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

 - Class of 1954

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NA X W6 9,1 f 54 take prlde ln d Ded1cat1on edlcatmg our 1954 annual We the Class o to our prxnclpal Rxchard C Manson that tlme h S only one year durlng Although he has been wlt u d and leader to the entlre student body he has been a true fr1en For the future W and prosperxty e wxsh Mr Manson a treasure of happmess s X B l My X MM 4 2 l X X o A f ff in ,41- Board olEducat1on 49 gi' 36' It N SEATE D Albe t Van Vleet Herm n Strom Dean Darro STANDING Supe xntendcnt Antho y Blanke s Glenn Edwa d INSFRT Presid nt Don Tledem n The Board of Education The Board of Education sets the policies for the school and the Superintendent s duties consist in carrying out these policies People on the Board are elected by the voters of the district at an annual election held the second Monday in March Vacancies occurring on the Board are filled by appointment This year William E Finck was appointed by the Board to fill the vacancy created by Ramon Jacobson s resigning when he moved out of the district Veteran member of the Board is Glenn Edwards who has served for fifteen years Chosen by the Board to keep records of proceedings and of financial transactions is the secretary Mr G Faurote served in that capacity for over twenty four years when he recently resigned Elected members of the Board serve without pay Our Board has given very unselfishly of their time and talent especially during the last few years when our gymnasium auditorium was in the process of construction This Page Courtesy Of, GREENFIELD ELQEVATOR FARMERS CO-OPERATIVE1 COMPANY Grain, Coal, Livestock Greenfield, Iowa 3 ,f1'f"""""bf, sf' W 1. lX'NTIIfJ'NHHIf1NIIRS UTDIHQ Nil C ollrg xfelunr y :Ia North x este rn lun Prmfv or d 1 9 Iduc nm Supe rlntnndc nt I lterature P I'g11ShdDdt'xU16 mmm AMW RICHARD C N'AINSfJ nl S Na ner Y 1 s State Unuerbxty Of loud H 5 In Graduxte Work At S U I rjn L A N Cr1n1mCrr1xlA'ndSoC1a1Stud1Ps I rmmpal Txpmg IAud II V Shorthand Xxx And Bookke-Q plug, C 6-ography And Sorlology 341 lm IRINP QT F3 FYVITx'If5NQ Des. 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JUSTICE Slmpson College B A Coach Physxcal Educatlon Manual Trammg Economlcs And Government BETTY HUBBARD Slmpson College B M.E Grade Muslc Vocal MUSIC Band Engllsh 9 And 10 ' 1 F 0, D I x, M E ' JJ PRESIDENT VICE PRFSTDENT SECRETARY TREASURER, REPORTER SENIORS CLASS OFTM CLASS OFF ICLRS Cl ASS COLORS Red R, Sllver CLASS FLOWER Amerlcan Beauty Rose CLASS MOTTO It Is Not Too Late To Bulld A Better World CLASS SPONSOR Supermtendent Blankers Edlth Warner Dorzs Shllhng Patr1c1a Cummlns Andy Jensen Fern .lessen EDITH WARNER Nlckname One Act Play Class Play Cvlee Club Band Class Officer Student Council Annual Staff Paper Staff Mlxed Chorus Pep Club Basketball Manager Offlce Worker F Club Band Llbrarlan Fdee - .. . ........ .l,Z Y-Teen ...... ........ 1 ,2,3,4 .. ....l,Z,3,4 .........3,4 ' ......Z,3,4 ....3,4 ' ..... .. .... .1 . .......... Z ' .......... ...3 - ........ ........ 3 ,4 ' ' ............. 4 'C Q... DORIQ Nickname Glee Club Y Teen Cheerleader Pep Club Class Play Student Councll Class Offlcer Annual btaff QHII LINC' DoDo ANDY JENSEN Nlckname Glee Club Class Play Class Offlcer Annual Staff Paper Staff PATRIC Nlckname Y Teen Glee Club Class Play One Act Play Pep Club Class Offlcer Paper Staff Annual Staff George IA CUMNHNS Pat 49' f MARDEI LE' KR IENS Nxckname Glee Club Y Teen Class Play Paper Staff Annual Staff Class Offlcer Homecom mg Queen Student Councll Mert RANDALL FRITZ Nlckname Football Basketball Baseball Band Glee Club F Club Class Officer Class Play Annual Staff Paper Staff RUBY MOATS Nickname Band Pep Club Y Teen Paper Staff Annual Staff One Act Play Class Play Band Lzbrarlan Rufu Z Rhubarb Z S l .--f E' is ' 1 12 F i'n1.f' LEO ARMSTRONG N1ckname............... Football ............... l,Z,3, Basketball .............. Z,3, Baseball .... . . ....... l,Z,3, F-Club ............... l.Z,3. Class Officer. . . . . . . F-Club Officer, , , . , . Glee Club .......... Paper Staff .... .... Annual Staff ......... GEORGIA KNORR Nlckname Y Teen Pep Club F Club Paper Staff Annual Staff Cheerleader Class Play One Act Play Glee Club Mlxed Chorus BOB BAILEY Nxck-name Football Basketball Baseball Class Play Band Glee Club Annual Staff Student Councll Carmval Kmg Cand1date .....l, .. ...3, George Pres 2 2 Bill 4 4 4 4 l 4 Z 4 4 44 be S af., -ng. ,vw k G' 1 FRITZ LANGGUTH Nxckname Football Basketball Baseball F Club One Act Play Class Play Glee Club Class Officer Paper Staff Annual Staff Carmval Klng Glee Club Class Play FE RN VIESSEN Class OfflC8T LELAND Z IMMERLINE Nxckname One Act Play Class Play Glee Club Paper Staff . Annual Staff, , . Arno Bud .3 ..4 'N tru, JANICP: MQCARTN1-'Y Nickname Glee Club Cheerleader One Act Play Class Play F Club Paper Staff Annual Staff Homecoming Qu Pep Club Student Council Micki een Attendant RALPH GRU BER Nic knam e Football Basketball Baseball Cla s s Play Class Officer F Club Paper Staff Annual Staff Student Council N ORMA MADIS ON Nickname Basketball 8 Normer Hlgh 'School Play Band Glee Club F Club Y Teen Student Co-.mcil Y Teen President Annual Staff .... . . . . Paper Staff Basketball Manager . . . . . . Librarian , School Pianist Office Worker Class Officer .qw W-so xx., 2' E-C. l LVEL YN LYDOIN Nlckname Basketball Y Teen Class Officer One Act P Class Play Y Teen Officer Carmval Queen Majorette Pep Club Paper Staff Annual Staff Student Councxl Tootle Candxdate JANET HANSON Nxckname Annual Ed1tOT Paper Edltor Class Offlcer Y Teen Cvlee Club Class Play One Act Play Student Councll MARLE Nlckname Glee Club Class Play Basketball Annual Staff Paper Staff Class Offlcer 6 NE FRE UND Frenchle 2 3 uf Class H lstory In September 1950 a group of brlght young students boarded the Graduatlon Streamlmer on a trlp through the U S Conductor Mr Anthony Blankers sang out Get on board llttle chlldren there s room for many more and up Jumped janlce McCartney anet Hanson Evelyn Bakerlnk Patrlcla Cummins Mardelle Krlens Georgla Knorr Opal Baldy Ralph Gruber Randall Frxtz Leo Armstrong Larry Rlce Paul Peterson Fr1tz Langguth Dean Purdy Bob Ba1ley Dav1d Darlmg and Eugene Berry A group of out of towners jomed them They were Ruby Moats Ed1th McDowall Loretta Carns Leland Zlmmerlme and Andy Jensen Mr P P Sulhvan engmeer greeted us and took our t1ckets We soon became acquamted wlth the rest of the crew They were Mr Bruce Eshelman Mr Donald Frldley Mr Gene Hertz Mrs Lorralne Homan and Mlss Carol We1r The flrst stop was ln one of our nelghbormg states where Eugene Berry and Larry Rice were too late to catch the tram Mr Frldley dldn t belleve ln the saylng Go west young man go west so he turned around and started back east As we started rollxng agam we dlscovered two stowaways Mr Douglas Dunlap and Mr Don Hayden whom we kept for our fI11SSl!1g crew members At our second stop ln Colorado we left Paul Peterson and Dean Purdy at an A1r Force base and picked up Marlene Freund MISS Welr was called back to Nebraska for a very lmportant date and Mrs Homan decxded to go back to Iowa We just happened to find Mr Ralph Wollenhaupt and Miss Darlene Shade bummlng around so we asked them aboard We discovered after we had started up again we had lost two more passengers namely Loretta Carns and Davmd Darlmg All out m Utah crled the conductor and Opal Baldy bld us all farewell There was one new passenger we plcked up Norma Madison from some unknown town Thls was the flrst state all the passengers made through without havlng to leave one behind But we had one member change her name from Evelyn Bakerlnk to Mrs Earl Lydon We rolled on through Nevada and reached Callfornla a few days later In Callforma we pzcked up Dorls Shlllmg and Fern jessen One car broke loose from the others and we lost several crew members Mr Rlchard Manson relieved Mr Hertz as englneer and Mr Howard justice and 4Mr E B Emmons came on to relieve Mr Dunlap and Mr Wollenhaupt ln the mall male car whlle Mrs Mildred Waymlre came ln to take over the baggage car Mr Hayden left control of the whistle muslc department to Mlss Betty Hubbard One more glrl changed her name from Edlth McDowall to Mrs Marvm Warner We lost Fern jessen just as we were halfway to the coast As soon as we make lt to the coast we w1l1 get sealed orders to future destlnatlons known only to the GREAT MASTER DISPATCHER . ll - , 'J , . , . . D . , Mr. Sullivan stopped at the end of his run with Mr. Hertz taking over the controls. . D . . . Q , 1 . . K . , . . . Class Poem leo Armstrong buf ns night oil between Seven md twelve eoursc it s gasoline' Bob Bailey s mtics ceasc to end Ile ll ne ver be without a friend Patty C urnmins 3 chcerful tc xse ls always buzzing like the bees Frenchie who is fun no end ls also known as Marlene Yreund Randall Fr1t7 just love s TY But still prefers his folk s Chi VV' Ralph Gruber drives an Oldsmobile lf' or Janice hc his much appeal an Hanson always stays up late With her studies or her date' Andy Jensen is really true blue I riendly and helpful we ll give you clue l' ern -lessen fell along the way We wish that she were here today Georgia Knorr is so delightful Blonde and blue ey ed what an eyefu When her escort s a Sorensen Fritz Langguth known as Al Einstein Also does swell in the sports line TOOtl6 I ydon s a fashion plate And always gets to school so late Norma Madison is frequently seen With a guy who s commonly known as Gene Ruby Moats is sweet 'md sunny Her friends mean more to her than money anice McCartney has pep untold For her Ralph s no trouble to hold So gracious and charming she ll always. Doris Shilling suits our class to a T If dith Warner s 1 happy kid Got hitehfdt N irx shi did' Inland fvnms rline S conxertibh lord Is loldc d with tot r Q .' ' ' l I , -4 Y I A - 1 I i ' c Q . " . . ' , z ' 5 - .' 5 . I I I . - ,J i f, L ' fi .4 .Cl ' l'D' - - , , . A . K , . A . K D , .. . . ' ' '- r ex . . ll YI 1. . , V V - as ' , ll Mardelle Kriens shines like the sun Q 1 , I N . . . I - , - u . ' V O V Ci I I. . , c ' , Y , . -. . - ! i . L .N ' "- be. . . . . Q . Q A Q un is a . . . . i Q 1 ' , ' ' ' 0 'll ', J X ' . , - . s . , 1 X " kids he unning b ward' Class Will We the Senmor Class of Fontanelle lhgh School ln the year of 1954 county of Ada1r state of Iowa belng of sound mlnd and legal age do hereby declare and establxsh our last vnll and testament as follows an Hanson I w11l my back seat ln the assembly to anyone who can run fast enough to not be trampled at 12 00 p m and 4 O0 p m Edlth Warner I wlll my abllxty to catch a man and to wrxte long letters to hlm ln school tlme to Susan Fhrenfrled anlce McCartney I w1ll my cheerleadlng Job to Betty Goetz and my eternal current events ln Government class to Connle Hall Ralph Gruber I wlll my helght to 1m Purdy and my ablllty to StlCk to one glrl to Terry Plckrell Georgla Knorr I wlll my blonde halr and plerced ears to I ou Ann Lynch Patty Cummlns I wlll ny long walk to and from school the walk that bullds the athletlc flgure to Mr JUStlC9 Bob Balley I w1ll my Frank Sinatra llke volce and my dblllty to make the glrls svxoon when I croon to Gary Edwards Norma Madlson My hxghly pald Job as Mr Blankers secretary Iwlll to Suzanne Eshelman Ruby Moats To Connle P reund Iwlll my ablllty to keep bu y wlth school work and to be qulet at all t1mes TOOt19 Lydon My excendlng ablllty to get more errors than words ln typlng Iwlll to unlor Bochart I'r1t7 I angguth I vull to Donald Tucker my Mathematmcal Bram Knowledge Mardelle Krlens I vnll my appeal to undergrads to my slster Marlene Dorms Shxllmg I w1ll my cravlng to wear black constantly to Connxe 'Stephenson Marlene Freund My talents as a vehlcle operator I w1ll to Gary Hanssen and my gum crackxng ln Mr Blankers class to Shxrley Gruber Leo Armstrong I w1ll my ab1l1ty to annoy and pester the gxrls slttlng ln front of me to lm Campbell Randall l'r1t7 I w1ll my appendlx to Marcla Warner Andy Jensen I xull my bashfulness and blushlng to B1lly Fmck Leland Zlmmerllne I will my exceptxonal ablllty to eat food during school tlme wlthout belng dxscovered to Pat Purdy J : . . J . V: .' . . ' , Q : .' . J. .. . z . , . .. S K . I j . . l . . . .I . . I I c J: . Class Prophecy I EO ARMSTRONG IS now llvlng ln Colorado on a horse ranch wlth hls wlfe the former Lou Ann Lynch He IS head coach at the Unlverslty of Colorado and makes a slzable lncome ROBERT BRUCF BAII EY as we all expected IS an englneer for the Santa Fe Rallroad Company He IS stlll flghtlng a tough battle agalnst marrlage PATRICIA CUMMINS IS llvlng ID Canada wlth her husband Thelr home 15 sltuated close to thelr oll flelds ln Alberta MARI ENE FREUND has just returned from an extended tour of l' urope and IS now llvlng IU Chlcago llllnols wlth her husband whose OCCI1pal'.lOH IS speed boat raclng RANDALI PRIT! IS the star pltcher for the Brooklyn Dodgers He and hls wlfe llve ln Belvlew a suburb of New York RAI PH GRUBER IS now one of Iowa s most progresslve farmers He llves on hls seven hundred acre farm wlth hls Wlfe the former JHDICE McCartney and the famlly ANET HANSON fstage name jan Harlan IS slnglng at the Flamlngo ln San FFGDCISCO ANDY .IFNSP N 19 runnlng competltlon xx lth every Iowa farmer Hls stock and exhlbltlons have taken blue llbbons at the State Falr for the last flve years GEORGIA KNORR IS a beautlclan and has her own shop located on Broadvu ax ln New York Clty 'She recentlx styled Mammle Elsenhovver s halr and started a new rage for bangs' MARDELI E KREINb fnoxx marrled and the mother of three chlldrenl IQ modellng for an excluslve shop ln Des MOINES She and her husband llve on the outsklrts of the clty her husband lb a successful new car dealer If RIT! I ANC GUTII recently I'CVOlIltlOHl76d the lndustrlal world when he devel oped an olq gen atom motor vt hlch operates on practlcallv nothlng and has un llmlted posslbllltles TOOTII' Cl' VP LYNJ I YDON and her husband are llvlng ID Kentuckx They re cently returned from thelr thlrd honey moon whlch they spent at the Mardl Gras NORMA MADISON IS happlly marrled and llvlng ln Omaha VVlth her husband and chlldren Her husband IQ 1 successful contractor and she works part tlme as a secretary ln a manufacturlng concern RUBY MOATb 19 purchaslng manager for Younkers IH Des Molnes She 19 marrled and llvlng ln the suburbs of Des MOIDCS across the street from the former Mardelle Rrelns JANICL NICCARTNI' Y IS happllx marrled and llvlng on one of Iowa s most modern farms wlth her husband Ralph Gruber bhe recently flew to 'wan If TGDCIQCO where she appeared Xkltll jan Harlan at the l'laVT1lT'IgO l - 4 1 , ., J , 1 , , , , . . - - X '- ' . 1 ' f ' ' ,, ' . x - ' . 1 Q . . ,, I -V V . - 1 u . as J - , l - ' . 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DORIQ SI-III LING her husband and son Bllly are llvlng ln Carollna where her hlsband IS head ofa picklng plant The three of them vacatloned III Cdllfornu after her husband s release from the Army EDITH WARNE R and her husband have been honeymoonlng ever slnce hls re leise from the Army qulte some tlme ago Perhaps the long honeymoon 15 duc to the fact that they own a new 55 Mercury and would rither travel than stay home and watch FV LI' I AND YIMNILRI INIL IS marrled and F6156 e. da1ry cattls on hls two hundred acre farm north of Des Molnes He supplxes most of the dau-y products for Anderson E.F1ChSOH of Des MOIHCS Leo Arm strong Bob Balley Patty Cummlns Marlene Freund Randall Frltz Ralph Gruber an Hanson Andy -Iensen Ceorgla Knorr Mardelle Krlens I- r1t7 Langguth Tootle I ydon Norma Madlson Ruby Moats JBHICC McCartney Dorls Shxllmg Ed1th Warner 1 e land Ilmmerlme PTOf8SS10nal Football Player Rallroad Lnglneer Model Wlfe of a bllllonaxre Blg I eague Pxtcher Farmer lrofesslonal Torch Slnger Farmer Wave Be 1L1t1C1dTl Phone Operator Inventor Wife of Ambassador to japan Dragllne Operator World s besttyp1st Stenographer Bookkeeper Mother, ln 19-18 Schoolteacher Owner of the largest flea CIFCUC. ln the world Moonshlner ln Mlssourl Wlld Catter wlth husband Caslno owner ln Monte Carlo Small league flelder TGIEVISIOD Muscle man Outfle lder for the Cardlnals Income tax collector Stock Car Drlver Marrled to 9999999 hlnsteln s page boy '5OldlCT s wlfe Mr Blankers secretary Supt of good old F ll in Mother of twelve K P Offlcer Aunt older SISICI ll Mlnlster NAMES- WANTS TO BE-- PROBABLY WII,L BE-- - . 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D 5 ...J HL' ' , 1 ,, - '1 B- -A '- . .L J. 3 ll 'I Freshman News The Freshman class started out the year wlth twenty three members Slnce then we haven t lost any members or gamed any members We had one attendant from the Freshman class for the Homecommg celebratlon She was Sharon Brown The class offlcers are as follows Sponsor Mr Emmans P1-egldent Vlna Shlllmg V1ce Presldent Dale Marckmann Secretary Robert Lane Treasurer Connle Stephenson Reporter Gary Queck Sophomore News There are now thxrty four puplls ln our Sophomore class The Sophomores had charge of the annual 1n1t1at1on party thls year The Freshmen dressed to lmltate some well known personage ln the entertain ment world At nlght they met at the town square rn costume and marched around the square A party was grven ln the gymnaslum after the parade Queen candxdate from the Sophomore class was Lou Ann Lynch The class offlcers are as follows Sponsor Mr Howard justlce Presldent Larry Raper Secretary janet Hohertz Treasurer Marjorie Madison Reporter Lou Ann Lynch I umor News To begm th1s year we had twenty one students Charles Strong moved so we were left w1th an even twenty of ten boys and ten glrls At the begmnxng of the year we elected our class offxcers to the office we thought they were best sulted for They are as follows Sponsor Mr Manson Presldent Marcla Warner Vrce Presxdent Terry Plckrell Secretary Olxver Sorenson Treasurer Bully Fmck Reporter Gary Hanssen Phylhs Van Vleet was the queen attendant out of our class thxs year We are all lookxng forward to the junxor Semor Banquet which we are working toward nght now We had a nice play thls year whxch will help out for our Banquet The name of our play was Hxllbilly Weddm Vice-President -------------------- Marlene Gruber . ll e 1 n f .. High School Scenes , f'i 5 fe-aw ...,P,,Y,',,g,,v T-I 99 Fzctlon and Facts The Fontanelle Newspaper F1Ct10h and Facts IS pub11shed each month by students of the jumor and Senxor Classes The Semors pubhshed the paper the first semester and the .IUDIOTS took over the respons1b1hty durmg the second semester Members on the Sen1or Staff were Ed1tor jan Hanson Ass1stant Edltor anlce McCartney Cartoonlsts rOOt1e Lydon and jan Hanson Glrls Sports Edlth Warner Boys Sports Frltz Langguth Feature Wrlters Marlene Freund Patty Cummms and Georgla Knorr Grade News janlce McCartney Wolfs Howls Marlene Freund and Georgla Knorr Question of the Week Edlth Warner Head Typ1st Tootle Lydon Typlsts Ruby Noats Mardelle Krlens Patty Cummms Edlth Warner Marlene Freund Machlmsts Ralph Gruber Fr1tz Langguth Bob Bailey, Leo Armstrong and Randall Frltz Our advxsor was Rlchard C Manson DEH r SW Our Assembly Thls Page Courtesy Of FLOYD COLEMAN STROM S GROCERY Plumbmg 8: Heatmg Fontanelle Iowa Crosley Home Applxances 'i ,g if 5 Jw Semor Government Class r j t P f" Qin 12:- , 5-'H Freshman English Class Miss Hubbard Unstructorl This Page Courtesy Of: SCHILDBERG CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Greenfield, Iowa V 'giy fb 055- f .K lg 1 A, 144.51 Geometry Class M F ff' Iunior Typing and Paper Staff Mr Manson fInstructorX jun Campbell, Norma Slvadge and Suzanne L I I n Q xr- man ot plctur d GREENFIELD IRON AND METAL THE TOGGERY Leland Thompson Glen 0 P-Ohnel' Fontanelle, Iowa ""I Y , 'M' 3'1" 1 4 V .L Q b . Q '31, in V Q L ,AX - 5 'IQ fig r 1 fi 75 v- ,U W Q5 ,fl " gs ' ' , -ff "xl M lg 5- .' L, ' fYv',..X,-jx., H in A V! KA of if 'f " P - if r. lmmons flnstructorj X ' ' ox Q - li 1 N 1 ,-I i x ' ' 5 Q ' 4' 4 ' f ,M ., K -- ' 3? ' , I Q - .I , .. y o Q ' , " 5' X' , ll , , 6 If , N X 24 'Sn wan ,JV vu' Sophomore Shop Class X SX M45 -Q-in 5 ck PN 9- 'QA Freshman Shop Class BAILEY AND JENSEN SCHRODER ELECTRIC SHOP Variety Goods Phone 40 Fontanelle, Iowa Fontanelle, Iowa X 'X xgf NX- jg. K Vx Xxx XX xxx Xa--fa if -X XX . X N v X 'N . x "N-,Qzxx 'Q ' X S ' gx - '-N, xxx-X R xx, . .5 ky ' 'XX xxx. ' . ' 3 . ,N xx Nxt. . VN N 1 U X . ' XX 50 m I s f " ' il 1 . Y., .l, N Hu X U, . gd' ., x 4, 1 A T., -.., h l, ' I A' . Jr' N , K , X e U .mf . W-- ll , E . N 5 X A .. X -sw. E , Q - .. I' 'Q bd' Rs -.-w -K .. W ff " N-7 , . F 1 - . 5 D S-fl EQL4. ."' .f , '1 ,V K .. im A r . i " ,U A ixpv an 'f J, , 1 i M- , '- V if F .. ' K. , 2 A x '41, . , , M. A Y 4,-by fr. 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KING Dentist Greenfield, Iowa Iunior High FIRST ROW Rosemary Frxtz Marllyn Zletlow Karen Ann Shannon Marlene Mxller SECOND ROW Betty Lane Patty Martin Therxld Arterb urn Karen Kay 11 rank Roger Fhrsam I arry btark THIRD ROW Rlchard Moats David Lletlow Marvin Goetz Gary Pfundheller Dale Klmes Larry Strong FOURTH ROW joyce Ruth Merry Beth Darrow Evelyn Gross Vary Herr Karen Edwards Absent Paul Renchardt and Teddy Bauer Enrollment m September was twelve 1n the exghth grade and fifteen 1n the seventh In October Nad1ne Strong moved to Rlchland and Michael Kelley moved to Boone Th1s took one from each grade and left our total at twenty fxve Our room was enlarged and redecorated durmg the summer and this was appre czated With more room for books maps and charts, It IS easler to study Extra curr1cular act1v1t1es mcluded partlclpatxon m basketball grade operetta band safety patrol spellmg contest and plays Onward to hlgh school' This Page Courtesy Of EWINGS FUNERAL HOME BRICKERS CLEANERS Ambulance Servlce Q'-1a11tY Cleaning Fgntanelle lowa Greenfleld Iowa . : . ' . I I . ' . janet Walgenbach, Judy Ehrenfried, Mrs. Mauk. 1 I 1 ' I , 1 1 1 . - . . . . . . . . . , ' Y 1 . I 0 , 11 - - on , 1 Frith Sxxth Ja-.Il rl' P1 2 i- 'am' FIRST ROW Gary Prank Max Miller SFCOND ROW Gerald Queck Bobby Ldwards Denny Hanssen Buddy Held Norene Kimes Phyllis Jacobsen THIRD ROW Robert Hall Sandra Mangels Paul lxetlow Joyce Marckmann FOURTH ROW Betty Pxckrell Karen Bakermk Evelyn Hall David Frank Rosemary Knorr joyce Ehrenfrxed Gary Bakermk FIFTH ROW Alvin Walgenbach Barbara 'uvadge jean Gerdes Bette Rohner Ramond Hodge Lmda Stewart Dale Freeman Mrs Vary VcDowa1l Absent jxmmxe Dxckerson The enrollment this year was twenty eight pupils, with twelve in the sixth grade and sixteen in the fifth grade We enjoyed a party at Christmas for our mothers We also had a Valentine and Halloween party We have fifteen members in the junior Band This Page Courtesy Of: LLOYD'S CLOTHING STORE UNITED TELEPHONE CO. OF IOWA Your Appearance ls Our Business" Greenfield And Fontanelle Greenfield, Iowa Adair And Bridgewater n n U -ff sf. ,-5 I - .sl Q . O 1 . 5 L Q A 1- -Eg . f . ,' ' .r . ' ' . ,"'1- F' - , -45 , Y X, ' 4 - , , 1:,f,,, - ' ,Q . rr' f s, , ' P 4' 22 Ji I a.. ' JU' 'I F4- .,- 4 1.-' 'I AN zu- ' - J 1 ' L x N 24 - I x I E Third Fourth pl. 4-r I 'D L.1.F"f Q 9. A114- L FIRST ROW junxor Lxmmerlme Larry Bond Mxchael Freeman john Knorr SECOND ROW joan Warner Susan Darrow Sandra Pfundheller Mary Walgenback Dxane Perry THIRD ROW john Martin Cheryl Reynolds Martha Homan Bully Raasch FOURTH ROW jeanette Freeman Larry Freemand Sherxlyn Frank FIFTH ROW john Petersen james Knorr David Hall Larry Bolton SEATED Around The Table Lxlllan Lxetlow Marrxla Slvadge Paulette Lutz Mrs Dodds Teacher We started school wxth an enrollment of Z4 pupzls 14 m the fourth grade, and I0 m the third grade In November joyce Strong moved to another dlstrlct In February Sandra Pfundheller also moved away We were sorry to lose both Sandra and joyce At Christmas txme we partmlpated 1n a grade operetta, under the dlrectlon Miss Hubbard We enjoyed several partxes, and entertamed our mothers at a Valentine party Thzs Page Courtesy Of MAID RITE PORTERFIELD SUPPLY as 0' Meet Your Friends At The Maid Rite Wlwlesale Auto Paris Greenfield, Iowa Greenfxeld, Iowa X o I ' - , f' .J . 7 w 6 ' i U w 5, . 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'S-s.- 14- J BACK ROW Craxg Rohner G F Homan Gaxl Freeman Cynthxa Sears Denms Dunkerson Gregory Stewart Mrs Davis lmmle Ford Loren Edsll Lyle Edsall Steven Bakermk MIDDLE ROW Narx Held Mxrlam Zxetlow Raymond Stewart jxmmy Zxmfnerlme Russell Sxvadge FRONT ROW Vxckx Raasch james Bolton jxmmle Rlce F1rst and Second Grades Fzrst and second grades spend the morning hours ln the same room wlth Mrs Clara Zxetlow as Instructor In the afternoon, Mrs Davxs who teaches kmdergarten 1n the morning takes over the first grade and teaches them lang uage number science etc Thls leaves Mrs Zxetlow wlth only the second grade m the afternoon Thxs procedure IS practzced because of thelr belng nearly forty puplls ln the combined grades too many for adequate mstructxon This Page Courtesy Of STOLL DRUG STORE DEW DROP IN Phone 32 Berxuta Starks Fontanelle, Iowa Fontanelle, Iowa i - 1' "' K K-V. ,A R, gr-mr rv 1' 4' 1 5 'X ' HRT! Primary 1 " ,,??' , , 1 , K . ' it W. If-I-,lf"f C A h'A.U l'1?x1.f"f. 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D Greenfield Greenhouse South Szde Oi Square SHIRLF Y GRUBER NORMA SIVADGE SUSAN EHRENFRIED MARCIA WARNER PHYI I IS VAN VLEI T lv1ARJORlE MADISON CONNIE P RE UND I OU ANN l YNCH CONNIE STEPHFNSON BEVERLY KNORR SHARON DARROW Indzwdual Records A unlor guard xx ho you could depend on for heads up b1llplay1ng Another JUHIOT gu1rd xx ho developed lnto 1 fme rebounder The next ye1r should be 1 good one for Norma Played as post guard for her flrst year She mas another year xx 1th the team Marcla pl ly ed the pnot spot She was 1lw1ys there pltchlng Was a unlor forward xxlth 1 gre 1t deal of deslrc to play She would st1ll be golng strong at the end of the game Was one ofthe Coolest players on the team She was a good shot xy 1th elther the rlght or left hand A Sophomore forxxard who has 1 lot of drlve S11 play ed very c1pably I ou Ann pl1yed a good defenslve hall game We ll be seelng lots of her the next two yea1s most of the season and gamed a great deal of e'-cperxence A Freshman wlth a lot of deslre Connle played the forward posltlon Beverly IS a Freshman who played the post guard posxtlon She 1 1 hard worker and always trxes to lmprove her basl tball Sharon was the team manager and morale bullder Her servlces were greatly apprecnated by both the coach and the glrls By ooach JUStlCC Th1s Page Courtesy Of LOID HEISER 8: KEITH TAYLOR Custom Corn Shelllng Phone 29 F 4 ARTHUR MII I E R J Phone 48 'whflll l' Y SFI WART ' mm f' 1 l I -I ' V 1 . ' f ' ' . C l S ' ' " ' 2 f , " Q , .' 'K f in ,4 1 L 4 ,A J I F '. 4 TL Y 1... f L " T Q ' f ' 1, .fl - MARIAENE KRIENS A Sophomore who played the post forward position L- ' ' . ' :.-,z'ff' EEEQIEPJR f -J 'ie..::'f:Q Tr,f,fir.g - " -V " 5ff.f,f.e 321, H ' 1 'ff-R SENIOR Marlene Freund was the only Senlor on thxs year s basketball played Her reboundmg as a guard was exceptlonal and she gamed control of the ball for our team many tlmes Th1s Page Courtesy Of WINTERS IMP CO DON CARLOS AND DON CARLOS J I Case New Holland Ferguson Attorneys At Law Phone 153 Greenfleld Greenfxeld Iowa team. She was on the starting lineup in every game in which she 1 ' . I Football 3' be 1344 ., for 'CJ FRONT ROW BACK ROW OPPONENTS Adair Walnut Malvern Exlra Anxta Bagley Orient Menlo Casey r Bochart Ronnie Wxggms jackie Dunkerson Gary Edwards Dale Marckmann Davxd Nichols Marvin Miller jxm Campbell Gary Queck Gary Ehrenfrled Lyle Purdy Howard justice Coach Billy Max Pzckrell Manager Terry Pxckrell Olxver Sorenson Fritz Langguth Bob Bailey Ralph Gruber Leo Armstrong Larry Raper Ted Ehrenfrled Bob Lane Gary Hanssen Randall Frxtz jim Purdy Manager THEY LETTEZRMEN Oliver Sorenson jack Dunkerson Ted Ehrxenfried Larry Raper jr Bochart Lyle Purdy Bob Lane Gary Queck 'Leo Armstrong 1kRa1ph Gruber '5'FTltZ Langguth "'Bob Bailey "'Randa11 Fritz Gary Hanssen Gary Edwards Terry Pickrell 'tSemors Wins Losses 4 Ties This Page Courtesy Of FONTANELLE IMPLEMENT COMPANY Fontanelle And Greenfield International Harvester Westinghouse Electrical Appliances Maytag Washers Gas Ranges' rid wb. Jay., ' A V+ "F 6 A FRITZ I ANGGUTH END Semor 'lv RANDALL FRITZ TACKLE ...n -g, rs...- 422: Y- '51 'Nui v' fp YF- Min -1s"Q" Jan.. bf E781 Ig wtf, 'Dlnq,.-rf ww'- 'az-M 5,4-fv-..grg,,u ini? 2513 ,qi wx gwim' .Y .3"f"" 1"?,.,. LEO ARMSTRONG HALFBACK W. xykv-as -J r tw Q I - . I 'W' 3 1 ,. + ,4,. v-N'y4' ff .A Qu. N45 'F 4 D - b A , -x-- -, Ah -. A hy, V ' gp- 1, ,-. "3 . ' . '1 - fn.. uk ' -. f . I L ., " .xr - ' V- .--. f' In g ,V ,. . . , ,ogy A. , ,J f -- . A 'V-14'-A74 A , - - . -ps Q K. ,.:...,,.z-31 0- ..-wk W ' W AR-4 1.55 M -Y- , .Lf A . - M. 4. A .N - -v, ,LV . mf- L f' "- Aw f-, - , 1 .755 .- , -A - X-A ' ..:.,' -,l N . . 3 V-I '. V img- - A. l H - ' "1 JR- ,q. T1 - " , fr. .2-4 .A '-.444 , ,-rx - 3 ww- 4 I ' -, -,.,. wa. , 5 .'-5 ff .. -. -2- v., -. fAQ."' s' 1 W ff . u 4... - --f -.- , rn 7, - -,qi ' , K. . - V '- '- . ,- .. ' .., .' . ' , ...- -' -- L. 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'33 RALPH GRUBER FULLBACK Basketball OPPONENT Alumnx Brldg ewater Rlchland Casey Mas sena Elxlra Lewls Wlota Rlchland Cum be rland Ada-nr Brldgewater Menlo Orlent H T T T H T H H H H T H T H FRONT ROW Terry Pxckrell r Bochart Randall Frlt jack Dunkerson Ga y Ehrenfrxed jlmmy Purdy STANDING Coachjustxce Ted Ehrenfrxed Leo Armstrong Larry Raper ack Mxtchell Bobby Lane Frit Langguth Manager Bxlly Pu-krell W THEY TOURNAMENTS Boys County at Fontanelle Fontanelle 44 Greenfleld 47 flrst round Fontanelle 41 Brldgewater 55 consolation This Page Courtesy Of: SCYBERTS DAIRY PRODUCTS A FRIEND Ivan Rohner Distributor Fontanelle Iowa Senior Band B lumor Band Thls Page Courtesy Of DR WILEY EDDY S D X SERVICE Phone 31 W Fxrestone Tires And Accessomes Fontanelle Iowa Fontanelle Iowa Marchzng Band "ww -ix if f-in-an-uma 7331i This Page Courtesy Of FARMERS CO OP Felco Feeds Fontanelle, Iowa Phone 14 . 2 1 .. ' I ,, V ,, Z 1 I I . X "L1.'!f4Q.g r I I " , :- V V - l i , H - I In .ni A 2 A v 1 f or 2 ' I ' I V F f . 1 f ' , ' f z i ,V -vw- , V s Y I ,L A 5 gf Z 1 X V K , h 4 . 3 fxx 3 A ' L' . Q - ' ' 4 5 Q ' v. , X H" ' s I f- f . .- .1 5 P 145 ' :A V ,V V 'fab' . . N V HL, , . , . - ., '-:ll , . 5, 1. s I .A 'il A 5 X 'Nl Y . ,V fel! ' P V i - , , - w,,,,-2' ' ff, 1 I V V , ' .. m . 7- . ', V Xa I 4 I g . N- ' K I P I . . .-QQ, ' , gf" 3 .w.?,,5,E:.l9 ,P V .X 'yy iigmtgizn ' - A f ow: T 4 f ,jf ' -V , A ElTE'.'.ffr.'hi V in .A , L P, ' ev... 1 'N' "' , ,, P ' "' '...- ....-..1..-I-gf--I . -uf - I ' X --AL' , I ll 'Q SENIOR Four years zn Fontanelle I-hgh School passed wlthout a majorette but a new muslc mstructor ventured mto this task agam ln 1953 and 1954 After much hard work and many trlps up and down the dusty road and football fleld our majorette Tootie Lydon and her twlrlers jean Gerdes were ready for the test Homecommg night arr1ved and the band led by Tootle performed durlng the halftime All the1r hard work was mdeed rewardmg because of the flne showmg they made The whole school was very proud of them and F H S was well represented Thls Page Courtesy Oi A FRIEND ADAIR COUNTY FREE PRESS Greenfmeld Iowa Rosemary Knorr, joyce Ehrenfried, Beverly Knorr, Betty Goetz, and Band News At the beginning of the year, the band was composed of twenty members. The Pep Band played at the home basketball and football games. The Marching Band marched for the homecoming parade and football game. During the year, the F. H. S. Band played for open house and for the Adair County Legion meeting. The band officers are as follows: President .... . . .Vinita Shannon Vice-President. . ..... Lyle Lutz Secretary .... ...... B etty Lane Treasurer . . . . Suzanne Eshelman Librarians . . . . . .... Ruby Moats Carol Conley Edith Warner Reporter ....... . . . . .Sandra Pickrell I. . On December Znd and 3rd a band festival was held in Creston., High schools participated, forming a massed band of numerous pieces. Fontanelle was rep- resented by Vinita Shannon, janet Dunkerson, Lyle Lutz, Sandra Pickrell, and Suzanne Fshelman The guest conductor was Ray de Vilbiss, Director of Bands of the University of South Dakota The band feels it has accomplished a great deal since last year The band will lose two members by graduation in the Class of 54 Glee Club FIRST ROW Gruber V Shannon S Brown N Sivadge C Hall L A Lynch Darrow C Stephenson S Pickrell C Conley F jessen P Gourley SECOND ROW Pickrell M Warner S Eshelman M Marnm L Arturburn Kimes M Gruber Miss Hubbard Instructor THIRD ROW Freund L Huff T Lydon M Freund j Hohertz S Ehrenfried j Lambi j McCartney M Gaskill j Dunkerson B Goetz V Shilling Freeman S Queck N Gerdes . . - i 5 5, , , , . , . ' , . . . . . S, , , , . ' . . , . . . . : C. ' , . , . , . ' , . . C. McDowal1, L. Darling, B. Knorr, G. Knorr, M. Kriens, L. Queck, : C. . . , . . . , . . . ' . M. . '. . , . ' , . , . . . ' ' . S. . . - - - Girls' Sextet GIRLS SEXTET LEFT TO RIGHT Connle Stephenson Carol Conley Suzanne Eshelman Accompanrst Sharon Brown Lou Ann Lynch Shlrley Gruber jamce McCartney Library Commritee EDYTH NICHOLS UNA KIMES HEIFNER JEWELRY ROYAL CLAY TON Gifts That Last Smclalr Servmce Greenfleld Iowa Fontanelle Iowa li zxi 7? ' G Z4 21.5 31' A V Y l ! 9 Y-Teen FIRST ROW Gruber V Shannon S Bro n N Slvadge C Hall S Darro Stephenson S Plckrell C Conley P Gourley Mxss Hubbard SECOND ROW Plckrell M Madison M Warner S Eshelman C lV'cDo all Darling B Knorr G Knorr M K1-lens L Queck U Kxmes Gerdes THIRD ROW j Dunkerson M Gaskxll E Warner P Van Vleet N Madlson Gruber Y Teen At the beglnmng of the 1953 1954 school year the Y Teens elected th followmg ofhcers Dreszdent Sh1rley Gruber V1ce Presxdent Sharon Darrow Treasurer Phyllzs Van Vleet Secretary Sharon Brown and Reporter Betty Goetz The1r sponsor was M155 Betty Hubbard On October 3 twenty one of thirty three Y Teen members attended the Fall Conference at Sldney The Y Teens were very proud of thelr large representa t1on at th1s Southwest D1str1ct Conference Durlng the year they served at three basketball games and took charge the Thanksglvuxg and Chrlstmas assembly programs Th1s Page Courtesy Of ADAIR COUNTY FARM SERVICE CO Phone Gas O11 Grease Pamt Fert1l1zer Phone Fontanelle l68M Work For Your Farm Bureau It Works For You Fontanelle 56 Rrchard L Cullen Telephone 365 Greenheld Iowa Robert L Cullen I S. , . , . 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Student Council FIRST ROW T Pickrell V Shannon L Lutz E Warner M Warner Mr Manson SECOND ROW V Gruber S Gruber S Darrow D Marckmann L Raper G Edwards D Shxllmg V Shtllmg Student Counczl The student council has been an organlzatlon m our school for four years now It is composed of the Presldents and V1ce Presldents of all the varlous organxza Lyle Lutz was chosen Student Council Presldent this year by the student body The council then elected Edtth Warner as Vlce Presxdent Marcxa Warner Secretary Vmlta Shannon Treasurer and Mr Rlchard C Nanson as their Advlsor Thls year we d1scussed the followmg lssues who should serve at the football and basketball games the homecoming celebratlon and other subjects that pertain to school aCtlVltlES Thls Page Courtesy Of STATE SAVINGS BANK General Bankmg And Insurance- Fontanelle Iowa tions in high school, such as: the F-Club, the Y-Teens, the band, and the classes. Q ll v If 1 FRONT ROW L Arterburn j McCartney E Warner S Gruber N Mad1son M Mad1son S Eshelman C Stephenson N Sxvadge L Lynch C Freund G Knorr C McDowa1l MIDDLE ROW j Dunkerson O Sorenson M Warner P Van Vleet M Krxens b Ehrenfrxed M Freund B Knorr 5 Darrow L Purdy G Edwards BACK ROW Mr ustxce R Frxtz L Lutz B Queck jr Bochart L Raper B Lane j Mitchell L Armstrong F Langguth T Ehrenfrxed T Pxckrell B Plckrell F Club The F Club stands for Letter Club or a club of the students that participate ln sports or are managers or cheerleaders The offxcers for thls year are Gary Edwards, Presldent Marcia Warner, V1ce Preszdent, Leo Armstrong, Secretary Ralph Gruber, Treasurer, and Ohver Sorenson, Reporter Our advxsor IS Coach Howard justxce Z . . . , . , - , - I . 1 . - , . , . , - n - 1 - . . . . - , . , . , . , . ' 1 - . - , . , . , . . . . J . . . - , . . . , . . . . - . - , - I z 1 - 1 n . . . . . . . . , . - . . . I . s Iunior - Senior Banquet .R ns JA1 The junior Senlor Banquet took place at 6 30 May 15 1953 at the h1gh school gymnasxum The theme of the banquet was Anchors Awelgh The gymnaszum xtself was not decorated but the stage was adorned wlth a large sh1p of blue and whlte to represent our school colors w1th large sllver masts The bleachers at the east were decorated wlth green and sllver stream ers the class colors Good luck Semors was wrltten down the center and the class motto Today We Launch Where Shall We Anchor was written on the bottom row of the bleachers Several slgns were placed on the gymnaslum walls to tell the dlrectlons to the dlfferent sections of the shlp A welcome slgn was pamted on the north bangboard and bon voyage was pamted on the south bang board The students and faculty members sat at decorated tables of green and s11ver the center plece of each table was a boy and glrl sailor and the nut cups were sallors standmg beslde thelr boats The members of the faculty had a large shlp on thelr table also l , 3 fjiiaiu L Lv--v' l ? A tasty meal, prepared by the mothers of the junior Class and served by the Deck Hands was advertised on the menu in this way: Sea Goddess Balt Sea Gull Supreme Whlte Caps Breakers Pearls In A Sea Shell Sea B1scu1t Whale O11 Llfe Buoy Life Saver Afloat Sea Foam Mermald Dellght Treasure Chest Water Of The Nurky Deep Recorded musxc was played durmg the meal Those who served were Larry Baudler jlm Campbell Donald Shannon Lyle Lutz jack Dunkerson Terry Plckrell Bzlly Fmck Ollver Sorenson Gary Hannsen Patty Purdy Suzanne Eshelman Shirley Gruber Connle Hall Marcxa Warner Lavon Queck Phyllxs Van Vleet Norma Slvadge and Sharon Darrow The girls wore dark skirts and whxte blouses w1th sllver caps The boys wore dark trousers white shlrts and sallor caps Bllly P1ckrel1 and Charles Strong dressed ln navy sults greeted the guests at the door The program began with a duet Bells Of The Sea sung bylanlce McCartney and jan Hanson and accompanled by Lavon Queck Thxs was followed by a welcome speech by the shlp pllot Edith McDowall Warner Thanks from the Senior Class was glven by flrst mate Pat Root Following thls the nav1gator Anthony Blankers gave a speech Ebb Tzde The Beachcombers Sextet sarg Red Salls ln The Sunset lmmedlately after Bob Balley presented h1s speech Rough Waters After the song by the sextet jan Hanson the captain gave a farewell speech , Y NI' sl A1 Thls Page Courtesy Of CHARLIE CUTFORTH GLENN EDWARDS LANGAN PAPER COMPANY BOWIE Gas Des Momes, Iowa Fontanelle Iowa Phone 46 Cheerleaders 'Kun' l954 CHEERLEADERS LEFT TO RIGHT: Lorrene Arterburn, Georgia Knorr, Suzanne Eshleman, Carole McDowa11, janice McCartney. GEORGIA KNORR .IANICE M CARTNEY Th1s Page Courtesy Of DONNELLAN GARAGE PATTERSON BRIARDALE Massey Harris And Hudson Phone Z8 Sales And Services Phone 311 Greenfield Fontanelle Iowa s ' E f N10 R S foo asks 'ie Appetxzers 1 -' .?" foo E5 ofa Actlo 'O nl tween 1 and Z H 1I1b1I1y AQ T Weddin These pictures were taken bef d ore, urmg, and after the jumor Class Pla Y presented Tuesday, November Z4-, 1953 ln th C DSW gy!'1'll'1ElSl!1!'1'l , Refreshments were served at Prlnclpal R. C. Manson's home after the performance. Thls Page Courtesy Of JENSEN PRODUCE HARVEY C. PAULL Phone 137 Greenfzeld, Iowa Bulck john Deere Pont1ac Greenfleld, Iowa Homecommg I0 G 1953 Homecoming Queen And Her Attendants And Escorts LEFT TO RIGHT Sharon Bro n Freshman Attendant Lou Ann Lynch Sophomore Attend ant Phyllis Van Vleet junlor Attendant janxce McCartney Senxor Attendant Leo Armstrong Senior Escort Mardell Krlens Queen Senior Escorts Frxtz Langguth Randall Frxtz Ralph Gruber Bob Bailey For the fxrst tnme smce the revlval of football four years ago F H S celebrated the homecommg with a blg parade xn the afternoon led by the school band and followed by the floats bullt by each of the high school classes The entire student body marched m the parade and met ln the town square for a brlef pep rally After the homecomlng game the queen was crowned at a beautiful ceremony ln the gymnaslum The homecommg dance with muslc the Troubadors followed the coronatxon Busmessmen gave prxzes for the best float wzth the Sophomore Class getting flrst The tradltlonal pep rally wlth bonfire was not held because of extremely dry weather making fire too much of a hazard A large crowd attended both the game and the dance. Homecommg was planned by the Student Counc1l. This Page Courtesy Of' RED 8: WHITE FOOD STORE GREENFIELD CO OP CREAMERY Phone 42 Cold Storage Locker Fontanelle, Iowa Greenfield, Iowa I -t Q Q 1- he , in z ' if ll it 1 e at P fa K fu' I t Y A x 3 I , lint' Q' Q' I x g l in is 1 lg' ' NA " X . X lx u ' E ' fi r A F' or - - A P lg , 4-,V 1' -v f A If IV? ' 1: ' lx l E . : w. : 1 , I - . . . . -- , . . . . , . . . . . . u g, 1 1 . a o I 1 ' n - , ' 5-is. 5-+ PN 1. 4 fi 'SSRI 1' Vi:'i-539 X, if 'QTWT1' if ,nj L The Night Before Homecoming Th1s Page Courtesy Of CROOKS CLOTHING CO. SCHILDBERG CHEVROLET Clothiers For Dad And Lad For Over 60 Years Phone 299 Greenfxeld, Iowa Greenfleld, Iowa if -M4 M -we -f -wg 5 ,A ,Qi Y A . X ' M . In ,,, ,g A" J 1 Q 9' X. 12 Htl'-i ,, fe f ., ' ' - .. + -- ff 'Yf.4'?rEff ff' l.-, -' - ,- ati? ' Hg 'iff I 5, ' J' ati 1 1 v ,il Va. 1 ffl. 'X' 1- .Air l h .. xii: . - "4 , , - X -,bw , Nd' l A . 1 bl v v- 4 , . Q." "' e c: ' , ' Q, C ,, N . Y ' W A A Y 1 L, '- '-1. , , rg -g o P. Progress 'V ,Bling 13 1953 1915 Progress The first school in Fontanelle was a two room building which offered some high school subjects In 1881 a new 'Q frame building was erected at a cost of S10 4-00 and was considered the finest in the county at that time The first class graduated june 27 1884 On October 7 1915 the corner stone was laid for a new brick build mg This building had a gymnasium manual training room and home eco nomics department The first floor housed the grades and the high school was on the second floor This build mg served the community until 1953 when a new S100 000 addition was Cu npleted This consists of an audi torium, gymnasium and vocational shop. From the time of the first graduation exercises, including last year 771 pupils have received their diplomas from our educational institution. P881 This Page Courtesy Of: A FRIEND T0 DEDIC TE NEW SCHOOL AIIDITIO F ontanelle Ceremony At School May 18 The Fontanelle Board of Fkiuca tion will formally dedicate the new additron to the school bu drug in a specral ceremony to be held on Monday evening May 18 at 8 00 pm in the new gymnasium audr torium Guest speaker for the oc casron wrll be Dr Wlllram E Ker stetter presrdent of Srmpson C01 lege at lndranola Iowa Honored at the occasron wrll he present rnd former members of the lfoarl of Educatron Musrc by the hrgh chool band and zrrls chorus under the drrectron of Don Haw den wrll be featured Rev Paul C Lutz pastor Fontanelle Emmanuel Lu flreren Church wrll grve the rn 'xocatron Herman qtrom Board 'Nlemlrer wrll lead rn the dedrcatron dent body presrdent wrll sneak brrefly and a representatrve f Smrth Voorhees Jensen archr tects and engineers wrll present the burldrng to presrdent ot' the board Donald Tredeman who wrll in turn accept rt After the program there wrll be a general Open House at whrch trme the publrc can rnspect the school plant vrsrt wrth teachers rn varrous class rooms see exhrblts bf the Industrial Arts Classes and partake of refreshments served by the Homemaking Department The puhlrc rs cordially rnvrted to attend The new school addrtron rncludes a gymnasrumaudrtorrum with 49 x 86 floor wrth 45 x 78 actual playrng area an 18 x 34 stage bleachers to seat approxrmately 700 people a farm shop 22 x 72 wrth 10 x 12 storage room a 12 x 30 lobby wrth adJornrng rest rooms The new addrtlon rs stearrr heated b an addrtronal borler located rn T e old borler room makrng work rdf the engineer easrer by havrng 'll heatrng equrpment centrally lo 1 rted All electrrcal power has rts rrtrance rn the borler room wrth he mam electrrcal controls I 'cated there General contractor was Allred Engrneering Co of Atlantrc Iowa lectricrrl Contractor was Moore 'lectrrc Co of Des Mornes and eatrng and plumbrng c ntracts ere let to Guthrie Center lumb mg and Heatrng C Guthrie Center Iowa Bonds totaling S85 000 were voted on August 6 1951 and bids were accepted on January 24 1952 and contracts let shortly there alter Although onlv partially com pirated at that tlme, the gymnasium rwdasrtfrst used for the Adarr County' Ifvivs' Tournament, January 22 24. This Page Courtesy Of: Dedrcate Addrtron Independent School Drstrrct of Fontanelle, Iowa Dedrcatron of New School Addrtron Monday, May 18 1953, at 8 OO p m DLDIC -XTIOV PROGRAM Musrc Band Number Don W Hayden, Drrector Irwocatron Rev Paul C Lutz Pastor of Emmanuel Lutheran Church Musrc Grrls Chorus lntroductron of Guests Supt Anthony Blankers Addres Arms of Educatron Dr Wrllram E Kerstetter, Pr rd nt of S rnp on College Indranola, Iowa Pre cr t ron of Bu ldrng Archrtect M E Jensen of Smrth Voorhees Kr Jensen' Ardhrtects Sz Engrneers Accer ante of Burlorng Donald I' Tredemarr, Pres Gent of Board of Educatron lterr ark Wanda Edwards, btrrdent Body Pres dent I edr 'rtror C remong Herman Strom, M mber Bo rd of Educatron Il c Amerrca by Band Audrence rPa"trcrpatrng Op rr house Audrence rs rnvrted to wrsrt rn varrous classrooms Refre rrrents serx ed rn homemakrng Room Industrral Arts exhrbrts rn new shop L er Peep e QLI' People Leader People Le der Pccp e Leader People r erde P ople Mrs R O Barley R 0 Barley Don B dford Deo Brown Albert Frrtz Charles Geesaman Dr VI A Gou ley DEDICATION SERVICE bor' the development or healthy mrnds and bodres We dedrcat thrs burldrng To tfre cqurrrrrq of greater s rlls rn rndustrral arts, rn mu rc rn atlsletrcs and rn dramatrcs and speech We dedrcate thrs burldrng To the hrgt-est rdeals of sportsmanslup We dedrcate tl rs 'drng To a reverance for the hrghest moral and sprrrtual values of the Chrrstran relrgron found ln our homes and rn our churches We dedrcate thls burldrng For the development of better understandrng tolerance, 1 end rp among people of thrs communrty and people througlsout the world, ard between home and school We dedrcate thrs burldrng lf r the t rr rn the prrrrtrples and meals cf good ctz nshrp wrth unerrrn loyal y to the Unrted States of Arrrerrca We deurcate thrs burlarng LIVING FOlxVl:R BOARD MEMBERS Oscar Gruber Vfrs Clarence Martrn Fred Mrller II F Mrller W B Strnman John W Strnman Albert Van Vleet PRESENT BOARD MEMBERS Donald Trcdeman Presrdent Helmarr Strom Deane A Darrow G F Faurote, Secretary Clenn Edwards R H Bower Treasurer Ramon Jacobson Anthony Blanl-918, Superrntendent li FARMERS' LUNIBER COMPANY Where Your Dollar I-las More Cents" Fontanelle, Iowa , 1 Q e O I W' Y r r o o Y ' 4 'r ' ' o o o Q X , r, , ' , 2 . . 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In summer 'the beautiful park or town square is a resting place for tourists and the scene of many pleasant family reunions Transportatzon A remarkable growth ln transportation for Fontanelle Schools has come about m recent years. In 1948 49 we transported a dazly average of only Z1 14 pup1ls whlle ln 1952 53 we transported a daxly average of 92 44 The cost per pupll ln 1948 49 was S91 43 whlle ln 1952 53 lt was only S73 Z1 In 1948 49 we had only one school bus whxle today we have three Last 'September we replaced our 1948 Dodge wlth a new 36 passenger bus with the best Carpenter body and International Chasls Drlvers for thls year are Loren Zxmmerhne Herschell Wallace and Harley Wallace Q n 5 N 15 SYXXWX1 rw , ,,,- X ji s-if al 'EM I I . . . 1 I Aa - 0 y - . I . . . -. . , . . . . . . K ,, ' Qs, - -A .fy ' Vw V rw, 1 ., r 5:19. 1, .9 c ., . 4: X. 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M i , 'J' Dal. 2 I 'Whose 0 Q 4 Testin' This Page Courtesy Of: Feed And Farm Supply Store Mn" SHE Swan? C. C. WALLACE AND SONS "We Deliver" Fontanelle, Iowa Phone 64 'sq 13, X 'gy ,I Stuadic-s Sophies 3'?EF1i'-PR!Qg' " w ' I '3.'15f'.-' K q , XY m . I Initiati . 'S J C 315. Y .4 ,s ii Wha' Iloppcned '? J Before- And After Whc-re's ja ,, 1 .- . ' ff ',, 0 1 I Jia' f- I' I ...I Q xx' ... X W STL ..j x Af-- 'xo v f' ""r lm. ti 1 5 4 'w on C, ghtl Th Act The Thinker! I any P1 1 I I M I ' L Shfitgun weddin She' Was I-'ive And He Was Ten This Page Courtesy Of: EAST REPAIR SHOP SKELLY GAS STATION Custom Corn Shelling Chuck Edwards, Proprietor Fontanelle, Iowa Fontanelle, Iowa JL .11 .y-.-'ru JLJI f.. Log my. vw dF11 k JF -I th .-Q U1 rv F' o Infjv' if ,VTR N t 5 eth art --K DgThtCrayG1 9 1: f-1 1 Vxe V' Bd bl! 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