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   Treynor Record, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1976, Treynor, Iowa                                Arnon Treynors varsity cheerleaders were recently notified that they have been chosen among the top ten squads in the United States for their participation in a prominent cheerleader The ten Becky Susan Kim Lori Sheila Lisa Pam Joni Jann and Carol Herzberg have participated in two summer camps sponsored by the Dynamic Cheerleaders Association and have been named the top squad each The sponsored by Mary Lou entered the competition by submit ting spirit fundraising to the They were then judged on their and cheering The squad received an engraved spirit plaque and free tuition to any DCA Summer Camp in the nation for the entire Their contributions and names will also be published in the Spirit an annual publication of Grobe Seeks Nomination Lynn Route will seek the Republican nomination for County Board of Supervisors in the June Grobe would like to work for all the people and try to make the board a more active and productive He is a graduate of Oakland High School and the University of Omaha where he majored in business and studied real During his three years with the United States Army he was special agent in charge of a oneman office in the Military Intelligence Currently engaged in he and his are the parents of three Grobe is a member of the Farm serving on the 1975 resolutions committee and has been active with the membership He is also a member of Pork the American Legion Post Delta Upsilon the United Methodist church and is president of the Oakland Alumni Treynor Participates in ClassC Music Treynor High School music students participated in the state class C solo and ensemble contest at Oakland on April 9 and The following students received Superior I ratings on their vocal solos Terri Dawn Ricky Boehm and David The following vocal ensembles received Superior I ratings Boys quartette Scott Bryce Ron Tiarks and Ricky Like Duet Terri Sudmann and Sheila The following students received Superior I ratings on their instrumental solos Machelle clarinet Cindy saxo phone Brenda tenor sax Julie flute Ricky baritone A Superior I rating was received by the following instrumental ensemble sax David Miriam Brenda Ricky The following all received Excellent II ratings Vocal soloist Sheila Machelle Bebensee and Bryce Vocal ensembles Mixed quartet Ma chelle Brenda Ricky Dave like duet Machelle Brenda Burhenne like duet Jolene Carol Girls sextet Jann Lynette Vorth Jolene Julie Lynette Tiarks and Carol Band students receiving Excellent II ratings included Tina sax Miriam sax Karen clarinet Janis clarinet Dan bass Instrumental ensemble clarinet quartet Janis Machelle Jann Deb Mixed clarinet quartet Karen Lynette Jeff Dan Sax trio Ricky Cindy Brenda Receiving pood III ratings were Marlita Roger Mixed quartet Jolene Carol Bryce Scott Sheri The students would like to thank Dave Musick and Gene Torrens for all their help and a special thanks to Machelle LuAnn David Orr and Viola Blcher for accompanying various This plaque denotes the Treynor cheerleaders as one of the top teams in the nation I SUNRISE SERVICE AT CHURCH RELIGIOUS EDUCATION BUILDING The public is welcome to attend the Easter Sunrise service at the church Religious Education sponsored by the adult Sunday School class of Zion Congregational Service will begin at Coffee and rolls will be served NOTICE The Band Boosters will be holding bake sales every beginning April 17 thru May 15 at the Treynor Help earn money for the band trip to Colorado in May by buying or contributing either at bake sales or the rummage sale coming 40 Years Ago Today Compiled by Thelma Tiarks The weather man really dished out a smear of mud along with the rain of Tuesday night and Wednesday Windows were covered with enough mud to almost shut out the light and the sky seemed filled with dust until about 11 oclock Wednesday Dryden arrived home Thursday morning from where she has been the past three She was called there by the serious illness of her who was feeling better when Dryden left for The bridge club met at the home of Steele Tuesday Neary and Joseph Karrer received prizes for high and low A small delegation from Treynor met with a group from Carson and Griswold with the County Board in Council Bluffs Monday afternoon requesting that the county grade the remaining seven miles on the east part of the shortline They were not given an Boosting The Volume 2 Mills Iowa Treynor Community Since 1900 51551 April 18 by Em Krohn Living out here in the country I frequently must view the Treynor scene through telescopic and so its good to get the details of all Ive missed even in the past 40 years through the Treynor A local newspaper is more than just a communication channel for community but it is a welcome weekly visit from a familiar The Treynor area has been fortunate to have had a Record of its events through the years and a record of fine leadership to keep the paper in The past few years have been ones of many changes for the paper and for its We survived the switch to and welcomed the return of the Record to We lost a valued friend and neighbor in the death of editor Emmett and gained a fine new friend in the young John weve through the many the faithful guardianship of Thelma Its with more than a touch of sadness we say Good Bye to Well miss you Weve grown accustomed to your youthful approach to life and and look forward to your candid opinions and Ill miss my sparing We wish you well in your new and challenging keep in Michael Jackie and we say May you record only happy moments while working with the Treynor Record and the Treynor You have an important role to but youll find all the supporting players make for a tremendous Boys quartet left to right Scott Rick Ronnie Tiarks and Bryce Girls sextet left to right Lynette Carol Juli Joleen Jan Schnoor and Lynette Mayor Bryant Attends Meeting I attended the 37th Annual Meeting of the Iowa Municipal Finance Officers Association IMFOA at Des Moines on April 9 and Registration with Fun and Games actually started on the evening of the 8th but we decided it wasnt worth the cost of another nights so were headed for Des Moines by 6 April Glen that is went with and he paid for his own Such topics as Collective Insurance and liability were explained with a question and answer session following each Lloyd state spoke during the noon This man is and I feel can back up every word he Again we had time for questions and and were assured his office is ever ready to assist any city with its This gave me an opportunity to present the landfill A lively discussion but I still dont have the Treynor will without a doubt have to solve this problem at the local A legislative update was on the and on Friday we went to Capitol called Laverne Schroeder out of and got some clarifications on his viewpoint con cerning several bills before the Late in the afternoon we broke up into workshops by population and received information on such questions as unemploy ment insurance for city when I write city I include as the word town is now passe budget publishing of seasonal employ emergency Trust and withholding taxes and many Friday was a continuation of followed by the annual business meeting with election of Some door prizes were Naturally I didnt win the but I did get a table prize of three We picked up our mail at home and for the two days I was fourteen pieces of city correspondence had accumulated in my Elsie Pony Express Rides Again In recognition of the Iowa originated volunteer ride that has been copied this year in states from California to New Governor Robert Ray has proclaimed April 10April 17 as Pony Express week in The organizations ninth annual statewide Ride That Crippled Children Can Walk will be held April 16 and 17 and raises funds to help lowans with physical and multiple handicaps through the programs at Easter Seals Camp Last year the volunteers raised over in an effort that involved 8500 lowans of all One of those taking part in this years ride is Dee Trede who will join the riders in Council Bluffs leaving there around 8 April Containers have been placed in various places of business and will be picked up along the They will also solicit as they ride The riders should be in Treynor around and will then move on to Atlantic and finally arriving at Camp Sunnyside near Des Fourteen separate routes from the four state borders and dozens of spur rides through Iowa communities are covered when the Pony Express Riders begin their relay ride through Iowa About riders and half as many mounts are expected to arrive at the Camp beginning at 1 April Donated food will be served the Senator Dick Clark is Honorary Chairman of the PRECIPITATION MEASURES SLIGHTLY ABOVE NORMAL Precipitation for the first three months is inches above Total accumulated is inches as of March Normal is Available soil moisture is Samples taken the last of March show inches in the top foot inches in the two foot level inches in the third inches in the fourth and inches in the The four and five foot levels are below normal while the one and two foot levels are above inches of available moisture per foot is normal for this time of TVFD Needs Help Members of the Treynor Volunteer Fire Department and Ambulance Crew remind area residents of their ambulance fund drive the last of this Letters are being sent out by the Volunteers for the Ambulance Fund Dance to be held April 24 at the Legion There will be a door prize drawing at the which will have music by the Tommy Bishop The letters sent contain tickets for the dance but should you not plan to the volunteers say donations are greatly appreciated and the stub is placed in the box for the Be as generous in your giving as the members of the Department are with their answer as to just what the county would do in regard to completing the The committee has a promise that the road will be taken over by the state when the entire road in this county is Seems as though the county has a good chance to get rid of 40 miles of road by grading seven For Sale New 1000 chick size coal Kathmanns For Sale 25 cents each John Phone 2 The quarterly meeting of the Hilltop Womens club was held at the home of Glenn Sealock Wednesday newly elected chairman presided at the business Those present were the Mesdames William Frank Carl Otto Cohrs and Breen Caldwell and Miss Helen Herbert Vorthmann was voted in as a new The lowest interest rate ever offered agriculture on mortgage credit is now available to Oscar Bock has just been notified of the permanent reduction of the interest rate from 5 to effective on all land bank Interesting to note both Paul Lutheran church and Zion Congregational church notes listed communion services in both the German language and the Englishone on Good Friday the other on Easter Sunday with confirmation exercises in both Park Committee Plans Playground Equipment The Park Committee met April 7th and many items were brought up for There are a few trees to be cut and there is still some cleanup work to be many thanks are due the Den Mothers and the Cub Scouts for their work giving the park a clean sweep and cleanup April making it look real Lets keep it that way On the slate of discussion were tables and play ground and they all cost a lot of So the committee HELP The Jaycees have offered their help wherever Also there is talk of a building to be torn down for the There are a few available funds to help on the expenses but the committee needs all the help the town and area residents can As of course the park is there for all to For this reason the Park committee is asking for donations to help carry out the needs for future If those who use the park for picnics and reunions would make a also any others who are interested in having a good park would it will be greatly appreciated by Your donation may be left at the Treynor State time when there is a call for There have been some residents who have inquired for the red stickers to be placed in bedroom They will be available at the door or may be had by asking one of the members of the Clifford Johnson Resigns as Director Clifford West Pottawattamie County Extension Director has resigned his position effective July Johnson announced his resignation at a meeting of the County Extension Council held Wednesday April 7th at the Extension The Iowa State University Extension Service has also been notified of the resigna Johnson has served in Extension for the past years of which years was in West Pottawattamie as Extension He previously served in Ayr for 5 years and in Clarinda for 2 His resignation is due to He says he has no special plans for after July 1st but will try to get in some time for Monte Extension Council Chair says the Council will contact the Iowa State University Extension Service regarding filling 1   

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