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   Mallard Leader (Newspaper) - October 16, 1958, Mallard, Iowa                                Ui 20 Mallard School Notes The freshman class uader the direction of Blake took a field trip to the Kingan packing house in Storm Lake Monday The trip proved to be of great educational value and was enjoyed by Larry Wilion brought a screech owl to school last The biology clasa observed it in rela PALO ALTO 1958 tion to their of the animal families of the It could not turn its head all the way around but it did have big beau tiful The opossom that Monte Woodford caught in hii chicken house also proved to be very interesting to the biology The class used chloroform to kill the and then with the help of Jacobson pro ceeded to dissect The visceral parts were identified and pre served in formaldehyde for future Opossum is the only marsupial in the That means that it is the only animal in the that carries its young in a pouch like a This speeiman happened to be a male so the pouch was not The seniors have decided to have the Mallamler studios of Iowa take their senior This will be done on October at the The band and football group pictures will be taken at the same October 24th will be Dads Night at football team will play Grieflinger arid all the be invited by the coaches and team members to be their guests on the bench dur ing the Maybe the pres ence of the Dads will inspire the boys to such an extent that they will be The Dads will wear the same number on their backs as their sons wear on Brethren Celebrate 250th Anniversary The Prairie View Chureh of the Brethren will hold a Loyalty Supper 16 at and will mark next Sunday as Loyalty Sunday in observance of the 250th anni versary of the founding of the Church of the A program has bees planned to follow the Loyalty Supper which will include brief talks by laymen on the challenge of the Hale a Grossaickle of Lau rent will speak in behalf of the Sunday Betty Brallier the football It should prove to be a very interesting so dont miss of Curlew for the Hans Appel of Curlew for the Mens Hans Appel for the Womens and Otis Pieratt of Emmetaburg for the mission and service work of the During the Morning Worship Service on Loyalty Sunday the pastor will speak on the Celebrating Our In the afternoon teams of men will engage in a Mission to Every Home to interpret the mission of the ehureh and to give opportunity to each member ef the family to commit life and resources to the The Prairie View church joins approximately congre gations in this country in celebra ting the anniversary by anticipa ting its future contribution to the local to the andjtp the rently the Brethren maintain missionaries in Nigeria and Service workers are supported in Puerto Greece and Peace and brotherhood has been promoted through student ex international work material and displaced Boy Scouts Of America Campaign According to information re ceived today frem Ted bee of Spirit Finance Chair man for the North Star District of the Prairie Gold Scouts of Wilbur Wilsot has been appointed chairman ol the local campaign for funds foi the Cub Scout and Boy Scout In an interview following the Wilson lined some of the plans for campaign and discussed the futun Cub and Scout activities involv ing local Packs and Ii regard to the Wilsoti remarked that it will be part of 1 national Boy Scout drive whicn will kickoff in every community in America that Joes not have Community Chest or United Fund on October He further pressed his hope that everyone iti the community would be given an PTA Monday Night To Discuss Sputniks effect On Mallard In interviewing school and opportunity to invest in Scouting during the intensive campaign which will be or short Materials for the drive will carry the Invest To Keep The Fires of Scouting Burning in Wilson further principal and science in preparation for Mon day nights 8 oclock McKenna learned and will relay what effect Sputnik has on our local Has it improved or changed our educational sys tem Answers were also given to such questions as How does Mal lards currieulum compare with that of a larger school What is being done to help each child to reach his learning capacity Just where does the money come from and where does it go Are there many problems of discipline in school If you have been following your Mallard you know of ad ditional questions the members will At this writing the school board ia contributing infor mation to review what is happen ing to your your and your It appears the school management subject is an enormous one to have well under stood in one evening and because of the members great interest in MuselPavik Nuptials Miss Libbie daughter ef James Mustl and the late ames Musel of and Pavik also of ion of and Joha Pavik of were united in marriage llth at in Matthews Catholic church at Cedar with Kearn performing the Following the dinner was served at the Sberaton Montrose hotel for the bridal party and immediate The brido received her educa tion at Notre Dame Academy at Ottumwa Heights Col lege at and was em ployed for several years at the Merchants National Bank at Cedar Rapids and recently in the John Deere store at The groom was educated in the Plover high owned a re creation parlor in Mallard for several and is now associa ted with the John Deere store at VT 1 1 O V 14 t pointed out that many volunteer1 the music Zawal leaders give large amounts is berna post time throughout the year for by untl1 the Decem VkAM The annual will be held in program and that are unable to do can with In discussing future activities Wilson noted that and Scout programs are how en gaged in a major recruiting plan known as a Shoot the Moon Roundup in an effort to get all eligible boys in the In October there that also be a house to house distribution of a wno ber operetta A larger crowd is expected Monday night due to the spirit of the first the variety on and the awareness fact that PTA can make sound recommendations for school improvement only when they understand what is presently be ing Membership requirement is 50c and in your UVUBC fcV UWO9 U lOliI i booklet on home safety as and or mtemt in your pared and furnished by the Scouts faturegamely children School Carnival the High School Auditorium on the 7th of Details will be pub lished at a later SCHOLARSHIPS OFFERED Senior students at Mallard high school are eligible to compete for more than 100 scholarships offered by General Motors uader its National Scholar ship according to Principal The competition is open to high school seniors who are citi zens and who plan to take the College Entrance Board exami nation for admission to the college of their or who arrange to take the examination in order to compete for a GM There is at least one GM award in each The Church of the Brerhren was organized in 1708 at Beharze Germany by a small group of pietists who separated from the State They held that the whole new testament should be their creed and that there should be BO other written creed they believed in nonviolence and opposed participation in war taey believed in Hying a good life in imitation of Jesus and they believed in the brotherhood of all These and other tenets of belief are common in the teaching and the practice of the Brethren at a civic serv ce and that a new Explorer program for older boys will be announced this During the Cubbing will provide weekly Den activities and and a monthly Pack met tins while Scout Troops will enjoy winter camping at the Scout camp on West Closing the Wil Legion Auxiliary The Junior Legion Auxiliary met at the Legion hall on Eleven members and one leader were The following officers were elected Kaiieea president Wanda vice president Judy secretary Peggy Koll and Judy sergeantatarms son supplied a few pirie Our leader1 statistics on the activities of last nstaued the new The Legion Auxiliary will have a Halloween party Saturday from 2 TO 4 state and more at than 50 winners Seniors awarded scholarships may attend any col lege or university of their choice and pursue any course of Full details of the competition including registration for exami nation are available in Jacob sons Will Celebrate Ladys 80th Birthday Friends of Dora Bell Moore are cordially invited to help her celebrate her 8Cth birth day next at her home near Mallard from to and to Card of Thanks I wish to thank all my friends for their cards and flowers which I received during my stay in the hospital at 1m Peter Mulroney Infant Baptized Sunday and Ray Myrtle Truog and Otilie Hartsock of James Wileox and Sherri of Leola Johnson and Willis Pain of Cedar Falls attended the baptism Sunday of little Shelly Jane Hart daughter of and Lowell Hartsock of in the Grace Methodist church in Following the the group were guests at a dinner at the Hickory year for the During that time 18 round table meetings for assisting local leaders were held along with 6 training These meetings served to instruct leaders in methods of preparing and teaching the crafts and skills of Cubbing and Scouting and provided opportunities for dis cussion of 60th Wedding Anniversary and Charles Hender son of Plover will be honored at Open House in the Plover Presbyterian church from to in ob servance of their 60th Wedding Program begins at Friends and rela tives are invited to oclock in the Legion Each member may bring as a guest a girl eligible for Ak the last meeting we talked about There were in teresting stories and reports given and several brought Indian After playing Lonita and Kay Schutz served Kailecn Duffy No Halloween Party The Methodisjt WSCS will NOT sponsor the UNICEF Halloween party this They feel they have done their part as they have sponsored it the past several years and other organizations should take the lead this Dont Go Near the Water At Mallard Theatre Saturday and Sunday If there has been a dearth of bellylaugh comedy fare of here is the answer to the Dont Go Near the Water was made for laughs and the mission has been accom In there are some sequences at which a audience gasped for On a South Pacific the Navys public relations section toils without any contact with the or even the Fred I Clark is the eorraianding officer who knows nothing about He is surrounded by a group of young officers who are bored with their Glenn Ford is at tracted to Gia a native girl who runs a Yeoman Earl Holliman falls in love with Anne a lieutenant in the Between the romantic the men at the base try to build a club They j try to improve the manners of an illiterate sailor who has been se lected as the typical American Navy And Eva a magazine upsets protocol by going on a combat mission aboard a Cast includes Glenn Gia 7 Legion Auxiliary The Legion Auxiliary held their regular meeting at the Legion hall Tuesday Eleven mem bers were It was voted to donate to A food sale for the Sister Kenny Pund Drive was planned for This way was decided upon to raise funds for the campaign instead of a doorto door The food sale will be a community Mallard will be hosts to the allcounty Auxiliary meeting on The district and Hakes of national vice presi plan to At the close of ths meeting lunch was served by Escher and Marvel Honor Couple and Fred Lonz of Curlew celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday afternoon at the Mallard Trinity Lutheran 135 guests were present for the The couple are the parents of six Frederick of Ayr Roger Kalkis of Ro Lawrence who is with the Navy in James who is with the airforce in Indiana and Leonard and Kenneth at Farmers To Hear Coad Congressman Merwin Coad and Charles F former Sec retary of will speak at the Plantation Ballroom at Whittemore on Fri 17th at The event is spon sored by the Farmers Union of the Sixth Elected Secretary of Class Miss Mary daughter of and Joseph Lynch of has been elected secre tary of the freshman class of Briar Cliff College in Sioux Miss a graduate of Mal lard Community High is majoring in music Earl Anne Fran Keenan Fred Eva Rues An Invitation You are cordially invited to help us celebrate our Twenty fifth Wedding Anniversary on Sunday from to oclock in the Social Hall of Trinity Lutheran Church at and Johnson Duffs Club Nona Lank will show slides taken on her trip to Mexico dur the summer at the next meet ing of the Duffs club at the home of Bob Schutz next Monday We want more so ladies come and seo what we New Arrivals and Stan Colse of Havelock are the parents of a 9 11 daughter born Sunday at the Emmets burg The infant five sisters and two has An 8 Jeffrey was born to and Vernen White Monday in the Bmmetsburg Grandparents are and Henry Kraft of Renwick and and Wnite ef Mal WHEN TOUR PICKER 16 WE Keep AWftY LOOSE DISENGAGE THAT Contract Bridge Club Coila Habn entertained the Contract Bridge Club Monday evening at her Prize winners were Russell Olfa a and Marvel The hostess served a tasty MALLARD THEATRE Saturday Shows Sunday Shews FREE Shews Wednesday PRICE 20c and 50c SaturdaySundayMonday 181920 Dont Go Near The Water Cinemascope Technicolor Glenn Bcala Earl Holleman Card of Thanks Many thanks to all who re membered me with and flowers while I was in the hospital last Your thought fullness was sincerely appreci Harry and Clarence Doern ing and family visited a in Storm Lake 22 Admission by Free Ticket From Your Merchant Plus lOc Gun for A Coward Technicolor Cinemascope Fred MacMurray Dean Stockwell 2 Cartoons   

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