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Rolfe Arrow (Newspaper) - February 28, 1985, Rolfe, Iowa Marty and I have had a few go about farming issues in the I guess we are due for another things concern me when I see what is happening to the farmers and how they are being affected by the current economic Perhaps I need to vent some steam about what I see is along with posing some very pertinent questions to you I did not start my until last fall the corn was being turned down and unprotected dirt turned So in order for and perhaps a few to better understand the crisis situation the farmers are in I want to know what was happening in agriculture before the apparent problems I want to know what did happen to cause the reversal of profitability in I will speculate that the moves were but cannot specify times or can I have heard some farmers including about interest David a grain price of seed and and so But there is something new in the Some of the farmers are weighing the pros and cons about even planting this The sad fact several farmers are not going to it's not necessarily by their can I do to help the I am aware of some of affects the consumers would suffer if a good percentage of the farmland is not being I am sure that you could see further over the and enlighten me with different a more optimistic it thrills me to see the farmers unite against the policies being set by consumers in Washington versus by farmers in Iowa and across the my I cannot remember any instance of a farmer making the cover of a national magazine until last The magazine singled out one farmer and his Unfortunately there were many farmers to choose from to I would have preferred to read Success rather than Losing really upsets me that our government can seemingly take advantage of the citizens of the United In in downright irks U.S. has always been considered a Perhaps that is a major factor to consider when I look at the history Is that why the people of the United States have not united together to rebel some of the things our has done to the government says everybody Uhen the government recalled gold in 1933, everybody turned it in. When government ceased to back our currency with silver in 1964, nobody seemed to Everytime the government increased social security was It was even okay when the government changed social security since the Boston Tea Party and the Whiskey Rebellion my has there been a organized revolt against Most people have accepted the fact that like are a fact of What I see happening is for every raise in taxes another year is taken off At the rate taxes are increasing I am quite confident that I will lose the ability to support myself when I reach retirement you can I am not happy about what the government does to both consumers and In I am wondering when the government will start handing out jars of vaseline when certain laws are imposed on everywhere are joining forces to show their fighting for Farmers are Why should or any of us for that have to pay for the constitutional right to life pursuit of I don't know what action must be taken to wake the and the up to the needs of both consumer and the government is offering all kinds of assistance loans and you qualify and meet their effort to correct the crisis situation that they all know that when we vote we are putting our faith in the democratic process and our trust in the elected But sometime or haven't we each said don't they check with me YEARS NEW EACH ONLY ONE IN THE UNITED STATES 102 35 February 28,1985 Iowa 50581 Six Pages Single Copy 25' Scouts Scout Pack 76, of held its annual Blue and Gold Banquet at St. Lutheran Church on Feb. 24. Eleven scouts attended with their parents and races were held using rubber powered models built by each of the Trophy winners were Brian first place and Robbie second awards were presented to the following Mario Point received a bead toward his Wolf Mike Jeremy Ives and Tony each received their Wolf Patches and advanced to the Bear and Greg Robbie Brian and each received their Badge Colors and were advanced to the presentation by the scouts honored the 75th Anniversary of the Boy Scouts of From about 2,000 Boy Scouts and leaders in 1910, Scouting in the United States has grown to nearly six million Although changes have been made in Scouting over the the ideals and principles have remained the same since its service to others and duty to God and 76 is guided under the capable leadership of Den Mothers Joyce Thorson and Joan and Den Master Tim CUB SCOUT PACK 76. Attending the Annual Blue and Gold Banquet and being honored from left to Greg and Jeremy Troy Greg Jeremy Brian Mike Robbie Tony Doug and Mario Not pictured are Jeremy Jeff Den Mothers Joan Dreith and Joyce and Den Master Tim Al Office the first week in March we will add two days to our work The Arrow office will be open on Thursday and are in the process of making the new sign for our Office and Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. We did not change day we drive to Emmetsburg to publish then return to Rolfe to address and take the newspapers to the post Although we can usually be found in the office between 10:30 and 11:30 the office will be officially closed as it was hope our new office hours will make it easier for you to bring in news items and as well as advertisements and cards of Department to host Open Rolfe Police Department will be hosting an Open House at City Hall on March 4, from 2-5 public is invited and encouraged to attend and meet with Dan Rolfe Police County Rich will also be available at the Open House to address questions and visit with Rolfe Day of Day of Prayer services for Rolfe and surrounding communities will be held in the Rolfe United Methodist Church at 2 p.m. March 1. is invited and encouraged to attend the ecumenical Day of Prayer is celebrated on March 1 in churches all across the United States and in 170 countries and regions of the This 1985 service takes as its theme Through Prayer and Written by Christian women of it calls people the world over to gather for the 98th consecutive year to circle the globe in prayer for and to actively become service seeks to motivate a commitment on the part of participants to become personally involved in the peacemaking as and families within their their and the will by popular Starting the first week in March The Arrow will once again be publishing Chit-Chat on a regular is our hope to find someone to compile the news items for We will be interviewing next 1985 of TTT Chamber of Commerce 6:05 7:30 Club 2 Meeting 7 Council 7:30 Sigma Meeting 7:30 Board - 7:00 Am. Tuesday Club 6:30 Meeting 7 Beta Sigma Banquet - 31 Club 6:30
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