There are several different religious sects represented in Wall Lake, but there is no regularly organized society. Steps are being taken to organize a society soon. A building for public worship is in contemplation.

Wall Lake Public School Wall Lake is an independent school district and has been so for several years. The school building is a neat, frame structure, erected in the summer of 1879. It is 22×36 feet and cost $750. This building is insufficient to accommodate the large attendance of pupils, and the Masonic Lodge room is used for one department. Emma M. Flanders and Allie Border are the teachers.

Lake Lodge, No. 390, A.F. & A.M Dispensation granted June 4th, 1878. Charter granted June 4th, 1879. The charter members were C. N. Levey, H. B. Allen, D. M. Bingman, L. J. Gifford, F. W. Weed, A.D. Herrig, RE. Allen, C. M. Smith, W. D. Forbes, and Wm. Throssel The Lodge’s first officers were C. N. Levey, W. M.; H. B. Allen, S.W.; D. M. Bingman, J. W.; A.D. Herrig, Secretary, and B. E. Allen, Treasurer. The present officers of the Lodge are: C. N. Levey, W.M.; W. L. Ehlers, S.W.; H. B. Allen, J.W.; P. L. Edson, Secretary; and T. E. Wilcox, Treasurer. This Lodge has a membership of thirty-two and is in a flourishing condition. Meetings are held every Wednesday evening on or before each full moon.

Fire Department The Wall Lake Hook and Ladder Company was organized September 25th, 1878.  It has erected a large engine house and purchased uniforms at the cost of $700.  Wall Lake is well protected from the fire fiend as any other town in Western Iowa.

Sac County Iowa, History of Western Iowa, 1882