This abandoned and trashed 2 room house, probably built in the mid 1940's, was the home of Mr. Oscar "Petey" Walls for many years. Mr. Oscar was the janitor/custodian for the Red Hill School for many years. He was a quiet, soft-spoken and caring man who was loved by all the students. He dealt with several tragedies during his life, probably one of the greatest was the loss of his son, William Howard Walls, who was killed while serving in the Navy in the South Pacific during WWII. A letter, sent to Mr. Oscar by William's commanding officer to the mailbox in front of this little house in the mid-1940's is found in the Veterans Roll of Honor in this website,