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   Mallard Leader (Newspaper) - February 20, 1958, Mallard, Iowa                                fl 19 PALO ALTO IQ1 FEBRUARY 1958 25 Mallard School Notes Calendar Board Bridge Friday 7 Speech Contests at Spirit FUTURE DUCKS WIN TWO GAMES By Lyle Foster Tht Mallard High boys and girla defeated Cylinders teams Saturday at The girls game went to Mal lard by the score of It was the first defeat for Cylinder this The local girls have won 5 and lost 3 this The Mallard boys also won with a score of They now have won 6 and lost On the Mal lard boys and girls will be hosts to the Laurens Laurens won both games earlier this year at The Laurens boys are still Other re maining games are Boys Girls at Boys at Em Surprise Party and Henry Reinders were very pleasantly surprised Monday evening when their card club and a few other friends dropped in on them for a farewell party as the Reinders will be leaving the community An evening of 500 was en after which a delicious lunch was served by the and Reinders were pre sented with a beautiful piece of luggage as a farewell gift from the card Those present were Mamie Norman and Ray and John and and Augie and Leroy and Frank and Joe and and Paul and Mrs Clarence und Jack Bemrich of Pomeroy and and Reinders of PROCL the future progres ATION prosperity of Iowa is de 0b the abilities and efforts of ifthe many farms of the j of America organization is jtudying vocational agriculture i preparation for careers in Future Farmers of Ameri aa been outstanding in de fying promoting iund methods of farming and its and NOTICE ABOUT SCHOOL ANNUALS Dtadline for purchasing a high school annual is Goals set by seniors is 150 and Continued on Page 2 BB Sectional At Mallard ThisJYeeJc Gillet Grove and Des Moines Township copped Monday night wins in the B sectional tournament underway The Rams defeated Joe Gillet Grove eliminated Lake Center 4236 and damped Ayrshire Ruthven moved into a 1613 lead in the first eight minutes and held a 3219 lead midway in the High for the winners was Birt with 16 Bob Zeimet scored 20 for Gillet Grove pulled away in the fourth quarter to take the The club led by only going into the last Des Moines Township led only by three at the first periods but moved into a 4024 halftime The winners were ahead 5K39 at the threefourth Jack Bennett led crow with 27 Graham hit 17 for MALLARD PLOVER 45 The Mallard boys won their first game in the sectional Tues day night defeating Plover The boys played good and so did the Plover team who made the Ducks do some The score the half mark was 3023 with Mallard The two teams met earlier in the season and Mallard won Terry Duis was high for Mal lard with 24 Robert Schulz collected and Roger Schneider John Brownlee did a good job of driving and and also played good defensive Hough was high for with 17 Rodman defeated Ruthven in the other DMT plays Gillett and Mallard meets The winners of these games will play in the finals on Saturday night at Closing Notice The Palo Alto State Bank and the Post Office in Mallard will be closed all day in observance of Wash ingtons pendent to a great those citizens who operat and the Future composed of boys who areE in public secondary and the Iowa Associai ca during the past 29 yearaj velopinR encoui good inspiring patriotism amonj Iowa now has chapters in the organi with more than active members and more than former and the members oftlra Future Farmers of America perform valuable community services and provide im portant leadership in developing our agriculture economy and in building a better and the week of February 22 through March 1 has been set as National Week throughout the United Hawaii and Porto Mayor of Iowa hereby proclaim the week of February 22 through March as IOWA FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA WEEK and urge all citizens to take notice of the many contributions of the Future Farmers to our state and to encourage in every way the further growth of this Kplendid organization for our farm j JOHN Mayor Held Annual Meeting The annual meeting of the Pal Em National Farm Loan ivas held in the Methodist church at Emmetsburg on A delicious dinner was served to 200 people by the ladies of the church This was followed by a short program consisting of se lections bya boys quartet from the Emmetsburg high school posed of Roger Alan Hen Phil and Paul two solos by Miss Martha Mar They were accompanied by Ellia music The business meeting was con ducted by Chairman Martin Si president of the board of vice president of the Federal Land Bank of was the guest speaker and gave a very interestingtalk on farm economics and long term credit Continued on Page 3 A i Record Crowd Expected At Market Day Sale Here All roads will lead to Mallard on March when Mallarti Market Day will The event is beina heavily adver tiasd in a 50mile radius oi Mal lard and a large amount of and count less other items have already been The Mallard Commercial Club is sponsoring the sale and a battery of six wellknown auc tioneers will do the sell ing i public is invited to whether a buyer or Contact Tom Conway at the drug store if you have items to sell in this See large Remember the sale date is March 6th instead of March 13 as was first Next Monday will hold their ing next Monday evening in the1 scheolhouse at Krai and Dick Johnson will talk on He Inquiry Class At Marys School Hall f Father Leo pastor ol Marys announces that an inquiryGlass will be held in Marys school hall beginning in day The class Named To National American Legion Office County Auditor Martin Thomp son of Emmelsburg has been ap pointed a member of the Housing Committee of the national depart ment nf the American Legion by John national with headquarteis in This is the first time a Palo Alto county veteran has been honored by appointment to a national Legion Celebrate Two Birthdays Mrs Bella Lowe of and Leonard Lowe of Ayrshire were honored at a birthday dinner held in the home of the formers daughter and and Owen Anderson of R Other guests included Eu gene Lowe of Mrs Leon ard and Lowe and and and Mrs Valjean Cook and family Of Social Security News Selfemployed farmers and farm mdlordsjSRho applied for social security payments in 1957 must send a copy of their 1957 federal income tax return to the Social Security George field representative of the Fort Dodge District said The original of the return with the payment of any tax due should be sent to the office of the Inter nal Revenue AH of those Two classes will be held each and Thursday nights during the Lent beginning at 8 Anyone wishing to know mnre about the teachings aiuj practices of the Catholic her doc trines and and the reasons for is welcome to attend the It is a known fact that many Catholics desire to have a greater knowlege of the truths of the With the Sick Virgil Williams became suddenly ill last Wednesday night while attending a farewell She was taken by the FoyEHs worth ambulance to the hospital in At this writing she is slightly improved but still in serious and Williams had planned to leave for Arizona on March 1st to visit relatives and also find a new location in the west on ac count of Williams health Their farm eale was held Attend Wedding In Wisconsin Mr and John Kacmaryns ki and Bernard of Mallard and Matt Kacmarynski of Storm Lake drove to Thurs day where they attended the wedding of Johns and Matts They returned home Birthday Party Al Nesshoefer and Alberta entertained at a birthday party Thursday afternoon in honor of Nesshoefer and John Other guests included Ben Ray John Bushmann and A delicious lunch was served by the Both bonorets re ceived lovely 37th Wedding Anniversary and Henry White were honored guests at the home of their daughter and and Leonard Henderson at Plov The occasion was the 37th wedding anniversary o f the and many nonCatholics do not understand the Catholic church and therefore have false about the To many the church is so j here then is an opportunity for all to know the Catholic church as she really to findxout for themselves what she and to auk any questions they wish to lave If you are not a Catholic but are interested in knowing hing about the do not nesitate to Contact your Catholic neighbor and friend and accompany you so Classes will last about one Coffee will be served each night after the All is No obligation farmers who filed for social securi ty whose claims were on qf sesU mated credit for must pre pare a copy of the includ ing Schedule and submit it to the social security office with proof of payment of the Replogle also wishes to re mind all social security benefici aries age 72 or under who earned more than last year to file an annual report of earnings with the Social Security Administra Failure to make the report on time can cause loss of Has Volunteered As Chairman An important announcement was made today that Beryl Rupp of Emmetsburg has volun i teered to serve as 1958 crusade chairman for the cancer control program in Palo Alto The announcement was made by Merle regional field representative for the Iowa Di vision of the American Cancer Rupp is in the in urance and is a partner f Willingham and Rupp in Em For further touch with get in your social security office at Fort and Tommy Conway and son of Lake were weekend visitors in the home of his and Celebrates 9th Birthday and Leonard Hender son of Plover entertained at a dinner Sunday in honor of their son Dannys ninth Guests were and Hines and family of Mason City and and Henry Annual Meeting The Mallard Creamery held its annual meeting last Tuesday All officers were re Karen Cedar visited student a t her grand and Otto during the Attend Variety Show and Henry White drove to Fort Dodge last Tues day where they were supper guests at the home of their daugh ter and and Clifford Other guests were and Clarence Richards of Dows and and Clifford Butler of In the evening the group at tended the Mens Music Club Variety show at the high school as guests of the Burke is a member of the or Appointed Postmaster Johnson has been ap pointed postmaster at Mallard by President as he is known to his many was acting postmaster American Legion Auxiliary The Mallard American Legion Auxiliary met Tuesday evening in the local Legion hall with 12 members answering rol Hostesses were Wm Escher and Eseher reported that had been taken in at the recen bake the proceeds to be do nated to the polio Russell Steil read a piece about legislation pertaining to benefits for World War II and Korean War Used Christmas cards are to be gathered and sent to Jay Brennan read several poems and Jay Arnold gave a talk on Porto As the largist womens service organization in the the American Legion Auxiliary is vi tally interested in the serviceman and his The organization has therefore established through the Flanders Field Memorial a program which functions for the needy veteran throughout the year and culminates with National Poppy Day in This Poppy Industry has a twofold benefit for the He receives great therapeutic Continued on Page 3 Arrivals and Dean Swoyer Shirley Fain of Greenfied are the parents of aa 8 2 daugh Sandra born The Swoyers also have threo re a tgrandmother is Myrtle A daughter was born to and John Whitmer at Wheat on Grand parents are and Leonard Lowe of Ayrshire and and John Whitmer of Ga eta Bella Lowe of Mallard is a greatgrandmother of the new White attended the Na tional Farm Institute in Des Moines Friday and For prevention and treatment of Baby Pig Anemia use Injectable Get It at Conway Drug MALLARD THEATRE Saturday Shows Sunday Sbows FREE Sbows Wednesday PRICE 20c and50c Mallard Ice Cream Special this Friday and Saturday at Schutz Home Cafe and since Sophia Hoods retire1 Mallard 10 Delicious 79c half SaturdaySunday FEBRUARY 2223 The James Bean Story James Dean James Deans life which ended at the age of 25 26 Now 2 Shows FREE By Commercial Club Twenty Million Miles to Earth William Taylor Cartoon   

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