Fontanelle High School - Wolf Trails Yearbook (Fontanelle, IA)
- Class of 1956
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In apprec1at1on of your patxent help humor and w1t together wxth your
camera and trxpod we the class of 1956 dedxcate thxs yearbook to you Gene
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School Boa rd
The school board represents a mechamsm wh1ch the people have pro
vlded for thelr own enhghtenment, and through wh1ch they have kept the con
trol of educatlon from fallmg under the dom1nat1on of a part1cu1ar group or
bureaucracy The school board 15 halfway between the school system and
the people Because of thls balance It 1s one of the most valuable Amemcan
safeguards agalnst d1ctator1a1 control
THE AMERICAN SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENCY
Amencan Assoc1at1on of School
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State Un1vers1ty Of Iowa B S and M A
Sponsor of Student Councll
I wrsh to express my apprec1at1on to all these
people who help cement our school 1nto one un1t
the students for thelr co operat1veness the faculty
for the1r efforts 1n makxng the school a better
school other school personnel wrthout whose
help lt would be rmpossrble for our school to
functlon the board of educatlon for g1v1ng freely
the1r t1me as a publ1c servrce and to the patrons
for keeplng rn mlnd our educatlonal needs
restate an old slogan Better Schools Make Better
At trmes the student, and we all are students
at one tmme or another, may feel he 1s treated
unjustly but I flrmly belleve that each teacher s
uppermost thought IS How can I be of help to the
student'?' Thrs tenet must rema1n to be one of our
ma1n educatlonal phllosophres
JAMES QPHILQ LEWISTON
Army A1r Force
State Unlverslty Of Iowa
Slmpson College B A
Drake Unlverslty, M S
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Soc1o1ogy Geography 'U'
Sponsor of Sen1or Class
Never before 1n the h1story of manlund has the
lnterest 1n pubhc school educatron been so profound
Even those people who have no chxldren m school are
concerned wlth the poss1b111ty that thetr taxes may
be 1ncreased to enable a new school dlstnct to be
formed, or new constructlon to be undertaken
It IS not for us to condemn the se advances 1n the
opportumtles for our chlldren and our ne1ghbors'
chmldren, but rather to be cogmzant of what has been
done, what 1s berng done, and what has to be done Ln
order to 1nsure these chlldren the be st ln educatlonal
opportumty What we do to educate the youth now
w1ll be reflected 1n the leaders of tomorrow
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Graduxte Work at Iowa State Teachers Collepe
P ng hsh Lxter xture
Coach, Baseball Boys' Basketball
Asslst mt Football
Jr H1311 oys Bas tball
Physrc al Educutmn
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Coach Grrls' Basketball I- ootha
Jr lhyh Glflb Basketball
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SUHPSOH College B A Iowa State Teachers College
Dfake Un1VCl'51tY Fifth and Sixth Grade
Seventh and Eighth Grades
BETTY A. HUBBARD
Simpson College B, M. E.
Sponsor of Cheerleaders
JANET K WOLLENHAUPT
Eagle Grove Jr College
State University of Iowa B S
University of Melbourne
Typing I and Il
Sponsor of Freshman Class
Sponsor of the Annual
Secretary to Mr. Manson
VINICE DAUGHERTY CLARA ZIETLOW
Iowa State Teachers College Drake University
Slmlnon C011989 Creston Jr. College
Second and Third Grades pi,-st Grade
GENEVLEVE A DODDS
Iowa State Teachers College
Th1rd and Fourth Grades
Iowa State Teachers College
Creston Jr College
T e ot unch Program
e ot unch Program In Progress
BILL AND WALT
OSCAR GRUBER GREENFIELD ELEVATOR
Geerhngs Feeds Farmer's Co operat1ve Company
Orgamc Fert111zer Gram Coal Llvestock
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LORFN BAUDLE R
Junlor Class Play
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Hello folks you re just in time to witness the greatest football game ever to be
played The class of 56 wearing pink and silver suits are gomg to struggle with edu
cation for four years the ultimate goal to be graduation The start1ng lineup for t e
56 ers goes like this Lorene Baudler Ted Ehrenfried Larry Gross Keith Jensen
Larry Lewis Gene Martin Jack Mitchell Larry Raper Davld Nichols James Jim
Purdy Lyle Purdy Frank Rudolf Clifton Ruth Lorrene Arterburn Carolyn Bolton
Carol Conley Sharon Darrow Mardell Davis Connie Freund Patty Gourley Marlene
Gruber Janet Hohertz LaVonne Huff Marlene Kreins Mary Jane Lamb1 Lou Ann
Lynch Margaret Marnm Carole McDowall Connie Pickrell Sandra Pickrell Elaine
Reichardt Vinita Shannon Marjorle Westphal and Marjorie Madison Coaches for the
56 ers are Donald Hayden Darlene Shade Douglas Dunlap Ralph Wollenhaupt and
Bruce N Eshelman The opposition looking strong and experienced consists of
general sc1ence algebra home economics manual training and English Referees
are Anthony Blankers and Gene Hertz
Well here it 1S just 8 50 o clock on August Z9 1952 almost time for the kick
off of this all important game The players are on the field now and the referee gives
the signal for the game to begin The opposition will be kicking to the 56 ers to start
the game There s the kick a beautlful kick sailing down the fleld for a perfect catch
by the 56 ers After advancing 5 yards the carrier is tackled and the team goes into
a huddle What s this? It looks like each side is gaining another player Here comes
Junior Bochart for the 56 ers and math 1S Joining the ranks of the opposition The
players are again on the line of scrimmage ready to play A one yard gain and here
It s Elaine Re1chardt She just received an offer to play for the Garner team There
goes the ball looks hke a fumble but is recovered by the 56 ers Yes folks there
goes Marjorie Westphal to play for the Bridgewater team Third down and about seven
to go There s the play looks like a quarterback sneak yes there he goes for a 5
yard gain First quarter is over already and it s time to change goals Other changes
are also being made for both sides The 56 ers lost Carolyn Bolton and Mardell Davis
and gained Patty Stuva Only one coach Eshelman is left and it looks like they are
placed by Ernest Emmons Mildred Waymire Howard Just1ce and Betty Hubbard The
OPPOSIICIOD s line up now has English geometry history sociology geography home
economics and manual training Referees for the second quarter will be Anthony Blankers
and Richard Manson Looks like we re ready to begin again Last down and two yards
to go There s the signal lt s a pass to a running player and he s going for a four yard
gain Now the players are determined to reach their goal My how time flies there is
the gun for the half and it looks like there are gomg to be changes on both sides Here
comes Carolyn Bolton agam and there goes Marjorie Madison Larry Gross and Lyle
Purdy for the 56 ers The opposition has typing history English literature crafts
vocational agriculture biology speech and trigonometry Mr Frizzell will help Mr
Manson referee this quarter of the game Mr Stelpflug Mr Cooper and Mr Dodds are
joining the coaching staff Well ready to go agam and there is the first play It looks
like the 56 ers are advancing steadily Time out is called as Frank Rudolph leaves the
56 ers and Miss Johnson replaces Mr Stelpflug on the coaching staff There is the
whistle and the game is gomg again It looks lmke the 56 ers have the advantage This
game is moving fast and there IB the gun ending the third quarter
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Phone 66 Greenfield, Iowa G1-eenfgeld, Iowa 19
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The 56 ers are gomg to play wh1le the 0ppOS1tlOH IS ga1n1ng government econom1cs
bookkeepulg shorthand typmg ll and algebra ll wh11e It 1S keep1ng Enghsh lxtcrature
crafts vocat1onal agr1cu1ture bxology and trlgonometry Mr and Mrs B111 Cowan are
re11ev1ng Mrs Waymue and Mr Cooper of thexr coach1ng and Mr Ph11 Lew1ston IS go1ng
to help Mr Manson keep the game on a fa1r level The teams are 1n a huddle now gettlng
ready for the f1rst play of the quarter There 1S the whlstle and the flght IS on once agam
The 56 ers have the ball once agam and are callmg tlme out as Vlmta Shannon leaves the
fxeld Play IS resumed and the game IS gomg smoothly and lt looks l1ke yes folks we
fmally have a touchdown by the 56 ers It IS now May 17 1956 and only Z8 of the 36
orxgmal players are left on the f1e1d eagerly awaltmg to play the game w1th the world
Thelr expenences have taught them that A LIVE WIRE NEVER GETS STEPPED ON
Dav1d always makes us roar
Wxth the jokes he has zn store
Carolyn Bolton known as Splder
For a fr1end there s none beslde her
Theodore Ehrenfrxed Ted for short
Plays 1n each and every sport
Emstem s son We now ar-claxm
Kelth wlll be a man of fame
Football hero baseball star
If! Raper s gomg far
You know you wxll never lose
lf Mary for a fr1end you choose
Trammg rules all year round
Never make our J'un1or frown
Best guard on our football team
Loren s always full of steam
Jack IS llked by everyone
Cause he s always havlng fun
Though he's not so very tall
hm IS always fr1end to all
Clrfton, Clmiton, he's our man
He w11l help you mf he can.
Llght blue eyes and jet black hazr
Larry Lewms plays It fa1r,
DON CARLOS 8: DON CARLOS DONNELLAN GARAGE
Attorneys At Law Massey Harris Sales and Service
Greenfxeld, Iowa Phone 311 Greenfield, Iowa
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Go1ng fast and golng far
Gene Mart1n IS no loafer
No wonder we call hlrn Gopher
Though not on the basketball team
argaret Marn1n IS a scream
Marlene Gruber our Sen1or bram
Anythmg but an "A" g1VCS her a pam
A sm1l1ng Janet you may see
Her thoughts may be 1n Casey
LaVonne IS happy as can be
She's engaged don t you see?
Sharon Darrow mlddle name Glee
e name f1ts her to a "T"
Lorrene Arterburn our favor1te cheerleader
Youlll go far to flnd anyone neater
Sandra Plckrell hves 1n thls f1ne town
Carole McDowalll1ves on a farm
She has lots and lots of charm
Conn1e P1CkT611 has set her a1m
As secretary to a man of fame
u Ann Lynch that glrl s no fool
She loves a horse a pony and even a mule
Marlene Kr1ens fnends call her Crunch
You d ought to see her run to lunch
Patty Gourley s1tt1ng there
As 1f she never had a care
arol Conley s qulte a g1r1
She keeps Greenheld Ln a whxrl
Last but not least for th1s IS the end
We brmg you a gxrl named Connle Freund
DR I B BAKER D O ERSHAM IMPLEMENT COMPANY
Physlcman and Surgeon Phone 361
Phone 139 Greenfleld Iowa
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BAIER AND BAIER
Phone 3816 Fontanelle
or 242 Greenfxeld
"Qua11ty Work Always"
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CROOKS CLOTHING STORE THE FONTANELLE OBSERVER
"C1oth1ers For Dad and Lad Estabhshed 1n 1863
For Over eo Years" W. E. Llttler, Pubhsher
Phone 362 Greenfleld, Iowa
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STARK GARAGE AND SERVICE RED 81 WHITE FOOD STORE
Z4 Fontanelle, Iowa D1a1 3421 Fontanelle, Iowa
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FARMERS' LUMBER COMPANY EDDY S D X SERVICE
'Where Your Dollar Has More Cents F1restone Tlres and Accessorles
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Jack Mrtche ll
Mary Jane Lambl
Lou Ann Lynch
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I W111 my mterest to a certam out of town boy to Merry Darrow
I W111 the flllzngs tn my teeth to the school faculty for use 111 rnak
mg paper we1ghts
I W111 my ab1l1ty to go steady to Conn1e Stephenson and my ab1l1ty
to stop at stop srgns to Gary Queck
brother to Ellen Freund
hereafter sl1ps to Mr Dodds
black wh1skers to R1chard Moats
long hatr to Sharlene Freeman
he1ght to Mark Queck
qu1et d1spos1t1on to Gary Queck
buxld to LeRoy Hall
qulet voice to Marlene Mlller
abzllty to take semor glrls to ball games to Ruzhard
Iwrll my seat by the teacher s desk to Karen Ruth
I wxll my ab1l1ty to wr1te letters LH school t1me and get caught to
anyone hav1ng a boy fnend ln Casey
Spxder I w1ll my ab1l1ty to catch fl1es 1n my web to anyone who
thmks It would be fun
I W111 my ab111ty to get the car to Rosemary Frttz
I W111 my ab1l1ty to crack Jokes to anyone who can stand to stay
all nlght and thmk of them
I W111 my abzllty to laugh at anythmg and everythmg to Sharon
I W111 my football shoes to Marlm Herr
ab1l1ty to care for horses to Una K1mes
ablllty to keep tramlng rules to Paul Relchardt
curly ha1r to Roland Jensen
ab111ty to be m Greenf1eld anyt1me of the day to Marlm
ab1l1ty to drxve carefully at all t1mes to Mr Just1ce
ab1l1ty to sweep the shop to Butch Darlmg
ab1l1ty to type fast to Gary Ehrenfned
th1ck black haxr to Conme Stephenson
hay fever to Karen Frank
PATTERSON HARDWARE FULLERTON LUMBER COMPANY
Phone 160 Phone 52
Greenfxeld Iowa Greenfield Iowa
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Graduation Class of I956
Marlene Gruber Carole McDowall Jxm Purdy
Margaret Marmn Mary Jane Lambx Carol Conley Echtor Sharon Darrow Loren
Baudler Chfton Ruth
Lou Ann Lynch Conme Freund Carolyn Bolton Assxstant Edltor Conme Plckrell
LaVonne Huff Marlene Krems Janet Hohertz Larry Lewxs Ronme Wxggxns
Lorrene Arterburn Mrs Wollenhaupt Advlsor Sandra Plckrell Patty Gourley
Jumor Bochart Ted Ehrenfned Larry Raper Jack Mxtchell
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FONTANELLE FARM SUPPLY SCHWANEBECK PLUMBING AND HEATING
Massey Harris Machinery "Ditching Serxiice Our Specialty'
General Electric Appliances ' Dial 3691 Fontanelle, Iowa
Phone 2151 Fontanelle, Iowa
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Flowers For Every Occasion
Connie Stephenson, Sharlene Freeman.
Nancy Gerdes, Gary Wallace .
Vernqn Kading, Jerry Zimnierline-.
Dale Marckmann, Edythe Nichols.
Shirley Queck, President, Gary Ehrenfried, Vice President Delano Chafa Betty
Gary Queck, Secretary, Bob Lane, Treasurer, Larry Darling Reporter Una
Kimes, Beverly Knorr, Duane Sivadge.
Sharon Griffith, Bill Ridout, Janet Dunkerson, Sharon Brown Clel Baudler
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Roland J1 nsen Joyce Ruth Dxck Qolz June Jensen Dick btuva
Judy Ehrenfrxed Marlo Fexck Karen
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Janice Herr, Richard Anderson.
Marvin Goetz Colleen Stephenson David
Zxetluw Presulent Joe I-reund Vxce
Merry Darrow Richard Moats Beth
Purdy Secretaryg Marc Queck Treasurer
Jewelry and Stationery
Walt Smith, Representative
WAFEFIELD IMPLEMENT CO
Senior Government Class 1
Sophomore English Class 1 Hbb d
DR. M. A. GOURLEY THE TOGGERY
CHIROPRACTOR Glen O. Rohner
D1a1 2481 Fontanelle, Iowa Phone 3381
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nstructor Miss u ar
Standxng are the Home Econonucs II Slttlng are the Home Econorrucb I
Instructor Mrs Cowan
Instructor, Mr. Justific-
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Seventh and Eighth Grades
Pickrell, N. Rimes, IB. Rohm-r, J. Gerdrs, R. Knorr, ll. Sivadgv, P. Jac-0hS"n.
Ruth, S. Mangles, L. Baudler, J. Ehrz-nfricd, E. Hall, K. Bakerink,
THIRD ROW: B. Held, J. Dickerson, E. Lutz, D, Armstrong, J. Purdy, D. Nanssen, G. Frank,
R. Hall, G. Bakcrink, B. Edwards. .
FOURTH ROW: G. Queck, D. Freeman, R. Johnson, W. Hair, D. Frank, R. Hodge, M. Miller,
Fifth and Sixth Grades
FIRST ROW: S. Darrow, C. Reynolds, J. Warner, A. 'J' L Zietlow M J Homan J Baudler
SECOND ROW: M. Sivadge, D. Perry, 1... F B Raasch J lxnorr P Johnson
THIRD ROW: D. Hall, J. Peterson, J. Martin, Freernan J Zlmmerhne D Purcy
L. Bolton, J. Knorr, J. Freeman,
KEITH TAYLOR LLOYD HEISER
Custom Corn Shelling General Trucking
Phone 2923 Phone 3771
Third and Fourth Grades
FIRST ROW: V. Chafa, C. Means, J. Hall, S. Frank, V. Raasch, K. Reichardt, G. Peterson.
SECOND ROW: R. Martin, G. Jacobsen, S. Darling, N. Schroder, R. Eddy, R. Raasch, J. Bolton
D. Hanssen, V. Sorenson fabsentj.
THIRD ROW: J. Freeman, M. Eblen, D. L. Homan, R. Dickerson, R. Stewart, Calvin Martin,
J. Rice, R. Sivadge, D. Faber.
Second and Third Grades
FIRST ROW: V. Pickrell, C. Marckmann, M. Wallace, K. Kadinpg, C. Zietlow, G. Freeman,
SECOND ROW: M. Heckman, S. Sivadge, J. Ehrenfried, L. Lewiston, M. Zietlow, H. Lloyd,
D. Dunkerson, L.. Edsell, J. Purdy.
THIRD ROW: E. VanVleet, R. Jensen, M. Held, D. Dickerson, G. E. Homan, S. Bakerink,
G. Stewart, C. Rohner, L. Edsell, J. Zimmerline.
ADAIR COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION
"Our Greatest Asset-Your Good Wi11"
FIRST ROW: D.
SECOND ROW: V.
THIRD ROW: C.
Ruth, L. Leander, V. Pickrell, L. Strom.
Wheeler, S. Freeman, B. VanVleL-1, R. Lilly, B. Faber, C. Homan, P. Shxlllng.
Sivaflge, D. Perry, L. Rice, Dicl.s'r5un, E. Raasch, rl. Bolton, T. Cullen,
J. Edwards, J. Carns, J. Ander--vzx, D. Purdy, L. Leander, R. Herr, D. Knorr,
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FIRST ROW: S. Purdy, R. Rice, D. Rohner, R. Gillham, R. Huff.
SECOND ROW: C. Jensen, C. Schwanebeck, L. Weed, S. Winter, B. Marckmann.
THIRD ROW: D. Jameson, G. Rohner, D. Marckma-mn, V. Zietlow, B. Herr, M. Hcckman.
C. C. WALLACE AND SONS
Feed and Farm Supply Store
Dial 3921 Fontanella, Iowa
School opens Beginning of a long hard grind to success We hope
Football game at Adair alas a t1e 6 6
Hurray Fontanelle won 28 O Walnut
Fontanelle Football squad traveled to Malvern and trounced them 63 0
We had a fire drill to protect Fontanelle s youth
We had a orny assembly act Gene Martin and Larry Lewis assisted
Fontanelle s mightly eleven humbled Exira 38 7 NO SCHOOL MONDAY' ' "
Royal Seniors get out of school to sell ads
Fontanelle managed to ruin Anita s Homecoming 13 0
Fontanelle s speedy eleven beat Orient s cocky team 52 O at Fontanelle s
Homecoming V1n1ta Shannon was crowned queen
Menlo played host to Fontanelle Fontanelle won 57 7
Fontanelle and once beaten Casey battled for the Nishna Valley Conference
Crown Fontanelle came out on top by a score of 32 6
No school for us just for the teachers
Football team goes to Ames
FFA trip to Des Moines
Alas Girls tied Menlo 16 16 at Jamboree
Guthrxe Center won 60 57 We will count this game off to pre season
FFA Party had a rousing good time
Fontanelle cagers opened season with victory
Fontanelle sextet dropped their game
Fontanelle dropped game The girls came through vxctorious for Fontanelle
Basketball at Adair Hurray both teams won
Thanksgiving give thanks No School
Two Victories at Richland
Basketball at Casey Girls won Boys lost
Junior Class Play
Girls won at Massena 48 30 Boys lost
Two unhappy teams came home from Exira
Basketball at Lewis We Won
Basketball at Wiota Two Defeats
Basketball at Cumberland Girls won 53 30
Basketball at Adair Both teams won
STATE SAVINGS BANK GRUBER SKELLY SERVICE
'General Banking and Insurance Ralph O, Gruber, Proprietor
Fmtanelle, Iowa Dial 2521 Fontanelle, Iowa
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D Klmes J Purdy Mr Manson M Lambl S Brown J Hohertz Queck N Kxngery
J Bochart T Arterburn M 'vhller C Stephenson P Martxn
C McDowa1l L Arterburn K Ruth S P1ckre1l P Martln C Stephenson M Zxctlow B Knorr
Knens K Shannon N Gerdes S Darrow B McDowa11 Mr Jusucc G Martln M Mlller
L. Raper, V. Kadxng, G. Ehren.fr1e'i, M. Queck, G. Queck, J. Muchell, 'I. Ehrcnfx-led, D. N1chols,
Mr. Dodds. P. Reinhardt, D. Marckmann, L. Baudler, J. Bochart, B. Lane, D. Sivadgc, D. Kimes,
L. Lewis, L. Darling, J. Purdy.
GLF-DE AUTO PARKS DOCTOR L. A. KRIENS
"Your NAPA Jobber Is -A Good Man To Know" Phone 3971
Phone 340 Greenfield, Iowa Fontanelle, Iowa
G ee Club
B Lane J Bochart S Queck, P Plckrell J Purdy B McDowa1l C Bolton J Dunkerson
M Lambx, K Shannon M M111cr U K1mes C Conley N Gerdcs C Stephenson J Hohertz
Mxss Hubbard A Baudler M Marmn S Freeman L Arterburn K Ruth S P1ckre11 S Brown
M Krxes C Stephenson S Darrow R Fr1tz B Goetz C Armstrong K Frank, B Knorr
Girl Sextet Girls Trio
C Stephenson, R Frxtz C Conley S Darrow C Stgphengon, C Conlgy C Bolton
C Stephenson C Bolton
Buyers of Cream, Eggs Popltry, and H1des
' We Sell Swrft Chickens"
D1a1 3181 Fontanelle, Iowa
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ADAIR COUNTY FARM SERVICE COMPANY LLOYDS' CLOTHING STORE
Gas, Oil, Grease, Pa1nt, Fertlhzers "Your Appearance Is Our Bus1ness'
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Phone 365 Green.f1e1d, Iowa Greenfleld, Iowa
J Ehrenfrxed B Rohnez' J Gerdes K Ruth IN Gerdes S Pxckrell R Knorr B Lane J
P Jacobson J Marckmann, C Bolton M155 Hubbard P Zletlow G Wallace K Bakermk
D Perry J Gerdes J Ehrenfrxed R Knorr B Rohner L Ruth .I Martxn E Lutz P Zmetlow
K Bakerxnk J Marckmann, P Jacobson
FARMERS CO OP COMPANY
Felco Feeds, Coal and Gram
"Our Prohts Are Your D1v1dends"
D1a.1 3371 Fontanelle, Iowa
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Dunkerson, L. Ruth, R. Moats, E. Lutz., D. Perry, B. Lane, P. Martin, E. Gross, J. Ehrenfried,
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Krles P Plckrell R Fr1t K Shannon Mrs Cowa C Conley M Zletlow B McDowall
Stephenson B Knorr K Frank M Xfhller U Kxmes B Goetz C Armstrong N Gerdes
Brown E Gross J Purdy S Pxckrell M Eblen J Jensen B Purdy J Ehrenfned
Stephenson E Nxchols S Freeman J Dunkerson S Queck E Freund B Lane K Ldwards
Pre sxdent Karen Shannon
V1ce Pres1dent Rosemary Fntz
Secretary Peggy Prckrell
Treasurer Mardell Kr1es
Reporter Karen Ruth
Adv1sor Mrs Cowan
A total of 72 pounds of "Peggy Ann" candy were sold to ra1se money for thzs year's
events It was consldered to be a very worth wh11e project
A Chnstmas Dance was held on December 10 w1th about 35 couples pre sent Mr and
Mrs Max McDowell also attended th1s event Cheese canapes and sherbet punch were
served to carry out the Chrlstmas theme
A delegatlon of 12 and two sponsors attended the Dlstrmct Conference at Red Oak ln
October Many new acqua1ntances and 1deas were brought back
Mzss Norma Berguson, Program D1rector, attended our club twxce th1S year to help
1nterest and acquamt our club w1th state wlde act1v1t1es
FONTANELLE IMPLEMENT COMPANY
Internatlonal Harvester Maytag Washers
Westmghouse Electrlcal Apphances Gas Ranges
Fontanelle and Greenf1e1d, Iowa
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IST ROW B111W Cowan Advlsor J1mMarqu1s Vlce Presldent Dav1dN1Ch01s Reporter Kexth
Jensen Treasurer Larry Raper Sentmel Ted Ehrenfned Pres1dent Gene Hoherzz
Secretary Jack Mltchell
ZND ROW Marvmn Mxller, C1elBaud1er Jumor Bochart, Loren Baudler Dale Marckmann, Chfton
Ruth Gene Martln, Thera1dA1-terburn Marhn Herr Leroy Hall
3RD ROW Jxm Purdy, Marhn K1nney Ronme Wlggms Larry Lew1s Gary Stuva Wendell R1dout
B111 Rxdout George Marnm Darold Dunkerson Ne11 Kmgery
The Future Farmers of Amer1ca 1s Nat1ona1 orgamzauon for farm boys enrolled
'Ln Vocat1ona1 Agmculture IH the secondary schools The F F A provldes leadershlp
tralnxng for boys through the use of parhalnentary procedure, publ1c speaklng, and
cooperat1ve aCt1V1t1SS Learnmg by Do1ng" 1s pract1ced 1n the classroom, 1n the farm
shop, and on the home farm through the care and management of superv1sed farmlng
SCI-IILDBERG CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
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The Fontanelle Homecommg was started w1th a b1g parade 1n the afternoon led by the
school marchlng band and followed by the floats bullt by each class In addltlon the F F A
boys contmbuted a goat wh1ch was led by Jerry Z1mmer11ne Pmned on the goat was
We re Crolng To Get Or1ent's Goat '
After defeatzng Or1ent 1n the homecomlng game our queen was crowned at a beaut1fu1
lmpresslve ceremony The queen led the grand march to begln the dance
Flrst prlze was rewarded to the Senlor class for thelr float by the bus1nessmen The
Jumor class followed w1th second Sophomore w1th thlrd and the Freshman w1th fourth
pr1ze The mght before the b1g ce1ebrat1on a pep rally was held out at the football f1e1d
After the celebratwn a free ch111 supper was sponsored by the Student Counc11 at the
CLAYTON SINC LAIR SERVICE SMITH STANDARD SERVICE
Royal Clayton, Propnetor Mel Snuth, Propnetor
D1al 2341 Fontanelle Tnwn Fontanelle, Iowa
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First Place - - Senior Class
Second Place---Junior Class
This page sponsored by WALSW ORTH BROTHERS, Offset Lithographers
Third Place---Sophomore Class Fourth Place---Freshman Class
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The Jumor Play 'Shy Guy' was a three act comedy Thls was a story of Fred Hastlng
Bob Lane who was spendlng more money than h1s parents beheved he was earmng when
h1s frlend Larry Madlson Gary Ehrenfrled attempted to get h1s churn out of hot water
and when an eccentrlc lady of elghty declded to play football any attempt at try1ng to
preserve the samty of other casual observers became futlle
Fred's mother Cora Shlrley Queck IS plann1ng a blrthday party for Fred s glrl
Nancy QSharon Brown but when two strangers beaut1fully femlrune appear and 1n person
of Glona Patterson Nancy Gerdes and Lo1s COTW1DcEdYth6 N1cho1s the plot th1ckened
mdeed Fred IS doomed h1s Job as model for Glamour Gul Cosmetlcs lS about to be re
vealed But leave everythlng to Larry Larry lnslsts Gllbert Hastlngs Marvln Mlller ,
Fred's father IS furlous when he learns of Fred's modellng Job Nancy 1sn't sure how
she feels about lt Juhe Tucker's Conn1e Stephenson ch1ef concern 1s belng able to keep
the puppy Larry has bought her on the 1n tallment plan And that's when Mellnda Whlpple
Beverly Knorr , that wlry bundle of energy e1ghty years strong appea s
The b1rthday party? It turns out to be somethmg shghtly less than an open house
affalr, w1th Mr Danbury Vernon Kadlng look1ng for local telev1s1on talent B111 Sterhng
Duane Slvadge look1ng for h1s glrl and Mellnda Wh1pple loolung for enough space ln whlch
to make a touchdown 1n football It's colossal 1t's fabulous 1t's the most h1lar1ous evemng
of entertaxnment you can glve your audxence
The Jumor Play was sponsored by Mrs Cowan
THE B AND B CAFE DR C L NASSEN DENTIST
Spec1a11ze m Home cooked Meals Phone 263
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The Semor Class Play "A Boy Named 'Beulah' " was presented Fr1day March 23 t
8 00 p m
The plot revolves around Corky Corcoran Davld Nlcholsj and h1s heart throb Polly
McBr1de Lou Ann Lynch, Polly and her brothers Hank Larry Raper and Ted Ted
Ehrenfrxedj own Happyhaven Health Farm ln the Ozarks where the actlon takes place Hank
and Ted are romantlcally mclmed toward Ava Carolyn Boltonj and Nanelle Marlene Gruber
DuShane, but have a great deal of trouble w1nn1ng over the glrls' stepmother, Mrs DeForest
DuShane Sharon Darrowj The plot thlckens when Chllford Goldstone, fKe1th Jensenl, ln
search of a 40 carat d1amond, and h1s nephew, Grant Jr Bochartj who hkes Polly as
much as Corky does, appear on the scene Other characters mcludmg Corky's Enghsh
Aunt Beulah Marlene Kre1ns and her nephew Bert1e Chfton Ruthj Beulah Zubysko
Margaret Marmn , the lady wrestler, who 1s chaslng Scat Katz .hm Purdyl Nora Carol
Conley, the Ir1sh cook, Marmalade Conn1e Pmkrelll the negro mald, Tongo Loren Baudler
the leopard man and the Ghost QV, all contrxbuted to malung the play a huge success
The play was dlrected by Mr Lew1.ston
TWYLAH'S BEAUTY SALON SCHILDBERG CHEVROLET
D1al 3471 Fontanelle, Iowa Phone 299 Greenfield Iowa
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The annual Junlor Senlor Banquet was held 1n the school s gymnaslum on May 11 1956
wlth the theme Staxrway To The Stars carr1ed out ln the decoratlons program and menu
The guests entered the softly lxghted gym through the Golden Gates The south end
of the gym held a wlshmg well and a sllver stalrway to the stars At the north end was a
The program for the banquet was presented by Shlrley Queck who acted as toastm1stress
Mr Manson Talk to the Stars
Mr Lewxston Prayer
Eddle Flsher Dungarxe Doll
Patt1 Page Stalrway to the Stars
Dean Martm and Jerry Lewms Comedy Act
Lmbe race Theme Song
Johnny Ray Cry
Edythe Nichols Steps Of The Stars
The banquet was an all n1ght affaxr whlch mcluded a dance featurmg Bob Bruce s Orches
tra Two movles Nxagara and The Glenn Mlller Story were shown
In the mornmg breakfast was served by the members of the Jun1or Class
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Basketball at Menlo Boys won Gxrls lost
Rlchland overpowered Fontanelle Curls Boys Won
Fontanelle glrls team "the team of unlversal favor' trounced Rlchland s
mxghty sextet to capture Adau' County Crown N1ce gozng g1rls
Happy Al Bell entertalned us today
Fontanelle Boys were runner up 1n County Tournament
Boys won Z games wxth Cumberland
Adalr County Muslcal Festxval
NO SCHOOL' '
The Senlor Hams put on thelr play
State Muslc Contest
State FFA CODV8Ht1OD
8th Grade Play
SCHOOL IS OUT
SAM THOMPSON INSURANCE AGENCY WEEDS GROCERY
Insurance Of All Kmds Frults Meats Vegetables
Greenheld, Iowa Phone 238 Phone 3821 Fontanelle, Ia.
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SECOND ROW Coach!-I J st ce M M11 J Mtchell L Rap r G Q ck G Ehrenfrled
T Ehrenf ed V Kad g G Bochart G Mart CoachM Dodds
THIRD ROW P Re chardt R Hodge J F L N K gery M Goetz D Goz
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STROM'S GROCERY Dial 2641
Fontanelle, Iowa Fontanelle. IOWH
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LORI-.IN BAU DLILR DAVE NICHOLS
An all conference guard in football. Loren had a great love Played a Center in football. Dave made up for his lack of
for body Contact. He was outstanding on defense and a good weight. in hustle and desire. He was a good team man and
hlocke r. an outstanding blocker.
Played a halfback 1n football Th1s was hxs hrst year for
football he developed very fast as the season progressed
Jack also played the outhelcl mn baseball
GREENFIELD SALE BARN DR J w PURTZER
Sale Every Wednesday Phone 64
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JUNIOR BOCHART LARRY RAI-'ICR
An all Conference tackle in football. Played third base on An all conference halflmack in football, handled the back-
the diamond. Junior had a lot of hustle and a dc-sire to stop duties in lmsclmll. Larry was .1 hard worker and .1
play. good lezuler.
An all Conference end in football was the floor General in
basketball and played the infield in baseball Ted was a
hard worker and a great Competitor
HEINEY'S RADIO 8: TV EWINGS FUNERAL HOME
Phgne 29111 Ambulance Service
Green.f1e1d, Iowa Fontanelle, Iowa
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LARRY LEWIS GENE MARTIIN
Played a guard in football Th s L rry s second ye Played a guard in footb ll Gene as rough and reliable
Larry played very capable and as a good te on both offense and defe e
Played second base on the diamond. Jim was noted for his
DON CARLOS INSURANCE AGENCY UNITED TELEPHONE COMPANY OF IOWA
South Side Of The Square Greenfield, Fontanelle, Adair,
Phone 80 Greenfield, IOWa and Bridgewater, Iowa
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D1a1 3341 Fontanelle Iowa Varlety Goods
69 Fontanelle, Iowa
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An outstandlny puard and a four
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Lou Ann was very versatmle as she
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Our team rnanager wxll be mlbsed by the Leim and Coach
Her Jnany and helpful serv ces to the team were greatly
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FONTANELLE CAFE M SULGROVE CO
Meals Short Orders Sandw1.ches Hardware and John Deere Implements
Famous Dalry Sweet Phones 2491 and 2492
Jack and Ida, Managers Bndgewater, Iowa
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The Fontanelle Baseball team won 3 and lost 7 games Thelr record in the
conference was 2 wms and 2 losses
for the team The re we re only four freshmen out and no sophomores
A11 the players possessed the same amount of abzhty approxxmately
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Phone 327 Greenfxeld, Iowa
The prospects are dim unless more students become interested and come out
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POFFENBERGER FURNITURE COMPANY GREENFIELD CO OPERATIVE CREAMERY
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Greenf1e1d, Iowa Dependable, Courteous Route Servlce
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