Before the local country schools combined with Danvers and Unit Five in 1948, there were nearly twenty of them in Dry Grove, Kansas, and White Oak Townships. Only a few of the buildings remain, but their memory is very much alive for many local residents. On Saturday, November 11 at 1 PM a local historian will do a presentation, at the library, on the birth and development of the one room school where many of our ancestors received their education. Meet residents who attended the schools, view pictures of the students, buildings, and teachers and inspect items from the schools.