SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Springfield’s historical narrative traces back to the early 1800s, intricately weaving a collection of significant events that have span two centuries.
Come join OzarksFirst as we explore intriguing headlines and stories from this week, but with a twist – they’re from a century ago, meticulously preserved by the History Museum on the Square.
- St. John’s Hospital had a dedication for the new addition to the hospital on North Main Street.
- The expansion almost doubled the number of patient rooms.
- Hotel Sansone’s Thanksgiving menu is now available.
- Guests were given the choice of either turkey, goose, suckling pig or rabbit.
- Grand Opening for the new Thompson Racing Tire Company
- The Speas Vinegar Company was forced to add workers for nightshifts to process the large shipments of apples they received to make vinegar
Now playing in 1923
The Electric Theatre – 3 Wise Fools
The Jefferson Theatre and Princess Theatre – Driven
The Shrine Mosque – Kansas City Symphony and pianist Josef Hofman