk ol The Associations own all he capital stork of the Omaha Umi of the West Union As koriatiun are President Milton Vice President Walter Harry Stolte Harry Oteoen Merle Hochford Melvln Arnold Maynard Sets Budget For Coming Year Monday evening May nard Town Council met to set next budget which amounted to 01 us will be raised by The remain ing will be raised from water and cigarette II road use tax and liquor The to be raised by will not be enough increase ovei to warrant an in cieiMin millage in a notlrible An objectors meeting Is set for at 7 at the Community Arizona Picnic Is Scheduled At Outtenberg annual Arizona picnic will be held on July 30th at the Hunts cottage on Aides Is We re asking each famil to bring his own and their own Dinner at Miss Behrend Is Honored At Shower Nemelle Malvern ol Maynard and 1 lor is lloefer of Marquecte honored liarbara Kelirend and Nancy Van of at a double brutal Miss Van Morn is a college friend of The July IHh shower was held at the Malvern Herbert Hehrend and Barbaras Janet Schroeder and Valarie of Stan Iowa attended the shower with Chef John Phillips and host Max Inspect a quarter of beef used to feed some 150 guests at a giant beef barbecue on the Seedorff farm near in honor of and Kermit Patrick and family of Los AREA RESIDENTS RECEIVE SURVEY QUESTIONNAIRE Area residents are urged to watch their mail July 28th for their Kayette County Manpower Survey John com mittee said This is the day you will re ceive your questionnaires he Your immediate response in com pleting them anil dropping them in the mall is vitally important to the future of your Unlike any other questionnaire Moorman I is important that every resident over the age of 1C years complete a Kven though you may be happily a stu dent or a housewife not seeking out side complete a quest The statistics from these forms will be used not only in creating new job opportunities by attracting new industry and aiding existing industry in their expansion but will be valuable aid to area of ficials in developing long range he The location of a vocational training school could be influenced as an example by the information gained in Hie Many residents will be asked to take aptitude Bob Fin nerty of the Iowa Employment Se curity Commission The re sults of these lests are ext remely in teresting to industry because indus try realizes that most communities do not have skilled people they need waiting there for Their con cern the community or area have people with necessary ap titudes that can be trained to fill these skilled jobs This is a very important part of the Additional forms will be avail able in all area Send forms to friends or relatives who have left the area and may be interest ed In moving back if the job op portunity were Moorman If you have questions re garding the contact the Fay ette County Manpower study com mittee representative from your His or her name will appeal on the cover letter in each An interview team from the Des Moines office of Iowa Employment Security commission will arrive shortly in West Union to start e valuating the questionnaires and in terviewing area Results will be published in a booklet in conjunction with a sim ilar study being conducted in Mo according to The study is being sponsored by the development organizations in the county and and will be represented in each township by the following John Fayette chairman Dover IMchard Vagts Clermont Grlebenow Union Tanl Buchanan Pleasant Valley Town Walter Kohlei Westlield George Kichards Illyria Alderson Snutli lield Glenn Janssen Fairfield Lawrence Guth art Putnam Lenore Se Also helping with the survey are Gene Office ASC Office Fayette County Mel Wang Fayette County Extension and Fay ette County Social Welfare In contacting industrial prospects it is most important that botli the quantity and quality of labor that can be anticipated be known during the negotiations with the The results of this survey through out the counties where it has been conducted have been more accept able to industries than any other such similar surveys that have been Those included in this area may feel fortunate that we are having this opportunity 10 partici pate in this survey which will com plete a regional aspect including Fnyette and Clayton USE THE BEST CLASSIFIED ADS GIVE THE BEST RETURN IN THE SHORTEST TIME USE THEM OFTEN COMMENCEMENT SET FOR UIC Eugen Garbee nas an nounced that eightyseven com mencement candidates Iiave been named for the August ceremony at Upper Iowa The commencemtnt ex ercise will be at at Uorman Memorial Max Supeiinten ilent of the Area I Vocational School District will ilelivei the commence ment Kugenc Presidentof Upper Iowa will confer the Area candidates to receive de grees are Celia Elementary Becky Adolf Ailolph Nesvik West Thomas Administration and 1sv Sue Carolyn al Education and SVanca Elementary Wlnnit Mae ;