It is good to know how was the past days with the comparison. To compare the time gaps we need shreds of evidence that show the former situations. One valuable information source was founded at North Canton Middle School in-between the wall and locker. A red purse was founded with dust and spider webs that belonged to a lady called Patti Rumfola. A most interesting fact is Patti who may have gone to school in the 1950s or 1960s, was around 14 years old at the time that she lost her precious belongings. This purse reveals the lifestyle and other facts that were in that period.
Peoples who found the purse were eager to meet Patti who lost her purse 60 years ago. unfortunately, she is not alive to see her priceless purse but after reviewing the response of her five children, it can be imagining the face of Patti alive.
When it was first posted on North Canton City Schools’ Facebook page, the purse gathered lots of attention.
The stuff which includes in teen girl’s purse is not differing far this long period. It is more interesting to dig the items and understand the lifestyle in that period. This purse can be treated as a bridge where you take in the sixties. Even though Patti was not there to take her purse her children treated it as a gift from mother.
Patti was around 14 years old when she lost her bag
Finally, the school decided to share her eulogy
The bag was found crammed between a wall and a locker more than 60 years after it was lost
Patti died at the age of 71 after working as a teacher in Annapolis, Maryland for years
The purse contained various snippets of Patti’s life, such as library cards, tickets, photos, and makeup
The coins that were left in her purse were split between her 5 children
More info: Facebook