Felix Twp

Summary from the survey completed in 1997
- Summary
- 1 in use good shape
- 8 gone fate unknown

All moved into Conrad to Methodist Church parking lot to be used as schools - pulled into town by 6 to 8 horses - following WW 2 put up for bid - sold for $125.00 to be moved by a set date, told by John Transbarger

Felix No. 1 a.k.a. Crary School

Section - Northeast corner - ?

Felix No. 2

Section 19 Northeast corner - ?

Felix No. 3

Section 29 Southwest corner - ?

Felix No. 4

Section 34 Northeast corner - ?

Felix No. 5

Section 15 South Central - used for voting at one time - Leonard Transbarger farm on Hwy. 14 N of Conrad corner - made into shop still in good shape maybe garage now

Felix No. 6

Section 3 - Southwest corner - William Bell bought and used for a garage. Torn down 93.

Felix No. 7

Section 1 - Southwest corner - Les Green said it was torn down - Hwy 14 and 290th St.

Felix No. 8

Section 14 - Southeast corner - ?

Felix No. 9

Section 26 - Southeast corner - ?
Sec. 13 - South central - moved by Willard Dielschneider from Clay No. 2 - Sec. 9 NE - for hired man but Bruce Altenheim a teacher lives there now

NOTE - Green Products moved from Melrose Twp. Les Green
NOTE - Charlie Stubbs place used for grainery - torn down
NOTE - Charlie Stepp moved school to town 407 N Main St. Conrad - Home with addition

More School Houses--Felix township is preparing to build three more new school houses not many moons hence.

--The Grundy Republican (Grundy Center, Iowa), 5 July 1870

No Go--The school authorities of Felix township are a little exercised in regard to a certain school house which they desire to move into the geographical center of the sub-district. It appears that through some unexplained carelessness there never was a deed given for the land, and the man who owns it doesn't want the school house taken from its present site. Let directors be more careful in future.

--The Grundy Republican (Grundy Center, Iowa), 5 July 1870