Thursday, October 02, 2014

Today in History, October 1913

By LOUIS REED, local historian | 10/23/2013

• The new school building at Centropolis was finished yesterday and school opened there today in the new building, which is one of the model country school buildings of the state. The new structure is frame, 26 feet-by-52 feet and is divided into two classrooms separated by a folding partition.

• Mother relates strange story of her son’s disappearance. Ernest Christian is reported missing.

• The new school building at Centropolis was finished yesterday and school opened there today in the new building, which is one of the model country school buildings of the state. The new structure is frame, 26 feet-by-52 feet and is divided into two classrooms separated by a folding partition.

• Mother relates strange story of her son’s disappearance. Ernest Christian is reported missing.

• TOPEKA — Col. J.N. Harrison of Topeka, department commander of the Grand Army of the Republic, yesterday was elected president of the Kansas State Historical Society at its 38th annual meeting in Representative Hall at the Statehouse.

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