|Fountain's Square Dance Club met in the Community Hall in the 1950s|
|Fountain Herald 1940|
Fountain Valley Grange
|The Jones Family|
According to Mrs. Neugebauer, the Grange started the Labor Day Pancake Breakfast, and joined the local Chamber of Commerce when it obtained the caboose for the Mayor's Park. The Grange celebrated its 90th anniversary in 2005.
Woodmen of the World
Fraternal insurance association Head Camp has $8,000,000 on interest. Fountain Camp No. 231: Arthur Wolf, Consul Commander; T. B. Pyles, Clerk. An article in the Fountain Herald Aug 29, 1903 notes that Camp 231 was organized October 17, 1896 with 25 charter members. The first officers were WB Lock, consul, Alvin Ames, banker, JD allen, AS Mills, ES Houghton, EH Kirk, DL Rhodes, Lee Christian, JA Clinger, CC Child, HL Williams, and NS Corbin. Since its organization, three deaths have occurred: JA Reeves, Ed Houghton and I Eichel, with $6000 in death benefits paid out. The camp now has 50 members, with present officers: HT Williams, Wm Riddoch, Gus King, JSA Martin, Alfred Williams, WB Lock, HG Haskins, Lee Christian, OS Neff, Jno. S. Mushat, NS Corbin, Fred Crabb and GS Thompson.
The 1903 Herald edition mentions that this organization formed six years ago as an insurance order for the protection of their dependents. With 46 members, their banker held a neat sum of $70. Officers were: Annie, QUick, Jessie Williams, Edna Crabb, Mayme Corbin, Lucy Eichel, Etta Rhinehart, Nora Hall, Faith Hughes, Margeret Cell, Armanda Kinder, John Muscat, Ella Reed and Rose Torbit.
Neighbors of Woodcraft