We’re wondering exactly where the Scrub Oak neighborhood was located. Can you enlighten us?
Here are a few news items from that area from the March 9, 1922 Skidmore News (Skidmore, Missouri), page 1:
Mrs. Fred Holsclaw spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. Fox.
Wm. Mitchell sawed wood for C. E. Hall Tuesday afternoon.
Dallas, Glenn and Lloyd Coston spent Sunday with Dillard Crockett.
Walter McDowell assisted Louis Conrad with his butchering Tuesday.
Fred Holsclaw sawed wood for Bert Oakerson and the Smith brothers this week.
Fred Holsclaw and Mr. Fox assisted one another with their butchering Wednesday.
Mrs. Minnie Coston and two children, Florence and Walter, spent Sunday with Arthur Brown’s.
Lloyd Coston is staying with his aunt, Mrs. Sanders, since her daughter, Mrs. Ernest Dawson, moved away.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hammond returned to their home Tuesday evening, after having spent several weeks in Kansas City where Mr. Hammond has been taking treatment.