Arlington Progressive

September 07, 1967

Issue date: Thursday, September 7, 1967
Pages available: 12 - Used by the World's Finest Libraries and Institutions
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Arlington Progressive (Newspaper) - September 7, 1967, Arlington, Iowa DONT FORGET ARLINGTON CLEANUP DAY 9 Sponsored By ARLINGTON BUSINESSMENS CLUB MORE THAN many of them from the Arlington area attended the big Fayette County Livestock Feeders Association banquet 5 at Garbee Hall in Inhere Hills and Prairie Meet ARLINGTON In Beautiful Northeast Iowa HIOH SCHOOL CMAKfllV ARLINGTON IOWA FARM ARLINGTON COOP COMMISSION I NUM3ER 7 SEPTEMBER 1967 IOWA 50606 TWELVE PAGES LAMONT YOUTH LUTHERAN DIES IN ACCIDENT COMMITEES AT EWALU LAMONT SPECIAL Randall 8 year old son of and Harold passed away 3 at the Peoples Memorial Hospital at In Randall was with a group of boys riding ponies in town Sud denly the pony bucked Randy off and his foot was caught in the stirrup and he was dragged over a his foot came Vanek came on the scene and saw the boy and took him to the hospital along with Randys Death was caused by Randall is survived by his 2 brothers and 2 Services are at the Hoffmans former The family had lived at La mont for one 1 ME It only seems that Rex farm Ifor the Cedar Rapids Gazette was featured speaker Fayette County Livestock Feeders Association Tues kning at Upper Iowa College in OVER 100 ATTEND SCOUT ANNIVERSARY Former 4H members and present leaders and attended the 20th anniversary cel ebration Sunday of the Peppy Point ers and Pointer Blue Bells 4H Clubs at the Strawberry Point City Both the 4H pledge and the pledge of allegiance was said by the Dreaming and The Plow ing Song one from each of the boys and girls 4H songs were Jane president of the Pointer Blue presented the history of The 4H Creed was read by Gregg president of the Peppy Each person introduced themselves and told of their con nection or former connection with Several of the District Commit tees of the Iowa District ofthe American Lutheran Church met at Camp Ewalu near Strawberry Point on Monday and Tuesday of this week to organize and plan the work for the next Approximately 110peo members of the committees on American Higher Parish Youth World Research and social Ac and the Chur h in Town and were Pastor Bruno Schlachtenhaufen of Des president of the Iowa Dis was in Elmo president of the Western North fakota District of the was the guest speaker on Agrimson is also chairman of the National Town and Country and presented two addresses emphasizing the gen eral theme of The Church in Town and Pastor GeorgeStrum of Decorah reported on the progress of the LIFE program of the LIFE stands for Lutheran Ingather ing For Education and the main thrust of the program to raise more than twenty million dollars for de velopment of the educational insti tutions of the ALC will take place during the next few Among those from the immediate area in attendance were Reynold Busse of Strawberry Amer ican Missions committee Al Zwan zigeof Strawberry Point and Verm i Fasse of Evange lism committee Alvin Ar Higher Education Con rad Guetzlaff of Strawberry Parish Education David a former missionary to New and manager of a plantation will be guest speaker for the Sun of Se ATTEND FEEDERS BANQUET AT FAYETTE More than 400 Fayette Countians consumed some 400 pounds of top roast beef Tuesday 5 during the annual Fayetle County Livestock Feeders Association Jay BURRACK of near was only one of the from the area to enjoy over 400 pounds of beet evening whan Fayette County Livestock feeders annual Six charter members were pre sented Ruth Knight Mount Novella Fitzpatrick Wil Ruth Gibbs VirginiaClauson Beh John and Frank Strawberry Leaders who attended were Ken neth Douglas Tom Harold Adelle Vic Floyd Dit and girls Towns represented were Des Mount and Strawberry It was pointed out that the Point er Blue Bells are missing several historian books from the years 63 and If anyone has Information concerning please contact one of the Vic Haynes or Loaders who attended were Ken Douglas Beh bald Lutheran rural Straw berry Point at and Paul at Also present will be his a New Guinea age 3 whom they will have in their home until his late and two children they are in the process of one Negro and one part A pot luck dinner will follow the service at Lange will show slides at that evening at Sebald with the Public wel come to At present he is living on a farm at Clinton where he had farmed before entering the mission In October he will be returning to New Tom Harold Ewald Richard Boys leaders Art Harold Adelle Bocken Vic Floyd and girls Towns represented were Des Mount and Strawberry Highlighting the program was Rex farm editor of the Cedar Rapids Gazette who served as speak who has spent many years as head of the newspapers farm department ant who has long been interested in Iowa agriculture pre dicted a continued increase in the marketing of red meat in the United but at the same time added a note of caution in The disposable income of the workers of our Conn has for many years shown that at least five percent is spent on the purchase of red This he has shown no sign of being on the wane and since the present population is increasing and causing a consumer dollar growth of two precent every then if follows that the demand will also increase for red lean Conn About theonlyway we can get into trouble is to over produce to the point that the supply surpasses the Conn also predicted a change in the type livestock produced and Within a few years the trend will be switched to a lean carcass which has very little fat and more mus complete switch from sever al years ago when the prime an imal was plump and Following ttie awards were presented to Marcia who had the Champion steer at the Fayette County Fair Mike Champion market hog Janet who had the Champion Directors of the Fayette County organization are Donald May nard Richard Conrad Dum Paul Carl Wag Jack and Max Jen President of the group is Frank James of PSYCHOLOGY COURSE AT ELM A FAYETTE exten sion course in Abnormal Psycho logy will he offered at Flina by Upper Iowa College this it was HIGHLIGHTING the evening Tuesday was the awarding of top prices to L R Marcia Jones Champion Steer at the Fayette County Fair Mike Champion Market Hog Janet Champion Awards were presented by members of the Fayette County Livestock Association during their annual meeting and announced today by Harry Kap Tlie first class session will be held at on in the Klma elementary Anyone interested in enrolling should attend the first class meet Raplus The course will carry three hours of college Instructor for the class will be Paul prolessor of education at Upper 11 More Pages of Pictures and News CONSERVATION TOUR 13 A tour of soil conservation prac tices will lie held in Fayette County September starting at The group will leave from the northwest corner of the court house square in West Union and everyone interested is invited to Included in the tour will bo grassed backsloped terraces on tinRobert Scott a steel too wall struc grassed and tiling on the Virgil Pickar concrete gully control structures on the Les lie Lauer and diversion ter races on the Vagts Brothers Also to be viewed will be a con crete contour stripcrop and terraces on the Robert Cowles a pond used for gully control on the Carmie Peterson farm and an earthen gully control struc ture on the Kenneth Blockhus The tour is being sponsored by Agricultural Stabilization and con servation Extension Ser Farmers Home Administra Fayette County Soil Conser vation and Soil Conser vation ;