When the Standing Rock Reservation was opened for settlement, many progressive farmers and ranchers settled Corson county, north of Isabel. Among them was John Huseboe. He built a general merchandise store, which was known as Huseboe. His family lived above the store. This is now the home of the Mains brothers. Huseboe school was located a short distance north of the store. Some of the early teachers were: Pearl Blackstone, Blanche Njos, Minda Peterson, and Edna Mader. This school became a community center, where township elections and meetings and religious services were held.