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Mallard Leader (Newspaper) - May 29, 1958, Mallard, Iowa ly Graduates Honored At Party and Arnold Zech en at their hem ing guests after the graduation of their and their oh May 20th Nellie of and Henry Janice Milton Point and and John Niemand and Roger all of Will Havlik and sons of Maurice and children of and Dale and and Frank Beit of and CharUs Stein and Chuckie of Webster Ernst and and and James Wolfram and and Clarence and children and Harriett PALO ALTO MAY i Celebrate Birthday and Ronald Hagen buchar of Lowell Wright and children of Laurens and Carol Brennan of gathered at the Jay Bren nan home Sunday to celebrate the birthday ef the ladies A sumptuous din ner was enjoyed Brennan received lovely gifta from her Monday Bren nan was at a sur prise party at the home of Dennis with Keith as A hankie shower for the honoree was fea A delicious lunch was Guests were Gene Lawrence Le roy Leuer and Mary Jo Three Deneis Schul ler of Joe Jr and Elmer Reinders were unable to attend but sent their Ellington Farm Bureau The Ellington Farm Bureau will meet next Tues day June at the home of Mamie Assisting hostesses are and Leroy Graff and Everett Lauer will be in charge of the Receive Health Certificate Awards Greta nurse reports that the following grade pupils received health cer awards 1st Grade Linda Joan Pamela Dan ny 2nd Grade John Patricia 3rd Grade Robert 4th Grade Robert To be eligible for thane a pupil must have their dental cards and medical records re and Albert Steil and Mike Steil left Thurs day for the west Summer Youth Program Plans have been underway to organize a summer program for youth in the Through the generosity of the local school town American Legion and Commercial Club the program will offer baseball for ages 8 to 15 and softball for There will be two Little 8 thru 12 and thru Both teams are members of leagues this year and schedule of the games will appear in the Leader as soon as it is mately ten games will be played during the A high school girls softball team will also be They will aot be entered in a league but will play a game a week if Softball for younger girls may be offered at a later Willis Fain will be summer pro gram director and will be in charge of all activities except high school girls which will be under the direction of Lyle Basil Tom Conway arid Lyle Foster will serve as business The object of the program is not only to develop an interest IB but to give our youth the opportunity to work and play together under Other towns are offering similar programs and we must keep pace or fall by the Through your agement and support this can be a success and of great benefit to the In order to set up a schedule for practice an idea of how many want to participate is needed on Tuesday June at oclock there wil be a registration for both boys and girls in the basement of the Mallard Parents and other interested people are invited to come and hear about the pro gram in The program is open to children of the Mallard community and fringe If you know of someone who is interested but does not take the please inform them of the Red Cross To Offer Swimming Lessons Red Cross swimming lessons will be offered again this summer at The Mallard Community will sponsor those who wish to at tend from the Mallard community and the program will be conducted the same as last small charge will be made for riding OB the bus and there wil be a small fee for baskets at the An announcement will appear in the Leader as soon as definite information is available in regard to days and Enrollment blanks are obtain able at the Schutz Market and may be left there when Regular Monthly SERVING June 4 te Fellowship Hall Hot Sandwiches I Potatoes Au Gratin Relishes Cake Coffee SOc Children 35c PUBLIC IS INVITED Card of Thanks We wish te thank all the neigh bors who helped with the sale of the house and household goods as well as the bidders at the Sands In case there are any bills of Sands or Adolph please send same to Adolph Iowa Everett Schmidt and children of Laurens were Mallard visitors 1959 County Paving Plans Palo Alto announced today that next years Farm Market paving will be placed in The suitability of materials at this time seems to favor a con struction of asphalt paving in this The first step ward completion of this project the grading of a H mil section of road running north and south through sections 19 and 18 of West Bead Thin would be done during the 1958 construction year as an amended project along with some other projects such as the regrading oi some railroad crossings ia this a detailed estimate would be made to determine ii the entire distance from Waal Bend to Mallard could ha financed at this If in this to be a vey would be made and plans drawn for a spring If the entire distance could not be financed using asphalt Portland cement concrete pave ment would be placed from Mal lard east and from the existing pavement at West Bend westerly as far as money would Av total length of approximately 7 to miles could be built from Port land cement concrete This was announced jointly to day by Fred County and Supervisor district FRED SHORT 39 REC Annual Meeting At Pocahontas June Members of the Pocahontas County Rural Electric released from the Emmets t l m 1 With the Sick Ruth daughter of and Darwin Live will hold their 22nd annual the Pocahontas high school auditorium next day June 4 The pro im will open at with concert by Con School band under the of Robert of members will com tence at The business portion of the Annual meeting will begin with a and presidents report by Cejka of head of the cooperative since its begin ling in A financial report Treasurer Alvin Johnion of and the report by of iurg hospital Tuesday after being there for several Harold proprietor of he new grocery went to owa City Thursday for Miss Emma whp was her home from an for varicose lipped on a rug Sunday morning and received a fractured She was taken to the Emmets burg hospital Tuesday afternoon where she will have to remain for the next six be A report on the cooperatives business and progress will given by Manager George Four directors to threeyear terms on the board will be elected by members at the business meet Directors whose terms ex County Engineer iire are Poca Palmer Havelock ind John J Other members of the board Delude Oley Gunderson o Youngwirth o i Carl Jensen o James DeWolf o Gilmore Earl Kerns o Mallard and Claude Wilson o Supervisor Garden Cluba In County To Have Show The centennial theme Ameri can Heritage will be used by the Mallard and Ayr shire Garden Clubs this year at the show which will be held on June at West Elementary School in Emmett Entries are open to all Palo Alto county residents and may be to the school between and on June For a complete schedule con tact Luella Kress at Henry Willing ham at Em or Goldie Broder ion at With the Stars and Stripes Jimmy Bendixen 9737968 279 San Diego Clark Jensen 9137967 SR 279 N San Diego The business program is to b shortened to give more time tt Highlighting th entertainment will be a and enlightening talk by Dick Frigidaire sales promotion manager of Sioux The Hudek twins of ballet and featured on tap th popular young will be Highlights of the program wil be musical and comedy skits b the Albert City High Schoo Mixed Quartet and a group high school from West Dorothy and Da Wayne Kin favorites on radio and tele vision barn dance will entertain with a few of their favorite now a member of the coopera tives line formerly directed an The Top Bob director of the Cylinder band and his Dennis are professional artists with the Attend Funeral and Alfred Everett and Lester and Dick Mr and Floyd Her Bella Lowe and Eu and Her som and and Orlan Her eom attended the of Al fred Leslie at Leslie and bis wife were in an auto accident several months ago and his death resulted from injuries received in the He died in the hospital last cmt Forget To Vote Monday Get out and vote it is our duty aa an American The polls in the Town ball Will be open at 8 to 8 Serving on the receiving board n Mallard are Ellis chair Reinders and Marvel Clerks are White and Can On tha counting board are Coila Hahn and fohn Clerks are Mary Malroney and Greta In Ellington township Joe Frank and Ulrich Truog and clerks are Clarence Doerning and Earl Counting board are John Ditch and camae Moore and clerks are Nettie Henderson and Boy Scout News We have three new boys regis tered in our Lynn Teddy Rigby and Gary Eleven Scouts and the Scout master attended the Camporee a the Boy Scout camp near Peterson May 23 and from 19 counties Each troop bad their own camping area pitched their own and die all of their own Satur day afternoon was spent partici pating in contests OB various scouting skills such at knot first tent log Out door church services were held at Sunday and then the boys The local Troop wishes to thank everyone that transportation to and from the electric guitar and string Continued on Page 4 baas WELCOME TO MALLARD We would like to take this opportunity to welcome the following new businesses to Mallard Cafe Grocery Store Conway We wish these new firms success Mallard Commercial Club Were Friendly Ducks Cooks Have Fun The hot lunch personal of the Mallard school had an enjoyable day together They are Mr Henry Ern est Coila Mrs Mamie Eckert and Ray They had dinner at then want shopping at five oclock went to the home of Mrs Whites Clifford where they were guests a a lovely Regular Town Council Meeting Postponed The Towa Council meeting has been postponed until Thurs day June on ac count of the primary election their regular on New Arrivals and Mrs Mutt are the parents of a 6 13 ez daughter and 7 12 son born at the Emmetsburg hospita May a boy and a were born to and Lester Wol terman at the Emmetsburg hospi tal Tuesday Miss Anna Duffy of Davenpor is spending this week with he Basil and First Band Concert June 6 The first band concert of the summer will be held June at in The concerts will be held every Friday night during the All persons who play a musical instrument are invited to play in the Tee first practice will be June at at the New Cafe Opens Monday Cafe will open for busi ness next Monday morning in the former Cope See ad on page 3 of this Kindergarten Roundup Those not receiving forms for Kindergarten Roundup health may get them from Greta Keeney will announce a definite and time for his regular little Bank Closed this Saturday The local bank will remain closed this Saturday morning for a longer weekend due to a holiday on Jo Ann Bargman is employed as waitress at the Home taking the place of Dean who with her family sre visiting relatives in Minnesota before going o where Myers will attend the MALLARD THEATRE Saturday Shows Sunday Shows FREE Shows Wednesday PRICE 20c and 50e Night Passage Technicolor James Stewart Audio Murphy Dan Duryea Dianne Foster JUNE 4 Admission by Free Ticket From Your Merchant The Brass Hugh OBrian Nancy Gates 2
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