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   Treynor Record, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1975, Treynor, Iowa                                Surveying the by Em Krohn So Whos Elmer Carlson I found I needed to explain to some of the younger readers of last weeks column that he was not a popcorn eating nor an old flame of but that he was Iowas own national corn husking champion in the Then I found so little was known by our young folks about the meaning of that championship and about corn harvest in that period of the past prior to the mechanical For those who do recall cornpicking by hand remember it as a timeconsuming drudgery that went on week after from the first streaks of daylight until through the the late fall and early Backbreaking each ear that filled the cribs was picked one by Often stooping was needed to pick up fallen or down and then they were tossed into a wagon all to be scooped one scoopful at a before the work day Equipment was a winters supply of double thumbed so you could turn them over when one thumb and one side wore out cotton flannel husking and a winters supply of heavy handlotion for chapped hands and sore Also needed was a husking peg or strapped across the palm of the hand to help pull off the husk to clean the ear before it was tossed into the The wagon was a 26 high box rigged with a set of bangboards on one side some 4 or 5 feet The picker heaved one ear toward the boards without and as that ear bounced and fell into the another ear was already on its The efficient worker kept a steady staccato beat while he giddaped or whoaed his team of horses at a steady pace to keep them abreast of Corn picking was a continual test of man against the elements a test of stamina and It was only a natural result that state and national competition was started to find the Thousands would attend the national including politicians on all even presidential courting the farm The contestants at these husking meets went in for a short burst of picking time for about 40 and the champ was judged not only on the quantity but also on how many ears were left in the field and how many ribbons husks were left on the ears in his Elmer Carlson was such a A hero of the 30s not an overpriced but the envy of farm boys by their Too Little fo Eat Chicken The Krohn twins attended their first Zion chicken Grandma tried to get out of the way before the pic was but thats half the shot The Treyoor Record Boosting The Treynor Community 1900 Volume 1 Mills Iowa 51551 October 1975 41 Adult Ed Classes Soon Plans are underway to organize adult education classes this according to Coordinator Keith Interest has been shown in many including Plant Fiber and and Effective Family The list is merely a possible list of and Lambertsen emphasized the fact that classes could be organized in any area providing ten persons are Most courses run for two hours per session for six The typical fee in this situation would be about with classes running longer figured propor If anyone is interested in these or other Lambertsen urges those people to contact him at To Promote Pork With Chop Day The Pottawattamie County Pork Pro ducers and their wives will be barbecuing pork chops and giving out 2 and 3 from 12 to 8 at four Council Bluffs grocery stores for October Pork Promotion The stores where the demonstrations will be held are East Super Value Ralphs Meat market and Jim and Deans on 2nd and the West Super Value store on The purpose of Pork Promotion Month is to help educate the consumer about the new pork that is being Even though it costs it is more tender and a better quality than ever Do stop by at one of these stores for a delicious sample and new information about Mary Publicity Chairman Strange Rumblings From Above by John Got a chance to see the followup to the CBS documentary The Guns of Autumn the other and it really made me kick myself that I hadnt seen the original In a day of complete pablum on the it was great to a program where your thinking process was actually In the first thats the purpose of any to provoke Maybe thats why there was such an uproar about the made you form an Knowing a little about opinion and its I sympathized with CBS when they got blasts from all But one thing remains very wrong with what happened on that first CBS inadvertently ran a United Fund public announcement spot somewhere in the and a lot of people thought that the United Fund was somehow sponsoring the controversial The result a lot of people are refusing to contribute to the Fund because of And the Fund had nothing to do with it When and where public service an nouncements are placed in television programming is up to the not the agency It is too bad that this spot had to appear when it but to penalize groups like the Red United because of this situation is very To my there is no need to have game preserves here for the express purpose of letting hunters in to kill the There are many farm fields with acre upon acre of land on which to chase and hunt All you have to do is ask Ive tried my hand at and I would have to say that I havent hunted or killed game for many Which is not to say I havent been on trips with other people and the just dont like to kill You know what they a duck may be somebodys When hunting is carried out according to game laws and in conformance with there are few problems that I can Lets just hope the art of hunting around here never reaches the lowness pictured on the Guns of And what about anyway You around hunting is almost conditioned into Hunting pheasants and the like is second nature in a lot of local and Im sure that the type of hunter pictured on the CBS program is not one wed run into around The Patty really has her Her lawyers say she is deteriorating mentally in Seems to me that anyone who would choose to join a violent activist spurn their rob make wouldnt have too much more mental deterioration to go The point is There are thousands of those in jail who dont have the millions the Hearsts and you dont see anybody going around crying over And theyve been in jail a lot longer than Patty will ever What about their mental states Nobody ever said jail was a resort on the She wouldnt even be in jail if she hadnt chosen the ripoff and gun She chose her lifestyle and now she has to see it is she just a weekend revolutionary Fine Art Show Is This Sunday The Woodbine Fine Arts Association will have its annual Art show on the library lawn Sunday 5 from 1 oclock until The show will be juryed by a well known artist Brenda An entry fee of gives you the privilege of entering as many paintings of ceramics or any other category as you Our only stipulation is that all work must be That is no nor copies of someone elses Turner will have seminar and critique in the evening besides a demon stration in the If you have any questions about your work or any particular problem with a canvas bring the canvas and she will be happy to consult you about The association will furnish snow fence for hanging Any other supplies the artists needs must be furnished by the We also request that the work that is shown has never been shown in this region before likewise that the artists leave their work till the close of the show at 5 If it should be a rainy Sunday we will move the art show to the Legion Hall in We do hope you will come and bring your work and any one you know that has work who wants it There will be someone at the library lawn from on to help you put your workon Do plan to come to Woodbine on NOTICE The annual meeting of Westfair will be held 12 at 2 oclock at the Westfair The meeting is open to all members and any others who are interested in the Following the meeting there will be a Pork and this too is open to all who For those planning to attend the they are asked to bring a covered dish and their own table Plan to be there and help make next years fair an even bigger Homecoming Is Next Week Treynor Homecoming activities will begin this coming Monday morning when all classes will assemble at to hear an outline of the weeks Homecoming worked out be tween students and admin include the following schedule Cheerleaders will present the weeks acttvittestethe student bodyplus present the Homecoming Queen Spirit of 1976 Revolun tionary Spirit Day where the student body will be wearing white and Each a sequence of 200 years ago today will be highlighted over the school intercom for the day is We are expecting a Student baby pictures will be displayed with each football player receiving a candy for the day is Overhaul em with the students wearing pep assembly and bonfire on the baseball field with community people Theme of the pep assembly will be Fire all individual entries for the parade will be judged at the football field parking At the 1975 Homecoming Parade will take with the parade route beginning at the hiway 92elementary road intersection and pro Red Cross Annual Meet Was Monday The Pottawattamie County Red Cross Annual Meeting was held last Monday evening at the Club Following a delicious the formal welcome and introductions were undertaken by Chairman Charles Tel Awards were then presented by Lynn Katie and one so honored was Belle who has been an active member of the County Red Cross Board for 32 Beben see received a plaque and pin for her Following the introduction and election of new board the group was shown a slide presentation by Steve Public Information Officer for the OmahaDouglas County Civil Lees show concerned the May tornado which hit areas of and included many aerial and surface shots of the Lees message was meant to show that Council Bluffs and sur rounding rural areas are not immune to possible tornado Following a short meeting of the Board of Directors was gressing along the hiway to the bank one block south to Hoist east on Hoist to the At the Bicen tennial presentation of the Community flag will take place in front of the high There will be a chili supper from sponsored by the school boosters in the Elementary multipurpose The Homecoming football game against Tri Center will begin at with the presentation and crowning of the 1975 Homecoming Queen at The Homecoming dance will begin at in the high school and all alumni and parents are invited to 40 Years Ago by Tiarks and Ben Volkens are announcing the marriage of their daughter Amanda to Arthur Pryor of The wedding took place at the Methodist parsonage in Earl Strohbehn and and Adolf Goos attended the Congregational Conference at Harlan Wednesday and Approximately persons attended the McCormick Deering field day held Thursday on the Archie Campbell two and one half miles south of Council Featured were farming contests for farmers and 4H club Among contestants in the adult division were Bill Harvey Albert Stille and Theodore In the 4H Virgil Hoist was Others taking part were Julius Ralph Shirley Don Burgoin and John A 40 acre plot was Judging was based on the quality of work Each contestant drove a tractor pulling a two fourteen inch Haines was found dead in stricken with a heart attack when preparing to milk a Jim milk dealer found the when he arrived at the Two Ed Tiarks and Harry Lyman were summoned to help carry Haines body to the Haines was a life time resident of Wash FHA Meeting ington He was survived by his wife and two Georgia Collins and Opal Due to the Mission Festival at Paul church in Dumfries there will be no services in Treynor Congregational You are invited to listen to the World Series Ball games at the Treynor Service Play by play broadcasts direct from the two ball parks will come over Columbia and Cash store advertised Camay or Palmolive 4 bars 19 cents Kelloggs Bran 9 cents a package Kraft 24 cents Sugar 100 Flour Goochs sack Local Singers Will Perform The Celebration of an inter denominational musical group from the will present a gospel musical by Otis Skillings at the Orpheum Theatre in The musical will be presented October 4th at and there is no admission although there will be a freewill Local members of the group include Wendy Vorthmann and Miriam Fetter The girls were also featured with the group in a previous performance at the Chanticleer Theatre in Council Is October 9 Soybean Board Election Results Belle and Red Cross Officers Jack and Charles The yearly District FHA Meeting will be held this year on October 9 at New The theme this year is Search to Special guest will be Miss TeenAge Iowa from The speaker is Clancy who will give us a talk on the A special attraction is a style show given by five girls from each Repre senting Treynor in the style show is Marlita Jann Sharon Lori Danker and Jill Vorth Installation services will also be The Treynor Chapter Delegate to be in stalled for treasurer is Tina It should be a very interesting and entertaining day for the various school chapters Luanne President The Iowa Soybean Promotion Board ISPB has announced unofficial results of the 23 election to fill four vacancies on its ninemember Winner in crop reporting district 3 was Lloyd Pleggenkuhle of Sumner district Bill New of Nevada district Gerald Forristall of Macedonia and district Dwight Joy of Humes The ISPB is responsible for operating the halfcent per bushel soybean checkoff program in Iowa and for allocating check off funds to research and overseas market Board members are soybean farmers and are elected by other soybean farmers in their crop reporting   

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