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Treynor Record, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1976, Treynor, Iowa are being made as the Bicentennial draws Bicentennial Bandwagon Several Treynor area riders are planning to ride with the Bicentennial Wagon Train Pilgrimage crossing Nebraska at the present This wagon train is following in reverse the Oregon Trail and will arrive in Omaha May Plans are to join the encampment at Thursday April Requirements for participation are a recent health certificate which includes the Coggins tests for horses and a registration fee shoeing is Food for riders and horses may be purchased on the train Anyone interested in riding with this group is asked to contact Keith Lambertsen im 4873422 or Offers Free Theater As a special bicentennial gift to southwest Iowa Western Community College is offering a reenactment of theater popular during the early Chautauqua II is patterned after outdoor Chautauquas especially popular in the Performances will include musical ensembles and vignettes of historical The show will be presented at the Council Bluffs center May Other performances will be available throughout southwest Iowa May 12 and The local sponsoring organizations need only provide a performance place and local For more information contact Delbert Drama Activities director for the Colleges Clarinda center at or write him at Iowa Western Community 923 East Washington 40 Years Ago Compiled by Thelma Tiarks Friends surprised and Emil on their silver anniversary Saturday Those present were and Herman Fahrenkrog and and Hans Schoening and and Frank Rommel and and Detlef Husz and and Fred Miller and and Emil and Gretchen Babcock and Oscar and Hugo Guttau returned home Thursday from California where they spent the winter Mesdames Max Fred Wild and Breen Caldwell were the members of the Hilltop Womens Club to attend the county convention at the Hotel and Harry Schroeder of Tabor visited friends in Treynor Friday and attended the play given by the Dorcas A son was born to and Glen Husz on April The farmers of Silver Creek and Keg Creek townships received their final payment of the corn hog contracts About will have been paid out by the first of the Clarence Schultz is selling cars for Bryant Motor and if you know of a prospect or wish to buy a car for see The Presbyterian Ladies Aid was enter The Record Boosting The Treynor Since 1900 by Em Krohn My pedagogical contract is up this spring and Ive declared myself to be a free agent for Reports that Im holding out for a 5 year contract of over million is This breaks down to this year and salaries in the ensuing years of and I dont get older I just get Mandatory fringe benefits to he included in my contract are bonus for each public appearance at PTA ball or school parties a new cur each my own and a years supply of red marking Lesser demands not fully described here in details include the elimination of potty patrol eraser and chaperoning of school bus outings that exceed the radius of 2 Free legal services or medical coverage needed for any cases resulting from student sports or Friday Negotiable terms include such items as a padded desk new coffee maker in the and safety protection from spit balls and unidentified flying Although I feel the terms of this contract are moderate and and quite in line with others of equal professional the present manager can be quoted as describing my demands as totally and threatens to trade me to a Class D school for 2 But Ill continue to hold out until the demands are Teaching is a prime It is a matter of extreme importance to me to promote the cause of better working conditions for each and monetary rewards for everyone in the teaching game to be on a par parallel to other In the light of other professional negotia tions of recent days I have every confidence my million contract will be Meanwhile my chalk commercials and endorsements of foot massagers for teachers tired tootsies will keep me in so my popularity will pressure management to ultimately meet my Volume 2 51551 April 19 at an allday meeting on Wednesday by Lloyd On account of the weather only five members were They were Ray Irvin Wild and Frank They spent the afternoon The Keg Creek group of 4H will meet with Richard Vorthmann Tuesday group will meet with Fred and William group with Jack Barton Friday 11K15 TAXES BREADBASKET It will do no harm to have a reminder that when the congress passes laws requiring the expenditure of money the people will have to pay When a deficit it must be Temporary borrowing by the Treasury may take care of it for the present but finally the taxpayer will come to a day of The present high rate of taxes especially state and local assessments is one of the main reasons small concerns are closing up and their business is going to the chain stores and large That was written three years ago and its author was former President Calvin And the article goes on to say Since that the tax problem has become levied by all units of govern ment are rising to the point of confiscation and government indebtedness has soared to an undreamed of The people will eventually have to pay every penny of Whats U V Al I I B I Eugene Young Assigned To Evacuate Minot Eugene Gene disaster has been assigned to work on the evacuation of some people in North Young was appointed disaster director in January and already this is his second He was operations director in following the gas explosion at the Pathfinder The National American Red Cross re quested Youngs presence in Minot to assist in food preparation and distribution of mass care items such as candy milk and other Young drove a Red Cross feeding which is based in to which is some 655 miles Red Cross officials have set up a shelter there in which evacuees are Young is expected to be on the disaster assignment in Minot for seven to ten Gene is a Treynor High school and Iowa State University graduate and spent three years with the Peace Corp in His mother is Martha Young of Cross Photo Events You Should Know About SCHOOL BOOSTER MEETING MAY 11 The final program for the School Booster organization will be held May at the Elementary The program will be given by Dave Grieser spokesman for the Iowa Educational Broadcasting The program will be centered toward you the consumer or potential user of the Educational Television Channels 32 and Grieser will be explaining how to get the best reception on Channels 32 and He will also be explaining what the channels have to offer that the regular commercial channels do Free programming guides will be available for all who Why not plan to visit the sale on discards may be your See what there is to sell and help send the band to There will be a Senior Citizens trip to Pella for the Tulip Time Festival on May Anyone interested in going contact All reservations must be made by Cost for the trip is which includes transportation and a smorgasbord served by a local It also includes refreshments enroute and a tour The Treynor Band Boosters are holding a rummage sale at the Kiel 501 South Council April during the hours of 8 to 5 The band is soliciting any usable items anyone in the community may Some items you may wish to donate are cooking These items may be brought to the band room in either of the If this is not convenient call the high school 9474 or call 3743 or contact a band member and arrange for someone to pick up the The Rural Homemakers luncheon sponsor ed by the Farm Bureau Womens Committee will be held April 26 at Club 64 at 12 oclock Richman Gordman stores of Council Bluffs will present the style show of new there will also be some styles from the past being We hope to have many of the past Homemaker of the Year as models and the Homemaker for 1976 will be revealed at the Tickets are available from committee members or at the Farm Bureau Reservations must be made by April We are also encouraging anyone who has a dress for the Bicentennial to wear We could have a style show throughout the Pony Express Riders Ride so others can walk on a Horse trailers carried the ponies from one town to the
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