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Mallard Leader (Newspaper) - July 5, 1945, Mallard, Iowa VI Wind Storm Causes Farm Damage A heavy wind early last Thurs day morning caused considerable damage to farm buildings and trees east of Mallard but fortun ately no one was hurt and so far we have received no reports of injury to However a number of chickens were killed when shelters were The storm which began about passed high over Mal lard but was of sufficient force to blow down a large tree at the Sarods residence and some damage resulted when the tree struck the house as it The large brick barn at the Allen occupied by was badly wrecked where the wind caved in a wall and allowed the roof to Livestock in the barn were able to escape from the barn and were At the Henry Reinders 27 maple trees were blown Tom Duffy found a large tree blown over in front of his home and it was necessary to make exit through a window to remove the number of large trees at the Duffy place were up The large barn the crated by Henry Frohling was also destroyed and some damage was reported at the Clarence Doerning Loyd Reese and Fred Goodchild also report some damage to small buildings on their Infant Son Buried The infant son of and Harold who reside near died a few hours after birth Thursday night June Burial services were held at Rush Lake cemetery the following Sat urday afternoon with Har vey Walker of Mallard in Our Boys In Service Robert Kolarich arrived here last Wednesday for a few days He was on his way to Notice The regular monthly meeting of the Mallard Commercial club will be held Tueisday evening July Ellington Womans Club The Ellington Womans club will meet July 10th at the home of Lester PALO ALTO COlftt Another School Election July 9th In the special school election held June five and one half sections of land voted to be an nexed to the Mallard Consolida ted School This terri tory is north of town on the east edge of Rush Lake and Greajk Oak The desire of the residents the territory to become part of the Mallard District was unani mousas shown by the 83 to 0 vote n favor of The peo le in ttfe Mallard District voted 13 to 2 in favor of accepting the new Ail children in h i s added territory attended choolin Mallard last The school board has received third petition asking for a vote with territory is in Cummins ownship in Pocahontas he land involved in this election i that which surrounds the eoun ry school one mile west of the Raymond Hartsock A special election for the an nexation of this territory will be leld in the Theatre Building uly 44 Serving The regular serving of the will he held in the church basement next Wednesday July Everyone is The following girls are spend ing this week at Arnolds Park Arlene Wanedle Bohn Shirley Arlene Hartsock Kathleen Betty Rekiders Jean Jeanette Rigbj and Bonnie Big Crowd Boxing Carnival A crowd of over 300 enthusi boxing fans crowded the how pavilion at the 4H Show irounds last Thursday une to watch the second amateur boxing carnival of the sponsored by the Palo Alto County Junior Farm leven threeround bouts of ex ceptionally wellmatched boys were staged on the new ring which the Junior Farm Bureau las bought and The events were announced by Fred Goodchild of Ellington and were refereed by loe A trio of Paul Francis Brady and Bob of landed down the decisions of the This boxing entertainment is the second one sponsored by the Junior Farm and the next one will be held on Tuesday August which will Collier Can Buy Bonds All Week Hello Folks and Mm Cletus Girres are Harold Palo Alto the Parents of a Mark Jo County War Bond born June 24 at Hutchin son where Girres is in the Navy Elizabeth Fish Passes Away Miss Elizabeth oldest daughter of Mary and Joseph Fish passed away July 1st at her home near She was born June 1879 and had reached the age of 66 years and four Her passing brings sorrow to a wide circle of friends and ac quaintances who hnve been her neighbors and associates for so many The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon at oclock at the Reorganized Church of Latter Day Saints with Edwin of A quartette of Ruth Keith Cross and Elaine Drown sang several hymns and were accompanied by Miss Eileen Pallbearers were Jay Kolarich and Henry She leaves to mourn her three brothers William and Ben of Mallard and Robert of Inde also a Truog of A James Ward and two bro thers John and Joseph preceded her in She also leavei today residents of this county have until July 8th to buy bonds in the Seventh orig inatfy scheduled to close June A son was born to Mr and Extention of the drive has been Alto confirmed by he Emmetsburg judges composed of Mallard Did It Again The Graettinger team played here on the local diamond last Sunday and it was the same old The score was 12 to 1 and Mallard is still the undefeated champions of the Next Sunday the All League game will be played at Whibtemore and many from here expect to hospital in Emmetsburg June Born to and Earl Hibbs at the Palo Alto hospital June 27th a baby In Appreciation My sincere thanks go out in full rmasure to the relatives and for the many cards and flowers sent while I was at Ro New Post Office Ruling be during the 4H Show this Achievement Married Miss Esther Elizabeth Shil daughter of and Christopher 108 Pres umpscot and John William first son of Henry Satern of were married on May at Port Satern attended the Port land High School and is employed by the First National Satern is serving aboard a des troyer tender of the Pacific He has also wen service Mediterranean Beginning July new sub scriptionR and renewals must be requested in writing from over seas personnel of the Ma ine Corps and Coast This ruling must be complied with by the This includes all personnel of the above branch es having addresses via fleet post offices at New York or San Fran The requests must be left at the newspaper my return home All these courtesies mean much to me for they brought with them tht spirit of friendliness and fel lowship that left pleasant mem For these and all other kindness shown me I wish to ex press my gratitude and apprecia five nephews three The sympathy of the entire com munity is extended to the be I am the resurrection and the life said the Lord he that lieveth in though he were yet shall he live and whoso ever liveth and believeth in me shall never John Hank Johnson and John Schutz left Saturday evening for Case where they expect to make a big catch of Auxiliary Picnic The Legion Auxiliary will hold their annual picnic next Tuesday July 10th at the Town Each mmber is to bring sandwiches and a covered 1A Victory Club The 1A 4H club will meet at the home of Marita Bohn next Each MALLARD THEATRE SHOWS START AT SUNDAY AT No tickets sold after on Monday nights and on Thursday PRICE lOc and 35c SOLDIERS AND SAILORS In Uniform ADMITTED FREE in the Sena of was a guest Sunday at the Hahn The present sugar shortage may last another so the Wash ington officials reported last Wednesday Now they are blaming drouth girl is asked to bring a bundle of conditions in They say old papers or a can of waste that country is experiencing a and Henry White left last week for points in New Jer sey and New York where they will Smith of Iowa and make us produce Spencer is assisting the twins own one year at with the during and Whites I jj A drouth that will reduce the sugar cane dont use build beet Its a wonder they taxpayers money to sugar plants here in July 7 DOUBLE FEATURE Crime By Night Jane Cowan Polo Joe Joe Brown July 89 Winged Victory Mark DanielsJeane Grain McAllister July 1112 Song Of The Open Road Edgar Bergen Charlie McCarthy
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