A School Found A Purse That Was Lost Back In The 50s, And It’s Like A Time Capsule For People Of The Generation


Last spring, someone at North Canton Middle School stumbled upon something that can now be considered a time capsule. While walking to his class, a red purse covered in dust which was crammed in the corner of a wall, caught this student’s eye. He took it out and noticed that the purse belonged to a young lady named Patti Rumfola. According to what was inside the purse, Patti may have attended that school in the 1950s or 1960s when she was around 14 years old.

Last spring, someone at North Canton Middle School stumbled upon a mysterious purse that belonged to a lady named Patti Rumfola.

The purse gathered a lot of attention as soon as it was posted on Facebook.

According to findings, Patti lost her purse when she was around 14 years old.

As many people were interested in this story, the school decided to share her eulogy.

Patti was born in 1942 and worked as a teacher. She had 5 children and died at the age of 71 in 2013.

She worked as a teacher in Annapolis, Maryland for many years.

The purse contained various snippets of Patti’s life, such as library cards, tickets, photos, and makeup

She loved reading books.

There were also some coins in her purse that were given to her 5 children.

Written by Catherine

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