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Treynor Record, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1975, Treynor, Iowa ENA BUTLER 51575 3 78 Plan BiggestMolvern 4th Ever Birthday To POSTMASTER CAMPBELL was more than surprised last Friday when every postal patron seemed to have remembered her When she inquired as to how they knew it was her she received a grin and shrug as no one revealed the secret a sign on a brown paper sack above the letter slot announcing the placed there by good friend Audrey In the there were many communities which boasted the traditional Fourth of July celebration as part of the towns with everything from government controls to escalating most areas have seen the last of the big July Fourth this is not the case Many Treynor residents make their annual exodus to where the Dutch Gun Club has not only retained their but have in fact been able to stage larger and larger productions each This year is no Project chairman Ed Leu reports that a full line of unique acts and great features are in store for those attending this years Headlining the afternoon and evening shows will be the a professional aerial act direct from performances at New Yorks Madison Square This team performs deathdefying feats on the high wire featuring rocket powered vehicles and explosive Later in the show will be the a family group of harmonica performers who use four types of harmonicas in their musicalhumor Emcee for this years cele bration will be Randy a man in the Will Rogers tradition of downhome Brown will direct the show during the afternoon and eve ning and will provide his rich bag of Texas and American an act hailed by critics around the nation and particularly in the Adding to the lineup of stage acts and aerial performances will be other various including afternoon motorcycle aerial flag local band the Silver Star Shows heli copter food and of Dutchman Auto Push Bob Rabe of will provide accordian back ground music throughout the and Tom Harkin will give the traditional patriotic ad The grand of will be one of the biggest fireworks spectaculars in the entire The fireworks this year prove to be the most colorful and exciting in the history of the so plan now to attend the 27th Annual July Fourth program at Pork Producers Organized The newly formed County Pork Producers had its organizational June at the Oakland Farm Bureau Approximate ly 60 people The purpose of the Pork Producers is to promote their the new better tasting pork which they so proudly The group is in need of more interested people in the West Pottawattamie Record cs and should someone desire more con John Morse of Council Bluffs or Dennis Pat Wulff of Dues in the organization are only for the men and their wives are automatically mem bers of the the womens organization of the Eligibility for member ship requires that you are a hog even if its just Associate memberships are available at a cost of to feed packer Officers were elected as follows West Pott John cochairman with Jim Scheffler of East Jim Sick Officers for the womens group are West Pat cochairman with Judy Scheff Vice Chairmen Mary West and Joyce East Publicity chair men Mary West and Dorothy East Rachel West and Peg Each township present elect ed a Still needed are directors from townships not represented at this first meet Officers and the board of directors will hold a July 21 at 8 at the Oakland Other interested people are welcome and en couraged to The Pork Producers are not affiliated with any other organi Mary West Porkettes Publicity Chairman Volume 1 Mills Iowa 51551 June 28 Surveying the Treynor Scene by Em Krohn About every 5 or 6 years I go shopping for a new dress whether I need it or This time I needed I stopped at the local emporium to browse and finding no dresses I sought help from a slender young saleslady togged in terribly tight Dresses she 1 Those garments that ladies wore back in the dont remember she re and popping her bubble gum I hardly remember Take me to your I We weaved and wove between racks and counters until we found the Dont you have any dresses I he They would frown on Census Reports Are Needed my wearing one on the Then he caught himself and the meaning of my question and none in the You its new government regulation that everything must be kept completely equal for both Since there was little male demand for dresses we were forced to discontinue In the next store I was escorted to a rack of floor length I asked for a street length dress why is there 18 inches between the street and floor I was My but no absolutely no one wears THEM any So No One entered the next shop and was secreted to a secluded corner and shown a small rack of dresses four were in my at 1 thought until I sorted through the selection and discovered one had a hood I wasnt entering the one had a seethrough top who wants to one was heavy material with long sleeves I wanted to be one was backless and nearly frontless but not that and each had a belt Why I am I always out of step with the styles When I had a wasp styles were or waistlines were found under the or around the Now that Ive lost waistlines are No and date is due to don and Im I may just they tell me is out of Strange Rumblings From Above by John Scherle One thing that I would really like to get the straight story on is the Total Awareness organization out of Council Not long they were in the middle of a big hassle concerning the drug program they operated with tax There was some friction between the funders and the and as a matter of fact I think Total Awareness is now in the middle of a suit they brought against the asking release of money they say belongs to In the another drug abuse agency has been this one called the Chemical Dependency Agency for Southwest Also in the since Total Awareness is no longer eligible for money to fight they apparently figured the only way for them to get on the free feed trough is to fight some other hip problem currently in vogue with the social they now decided to fight the problem of This hassle between agencies for tax money began many thoughts on the pro ceedures and end results of such and maybe my statements show my ignorance of But it does show that much confusion exists concerning In the first it goes to show how you never really know who to believe when politics are One person can get on the media and swear to one and the next minute there is someone swearing to the exact opposite In the case of Total Aware the charges on one side were ineptness on the part of the and on the other side it was merely a case of conflicting So who is right only involves a hundredandsomethousand dollars of tax so why get upset the mere fact that politics even rears its ugly head in such issues is not exactly The point of the matter is that we are dealing with kids who have drug problems and batting them back and forth between agencies that are supposedly trying to help them but are instead fighting for the buck is more harmful than No one disputes the fact that such agencies are in some way those who want and seek The exact number of those with drug problems and runaways in Southwest Iowa may or may not justify the zeal with which these agencies have pursued the available Just who is or is not a runaway or who does or does not have a drug problem is open to individual At this it appears to me that some introspection by the agencies into their own problems would reveal some defects in their The filing of suits is the final If this turns off their clients as much as there will be no need for the will be no more Plan Conning Demo Forget jelly making and pickling will be demonstrated Wednesday afternoon and evening July 2 at the Council Bluffs Broadway United Methodist 11 South 1st Recipes and child care will be available The demonstrations sessions are presented by Peoples Na tural Iowa Power and Light Iowa State University Extension Service and Iowa Western Community Letters appealing to 47 thous and Iowa farmers to return completed report forms for the 1974 Census of Agriculture are being mailed by the Bureau of the In 181 thousand forms were mailed to Iowa farmers and residents as sociated with agriculture and so 74 percent have been mailed back or otherwise ac counted Bureau officials say this is the last in the planned series of followup as collection of census data is scheduled to be closed out June In telephone calls are being made to selected farmers who have not yet returned the forms in order to obtain information about their 1974 agricultural Everyone who received a form should return even those not actively engaged in such as landlords or those no longer That information can be noted on the form which should be mailed back in the envelope Response to the census is mandatory by By the same all information about individual farms is confidential and can be used only for statistical Farmers can refer to farm business records for many of the figures called for in the When records are not reasonable estimates are fully Bureau officials Return of the completed forms is essential in order that published statistics on agriculture for each county and for the State will be Results of the census will affect farmers in many Major agricultural supplies and marketing organizationsbase their decisions on census statis they can affect the availability of goods and ser vices in many farming com Any future allocation pro grams for such critical produc tion inputs as fuel and fertilizer will bear a direct relationship to the crop acreages and animal units reported in the Hard in Presbyterian Church holds dedication services last pictures on page four of the Record Attend Missouri Camp Blair Hoegh and Russell sophomores at Trey nor High school are among the onehundredtwenty freshman and sophomore high school boys Young Cowboys to Little Britches Rodeo Dust will rise and young riders will huff and puff as the 13th annual Horseshoe Saddle Club Little Britches Rodeo sparks excitement June 28 and 29 at the rodeo grounds in The program will begin each day with the grand posting of the the Little Britches and Classes of action for the rodeo goer will be Senior boys bare senior girls trail junior girls trail junior boys goat boys senior girls pole junior girls pole senior boys saddle junior boys flag senior girls calf junior girls calf junior boys steer senior boys senior girls clover junior girls senior boys calf junior boys calf senior girls goat junior girls goat and senior boys brahma Members of the Horseshoe Saddle club will run the events and a professional rodeo an nouncer and judges will be as well as rodeo IT ISNT JUST THE southwest states that have a monopoly on this is a very healthy one that grows in the flower bed alongside of the Don Gray home in Planted there by the late Sophie its blooms and there are many are a soft yellow and measure several inches Dont forget Treynor Town Baseball team will be playing at Stanton next Sunday night at Their next home game is a double header with the high school varsity team playing the first game at followed by the town team game at xCl basketballers from 56 com munities in Iowa and Nebraska expected to partici pate in the first of Northwest Missouri State Universitys three fivesession June Sixtysix freshmen and 54 sophomores are on the Their llth and 12th grade counterparts will visit the NWMSU July Seventh and eighth graders will participate July Camp Director Bob NWMSUs head basketball said campers will re ceive instruction in defensive fundamen team offen sive and defensive play and offcourt Lamkin Gymnasium as well as classroom instruction is scheduled with plenty of time for oneonone contests and allstar games the camps final two Joining Iglehart on the instructional staff will be Jerry head basketball High school Richard head basket ball Chillicothe High school Dave assistant basketball Fort Osage High school Ed head basketball High school and Dave Paul Patterson and Jim all members of NWMSUs mens physical edu cation Notice The Treynor Cheerleading Squad will be sponsoring a Car Wash at Andys Service this June 28 from 8 to Outside wash will be 75 interior an additional 75
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