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Mallard Leader (Newspaper) - October 30, 1958, Mallard, Iowa iy 20 PALO ALTO OCTOBER If Final Rites for Floyd Hurley Held Today The community was shocked Saturday morning to hear that Fleyd farmer near had taken his own life by The body was taken to the Hitchcock funeral home at Funeral services were held this in the Mal lard Methodist with the Robert Johnson and Leland Grove Burial was in Rush Lake cemetery near Pallbearers were Arnold and Harlow Burneai Claire Byron Singers were Don Ries and Raymoad Jewell Johnson of Em John Mrs Veta Johnson and Luella Kress were in charge of the Floyd Jasper son of Stanford and Minnie was born OB a farm in Clay He was one of 12 Oh 1927 he was married to Zelda Prentice in the Christian church at The couple farmed at Gillet Grove for six then moved to a farm south of Ayr shire and after two years there he parch ased a farm near Curlew and Mallard where they have re sided for the past 19 Survivors include his wife and seven Harold via Leveta Barnhardt ofPoca Don of Frank of Spirit Eldon who was sta tioned in Germany but received leave to fly home for the Relda at Bardette at home one Walter Hurl ey of Lake and six Lena Rose and Vera Teilbur of Hazel Kaiser of Bessie Petzsnhouser of Delils Bailey of Opal Rogers of and 8 80th Birthday Open house in honor of Dora Bell Moores 80th birthday was held in her home The guest book was signed by 185 friends and relatives who called to offer congratulations and best Highlight of the afternoon were telephone calls from friends in Illinois and Cali Moere wore a lovely white orchid a gift from her only Harlee Dean Moore of Refreshments were served from a white linen covered table with centerpiece of pink carnations and white mums in a silver and silver candelabra with pink and white The fourtiered pink and white decorated cake was baked by close Cecil Jolliffe of who also cut and served the Eddie presided at the coffee They were as sisted by Clarence Bendixen and Herb Laws of Alvia Jolliffe of Emmetsburg was dining room Assisting in the kirohen were Lindsey Frank Harley Perkins and EXERCISE YOUR PRIVILEGE IN WASHINGTON IT IS VOICE THAT COUNTS WE NEED TO CHECK LABOR MONOPOLIES TO HELP CURB Attend Funeral and Elmer Robinson and and and Adrian Russell and Shar on Jo attended the funeral of Charles Monday in the Methodist church at Montgom with burial the cemetery at Spirit Olsen died in the Spirit Lake hospital of He is survived by his the former Laura Belle Schwint of and three Jan Tony and John and also his parents and other Olson is a sister of Barber and a a i e c e of Grand Opening Friday and Saturday The Larson Bierie Oil will hold a Grand on Friday and Saturday of this A page ad in this issue gives details of the event which includes free coffee and and lollipops and bal loons for the In another ad in this they have an at tractive tire Read both Tricks Or Treats For UNICEF Friday Night Henry Schmidt of Mallard and Dean Stowell of Ayr Moore was the recipient of many flowers and other Guests present for the occasion D West Em Rut Sioux Whittemore and Webb in Cali fornia and is the mother of two living Eddie of Hardy and Examae at the job must be done UNICEF also has and is estab lishing child welfare eenters The new tradition of where long range programs as a day of sharing has health and nutrition education tablished in thousands of cdoVfare in Here people muni ties where Tricks or Treat forUNlCEFfUnit d as well as to care for immediate Whejn the youngsters come to our house tonight this Friday Former Mallard Man Dies In Nebraska Dick Johnson and Louis Duis attended the funeral of their Donald at Mon They left Saturday and re turned Donald was associated witb bis father and brother Kenneth in the Morgan Sons Grocery here in Mallard a number of years His wife was the former Lois who with two children A complete ebituary will appear in the Lead er in a later Mallard School Notes GRAETTINGER 32 MALLARD 0 A rugged Graettioger Uam overpowered the Mallard football team here Friday niht al though it was a much closer game than the score The local before Dads night did a pretty fair job of ball but made a few bad mistakes and also one or two costly fumbles hurt their scoring Mallard could return the open ing kickoff to only their own 12 yard On the first play from scrimmage the local boys went for broke with a 45 pass from learn how to prevent future health Roger Schulz was Laws to Bob behind the Great drensFund each year becomes activity for bot children and communities for tJNfi This special agency of the United Nations is helping the sick and hungry chil dren of our Yaws ia a di recognized by open sores that gradually eats away flesh and bones it afflicts per just one shot of peni cillin cures this Millions of persons are being cured of tuberculosis with doses of BCG vaccine and new drugs given by UNICEF teams of UNI CEF is also cooperating with the United Nations World Health Organization to eradicate malaria and the malariacarrying mo In the past ten years persons living in areaswhere they were potential or actual victims of malaria have been protected by the efforts of WHO and and other disease nghtiiig But at least people remain under the shadow of this 1965 is the target date tor the total eradication of There is definite signs that the ano pheles the carrier of tinger secondary but had to turn and break stride to catch the ball Continued on Page 2 this Halloween a holiday ffoja malutrition and disease for all the If you are not at you can still con tribute by placing your contribu tion in the UNICEF cartons to be found at the Mallard Origers and Schutz They will be there all of next The youngsters will cover the country as well as the The boys and girls will meet at at the Youth Center in the basement of the Mallard Following their return from the they will be re warded with a party and refresh School Curriculum EyedByPTA It created a wholesomefeeling in the members attending the re cent PTA meeting to learn how well our high school curriculum meets the needs of the youth of our district and how it compares with proposal for steppedup The variety of sub jects available will challenge the upper 15 percent of the group providing these students will carry five subjects each semester under the counseling of their who is in charge of student It appears the planning of the cur riculum by Grouse and Jacobson has been well done to net include Unless the parents can encourage their Graveside Rites For Reese Baby Graveside rites were held Mon day for the infant son of and Ivan Reese of Algona in Rush Lake eemetery near Mallard with the Rev pastor of the Trinity Lutheran church in The baby was born in Anns hospital at Algona and died a few hours He is survived by his parents and two brothers Cordis and Adrian also his parental and Walter Reese of Cornpicker Fire Emmetsburg firemen answered a call to the Veraon Rouse farm northwest of Mallard Thursday evening to extinguish a blaze in the cornpicker which apparently started from the corn be ing ignited by the pickers ex Damage was childrea to expect hotneworlfwhen they carry five there will continue to be too many stu dents getting by with less than their As for having to awaken students in study little is left to say for the disci pline of parents who have allowed recreation to supercede Save November 19th for Attend Eastern Star Convention Eddie and j Prochaska and Vernon Rouse attended the state Eastern Star convention in Des Moines Tuesday and Enntertained Olga Walrath entertained the Contract Bridge Club Monday evening at the home of her Caroline Prize winners were Luella Kress and Harold The hostess served a tasty With the Stars and Stripes Change of address Clark 9737967 Barracks 543 NATTC Jacksonville Florida Coming Sale settle the Daisy Hough house hold several lots and about 8 acres of land will be sold at auction in Watch for details in next weeks Tavern Changes Doc Weinzetl has purchased the Hertom Tavern and took over Lillian Swanson who spent the past week with her Eddie White and METHODIST WSCS BAZAAR BUFFET SUPPER Methodist Fellowship Hall 5th Bazaar Begins At Supper From On Menu Swedish Meatballs Chicken Loaf Escalloped Ham Potatoes Potato Salad Cabbage Salad Jello Salad Baked Beans Buttered Carrots Relishes Rolls Jelly Pie Coffee All You Can Eat for Children Under 12 Years 50c A Memoriam In Memory of WILLIAM L REESE RASTY who was accidentally killed on November He is gone but not forgotten and as dawns In our lonely hours of thinking Thoughts of him are always Days of sadness will come oer us Friends may think the wound is healed But they little know the sorrow That lies within our hearts con The Lloyd Reese Family is gradually becoming returned to her home Sunday at to That is why Bake Sale 1st IcOO to Reinders Store Legion Sponsors Weekend guests in the home of Marvel Hough were her and of Redwood Their TRICK is to TREAT Card of Thanks Many thanks to all who re membered us during our stay in he Your and visits were greatly apprecia and Vernon White and Jeffrey Lee MALLARD m THEATRE Saturday Shows Sunday Shows FREE Shows Wednesday PRICE 20c and 50c Card of Thanks I wish to express my sincere thanks to everyone who remem bered me with gifts and visits on my 87tb mak ing it such a happy Your thoughtfulness is greatly Maggie Card of Thanks I wish to thank everyone who helped in any way to make my birthday party such a wonderful and enjoyable Special thanks for the gifts and Words cannot express my appreciation to you all my dear Meads and May God bless Dora Bell SaturdaySunday 12 1 Married A Woman George Dors Adolph Menjou 5 Admission by Free Ticket From Your Merchant Plus lOc Until The Sail Jean Fontaine Paul Newman 2 Cartoons
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