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13 Jul 1967

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13 Jul 1967

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Delphi Journal Citizen (Newspaper) - July 13, 1967, Delphi, Indiana A Tage four Jug journal citizen Delphi Indiana thursday. Jolt 13, 967 Over 150 persons most of whom attended classes at Tyr Mort school were on hand monday evening april 24th, at the school for a nostalgic Little ceremony marking the end or the educational productivity of Purmont elementary school of Lay township Carroll county which is in the Ross Ville a Clay consolidation. The a Clay township farm by _ by those who have had the privilege of attending the various institutions of learning. The following was written by the fourth Grade of the Purmont school on april 14, 1967 a a i like school at Purmont because we have such a big playground and a Hill to play on. Clay township schools then and now 1837-1967, teachers honoured Reau sponsored the final ceremonies and would like to keep the school As a Community Center for meetings and elections. The closing of the school leaves the township without a single school. In addition to former pupils several former teachers were on hand for the closing ceremony. Viva a we we a they included mrs. Helen Huston. Because it has Burkett of Rochester mrs. Grace j two rooms in it. My Mother Ulery of West Lafayette mrs. Went t0 school Here too a i Guy Zider who currently teaches i t0 watch to. I like per at Rossville mrs. Helen Crapo i Mont because we do not watch to Wolf mrs. Carrie Zinn and mrs. Ajl tile to my we watched Adeline Gruninger Wal Jar of Burrows. The current teachers a mrs. Margaret Burkle and mrs. Mary Finley were there. Robert c. Ugly superintendent of the Rossville consolidation said per month a Days were numbered but when the Tornado destroyed Owen township school on Palm sunday in 1965 it resulted in a Speed up of plans to construct tie new school at portions of the ceremony were conducted by Kenneth Frey farm Bureau president. Mrs. Emmett Frey read a history of schools of Flay township from 1837 to 1967. Four classes a week. My dad went to school at Purmont. That was when the Fence was Down yesterday my Ball went on the roof and got caught in the Drain. It Wasny to the first time closed August 15, 1965. One got caught up there like the food the Cooks Cook. I wish All the grades were there. I like to have Little classes. I like to eat lunch Here because we get seconds. The boys and girls play tag on the Hill. When it is raining we get to watch cartoons. I like to play kick Ball. We have three recesses. Another reason i like Purmont school is my daddy went Here and had the same teacher i do. There a a Library Robert Jones of Rossville a in each room and a to in the retired Rural mail Carrier and former resident of the Purmont Community gave a Reading called a i Homecoming a. Harriett Metzger who has provided piano music for Community functions for Many years played two selections. The committee for the event was or. And mrs. Elwood Burkle third and fourth Grade. Our lunch room is so Square. In be never seen another like it. Our Cooks Are Good ones too. I like going to Purmont. There will never be another be like the following Are members of the fourth Grade Don Altic Colleen Brunneman Doug Bro vont Jane Brubaker Rose Anna Man. Put sch?�1 at Griffith ethic Hufford and an Mary Finley Mont was built until the year Drew Musselman. I i960 a Owasco u and nisus a i eight grades 1913 Valeria hurl it de la 1960 to 1967 Margartt Lur attended the school As Well As All Snyder Ethel Hufford Andrew Kle and Mary Finley a get grades at the Owasco Musselman George Loy Bernice y Griffith John Beard and Emma Smith. 1914 a Valeria Hurley Della Bernice Griffith John Beard school. Owasco school closed since the pupils of Clay township were attending High school at Rossville and also pupils from i George Loy Ethel Hufford Owen township in Clinton coun Glenn Keller and Walter Beard to the three townships Ross and j 1915 a Valeria Hurley Della Owen in Clinton county and Clay Snyder. Bernice Griffith Hazel township in Carroll county con i Horn George Loy Ethel huf sol dated into one unit in the Ford John Beard and Ralph year 1957. In the year 1960, Hufford. Owasco school was closed Ieav-1 1916 a Valeria Hurley Della ing grades one through four at Snyder Bernice Griffith f. J. Purmont a grades five and six j Hemming j. M. Sheets Ethel court news at the Owen elementary school and grades seven and eight at the Rossville school. Tornado demolishes school on april 11, 1965, a Tornado demolished the Owen elementary school in Clinton county leaving Hufford Gertrude Honan and Maud Ritchey. 1917 a Della Snyder Valeria Hurley f. J. Hemming Ethel Hufford Maud Ritchey and j. M. Sheets. 1918 a j. M. Sheets Valeria in an article a some glimpses into the history of Purmont since 1828,�?� the following paragraph written by mrs. John Mary a. Wagoner stated that in about 1828, there moved to this part of Indiana from Drake Prebble and Montgomery counties in Ohio several families a Mong whom were the Uleys Shiveley met Gers Replogle Studebaker and Wagoner. Many of these families bought land from the government and settled around k a Little settlement known As a wild cat Corners the name being derived from a Stream running near by. The Wagoner families and perhaps others came from a Little Village the children in grades one j Hurley p. B. Hemming Ethel through six without a school. School for that remaining year was held in Owasco school and various churches in Rossville. After the Tornado the school Board and the school superintendent decided not to rebuild the Owen school at its present location but build a new unit at a Central location for the children of the three townships. Due Hufford and Maud Ritchey. 1919 a p. B. Hemming Val letters of guardianship Walter h. Barnhart was appointed guardian of the person and estate of Michael a. Barnhart and posted Bond of $8,000 in cat i Oll circuit court. Obear and Over Riser Are attorneys for the petitioners. Ridenour will the Sill of Charies e. Ridenour was probated in Carroll circuit court through the Law firm of Briggs and Briggs Betty Ellen Rodkey a daughter was appointed administer matrix with will annexed and posted Bond in the sum of $10,000. According to the will dated oct. 30, 1947, All personal property was left to the widow Ethel e. Ridenour a life estate Erla Hurley j. M. Sheets and a i16 real property also was Maud Ritchey. I Given to mrs. Ridenour. The 1920 a Russell Kuhns Edith j Vahie of the real property was Dilling Frank Hemming and no determined. Personal proper Mary Ritchey. J to was estimated at $8.000. 1921 a Dolar Ritchey Helen Cripe Frank Hemming and Rosa Beard. 1922 Vaughan will the will of Charles Davis Vaughan was probated in Carroni to this plan Purmont school was Myrtle Bougher Frank hem called Purmont in Ohio so a wild accordance with the affirm Purmont school at on/1 a. A cml a Xijiu Ucci re use it lipid. Or a ii mrs. Orville Shultheis Crumpacker Connie a Terr run a a i 5s�. Rte in Quot risks a Quot sex or. Harriet me Quot a Quot a a 5��?o by a her mrs. Elwood Burkle prepared a ? Mac Hal curl history of Tho schools and town Scott Peterson ban Rayburn ship which was printed by the Rossville High school for the meeting. The history follows schools then and now schools and their locations from 1837 until 1967 include the following which Are numbered the same As the location on the Nicki Reppert Mary Treece and Mike Wise. The following paragraphs were written by some of the former students at Purmont a i am now 70 years old and school Days Are far in the past. My parents moved from Illinois to Indiana i9 1905. I went to school in the old school House 1-11 r is i1/. Tuu 1 1 vein stir j until the new one was built. I fax f n 2 Board done to know the exact Date but f rms Rule cd a a n Turkey j was m 7th or til Gra be p f a a. A by Mont a in William Clauser was the teacher i Mun a Charles i in the 8th Grade when i Grade n no farm. N enter a Wase it ated. Since there was no High offs Fco a 1 a Hran Lynn h it school available for me i went u o aim. Antioch a Edna Back next year and reviewed. We had a wonderful teacher Warren Dieter farm 8. Pond Grove Guy Clauser farm 9. King log de Fossnock farm and 10. First school in township a a Russell Livingston farm. Trustees of Clay township Clay township was organized by the Board of county commissioners in 1831. The first election was held at the Home of Jonathan Gilliam on the second monday of april 1831. George Julian was elected Justice of the face for a term of four years. From the organization of the township until 1858, the civil and school affairs were managed by a Board of Throe trustees. The records of the old boards Are lost and there is now no source of information from which their names May be obtained. With the new Constitution of 1851-52, however More system became necessary in the conduct of the township business. The first election of trustee was held on the first monday in april 1853. The schools formed a Large proportion of the township office business and the records of the trustees Are filled chiefly with minutes of their transactions with regard to this institution of the Public. A list of some of Tho trustees Are As follows James Gray 1861 Izekial Squier 1863 John Fry 1865 James Winters 1869 William Hendricks 1871 Isaac Ken nerd 1873 John Beard 1877 to 1882. A again the records arts incomplete Henry j. Buts 1899 John a Shultheis 1901 William Campbell 1905 Frank Smeltzer 1924 de Sommers 1932 Walter Wagoner 1949 John Carney 1909 William Wiggs 1915 Earl Paul 1919 Lotie Haslet 194? Kitwood Burkle 1955 Lloyd Templin 1964. Besides the managing of the schools the trustee was responsible at one time for the care of and taking care of the i it Oor memories of ones a school Mulligan. He was very strict and left at mid term. Ruth Crider finished the term. I quit As that was very Boring after she came. Signed Nina Ulery Thompson. A during my school Days at Purmont a done to recall the exact years a we girls played House often. The baby was always Clarence Shultheis. He was so Small and Fine featured. Signed Anonymous. A i done to remember much that they taught me but i do remember the whipping i got for throwing paper wads. Up to that time i thought paper wads was part of the school curriculum. Signed Russell Reppert some interesting information concerning the schools of Carroll county in the year 1919-1920 is As follows Carroll county had 51 schoolhouses nine High schools 1�?4 room Grade school 3 -3 room Grade schools 6�?2 room Grade schools 32�?1 room Grade schools 144 teachers 100 Grade teachers and 44 High school teachers and supervisors while 129 were experienced teachers and 15 inexperienced. The motto was a old Carroll to the today in 1967, there Are in Carroll county eight Grade school and two High schools. The average salary for the teachers in the year 1899 was $2,25 per Day. Two thirds of the salary was paid during the term and the balance at the close of the term. By his year 1907 a 10c extra per Day was added to the teachers salary for janitor services county superintendents of schools were 1889 a w. A. Barnes 1891 a Charles Mesku 1897 a i. F. Mydra 1913 a p. B. Hemming 1917 t. W. Armstrong 1921 a a. G. Hox 1929�? c. A. Bailey 1934 Jgeorge Mccain 1937 a Harry Hatton 1946 Yunker Hatton 1959 Harry Asseli Gallant. Day Quot will a Iway be cherished j the superintendent s Fuce cat Corners was renamed per Mont. We Are told that there is a Purmont Germany and As the Early ancestors were formerly from Germany it is thought the original name might have come from there. A. With the organization of religious groups and establishing a place of worship the building of schools was the next Foremost thought in the pioneers minds. Without enough children in any Given neighbourhood instructions were carried on at Home. As soon As the number of children of proper school age justified the employment of a special teacher a private room suitable for school was erected. First school in the Winter of 1836-37 the first school in the township was built on the farm of Alexander Murphy. The school House was a Little Cabin of round logs standing in the midst of a dense Forest. This school was located on the Russell Livingston farm East of Purmont across from the Jack Burkhalter House. A or. Troxel was the first teacher of this school. The next school House in the township was erected probably two years later on the farm of John Beard and very near the site of the District school now known As the Beard school. This Cabin was erected expressly for the purpose by the settlers whose children attended the school and Silas Jack was employed As teacher. During the next year a Cabin was erected for the same purpose on the farm of Daniel Wagner and at a later Date another on the farm of Jacob Cochran near the site of the present Cochran school House. Subsequently a Cabin was erected on the John Hendricks farm and still later there was a similar building placed at the present site of the Egypt school House in the Western part of the township. These were All a a subscription schools being sustained by a tuition fee paid by the parents whose children attended them. Land deed on november 28, 1850 a deed Between Daniel Wagoner and his wife Catherine to District no. 4, probably Purmont school in Clay township was drawn up. This piece of ground was on the i Lafayette Burlington county Road and on the Bluff of the North Fork of wild cat Creek opposite. Andrew gripes stable. Also on August 8, 1892 another piece of property was added the deed being Between Esther Wagoner and John Wagoner her Hus band. Still another piece of ground belonging to Esther Feix. Formerly Esther Ulery and Joseph Felix her husband was added to the school property. Township election on the 25th of june 1853, an election was held in the township for the purpose of learning the will of the people regarding the levying of a tax for school purposes. A majority of the voters Wei a in favor of the measure and five decision of the question the trustees levied a tax of 15c on each Hundred dollars Worth of Pijo Perty and 25c on each poll Fok the erection of school houses and to maintain the schools. On the 5th of August they concluded a contract with John k. Fry for the erection of three school houses at a Cost of $584 thus the free school system was fairly inaugurated and has prospered in the succeeding years. When it is remembered that Clay was one of the smallest townships in the county her school statistics May Well be considered a subject of Pride to her citizens. There were in the township nine school buildings seven of which were neat substantial Brick buildings and the others being Frame. A during the school year of 1880 and 1881, there were 306 pupils admitted into the schools and the teachers Register showed an average daily attendance of 188. During that factory to the Board and they were rejected. A few changes were ordered and bidders were notified to prepare their bids by August 1908. Therefore in August a bid of $5,536.81 by John a. Jones was received his being the lowest and Best bid and he was awarded the contract. Also the bid for the heating and ventilating system for the new building in the amount of $435 was awarded to John a. Jones. Trustee William Campbell was Given the authority to borrow $6,000 a Tyr cd was to pay the Cost and expense of constructing the new school. The Board figured on Cement partition Walls and Fater changed to Brick if the change could be made and not exceed $400. In August 1910, bids for the Cement walks along the schoolhouse were received and John Roden Berger having the lowest bid was awarded the contract for the sum of $75.40. By november 1912, the ques period the average length of the Tion of what to do with the old school term was 120 Days and the schoolhouse was considered. Thee ic1t7pensah�n of to it Ash Board agreed that it should be Izy for males i used i0t educational purposes d $1.93 Foi females. And was Given the right to re As mrs. Amanda Bruan now a Model the building As they saw resident of Wesley Manor Home fit and that it be used for All in Frankfor to tells k she was born i moral purposes. On november 8, in 1876 and left the Purmont area 1912,% Resolution was signed by at the age of 14. She was the residents of Clay township to youngest of nine Quot children. Her protest the Sale of the old school Maiden name was Ulery being a House. They asked that the old half sister of Harry f. Ulery a school be used for education and former resident of Purmont. Mrs. Other Public uses As an Assembly Bruin recalls the old Brick school Hall a place where registrations House was built in two sections and elections May be held and for and the Back room was built social purposes such As Farmers after 1890. Sixty pupils in All j institutes literary society Festi eight grades were taught in the Vals and that it especially be a front room by one teacher. Some j tended to the Young folks of the of fhe teachers names Suie re-1 District for legitimate social use. Me Piberes were Lizzie and a j the schoolhouse wag also used cob Wagoner Albert Gushwa and i by the congregation of the United George Rohrabaugh. As she Brethren Church. On september thought Back Over her school 19, 1910, nine families met in the years she remembered or. Roh old schoolhouse to organize a Rabaugh who lived Between col-1 class of the United Brethren. In Burn and Buck Creek Riding his the fall of 1911, under the pastor horse to school. Discipline was no ate of the Rev. O. L. Richart a problem for him. There was no very successful revival was held whispering no walking across in the schoolhouse. Encouraged the floor at recitation time and with the new members they be no paper wads. He called the i Gan a Campaign for subscriptions classes to order by tapping a j for a new Sanctuary. The school Pencil on the Back of a desk. The i House was their place of worship pupils loved or. Rohrabaugh until the new Sanctuary was com and had much respect for him. I plated. New Purmont school As the old schoolhouse had in january 1908, the advisory i by in used Foi it the various Pur Board and trustee met and con posts it was intended and with the passing of each year it was Side red a new schoolhouse at Purmont. There was a request by 40 Heads of families for a four room schoolhouse to be built Early in the Spring of 1908. The Board could not agree on a four room building but agreed to build a Large two room schoolhouse and build it to accommodate the needs of the school. Trustee ii Liam Campbell was order to get plans and specifications on the building As agreed to and to have an Aich Teet draw the building plans on blueprint paper. He was also to make arrangements to borrow Money to build the school. In july 1906, bids for the new schoolhouse were received but were not Satis beginning to need some major repairs. The roof was in need of replacement. The trustees and advisory Board decided to sell the building and they appointed or. John h. Shultheis and or. De Disinger to appraise the building. Or. Harry f. Ulery bought the building for the appraised Price of $15. The building was removed by january 1, 1930. The Harriet Metzger and Russell Livingston Homes in Purmont were built by or. Ulery from the lumber and bricks salvaged from the old school House. Records do not show when the various schoolhouses in the town j Snyder Virgil Stinebaugh we ship were closed but from Thel Bahn Ellsworth Henry Bernice to be closed. When the school term of 1965 arrived the pupils in grades five and six were attending classes in prefabricated school rooms located in Rossville Indiana. Since these school rooms May be used1 for a period of two years the school Board had to make a decision As to what would be the next move. Plans for a new school grades one through twelve in Rossville adjoining the present Rossville Grade school were made. In August 1966, work began on the new school and by August 1967, All elementary grades from the three townships will be attending the new school. By january 1968, it is hoped the new High school will be ready for classes. Clay township teachers teachers that have taught in Clay township since 1899 Are listed below. 1899 a Theodore Weil Della Snyder w. M. Campbell Isaac Cripe j. J. Hufford Ellen German Lea j. Secrest Edward Stephens Anthony Hinkle and John Thompson. 1900 a Theodore Weil w. M. Campbell Della Snyder j. J. Hufford Ida Cripe Sarah Bie Secker John Thompson Hugh g. Engleman and Edna Snyder. 1901 a Frank Holsinger w. M. Campbell John Thompson Lola Nevin Earl Cripe Della Snyder w. M. Campbell Bright Camp and Maude Snyder. 1902 a John Thompson Leola Nevin Ida Cripe Della Snyder Earl Cripe Arthur Ritchey and Dorsey Wagoner. 1903 a Della Snyder Dosia Peterson Rena Quinn Luther Allen Arthur Ritchey Stella Wason Leola Nevin Alva Allen and f. K. Holsinger. 1904 a l. D. Quinn Rhoda Wagoner Theodore Weil Dosia Peterson Leola Nevin Pearl Shedron Hiram Helfrich Jennie Hill Luther Allen and Isa Wasson. 1905 7�? Jennie Hill Theodore Weil Leola Nevin Hiram Heil Frich Luther Allen Isa Wason Pearl Shedron and Dosia Peterson. 1906 a Grant Wagoner Harley Ward Valerie Hurley George Loy Luther Allen Della Snyder Pearl Shedron Ellsworth Murphy and Rhoda 1907 a Rhoda Wagoner Luther Allen Della Snyder Ida Cripe Harley Ward Pearl Shedron Grant Wagoner Dora Morrison and Virgil Stinebaugh. 1908 a Orpha fetterhoff Virgil Stinebaugh Della Snyder Sarah Biesecker Ellsworth Murphy Ida Cripe Charles Clauser Mabel Marshall and Frank Holsinger. 0-< 1909 Nora Bohn Virgil Stinebaugh Ida Cripe William Clauser Della Snyder Orpha fetterhoff Sarah Biesecker and Frank Holsinger. 1910 a Arah Biesecker William Clauser Della Snyder Oscar Ritchey Virgil Stinebaugh Orhpa fetterhoff Cora Cripe and Minnie Cripe. 1911 a Valeria k Hurley William Clauser Della Snyder Agnes Robinson Virgil Stinebaugh Cora Cripe Raymond Tingley and Orpha fetterhoff. 1912 a Valeria Hurley Warren Milikin Ruth Crider Della Clarence Loveland v of ppr front a am i Cue Uit Couit through the Law Ming and Rosa Beard. 1923 a Frank Hemming Myrtle Bougher w. B. Ireland and Rosa Beard. 1924 a 1925 a Grace Ulrey Leona Holsinger j. M. Sheets and Lucille Quinn. 1926 a Grace Ulrey Leona Holsinger j. M. Sheets and Florence Clawson. 1927 a Grace Ulrey Leona Holsinger j. M. Sheets and Golden Rule. 1928 a Grace Ulrey Golden Rule Myrtle Vanatta and Caroline Clauser. Firm of Obear and overholser. Ina Mable Moore qualified As executor by posting Bond in the sum of $3,000. Dated August 19, 1965, the entire estate was left to his daughters with $2,000 going to Nina Irene Stewart and All real estate in Rock Creek township to Anna Belle c o f f by and Ina Mable Moore As equal tenants n common and in fee simple and also the remainder of the estate. Value of the estate was estimated at $49,500 in real property and $20,000 in personal property. Compromise settlement the damage suit of Mary Alice 1929 a Grace Ulrey Golden i Bowen administer matrix of the Rule Myrtle Vannatta and Caro estate of her husband Willard r. Line Clauser. Bowen against Northern Indiana 1930 a Grace Ulrey Virginia Public service company and Kearns Marie Hood and Bethel i Richard d. Burns doing business Baird. Of Las Burns heating company has 1931 a Carrie Zinn Bethel been compromised and settled for Baird Rachel Ireland and Ber wrongful death claim for the sum Nice Newhouser. Of $5,800. Naps co a share in the 1932 a Rachel Ireland Bethel settlement in Carroll circuit Baird Carrie Zinn and Bernice court was �3,400 and the heating Hylton. Company $2,400. A similar suit 1933 a Edith myer Avis a Cass county has been Dis Ritchey Carrie Zinn and Bernice missed. Cook and Martin Are Hylton. Attorneys for mrs. Bowen a 1934 a Carrie Zinn Avis i Burrows resident. Ritchey Edith myer and Bernice Hylton. 1935 a Homer Caughell Avis Ritchey Rachel Ireland and Waneta Rice. 1936 a Byron Kent Marguer Ite Goss Rachel Ireland and Waneta Rice. 1937 Byron Kent Marguer Ite Goss Rachel Ireland and Mildred Rowland. 1938 a a Byron Kent Marguerite Kent Rachel Ireland and Helen Huston. 1939 a Ermal Hurley Marguerite Kent Raymond Mourer and Helen Huston. 1940 a Ermal Hurley Marguerite Kent Raymond Mourer and Mary Bell Dow. 1941 a j. J. Hufford Marguerite Kent Walter Hurley and Mary Bell Dow. 1942 a Belva Imler Margaret Burkle j. J. Hufford and Isabelle Richart. 1943 a Myrtle Bougher Are Pha Mcdaniels j. J. Hufford and Mabel Zeider. 1944 a Myrtle Bougher Mabel Zeider j. J. Hufford and Orpha Hufford. 1945 a Myrtle Bougher Orpha Hufford j. A Hufford and Mary Finley. 1946 a j. J. Hufford Dorothy Beal Velda Quinn and Mary Finley. 1947 a John Finley lot a Hurley Georgia Ferguson and Mary Finley. 1948 a John Finley Lotha Hurley Georgia Ferguson and Mary Finley. 1949 a John Finley Lotha Hurley Georgia Ferguson and Mary Finley. The teachers at both Purmont and Owasco were the same from 1949 until 1955. 1955 a John Finley Audrey Garrison Margaret Burkle and Mary Finley. 1956 a John. Finley. Audrey Garrison Margaret Burkie and Mary Finley 1957.�? Robert Gordon Lotha Hurley Margaret Burkle and Mary Finley. 1938 a Norman Cors Hubert Rule Lotha Hurley Margaret Burkie and Mary Finley. 1959 a Hubert Rule Joyce Pothuisje Margaret Burkle and Tippecanoe . Club Tippecanoe township Extension homemaker s club will meet wednesday july 19, at 2 . At the Home of mrs. Robert Van Natta. Assisting hostesses will be mrs. Roy Koch and mrs. Russell Craig. 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