Fontanelle High School - Wolf Trails Yearbook (Fontanelle, IA)

 - Class of 1952

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WFINHF IMFR Pet Peeve Our Mess Hall Ambltlon Transport Drlver By Word Shucks bport Football Subject Phy sms lJE1Stl!TlP DTIVIDX Class Offlcer Class Play Pep Club If Club Band Paper Staff Annual btaff Basketball Baseball Football 1 'ic- is-.,.b -at L FILA bPF'F'D Pet Peeke People who talk about you belund your back Ambxtmon Recordmg Sxnger By Word Oh dear Subject Typlng Pastlme laying the plano Paper Staff Annu nl Staff Class Ofhcer Glee Club 1 iq -Q""" IRMA jl- AN l ANQGU I M I P! Peeve People who thmk they knuw everything Amlntlun Ilousewxff' My Word You know what I mean Spur! Ilaskr-tball Hubjert Cn-uumtry mann 1 Rxclmv ln a For Hxakethx Annual Stall I 11 r St CI1ss0fl1cer C 1 If-1 n C1100 Club Qu: en Candidate I pC ls DI AN If FICK I nt I f-1 Wonuen that snxoks- Ambxtmn Mods-rn I armer By Word BlS!l1It 'sport Ba:.kPtInII Subjeri beomr-try Pashme Drnmg ms .3 Annual Stuff Basketball Paper ataff Cl Iss Ofhcffr Glee Club I ep Club IINDA I URDW er Sus fr rnblhon I I urm K nm worthwhxlf- Wurrl I' rid' 111 5 :Uri I'zd'1I4t1l1x Hu Jjr C1 fuurxmf' rx Hnsixrxuf- IH xcimy flask. 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OfflCf r l ep Club MARY ROQF DARI ING Pet l e-exe Sister that wears your clothes Ambltlon Stonoprxpher By Word Nope Subject Shorthand Pastxme Feacllng Class Play Paper Staff Annu xl Staff GIPP Club Basketball Pep Club 'ii EN.-,f 'Q 4.3 jAlx1lfS HA l'HUlihl IH-1 l'eeve--Wayne Mungf-is., Ambition--l"arnu-r, H5 Word--Good for you, Sport--Ping Pong, Subject--Fronomir: l'.nr.tinm--Drivinygl nrlxuol Paper, , , A A Annual Staff ,,,,,,,,,,,A, Clilf-S Pl-15 ......,... . . .. I AVONNF ROCHHOI I lx-1 Pvove I eoplz- that talk xboui others Arnbxhon llousf-wlff' llx Word l don t knou Spori Ba-ng-tbxll Subju rt ljuukken pump Pashmc ldeadlny Books Llass l'l1y C1155 Ofhrer Queen Cundldatf l aper Staff Annual Staff l RINI Sl R001 l et le-P e Wormn that Smoke Amlunon Surf' ssful I 11 mor 'Vorrl lx nn or lf-ss Spur! I' ootball uubmct lllP!'llllX'E lJl's1ll 9 lic ulmy Boo s Clxv. Offxcf r lr1rk Paper Staff Annual biaff I C' b King Candldate P4 p Club 1' "'l! i' Wu.-..g. Mud Year Semors www .0-J., UN 35-3 'Q an-suv' Null' -if A I XRRY WARRIOR XIRGII XRIVLSI1 ONG Nm ig 1--gi. 4' , WA YNF HELD HOBBY PURDY Class History ln September of 1948 flfteen young people started up the lllgll school tr ul lhe llld s of the exploxt yy ere buperlntendent Anthony Blankers Mr Sulln an Mr Cadwell Musa Drake Mr Mueller Mr Fshelman and Mrs Blankers lhose skxpplnp up from the lower tra1ls of unxor lhph were Mary Rose Darllng lella Speed Shlrley Jensen Mary Cll1'l2at1DP Brown and Cllfford Huff l rom the trails leadlng out of the country woods a new b mr-lr of wanderers met the JUIIIOI' lllgh group 'lhey were g Wayne Mangels I+ arl Wemhelmer lrma langwuth Frne A Root jean Bond oy Pexck LaVonne Rochholf and llnda urdy l a er that year we Plcked up a lost explorer jarnes Bathurst Mrs Blankers declded that more lmportant :hangs awaxted nere at home so she went back but Mrs llorna ame runnxno up to f1ll ln for her MP-N5 If We plcked up Roberta Hughes m the second step of our journey Some of our guides found new trails to be explored so they turned off They were Mr Cadwell and Mlss Drake The new gUldPS were Mrs Lmqulst and Mr Frldley We traveled on without mishap unhl 'ARI jean Bond was attracted by a Bulldog and ran off to catch hlm Durlng the thlrd leg of our journey we lost Mrs l lI1ql1lSt and Mr Mueller Mlss Welr and Mr Hertz say ed the day by dropplng out of another party of explorers and comlng to JOII1 plorers was feelmg lonely untxl we persuaded hlm to corne Xxlth us just before the beglnnlng of our fmal step of the journey three more of our travelers got lost Roberta Hughes wandermo naturallst IS still lnterested ln roots joy Felck stopped to look at a flower and tlme would not permxt us to walt for her Curtis H Lutz fell off a brldge mto the rlyer and could not be rescued Mr Sulllvan and Mr Frldley went to explore an old cave but we lucklly found Mr Dunlap and Mr Hayden who said they would contlnue on w1t.h us Durmg the first half of our last year of journey we caught up w1t.h Larry Warrlor Wayne Held V1Tgll Armstrong and Bob Purdy who had been left behind by another clans out they left us tu u MARY CIlRlb'llNF' ln search of adventure We are now at the end of the old tfdll but as we look ahead we see that It branches out mto many new tra11s Fach of us will take a different path but we hope that they wlll cross at times so that we can relue past experlences and renew old frxendshlps but we all know that we wlll newer forget our wonder ful journey through hlgh school whlch our schoolrnates and teachers helped to make so enjoyable SHIRI EY FRN,-ST Thls page courtesy of EWING FUNFRAL HOMF' Fontanelle Iowa phon 8R or 8W FWING FURNITURE' STORF Fontanelle, Iowa phone 176 O , , . 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I ella Speed has po5tponed her debut 1n Vurope to attend llllS 1e11n1on 'Ihat 5 her gethnfv off the plane noxx xx 1th her l1l1SlJlI1d xx ho IS fl11'PClU! and manaper of her concert Here come5 Frne-5t Rootw1tI1 I115 xv1fe Robezta Ile ha5 lnC0r11P 'Wal' """'cg4 " xr' expert on nexx farnnnw xnethods and recently dex LINDA reed of cattle XXll1C'l'1l19 calls Root5h1re I ook xxho IS commg from the rocket noxx It IS I aX onne Rochhol7 Recently she was xoted one of the ten best d1P5SPd xx o men 1n the world Of cour5e her po51t1on as Secretary ofthe bmted lNat1on5 calls for good proonunp Worlunp 1n Mr Blanker 5 otlue durlnc her hwh 5cl1ool days must haxe started her off on th15 career Irnua jean Langcuth IS gettlng off the plane noxx xx1th her husband Ralph For the pa5t f1xe year5 they hue 11x ed 1n Arnentm yxhere Ralph IS Pre51dent of an 61gI'lCL1llL11'dl College and lrma 15 actlxe ln p0lltlC5 Next xxe See Mary CIXTISTIDS Brown pettmp off the plane She 15 noxv rated alonp xv1th ATlSfOtl9 a5 one ofthe n1o5t fan1ou5 nnth mat1c1an5 of our t1me Her 5tud1e5 and theor1e5 of the planets haxe enabled us to haye our rneetmo here today I see Dean F9lCk lb gettmg off the plane noxv He ha5 been hax 111 a d1ff1cult t1me decldlng on an occupat1on After he uraduated from h1ph school he xyent lnto the Arnmy After that he attended lUTlCIlllI1I' IIQMA IVAN college to learn hoxx to farn1 Noxx he has been elected lb pre51dent Th15 page courtesy of Jensen Produce Sch1ldberg Chevrolet Greenfleld, Ioxva Greenfleld, Iowa S w , l y v ' uv nt f ' ' 'W I! . , - - . 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Class Poem That the SGDIOTB of 'J' be not forgot And that each be relnernbf red ln p 15511113 of tune lhese llnes are now w rltttn and praxsxng or not Fach one wlll we rnentxon ID semblance of rhyme Y arl XVQXHIIPIITIBT tall dark and handsome IS he A Studlous fellow and smart as can be At llterature Nlary Rose Darllng s a wow We tlunk of her as a w rlter rlght now A boy of great prornxse 15 Frnest Root Always good natured and hxs halr culled so cute We loye Lella Speed and her w 1nn1na way bhe s alxnost conwmccd us that studylng pays Dean Fe1ck IS a lad who keeps everyone QUESSIDQY But as he does so he sure his our blessxng We thmk Shu ley ensen s a ruwhty cute ual And she knows xll the answers a irlend and a a On the basketball court look out tol Wayne lvlanwels I or he s not partlcular wlth w horn he tangles Our dear Llndi Puxdx s 1 llttle lllt shy But look out fox he1 when there Q tlre ln her eyes ln baseball and football and basketball too Our ow n Cllffflld Ilufl wlll allways corne throuy lrma ean l xnuguth s the one who gets all the We ll enyy that record the e st of our days anaes Bathurst 15 one who 15 calnm and serene A Good level head ll you know what l rnean We really don t know what the teachers would do WIUIOUT l aXfonne Rochholf to help them get thru A dllwent stude nt lb lvlary Chr1st1ne B1 own Who ll argue the questlon and neyex bxck down We know that we have been a thorn 1n the s1de Of dear Mr Blankers our sponsor and illldfx But remernber us krndly thru long years of tune lhe vi Senlors recorded ln rhy me By Mary Chrxstlne Brown . . . 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' , .' .' . .' 7 . 1 1 , . .. 1- . . . . , 4, I ' Yearbook Staff The Class of 1953 voted unanimously in September to produce a school annual, Students were chosen for the various staff duties, A contract was signed with Walsworth Brothers of Marceline, Missouri to publish our year- book, the same company which has done our work for the past two years, We, the members of the staff, together with our sponsor, wish to thank the -faculty of our school, the students, and our business friends who have so generously contributed to our publication, for without their help this yearbook would have been an impossibility, LF'F'T TO RIGHT Cliff: rd Huff Mr Blank rs De n I-elck Marx los Da ling Wayne Mang ls james Batlu st Shi l yje n F' rl Wei helm 1- and Frnest R ot SFATED aVo ne R cllol e an r ia n 5 ABSFNT M ry Cl istme Bro n and I ind l r Vdltor Assistant Fdltors Picture Fditors Girls Sports Boys Sports Il ctlvitles Annual Sales Adve rtls ing Typists Advisor This page courtesy of Mary Rose Darling Mary C Brown Dean Felck Farl Wemhelmer Wayne Mangels Mary C Brown Dean Felck Linda Purdy Irma jean Langguth L.aVonne Rochhola Leila Speed Shirley Jensen Frnest Root james Bathurst Clifford Huff Whole Class Mr Blankers Means Sz Bradford Barber Shop Red at White Fontanelle Iowa Fontanelle Iowa -f+""""-4--...,,N.-.+ """""'f-'afar----. v k -hdviiiiiik M.-Z, E -ig: AZXZ' E1 5 W? 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Jumor Class At the beglnmng ofthe year we started out xx 1th lo melnbers ln our class and It remalns the same at thls Mme Our class officers were elected as follows llah Kmgery Presldent Delores McDowall Vlce Pres ldent Wanda Fdwards Secretary john Rectenbauph 'lreasurer Gary Welsch Peporter We haxe two class sponsors Mrs Homan and Mr Hertz due to the fact that Mrs Homan teaches only during the rnornlng hours Our Kms and Queen candxdates vw ere Ilah Kmyerx and Bruce Jensen Honxecornlng Queen candldates frorr our class were Flame Beaman and Wanda Fdxxards To ralse money for the -Iunlor Senior Banquet we sold magannes for the Curtls PUbllSll1HP Coxnpany and made a proflt of nearly sex enty dollars 1- 4 'ga .ew ""' Startlng xuth the 'cop gomg clockwlse llah lxmgerx Presldent Delores MCDowall VICE President Wandl Fdwards Secretary john Rechtenbauoh 'lreasunr Garw Welsch Reporter Flame Beaman Dewey Denms !x4a1-jorle Jensen Loren Lmumerlme Charlene huth Bruce Jensen Patrlcla Root Dale Relchardt joknn Crelghton Frank Bakermk IXABIJOTIQ EXTIES courtesv of JONFS HATCHERY Quallty Chxcks Pronw The Best Fgg birams Iv' 'f 1 '4 MD- 464-Ik Sophomore Class We started our the year xx 1th mneteen members but lost one along the way bponsor Mr Dunlap Presldent Bob Balley Vlce Presldent Mardelle Krlens Secretary Frltz Langguth Treasurer Fchth McDowall Reporte anet Hansen Opal Baldy and Frltz Langguth were our candidates for the Carn1val Kmg and Queen Frltz was chosen Kmg of the Carnlval jamce 'v1cCar'cney was a candldate for the Homecomlng Queen We have been planning on havmg a party but as yet xt has not developed Y FRONT ROW Dean Purdy Randall Fntz L eland Lxmmerlme Andy jensen Ralph Gruber Leo Armstrong Frxt Langguth Da ld Darlx g and Bob Balley SFCOND ROW jxnet llanso Ruby Moats Evelyn Bakermk Fdlth MCDO ll Georgla Knoir Mardell K len Opal Baldy Patty Cummms and BHICP McCartney Th t f 'S Pape Com ell O FAST RFPAIR SHOP Custom Corn Shellmg Ottmar Gruber "Always On The Level" Al Herman Phone 51 R Fontanelle, Iowa Phone 11 W Y 3 V. ' I 1' J 1 . , . 5 I - l . 35' . .. ' ' " : V 'll " R' lr, v L" . I. A fl 5 . , Y - , C' V . ' I X W I 17 .- W Y 1 l , Q ' 4 . I I I 2 T V2 fi 7 1 7 I ' ', 4 V I I 1 ' - u , . , ' z ' v' 'n , ' l . 5 1 n, , ' , , ' wa , ' ' f- r S, , ' I J ' 4 I 7 ' 1 - Freshman Class There were twenty-seven in our Class when the school year started, Since then, we gained Sonja Watson and lost Raymond Farnner when he rnoved to Council Iiluffs, The Freshrnan candidates for Carnival King and Queen were Shirley Gruber and Billy Fincl-4, Shirley Gruber was the Carnival Queen, Our class officers are as follows: Sponsor ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, Mr. Hayden President Gary Vdwards Vice President Billy Fmck Secretary lst Sernester Raymond Farmer ind bemester Phillip Dams Treasurer ack Dunkerson Reporter Ierry Pickrell The Freshndan class hasn t had a class party yet but we have made plans for one We decided on a hay ride but I doubt if we vt ill still haxe it M..-.na-a -ma-namnr. IRONI ROW Ixle I utf Cnry I duards Charles Strong xmrny Xxhller Ierrx Pickre ack Dunk: rson Ulmer Sorensen Phillip Daxis Billx I lckrell Lxrrx Bxudler Donald Shannon Gary Hansen BACK ROW 50nJ5 W'-lik-UTI I OTTGIDS DHFIIHP Marx I ou Brown Connie I Hall Nornxa Six id, e Sur xnne I shelrrnn Qusan Vhrrnfried I donnf Que-gk Phxllis N in Nleel Shirley bruber Marcia Warner XBSI INT I' xttx Purdx This page courtesy of Patterson Brladale Market Iowa Telephone Cornpany Fontanelle Iowa Long Distance Calls I -..u u . A 'C I f y I . . ' . , , . ' 1 . J A . . A n , I I , . I fy ' I . . A . . D H 8 S I V4 I - . v' , R , t A lf, - r 'zf APN Y x. 5 Q If l. Li.. ..- fl ...ss ..,.... 4-,....... ,.w..,.. W 5 ' 1 Av, 4 I' 'K . .i , .V F - VJ. . 4 ,. I . 11, J I Z , l Z High School Classes at 'mv'-mm gm' x FNGI ISH The prmclpal objectives ln the flrst two years of Fngllsh IS to teach the skllls necessary for effectlve wrltten and oral expresslon and communlcation whlle the last two years are d6S1ghEd to mamtam and further to develop these skllls and to galn an appreclatlon of good llterature Anthony Blankers Teacher of Fnghsh AgflCUllUT6 deals prlmarlly wlth the business of farmlng Since all people are dlrectly or mdlrectly dependent upon the farmer for thelr food and clothmg It lb necessary that we all beconue better acqualnted with agrlculture Aj7I'lCL1lll1I'9 deals xy 1th the farmers homes schools churches and other organmatxons that help to 1m prone human llfe on the farrn Students learn about the conseryatlon of soll water forests and wlldllfe Fleld crops thelr use culture and methods of plantmg and rnarketlng are studied AgT1CUllUT6 also deals Wlth the ralslng of livestock dependlng upon a knowledge of feedmg care and habxts of dlfferent kmds of farm anlmals We study dlfferent breeds of dalry cattle beef cattle hogs sheep horses and poultry Phy s1cs IS a sclence that trles to answer the questlons of the how and the why of thmgs ln the unlverse lt 15 one of the most mterestmg and practlcal subjects one can study because It touches the llfe of every person Physlcs deals 1th machlnes heat force energy sound electr1c1ty llght and transportatlon By Mr Eshelmann Teacher r nn e courtesy o FARMERS CO OP Felco Feeds ontanelle Iowa Phone 141 g. 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Y I f 1 TYPINGI TYPING I1 Begxnmng tx plng 1s both a buslness lhe bemors taklnw thxs course and a personal use subject Through learn f111f1j7 dex elop tx pxnp poxx er lt the student learns to use the type and prepaxf for 1l1e fxnal steps m xvrxter as a fountaxn pen He learns obtammg that POSIIIOH they xx ant it to use It ln the buslness world the end of the yen SHORTHAND The beplnnlng and endxngv goal 1n shorthand 15 to proxlde the busmes students xx 1th a xvorklng tool Thls xxorkmp tool lb a knoxxledpe and a sklll xxh1ch xx 111 help thenm to flnd good posltlon m a well establlshed f1rn'1 after graduatlon WORI D H15 TORY Fron11he past xxe learn the xx hx s of the present Such 15 the purpose of our hlstorx of the xx orld We also trx to learn ibbut the Ueouruphx and locauon ol the countnes that xxe studx v 'iii' hx Ivlxss Welr is 'Wx EP" L fy-1' 'la-A Thms page courtesy of Stoll Drug Store Naonu s Beauty Shop Fontanelle Iowa 11 Ontanelle Iowa 1 vu- , . .L . 5 A . . 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A r, V L 1 I - I 1 5 ' vp, . 1' 4 - ' f - V i , 1 1 '1 iff' Ill 'X The alm of our shop class IS to teach boys the ablllty to work wxth thelr hands and the use of hand tools In government class we learn the baslc functxons of our government and our dutles to our government as cltlzens Our course ln U S Hxstory 15 deslgned to glve a background of our country s h1story so we w11l have a basls to go on wxth today s problems Fconomlcs glves the student general Ideas of llvmg workmg and competmg an today s competltlve world By Mr Dunlap Mathematzcs Any course ln mathematlcs should be deslgned to glve the student the followmg concepts a knowledge of subject matter and the relatlonshlp of that subject matter to the world ln whlch we llve and appreclahon of mathematlcs as related to other flelds of knowledge and as a part of our general culture the hablts of loglcal analys1s of conclse expresslon of rapxd and accurate calculatlon of orlgmallty ln thmkmg of selectmg Important elements ln problem thmkmg the sk111s ln handlmg essentlal computatlons ln expressmg problem s1tuat1ons 15 mathematlcal language m orgamzmg statlstlcal data m graphlc representatxon, m oral expresslon of mathematlcal sltuatlons, Mr Hertz, Teacher of Mathematics Thls page courtesy ot Cummins Ernest Schwanbeck "We Move The Earth" Plumbmg Heatmg Fontanelle, Iowa Fontanelle, Iowa '53 W x '- f . . . 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O Q . , . . 1 1 , 1 1 1 5 7 1 9 L 'mi "'- Sophomores If rom lelt to rlpht Opal Baldy l atty Cummins Mardelle Krnr-ns Cn-orgxa Knorr l velyn Bakermk Ruby Moats .ls X 4? 3' xx!-'fai' if m The gxrls m the Homemakmg Department spent the year learnmg the essentlal thmgs such as cookxng sewmg groommg home decoratlng and home management The Sophomore gxrls asslst m the Federal Hot L unch program by helping to plan the menus and GSSISYIDO xx 1th cooking and servmg Durlng the year the glrls also prepare and serxe e annual School Board Faculty Dlnner and prox lde refresh ments for the School carnlval for open house durlng Natlonal Fducatlon Week and for many other occaslons Mrs l orralne Homan ......- Freshmen lrmn left to mght laxon Queck Shlrley Gruber Nornma Snadge Patty Uurdy Mrs Homxn Teacher Cunme Hall l hxllxs Nan X lee! Sonja Waison Marx lou ll own l orralne Darlmg Nlarcm Warner Susan Fhrenfrled Susanne Fshelman Thls page courtesy of Klflln Auto Company Hoyt O11 Company kshrysler Dodge Plymouth Kalser Frazer Dealer Greenfleld, Iowa Greenfleld Iowa . ' ', 1 1 ', o - , - -4 K Q . . . '. . ' 14 Q, ,'. , , V4 3.6 . H V dw! 'L l -. y -1, .A f-c " , L .- .Q , ' , '- ' ',. 'A ' ' Avfft .5 ', "x 'M 2' '-. - , I . . Lf ' , , , 1 , , - U , . I . Y th I . , , l . X 4- V I A , r J' . 4, . f , 2 ll 'X A , J V l I U , FX . . ' I H ' 'Q 1 ,I A r u I A ' ' . ' . 4 . X -. . D Seventh and Ezghth Grades .ares- --....... I ell to Rxght I yle lurdy anxta bhannon Sharon Darrow Marlene Krxens Flame Relchardt Lou Ann Lynch Mlss Schroder Gene Martln Delano Chafa FIRST ROW bandra Plckrell Marjle Westphal Patty Gourley Karen Walsh lorrame Arterburn SFCOND ROW jack Mlrchell I arry' Gross Ted Fhrenfrxed I ay unne lluff Marlene Gruber lwlargaret Marmn THIRD ROW Bobby I ane Gary Fhrenfrxed janet Dunkerson Duane Swadge Beyerly Knorr Betty Goetz FOURIII ROW I arry Darling Charlene F reeman Nancy Gerdes Una KIHIES Dale Marckmann and Marilyn Gaslull Th9Jl1l'll01' Hlgh has a total enrollment of thlrty two students Elghteen elghth graders and fourteen seventh graders In add1t1on to workmg on our regular school subjects we part1c1pated ln the followmg extra currlcular aCtlV1t16S Poppy Contest sponsored by the Amerlcan Legxon Auxlllary the Adalr County Spellmg Contest, Essay and Poster Contest sponsored by the Garden Club junlor I-hgh basketball games and the Flghth Grade Class Play We also had our annual Halloween party which was enjoyed by all Graduatlon was a hlghllght of the year for the elghth grade students We now stand ready to take our places ln higher pathways of learnmg fhls page courtesy of VAN VLFET HARDWARF Z6 Albert Van We-et Fontanelle, Iowa O A . 3 - I fi Q M N X , ' I , Q Q. 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' ,V ' Q., ' A T W' 1- 551 'gg 2 x Q -qw Aw, J, , Q si : be , , z' " f ff ' . ...F .up six if J' K 3 j ' 1 Sixth Grade QD- I FIRST ROW lvlarlene Miller Betty lane SFCOND ROW Rosemarx lritz Helen fliomas Fern Westphal THIRD ROW Donnie Rice Larry Stark Karen Shannon FOURTH ROW George Marnm Therald Arterburn Karen Frank FIFTH ROW Roger Fhrsam Nadine Strong Patty Martin Marilyn lietlow FFACHFR Miss Carnp When school began on August 27th our room had an enrollment of sex enteen pupils At the close of the first six weeks period Margo Friedman entered school in Des Moines leaving sixteen pupils for the remainder of the year On October 3rd our class took part in the program for the carnival We prepared sex eral selections of choral reading including 'Ihe Parrner and the Rax en Mice and New Shoes At Christmas we presented a one-act play entitled Christmas at Beanville School which we enjoy ed very much, Two members of our room Helen Thomas and Betty jane Lane were unior high cheerleaders, Karen Ann Shannon was on the unior high ball tearn, Patty Martin and Betty Lane were in unior band, In addition to these activities we had parties for Halloween Christmas and Valentine Day, This page Courtesy of: Canby Store Bolton 81 Smith General Merchandise, Standard Service Z8 Charles and Howard Beaman Fontanelle, Iowa Fourth and F ifth Grades We had twenty-seven pupils enrolled the first day of school, fifteen in the fourth grade and twelve in the fifth grade, This included Rosemary Knorr and David 7.ietlow who came from a rural school, Charles Walsh was also a new student The fourth grade was sorry to have Ronald Johnston move to Council Bluffs, The fifth grade was glad to welcome Larry Strong back, Jerry Ward joined the class in October Ml ROW ROW ROW ROW ONE Left to Right Merry Darrow Jerry Ward Marvin Goetz Karen Edwards Ted Bauer, Larry Strong TWO Joyce Ruth Richard Moats Judy Ehreniried David Zletlow Evelyn Gnrss Mary Herr FOUR Karen Bakerink Rosemary Knorr Martin Marnxn Margaret Strong Barbara Swadge Jean Gerdes FIVE' Dale Freeman Charles Walsh Linda Stewart Evelyn Hall STANDING Mrs Marjorie Roberson teacherj ABSFNT FROM THF PICTURE Dale Kimes This page courtesy of Clayton gl Rectenbach W R Lewis Sinclair Service Funk s Seed Corn Fontanelle, Iowa Fontanelle Iowa I ' "ff, 5 ROW THREE:1iamgnd Hddge, Bette Rohner, David Frank, Joyce Ehrenfried, Tom Hertz: : . ' ' . l - . . . , I Second and Thzrd Grades When school opened thxrty two pupxls enrolled ln our room The Second grade class had thxrteen members Nlneteen pup1ls made up the thlrd grade Durlng the flrst slx weeks we lost Rlchard Friedman and Patty johnston when they moyed to other c1t1es Dlane Perry Buddy Held and Phyllls acobsen returned to their rural school the last semester Four tlmes a week we v1s1t the muslc room for class Mr Hayden 15 our lnstructor VVe enjoy our DWUSIC actxvltles Fach mornlng we have readmg and language arts classes After the one o clock bell we enjoy a story perlod Ar1thmet1c and sclence classes keep us busy untll recess The last perlod IS our soclal studles and art classes Fllm strlps and movles have added Interest m our currlculum Good llbrary books have Increased our readmg enjoyment It has been a pleasure to work wlth both grades Mlss Sears 'sag FRONT ROW SFCOND ROW joyce Strong junior llmmerlme Susan Darrow Bllly Raasch john Martin Martha jane Iloman john Knorr Cheryl Reynolds Ronnie Frnst joan Warner THIRD ROW Dons Anne Hayden Paul lletlow joyce Marckmann bandra Mangels Norene Klmes Gary Frank FOUR'II-I ROW jerry Lee Chrxstensen Gary Bakermk Mac Miller jerry Kenneth Rxce johnny Wllllams xmm1eD1ckerson Fugene I ut! Larry Bond Robert Hall Bobby Fdwards Denny Hanssen and Mlss Sears FIFTH ROW lhls page Courtesy of Ile1fnerjewelry Butler B1 WLlls Glfts That Last Farm Implements Greenfield, Iowa Greenfleld Iowa Kindergarten and' First nu, EriTKfMw- l 435 f NUM I-ROM I Fl' I 'IO RICIVI ON OLIISIDF 'IABLF Rex haasch Stexen Darlxng Norbert Srhrode r Iixchazrl Dmckerson Iixclnrd I ddy Davxd Human janxes lawrence Gene jacobsen Marxlla blxwdy e Du 1d Ilall john Rice anxes Rlce Larry P reeman Dale Rohner james lxnorr 'iherxlxn I rank I llllan Zxetlow Paulette Lutz judxth Netterxck Candy Means Duwnya Walsh I RISI ROW CFNII li udx Ildll Xallnda Chafa SI' COND ROW lxonme Marhn Calxm Martm IIIIRD ROW Dax 1d llanssen jon Fhrenfrxed I X51 ROW Bexerly Netterxck 'Nlancy Ward Douglas Hall Stephen Holaday Mrs Burg Qstxnchng, leather ANSI NI I xrry Holton and-Iohnnle Petersen School opened on Monday August Z7 wlth an enrollment of thlrty four There were fxve glrls and flfteen boys m Kmdergarten and flve glrls and nlne boys ln flrst Grade ln a few weeks Bobby Corllss left and Went to llye ln Pittsburg Kansas Soon Keene Plckrell moved to Des Momes At the end of the sernester Gene acobsen Went back to the country school In February Dale Rohner moved to the country During the sixth week of school Nancy Ward from Paullma entered the flrst grade Thls page courtesy ot FONTANFI LE IMPLFMFNT COMPANY Fontanelle and Greenfleld Internatwnal Harvester Westmghouse Flectrlcal Apphances Maytag Washers and Gas Ranges .Q 'I Ia..-.-.. i . 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X U? ff ,Q x ' ' if ' f if .fy Q arg Wk rv f ' , ff A V ' r . , , , N' 1 C11-ut'-r'lv1r11p 1 fr, 11 wrmma ' 7'x"Y' .Vvlrrngxlrw lirm- rx mlm m.1 f 'V-Qledir .Mig Newspaper Staff F H S FICTION AND FACTS Fontanelle Hlgh School has a m1meographed newspaper Flctlon and Facts wh1ch is lssued sem1 monthly Durlng the flrst semester lt 15 publlshed by the Semor class after whlch the Junlors accept the responslbxlltles so that when they become Semors they have already had one semester of experlence Members of the Sen1or paper staff were Edltor Lmda Purdy Asslstant Fdltor Shzrley Jensen Cartoonlst Wayne Mangels Glrls Sports Mary C Brown Boys Sports Cllfford Huff Feature Wrlter Irma Langguth Alumni News Mary Rose Darllng and Leila Speed Grade News LaVonne Rochholz Typlsts L.aVonne Rochholz Irma Jean Langguth Earl Welnhelmer Mary C Brown and Cllfford Huff Machlnlsts Ernest Root Dean Felck and James Bathurst and Advlsor Mlss Wen' On the Junlor paper staff are Edxtor Charlene Ruth Asslstant Ed1tor Patr1c1a Root Cartoonlst John Rectenbaugh Glrls Sports Wanda Edwards Boys Sports Dale Relchardt Feature Wrlter Patr1c1a Root Alumnl News Elame Beaman and Marjorle Jensen Grade News Loren Zlmmerlme Odds and Ends Delores McDowa1l and Frank Bakermk Head Typist JoAnn Crelghton Typ1sts Marjorxe Jensen Elalne Beaman Ilah Kmgery Wanda Edwards Marjorie Krles Machlmsts Gary Welsch Bruce Jensen and Dewey Denms and Advlsor Mxss Weir Thls page courtesy of STATE SAVINGS BANK Fontanelle, Iowa "General Banklng and Insurance" Girls' Glee Club At the beginning ofthe year, twenty-six girls reported to Mr, Hayden for Glee Club, They meet for practice on 'Tuesdays and Thursdays at 3:15, During the year eleven girls were selected to attend a lvlusic Festival held at Greenfield on February 14, They are as follows: Sopranos-Suzanne Ffshelnian, janet Hanson, Ivlardelle Kriens, janice lvlcflartney, and Edith lVlCDowall, Alttfs-JoAnn Creighton, Wanda Fldwards, Shirley Jensen, Irma Langguth, I.inda Purdy, and Phyllis Van Vleet, The Music Festival for the Glee Club and Band was held on April 1, 1. l U8 I IRb'l ROW inure MCC xrinfy Su anne l' shelman lmrlx I ur ly Nami.: I dw ix ds Shirlex Iensen Charlene Ruth Irma ean I ini uth 'xlarx C ristme Brown Sl COND ROW I orrame Darlmy Nlarx Nose Dax Imp ans-1 Hxnson Delores N1cDowxl1 sin l l rrnfx ed e 1 ar e le riens V eoxeii lnorr lv Iliu en IIIIRD ROW Nornia R169 Lonnie llill lNorrua Sixirls P 'uhirlex I rubfr Nlircn Wxrner I 'xx one Querx I'd1th NICDON all l Xtricia Purdx and N111-x I ou Broun Ihis page ourtesy of Dr L King Dr Purt er Dentist Optometrist Greenfield, Iowa Greenfield Iona B0 s' Glee Club llie music prograni is planned to lc-t as niany students as pussilnlv. participate in activitie-Ls that contribute To Social, irttt-llt-ctual, and viimtional ggrrmtli wlliclt will gin, satisfaction in adult life, Singing and play intl in tl group is practice- in tlu- unitt-d Q-lturt to attain C'OIIIIT1Ol'1gOt1l5. lntelltfctual uriclt-rslamling ol' llm intricacies of :music provide students xx itll tools xxlticli niay be um-d tu xx ork in all arts and in all sciences. 'l'l1e- eiitotional outlets allowed by lirwtonintg to tlm music ul' utltf-rs, or vxptw'-hsvcl by one"s svlf, can only lm nie-abtlre-cl by intagiiting a xxorld xxitlmut riiusic, Give tlie student musical understandings and you give the adult lasting satislactions, By lN'lI'A llaydf-rt Q ... pc? 1 I in 1 1 ixpr urn sm 1 ll I you Y-CQND F- P r if Q NVtxnv N imr S cn Mite-nln 9 r mi 1- f vane.: u 1 fm we-ru 4 x nt t nnun utr 1 nn tx 1 1 1 f I f - L.. ' V ,. 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'gs Zfgif' ! s,g' v Student Councll IC HI I UR Secret ry The student councll has grown out of a group ot organmatxon otucers who were called together by Mr Blankers last year It has developed more thls year The people that make up the student councll are the presldents and NICE pres1dents of all the xarxous olganlzatlons 1n hxgh school such as the F Club the Y Teens the band and the classes oAnn Crelghton student councll presxdent was elected by the student body thls year Llnda Purdy IS the secretary and lwlr I-Iert7 1S the adw1sor Some of the f,hlngS that have come up ln the student councxl are who should serve at the football and basketball games the homecomlng celebration hlgh school dances and other thxngs that pertaln to the hlgh school affalrs ,vm C Hb!-F I BPANIAIN C1 IDWARD5 W PDWNRDS ll 5 C Ruin re BAIIFX BROWN B I-INCK M" KINGF RY N1 KRIFNS IJ NICDOWAII Thxs page courtesy ot Slnner Motor Company Farmers Co Op Elevator Company Ford Dealer Greenfleld Iowa Greenfleld Iowa 5 a ., , L n ' fr , CRF 3 ON IA 1 Dy Vrvsidvnt a Y . l .V . . . , Q S I , - , . 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Q r 1 Y-Teens The purpose for the Y-Teen organization is to serve others, It is a daughter organization of the National and State Y, W, C, A, During the year we have tried to fulfill this purpose in several ways, Fvery Monday morning we sponsored a worship service for the high school, At Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Faster we held a longer religious prograrri, At Christmas a box of chocolates was sent overseas, and we sponsored an assembly on world brotherhood, In the spring we held a dance, Our officers were: President ,,,, Vice-President Secretary ,,,, Treasurer Reporter , Flaine Bearrian Wanda Fdwards , , Linda Purdy ,Shirley Jensen Shirley Gruber Q fag- ill! gl AX FIRST ROW Marx Christine B1 :mn I inda l urclx Nmda Yduards Miss Weir l' lime llaeanixr Hhirlex rnser Nhirlex Gruber SFCONID ROW xrnix l ICP 1 e mr nf 'Txelxn Pa :ke-ru k Delux cD0uxll l xii ircslf ro I x Brown Ixliijoru lame: THIRD ROW J ricii I-Zoot I hx 'xloats l t a C n 1 Phxllis Nan X if-rf Susan F hrenfried lxhrria Warner ora mr rn F' iN rDo xi im utr i l urdx This page courtesy of Bailey gl Jensen Schroder Fllectrlc' Shop Variety Goods Phone 40 W Fontanelle, Iowa Fontanelle loxsa F -Club The F Club stands for I.etter Club, or a club that is niade up of the students that have earned letters for various activities, Besides earning a letter in one of the sports fbasketball, football, track, and baseballl, it is possible to earn one for being a nianager or cheerleader- 'I'he officers of the F Club are: president, Wanda Fdwardsg vice-president, Wayne Nlangelsg secretary-treasurer, Bob Bailey, Advisor of the club is Mr, Hertz The club has earned rnoney by serving at athletic events, and by selling schedule pencils FlR'al POW ic: Nl: x nz lrx s rn x nz lxxxrls. Shirlex nnsen x me xxrene ful nn n u STCOND FOV oacli llr-rt dx xr n 4 tc-nbxuy x We-inhs lvner Dexxrx enms I zu 1 ri tr une 'x is flnnc s c 1 Dx lHlFD ROW D in l ll ack Dunkerson Clxrx Hansson Ulmer S wr nson 1 iclxxr Bob Bailey and Clifford Huff l 1 court s Grad: A ucyberts Dairy Products Skelly Gas Station llr- Ma l'ropr1f Ivan Creiphton Proprietor Innhlnvlle Iowa Fontanelle Iowa .Tumor Semor Banquct X -vw m lhv. l ontanelle jun1or bemor Bxnquet was held Aprll Z0 19:1 ln the hlgll school 03 llllliiblllfll The gy mnasxum xx as beautlfully decorated wlth alternatlng colored naplxxns green yellow blue and pmk whxch hung from a lowered celllng Crepe paper strearners of the same Color hung from the lowered Celllng decorated the sldes of the room The theme of the banquet was Mother Goose Ball To help carry out the thexne there was a garden and NV1Shl1'1g well at one end of the gyrnnaslum Sophomores dressed as Mother Goose characters were seated at varlous places m the gym They were Llttle Mlss Muffet Llttle jack Horner Mr and Mrs jack Sprat Mother Goose jack be Nlmble and Humpty Dumpty The dmner was served at 6 30 p m by members of the Sophomore class The XVGITTESSSS and waiters were Flame Beaman Wanda Edwards Marjorie Jensen JoAnn Crelghton Kerry RICE Frank Bakerlnk Dale Rexchardt and Gary Welsch The waltresscf. were dressed 1n whlte with pastel bonnets and aprons 'lh1s page courtesy of, Rex Elllott Ehrsam Implement Car Parts and Servlce Oln er Dealer Norge Home -Xpphances Greenflelcl, Iowa Greenfleld Iowa o o 4 J K X . h x -f , , ' ' K Q 5 - ' . ,a- '- x . 9 1, ' - -. n , . 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V an Q 11 1 1 1 '- . , , . . 1 1 " ' 1 - ' ' 1 1 1 ,I I I ! , u The dinner menu consisted of: ' Ring Around the Rosie Tommy Tucker's Pig Humpty Dumpty Potatoes Creamed Peas in Cockle Shells Rainbow Salad Peter Piper Pickled Peppers Tommy Tom s Supper Polly s Tea The program was as follows Welcome Curtis Lutz unior Class Presidentj Reply Norma Pxckrell Senior Class President Prophecy joy Felck Song Nursery Rhymes Roberta Hughes Will of Senior Class Mary Christine Brown Song Over the Rainbow Fernjessen Address ,Mr Hertz Closing Curtis Lutz A dance was held in the gymnasium following the banquet "Ns Illini X3 FROM LFFT TO RIGHT M y Ch h M D ll Kath r This page courtesy of Floyd Coleman W C Dlers Crosley Home Appliances Real Estate and Insurance Fontanelle Iowa Fontanelle Iowa 9 I . I . . . . V ...... U.. ....... . . . H . . . . 'I . C , lf 45' 4 ., e ' ag 3. 4' r - . A fs PW. 1 . , C A 1 , . Lx Q. s Q! . 1' v Q f A uf Y Q .- , W1 ' A gi . ' -' l' ' , A , K I I R , I ' ff' 5 ' . X K H 4 . 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': ar ' ristine Brown, joy Feick, janet Ru! , Delores c owa , rvn Carl, Mary Rose Da ling, Leila Speed, 1 r O Annual Carnwal 1951 ANNUAL CARNIXAL Fach year ln the fall F H S has an all school carnual usually opening Wlth a program ln the audltorlum by the elementary school and muslc by the hlgh school Games and contests for prmes a bake sale and refreshments take place ln the pymnaslum after the openlng program Towards the close of the evenmg a Kmg and Queen of the carmval are formally crowned The Klng and Queen are chosen by votes sold by the student body to ralse money Fach class elects candldates Thls year the Freshmen chose Shu-ley Gruber and Bllly Flnck the Sophomores selected Frltz Langguth and Opal Baldy the juniors llah Kmgery and Bruce Jensen and the Semors l aVonne Rochholz and Frnest Root lDean F61Ck substuuted for Frnest because of lllnessl 'U- J? 1 '-vp, f u n 1 u t w al e a nne a run l Op 1 Ha CROWN BFARFRS j X H rxck andjon Fl renfrx This page courtesy of Means Seruce Store Vlciory Theater Goodyear T1res 81 Hardware Where The Largest Stars Shme Fontanelle Iowa Fontanelle Iowa r 'J j y n 1 n ' Y , . i ' ' I I ., . 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Fserythinp To Build .tune e I '..a Sugar Blew Candy Norton Lloyd Patterson Aunt Augusta Hughes Gr1se1da Hughes Davld Van Van Sam Bullet Galsworthy Mr Mldgely Loxs Mldgely Dorxs Norton Mlss Blackwell Dlrector donkey N1obe and two prospectors the Norton s as dld the Jet propelled time with our play, COMPAN Y Anything Phone 99 One Act Plays 'B e ch and the Ilo I m the left to the ight D P dy Phillip D is P t C ed Q k Sta d g left t ght j h R ct ba gh De ey D Br ce Jens D le Rel h dt ectr Mss a kD kronjan eMCrtnyF'dthMcD r y P k SURE AS YOU RE BORN janet Hanson janet Maxwell Phillip Davis ohn Maxwell Dean Purdy Wilbur Maxwell Susan Ehrenfried Connie Maxwell Lavon Queck Betty Lou Maxwell Patty Cummins Guardian Angel This comedy was with the Maxwell family and their trials with Wilbur the son They had to cram him full of knowledge for a contest he mistakenly entered LITTLE OSCAR TFLL TALF' HFART Henry Terry Pickrell William Valdemar Dale Relchardt Josie Edith McDowa11 james Landor Dewey Dennis Fred jackie Dunkerson usfm Glanvil Bruce Jensen Gussie Janice McCartney Bill Josephs john Rectenbaugh After due consideration this This play is an adaption of the play play was chosen to represent the by Fdgar Allan Poe It involved the school at the declamatory contests strange thoughts of a dementlated this year, It discussed the various man after he has committed a murder attributes of the two babies little and the effect of three policeman on Oscar and little Chester, his actions, This play went to the Drake Play Festixal in March, This page courtesy of: The Golden Rule Department Store Poffenberger Furniture Store The Best For Less Quality Merchandise For The Home Greenfield Iowa Greenfield Iowa ,J NDN Hot Lunch E'-Q.-11 +5.41 is -..,xx On October Hth the serwlng of hot lunch was stxrted lhe Sophornore glrls had The hexxlest work m thls undertal-img They xxex as-blsted by the Freshman g1TlS l unch was prepared cially for approxlmately 115 students The prlce was rinsed to thxrty cents thls- year Hot lunch service usually end the Second week of April, llub l,'X1f? 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U ' o HERE ARE THE FACTS Proposed Addltlon to Fontanelle School Interested Cltlzens Inspect ,700 people Chalrs set on the floor Tentatlve Plans For The can accommodate tfrom 350 to 400 roD0sed School Addltlon 'people rn a posltxon so as to get a full vlew of the stage on Friday evenmg July 27th I A vocatlonsl farm shop 26x78 under twenty two cmzens mcludmg mem the bleachers' wxll have B large door -bers of the Board of Educatlon and to accommodate projects such as hay racks self feeders and farm xmple Architect Dxghton Smlth took part IH ments dlscusslon of tentatlve plans for the The proposed bulldmg w'll gnve proposed school addmon 8 Sketch of adequate audxtonum facxlltles for all which appears In this Issue of The school and large community gather Observer ,mgs This wrll enable ellmmstmg the stage and the large study hall nn The blllldmk ll Pl'0P050d w1ll be the present bmldmg and provlde two to the south and east of the present structure It wall havefa gymnssrum with a 42x78 floor and a 18 x38 stage with space undemeath for chanr stor- age There will be 'bleachers or three classrooms by adoption f the Home Room' system used suc cessfully by many hlgh schools. The present music room would be used by the sixth grade and the tem porary partxtron ln the seventh and the side opposite the stage with a seating capacity of approxnmately eighth grade room taken out to re lxeve congestion there The present I ? gymnasxum could then be used for muslc for vlsual education for dm mg room for the 100 to 125 puplls who eat hot lunches at school and for certsxn homemakxng projects The proposed farm shop would make possible the addltxon of vow tlonal agncultu.e Wlth the present burldmg the school can not qushfy the course of study wlll be an lm portant factor m mlmtamlng an Ide- quate hugh school m Fontanelle The school addxtxon ll so desxgned that two four or slx clsssrooms can be added rn case of eventual school oonsohdatron or reorganization A colored sketch of the proposed addr txon ll m the window of the Van Vleet hardware Voting for the bond rssue will tak? pllce at the Fontanelle Town Hall next Monday August 6th from noon untnl seven o'clock m the evemng POTtlOn of leaflet chstrlbuted to all homes m Fontanelle Independent School Drstrxct prior to bond election August 6 1951 Bond electlon passed favorable and Board of Fducahon IS IH process of lettmg contracts for the new school addlflon lhxs page courtesy of Fddy s D X Servlce Toggerv Fontanelle Iowa F0ntane11e Iowa O O V .. ,M....,.-,,. .. . . .- , f Q , . f I i 1 ' . . . - . - . . . , , . , . 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