Arlington Progressive, August 27, 1970

Arlington Progressive

August 27, 1970

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Issue date: Thursday, August 27, 1970

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Arlington Progressive (Newspaper) - August 27, 1970, Arlington, Iowa ARLI VOLUME 4 NUMBER 5 THURSDAYAUGUST 1970 IOWA 506Q6 QNE SECTION PER ARLINGTON TRAP SHOOT NETS A NICE PROFIT FOR SCOREBOARD FUND As Ye So Shall Ye Reap The weather was clear and warm last Sunday afternoon and nearly 100 friendly people drove on out to the Vane Oldfather farm near Arlington to either participate in or watch a oldfashioned Trap The affair was sponsored by the Arlington Businessmens and Bobbie in her role as president of the progressive sort of ran the show and she and Joyce Henderson even got in on a couple of rou nds of They did pretty good too considering neither of them had done much shooting up until just a few days before the Vane has a real fine setup for the sport and everyone enjoyed themselves even though a lot of the shooters didnt get one cent of prize In the top photo we see Carl Henderson of the Arlington State Bank in his role as cashier while Joyce and Bobbie enjoy something going on right at the Thats Vane in the next photo and then Joyce and Bobbie in the third Those folks in the bottom photo were just some strangers who dropped in to see what the shooting was all kidding Youll recognize most of them as Arlington Alfred Eckheart had a perfect record in one of the getting ten out of ten How about The profits of the af fair were donated to the Starmont Scoreboard fund and Bobbie reports went to that worthy checked and we forgot to deduct the cost of the clay Actually the fund grew by but thats not a bad afternoons work considering the people all had a fine time Whens the next LIVESTOCK FEEDERS TO DINE SEPT 1 ARLINGTON MEN ON JUDGING TEAM ARLINGTON Special Next Tuesday evening hundreds of hun gry people will gather at Garbee Hall at Upper Iowa College in Fay ette for one of the most popular events of the The Annual Fayette County Livestock Feed ers Banquet gets underway at and if the pattern of past years holds true there wont be any hungry folks leaving the hall when the program is The Felcd Cooperatives of Fayette County donate the beef for the occasion and the portions of the delicious homegrown meat are generous as are all of the other goodies that are included to round out the menu for the After the the members and guests push back their relax and enjoy the program planned for the affair and the feed ers usually have an interesting speaker for the This year is no acception in that department because the featured guest is a lady who grew up in Hungary under spent several SCHOOLS DRIVE CAREFULLY years in a prison camp and saw many members of her family as well as hundreds of other noncom munists go to their The ladys name is Katherine Iwanow and shes going to tell in vivid terms just how living under communistic power compares with living in the United Jim Burrack of Arlington is president of the Fayette County Association and he is looking for ward to seeing all of you big eat ers at the There might even be a ticket or two left if you do not have yours Give Jim a CONSERVATION GROUP GROWS Cooperator Agreements with 7 farmers and 2 Group Enterprises were approved at the August meet ing of the Fayette Soil Conserva tion District commissioners ac cording to Paul New Cooperators with the District are Everett 2 Dover township Alvin Dover township and Winneshiek James Fremont township William Har lan township Jesse Harolan township Raymond Cal Smithfield township and Florian Windsor town Group Agreements were ap proved for Albert Dale and Walter Child in Putnam township and Harold Die Goerge Robert and Harry Manweiler in Bethel Plans were formulated for a Conservation Tour to be held September 17 in Fayette The general livestock 4H judging team of Fayette County placed first in the judging contest at Mason City August Seven counties were in compe Fayette County accumulated a total of 631 points to win out over their closest Bremer with a total of 629 Members of the team were Tom West Union Dick Stanley Dave Arlington and Loran Individual ratings gave Tom Mann of West Union a first with a total of 225 points Dave 204 Dick 202 and Loran 196 All four of these Fayette County mem bers were in the top ten individual The team was coached by Jerry James who is assisting in the Ex tension program as a summer 4H worker in Fayette He will be a Senior in Animal Science at lowaJState University this ENTRY DEADLINE Exhibitors at the 1970 National Dairy Cattle Congress and Wa terloo Meat Animal Show in Wa are reminded that entry closing deadlines are just around the Closing dates are staggered in order to avoid congestion in September 5 is the deadline for dairy dairy Domes tic and Fine and the Iowa 4H Heifer Show although individual 4H members need their entries in the hands of their county extension directors before that This years Exposition will run from 26 through ;