From the Skidmore News of Skidmore, Missouri, september 15, 1921, page 1:
The opening meeting of the Neighborly Club met Thursday afternoon, September 8, at the home of the president, Mrs. Inez Loucks. There were 14 members present. Roll call was answered by vacation echoes, after which the club read in concert the collect for the club women in the State of Missouri. The remainder of the afternoon was given to business and discussing the program outlined for this year.
The Neighborly Club met Wednesday afternoon, September 14, at the home of Mrs. Mary Grigsby with 10 members present. Roll call was answered with quotations from Eugene Fields. The entire program was on Missouri in celebration of the Centennial. This was especially interesting because one of the members, Mrs. Amanda Hoblitzell, had lived through the period of early days in Missouri and she could tell of many actual happenings of those days.
The following program was carried out: History of Missouri — Mrs. Skidmore; Men Who Made Missouri — Mrs. Amanda Hoblitzell; A Missouri Woman, Clara Hoffman — Mrs. Spahr. Club adjourned to meet at the home of Mrs. Bess Barber, September 21.