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This Week in Eudora History, will take a look back at some of the people, places and events, that shaped the history of this fine community. We will look at “the week that was” from times past.

For the dates of April 6 – April 13:

April 10, 2003, 10 years ago

Eudora High School students will have more than just a new building greeting them at the beginning of the next school year. They’ll also have Ron Abel as their part-time assistant principal. Principal Dale Sample said as assistant principal Abel would be in charge of the senior class including prom and graduation activities, as well as working on evaluations, discipline, curriculum, and vocational education.

 

April 9, 1936, 77 years ago

Fred Neis has commenced work on the rebuilding of his large barn which was completely destroyed by fire less than three weeks ago, when 50 ewes, 35 lambs, two calves, a wagon, a good set of harness, and about 1,000 bushels of oats, and 2,000 feet of native lumber were consumed by the flames. The new barn which Mr. Neis will build to replace the one destroyed by the fire will be 40×70 feet, 10 feet longer than the old one, with the same space for side sheds and driveways. The work on the foundation is nearing completion and the carpenters will commence the frame work as soon as the cement work is completed. When completed this will be as large or larger than any barn in this section of the county.

 

April 10, 1908, 105 years ago

The following are the names of the men from this township who are to serve as jurymen at the May term of the district court: Henry Hagenbuch, W.J. Deay, Clay Harris, and Herman Schmidt.

 

Compiled from the Glenn Wineinger Newspaper collection at the Eudora Area Historical Society

The Eudora Area Historical Society operates the Eudora Community Museum which is located in the former Nottingham Elementary School at 14th and Church Street. For more information about the Eudora Area Historical Society, you can find them on the City of Eudora’s website or check them out on Facebook.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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