From the June 29, 1922 Skidmore News (Skidmore, Missouri), page 1:
Music Club Reorganized.
Some of the younger members of Mrs. Geyer’s music class met last Monday evening and reorganized the “B Sharp Music Club.”
The object of the club is to promote more interest in music among the young people who are studying music. The age limit is sixteen years. To join the club, one must be able to play the piano some, to read music, and be willing to take an interest in the work of the club. They will meet every two weeks. The recreation and programs for these meetings will be of a musical nature; such as musical games, which will be of benefit to those studying music, singing, musical readings, piano music and learning something of musicians.
The following officers were elected: Irma Geyer, president; Helen McMahon, secretary; Helena Goslee, treasurer.
The club is beginning to practice on a very pretty operetta which they will give in the near future. Their first meeting will be Friday afternoon at 5 o’clock in the home of Mrs. Geyer.