Arlington Progressive

September 28, 1967

Issue date: Thursday, September 28, 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) - September 28, 1967, Arlington, Iowa The Problem Selector Which sir WATCHFUL EYE OF FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION HELPS CONSUMERS Right in the midst of the current debate between similar buffered product and other anal gesics as to which product gives the fastest and longest relief Is the Federal Trade Commission all in behalf of Remote as the Federal Trade Commission may seem from our it is constantly on duty to safeguard the public from false advertising and unfair business says Mary ex tension home It has the responsibility for policing a wider area of the American econ omy than any other government ag Not only can it attack unfair business practices but it has the power to proceed against prac tices that even threaten fair com In this the Com mission has stepped in to settle the Issue among the analgesic pro It the Commission has that each of the var ious analgesic products now of fered to he consuming public Is effective to essentially the same degree as all other competing pro ducts supplying an equivalent quan tity of an analgesic ingredient or combination of The Commission has ordered product ad writers to stop making false claims as to comparative speed or duration of and to stop attributing magic beneficial effects to certain ingredients with out using their common names and providing In order to give the as well as a fair judg the Commission is inviting all interested including the to file written views on the proposed rule with the Federal Trade Com Sixth Street at Pennsyl vania later than Presentations should not exceed two FLOYD manager of the Arlington Coop Commission is shown here with Omaha Bank for Cooperative Pres ident John Eidam during a recent meeting for new managers of farmer co The twoday held in Omaha at the SheratonFontenelle was sponsored by the Omaha Sessions at the meeting familia rized the 40 managers in attendance with the operations of the Bank for Co Hills and Prairie Meet SfARMGNl HIGH SCHOOL ARLINGTON In Beautiful Northeast Iowa i N D U s r r v ARLINGTON IOWA FARM AMUNOTON AGRICULTURE I NUMBER 10 PRICE PER COPY IOWA SEPTEMBER 1967 50606 TWO SECTIONS 16 PAGES RLINGTON JAYCEES ELECT ILL SLATE OF OFFICERS Illattended special meeting View Arlington Jaycee Chap It Monday evening saw a com llate of officers elected for pming Chapter Bob 1 who was elected president I new Chapter at a previous gaveled the meeting and Ited the Gary Wis Ipresident of the Oelwein was there to guide i the proper Jaycee proce las was Wally director for the Oelwein Another helping hand was py Ray also of the Bn fcers elected were Rick 1st Vice President Lar 2nd Vice President Internal Director External Director Secretary Kenneth Treasurer Clyde All of these officers ferve one year terms in of voted on and put into the of the new Chapter were lowing Bimonthly meet 1 be held on the 1st and 3rd Bs of each month with the to change any individual good The meetings held at at the City In the event the Is unavailable on any members will be not phone or postcard of the i meeting Bi ll meetings of the Board of fs will be held at meeting nights prior pter President and President Seedorff and Mid virtue of their offices I installed as the Bylaws littee and instructed to have Arlington Jaycee Chapters in order and ready to be led by the October 2nd meet Id Watts was appointed Chair trie New Chapter Dinner with ns to proceed at once lans for the dinner which is PPortant and wellattended n of any new Jay Chapters all over the invited to the affair and Ispoiise is usually very Winner meeting is also open une Interested in the Jaycee and especially anyone in becoming a member Arlington Jaycee WILL LEAD JAYCEES Kenny Kl Bob Falck Rick Lee Wescott Larry Middleton Will Guide The Destinies Of Arlingtons Newly Organized Jaycee Chapter For The Next RECORD REGISTRATION OF HAWKEYE INSTITUTE WATERLOO 400 students are expected to re gister for classes at the Hawkeye Institute of Technology this Thurs Ninetyeight students are al ready enrolled and are currently attending ongoing This is to be the first major group of students to register for programs at Friday Corning the entire stu dent body is to meet lor the ret time The event wil be orientation activities at the Hope MarHn Waterloo Recre atlon from 9 to Dr Travis superinten dent will give the welcoming ad dress a ml introduce faculty and staff information about student sports services and programs will be given at that electronic and mechanical tech nology will register from 11 to Students ar to register from to for first year classes In electron machine ma chine machinisttoo and mechanical radiotelevision re and Agriculture power and auto body re pair and auto mechanic students are to be registered between 4 to 5 new first rans n aircraft com and po lice practical nursing stu nd sxoiul year students in WOULD YOU BELIEVE Three ears of corn on one stock grown by Frank PROGRESSIVE am UNO REPORT Clyde Progressive presents Allan Knickerbocker with a transistor was one of the lucky winners on Open House That envious feller looking on is Allans FOOTBALL CONTEST PICKS UP SPEED Six contestants had identical 16 winner entries in last weeks foot ball J Strawberry Points ardent sports with a tiebreaking score of only two points of the actual 24 points scored in the Elkader West Central came home the lucky Iowa with a tie breaking prediction of 21 points took home the while his with 20 enriched the family coffers with the third Irene Docs and Dave Mor gan and Dick both of also picked 16 winners but their tiebreaker scores were too far off to get them Into the Four contestants had 15 game They were Billy Betty and Joel all of and Gene winner of the prize in the first weeks Twelve Progressive readers picked 14 winners out of the pos sible They were Robert Violet Rodney Gas Allan Dale Connie Kendrick all of Arlington three more of the lucky Hotz family Jim and Strawberry and Bill Green and Ladd Wessels of Thirteen winning games were picked by the following Marge Mark Orling Knickerbocker and all of Hazel and Roger Earle of Fay The Washington win over Wis consin put a loser mark on most while the Elkader rout of West Central was another game missed by The tie between Upper Iowa and while an upset of did not affect the results in any Most of the con testants stuck with the Big Ten teams and came out ahead except in the case of Many loyal fans picked Starmont over Dyersville with a big X fortheir Here are the results of last weeks contest games Dyersville 14Starmont 0 Texas Tech 52 lowa State 0 Stanford 21Kansas 20 Oelwein 19Decorah 6 Navy 23Penn State 22 Indiana 12Ken tucky 10 Oklahoma21Washlngton State 0 Colorado 17Oregon 13 Waukon 26Valley 0 Michigan 10 Duke 7 Minnesota 13Utah 12 Iowa 24Texas Christian 9 Wash ington 17Wisconsin 0 Upper Iowa 6Dubuque 6 Florida 14IllinolsO Clemson 23Wake Forest 6 UCLA 40PHtsburgh 8 Syracuse 7Bay lor 0 Notre Dame 41California 8 Elkader 24West Central Ooops Looks like Illinois didnt do too good against but then that was sort of an upset Little Darwin infant son of David Jellines of Fayette seems to be the center of attention at the Fred Watts home during Open House activities last Standing guard is Doris Burrack while John Ehlers of Lament and an uniden tified lady admire the baby and the new kitchen Darwins mom won a lifetime subscription to the Arlington wasnt it Bill Ehlers of Lament holds the Electric Corn Popper he won during New Car Showing at Newton Motor Arlingtons Chevrolet Buick Poy Ward looks on from the background while Les Welch en joys a cup of It all harrened on September r ;