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   Mallard Leader (Newspaper) - August 28, 1958, Mallard, Iowa                                ILfl VOX 19 PALO 4LTO AUGUST 62 Mallard Schtol The Mallard Community School year started with a halfday session for students Teachers meetings and conferences occupied the School lunches were starting en Tuesday with a total of 334 to students and The total enrollment for the entire school is about the same as last with a slight drop in high school but an increase ia the Total high school enrollment at present is 84 and grade enrollment is In high school ninth tenth eleventh twelfth In the grades kindergarten first two second grades with a total of third fourth fifth sixth seventh and eighth The first meeting of the Palo Alto County Activities Associ ation will be held at at the courthouse in All riien teachers in the county are invited to A calendar of school events will be printed as soon as it can be HIGH SCHOOL NEWS Kightyfbur students enrolled in high school classes The reduced enrollment is caused by having a largo graduating class last year and a small freshman class entering this There are a total of 44 boys and 40 New students in high school this year came from several different Rosa a is from while Donna Origer went to school at West Bend last year as did her sister Janice who is a Linda and John Madden come to us from Linda is a junior and John is a Jim a sophomore football attended West Bend last Another football Daniel comes to us from The seniors picked out their annoucnement cards and the juniors chose their class rings this Announcements make one think that graduation is not far VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE The school year 19581959 will be the fourth year for Vocational Agriculture in Mallard Communi ty The department will operate on a full time basis of two day a young class and adult Voca tional Agriculture is an elective course in all four years of high There are 36 boys en rolled this I will consist of the freshmen and sophomore The main parts of their course will be on general agricul and problems arising in re gards to home About onethird of their class time will be in farm learning basic shop techniques and building useful items for the home II will consist of the junior and senior The main area will be farm manage The class will have a 160 acre farm in the community to make management decisions on in regards to the best combina tion of crops and ma chinery for a beginning Each student will keep farm records on a farm in the com He will be given the Continued on Page 3 and Richard Blake and the new have moved into the residence owned by Coila Otto Gneupel Rites Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at oclock in the Trinity Lutheran with the James Wolfram of Burial was in Elling ton The Bogaard Funeral Home was in charge of Paul Clausen sang Asleep in Jesus and Heaven is My The organ accompanist was Eugene Pallbearers were Elmer Aaron Arnold Emil William Reinders and Orlo George Nesshoefer and and Earl Stafford were in chargi of the Ushers were Raymond Roland Otto son of and was born June in He came to America at the ageol four years with bis parents and settled at When he was 14 years the family moved to a farm near Mallard Followinghis parents he continued to farm east of town He never Severs months ago his health began to fail and his condition became worse on Tuejsday of last week and be was taken to the Pal Alto Memorial hospital in Em metsborg where he died Friday He is survived by two brother and two Wee Qneupel and Walter Reese of Joe Gneupel of and father Harpenau Honored At Farewell Party Marys parish honored Father Leo Harpenau at a fare well party in the parish hall on Monday Father Fitzpatrick of Milford acted as Jay Arnold and the Kendall sisters furnished the vocal part of the Clarence Doerninit spoke in behalf of the Mothers Mrs Michael Koll represented the CFM group and after a few re marks presented a gift to Father Joe repre senting the DYO and the presented a gift of money to the honoree and gave a brief Father Thorn of Ruthven and Father Mason of Immetsburg also gave There were priests from surrounding towns and the honorees mother Horne Cafe Sold J A deal was closed today Thursday whereby Delia Reynolds became the owner of Home Cafe in Mallard and public sale advertised for jjfriday has been called We understand that the new ewner will open up for business the first of next and Frank Harpeuan and and and Henry Harpenau all of Le T un h was served by the Christian Mothers Enjoy Weekend Trip Andrew Smith of also many nieces and and Clarence Deem ing and family left Friday for Minnesota to attend the Cen tennial Fair over the The following communication from the Minnesota Cinerama was sent to the Leaden The start of Minnesotas State ontennial Fair week fpund and Doernmg and amily of Mallard in Degree The degree of master of arts conferred upon James Dean Myers of Mallard at the summer commencement of Colorado State College at Colorado August The class 6f 645 was the largest in the colleges The degrees were conferred at the commencement by Will jam president of the college which enrolled a record breaking students this Myers majored in Students from 30 Wash Canal Thailand and Guam were among the Honorary degrees of doctor of human letters were conferred up on Thomas Girault of Denver and Leslie Savage of longtime members of the colleges board of Farewell Parties For Reinders and Henry White entertained at a farewell party last Thuraday in honor of Krai at the Guests included Clarence Wm Clarence Jess Cross and Ernest The hostesses served a delicious lunch and Krai was the re cipient of a lovely Warren McCreery was hostess at a coffee Wednesday afternoon honoring Guests were Roland Lyle Foster and Winner At Nebraska Fair Card of Thanks We wish to express our heart felt thanks to our neighbors and friends for the many acts of and other expressions of sympathy extended us follow ing1 the death of our Special thanks to the ladies who served the Andrew Smith Walter Reese Wesley and Joe Gneupel Gunnison Tour Fortyone Palo Alto cattlemen will board a Jefferson bus at at the Kermore hotel for the ranch country in and around This tour is sponsored and planned by the County Extension Beef Cattle It is open to anyone who wants to go and as only one busload can be accommodated out it has been the policy to fill the bus in the order that reservations are The group will stay at a motel in Colorado on the way and coming back an overnight stop will be made at While in Gunni son the ranchers of the area will be the Among those from Mallard and Curlew who have made reserva tions are Baxter and Warren Mallard Wilmont Ray Leonard Leslein and Francis Rodman Church To Have Chicken Supper The Presbyterian ladies of Rodman will have their annual fried chicken supper Wednesday Family Serving starts at Monday evening visitors in the John Wagner home and George Enderston and family of where performance took in a Sunday of the fourth Ciner ama Search for Paradise at the Century Family Reunion The Leuer family reunion was held at the home of and Fred Moats in Mallard Present were Joseph and Elmer Backstrom and and Joe Wilson and family of and Leroy Leuer and and Everett Leuer and and Joe and and Dick Leuer and family and and John New Dump Ground Hours Beginning the dump grounds will be open from noon until each Tuesday and Franklin Hersom exhibited both the grand champion and the re serve champion pleasure type at the Nebraska Palomino Show at Grand Island last The grand champion was Macks Wonder Boy and the reserve champion was Macs Part Time Barber Service Large Attendance At Formal Opening Over 200 people attended the formal opening of the Bogaard Funeral Home in Mallard Sunday afternoon and Harvey Bogaard was iu charge of the guest The register showed people attending were from Cedar DCS Rock Curlew and Mallard and Glenn Shellhamcr and and Darwin Pro chaska acted as Jane and Ann Bogaard furnished a background of organ music during the hours of open Refreshments were served by the Legion of West Floral tributes were sent by the Mallard Commercial Foley and Loaning Son Painting of Meany Gasket of Water Modern Burial Vault and Wilbert Burial Vault of Fort American 8 to el Vault of Ohio and Hill Casket of The funeral home has been re modeled and modernized through out aid has been equipped with every Steak Fry Mr and Nesshoefer and Alberta entertained a t a steak fry Tuesday evening in and Bill Soott of Serria Other guests were Lizzie Scott and and Jake Scott of Em and George Nesshoefer and son With the Sick Dean Carpenter underwent an appendectomy Sunday morning and Roland Keerba Sunday after Palo Alto Memorial noon in hoapial at are getting along Both John who is quite handy as a handed the editor a large Spanish onion recently which weighed over a pound and was sound clear through and of excellent He raised about a bushel of this particular During1 Roland Keerbs con valescence following bis recent the barbershop has been operated by Gene Ham I No regular schedule of hours ii Dossiblr and Genewill be often as his other duties IB addition to his farming activi ties near Gene assists regularly at the Hunt barbershop in Pocahontas each Friday and Bank Will Be Closed Next Monday Next Labor the local bank will be closed all With the Stars and Stripes Joe Jensen and Becky Brown took Navyman Clark Jensen as far as Omaha Friday from where he went to Okla after spending a leave here with Reinders entertained several ladies at a coffee in honor of Jack Schuler one day last Worlds Finest Ponies at Fair New Street Lights The matter of modern street lighting1 has been under consider ation by the Town Two types are the clear bowl type such as Is being demonstra ted by the street light recently in stalled near the Mallard Imple ment store or a mercury type light such as used at Emmetsburg and A committee of citizens is making a study of the different types and wSH several towns and make Local Hog Raisers Place High In Shew Ralph Clarence Schul lerof Paul Crotty of ftaveiock and Gene Hammand of Plover exhibited a pen of three hogs each at the Midwest Barrow Show at In the live exhibition there were 20 top hogs picked and out of these Paul Crotty was second with a Hampshire Black Poland cross and Geae Hammand placed 15th with a Landrace Clarence Schuller placed 20th with a Farmers Hybred In the carcass contest Ralph Gretheu placed third ia the entire class with a Landrace Black Po land These men should be com mended on their fine showing the competition in this type show IB quite visit corn Property Changes Hands The Methodist congregation sold their parsonage to Paine and son Ellis for and the congregation purchased the Krai residence for as of dean at Emmets burg Junior was a caller at the Leader office Wednesday and John Sheridan and An thony and Jay of Los spent the past week at the Kenneth Hartsoek They will visit other relatives around here and Chicago before return ing Saturday and Sunday guests of Miss Emma Lorenzen were htr brother and and Will Loreneen and Miss Helen Hansen of Cedar As in the past the worlds finest Shetland Ponies are being shown at the National Pony Congress this week in conjunction with the Iowa State Shown here is the nations top Shet land Supremes Bit of Just a month this pony was purchased at auction by the Happy Valley Pony Farm at for the record price of Leonard Buryanlk and childrcd Patty and Gary of Westfield spent last week with her Mrs Clarence Wcinzetl and On Saturday the Weipzetls took them and Joe Weinzetl ac companied and Lester Janssen of Laurens on a trip to Colorado They ex pect to be gone a MALLARD THEATRE Saturday Shows Sunday Shows FREE Shows Wednesday PRICE 20c and 50c SaturdaySunday AUGUST 3031 Count Three and Pray Technicolor Cinemascope Van Heflin Joanne Woodard Raymond Burr 3 Admission by Free Ticket From Your Merchant Plus lOc Operation Mad Ball Cinemascope Jack LemmonrKathy Grant Mickey 2 CarlooBu   

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