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Antero Resources Meeting in Senecaville June 19

Started this discussion. Last reply by Carl Krebsbach Jul 3, 2013. 31 Replies

I kept waiting for someone to post this information to see how widely it was disseminated, but so far I haven't seen any confirmation here.  (If indeed this has been posted, I apologize for the…Continue

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Have parents with land in Noble County
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Ohio
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Marcellus, Utica

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At 5:08pm on June 19, 2013, Pole Cat said…

Yes there was both a grade school, I think on Rt 147, and a high school. Grade school was 4 class rooms, each class room shared by 2 grades, one teacher for both. Had outdoor toilets too:-)) My first/second grade teacher, Mabel Flood, lived on Whiskey Run. In fact, many years later when she heard I'd gotten married she sent me a wedding gift. My class of 24 students was the largest class Batesville had to date. Basketball was a big sport, in fact, the only sport offered at the high school level. Soon after I left all the local community high schools closed and everyone was bused to a new large high school that served the county. I was fortunate to grow up those early years on a farm, learned hard work pays dividends. 

At 2:50pm on June 18, 2013, Pole Cat said…

I left the area in 1957, moved to central Ohio beginning of my freshman year in high school. I went to grade school in Batesville. I stay in touch with a cousin who lives down near Seneca Lake. I stopped through Quaker City a few years ago to check grave sites of old relatives. I have fond memories of life during a slower time.

At 8:29am on June 18, 2013, Pole Cat said…

Yes I actually lived right off Whiskey Run, used to ride my horse all over that area

At 10:30am on April 13, 2013, John OBrien, landowner advocate said…

T.

You will have to remind me of the post you refer to.

 
 
 

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