The editor of the Hopkins Journal announces his plans to visit Skidmore, Missouri in August 1916 to hear W. J. Bryan speak at the Chautauqua.
Skidmore, Missouri celebrates its largest graduating class yet in 1916. Rollo Howden, Ruth McDowell, Lettie Rodman, Hildred Blanch Goslee, Elta Mae Taylor, Delma Josephine Albright, Meredeth Opal Stevens, Mary Ellen Barrett, Freda Gertrude Peoples, Mildred Cora Brown, Stella Mae Steph, Ada Grace Sauceman, William Byron Owen, Glynn Artnie Britton, and Hazel Elizabeth Teson were the graduates.
Skidmore, Missouri resident E. D. French plans home improvements in 1916.
Mrs. Bertha Bodle entertains her friends in Skidmore, Missouri in 1916.
Skidmore, Missouri upgrades its band stand in 1916.
Report of severe weather in Skidmore, Missouri on May 23, 1916.
Report of the double wedding of Bertha L. Weller and Frederick M. Barrett and Goldie Weller and George Link in 1916. Skidmore New Era (Skidmore, Missouri)
Miss Hazel Caywood of Maitland, Missouri marries Mr. Louis Garnett of Skidmore, Missouri in St. Joseph in 1916.
It was a new day in a new year, and that called for a new name, according to the January 6, 1916 Skidmore News: Change of Name. “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose, by another name… Read moreChange Of Name
The town was growing again. We bring you this report of a real estate sale (complete with band concert) from the front page of the June 1, 1916 edition of the Skidmore News: The Lot Sale On account of the… Read moreThe Lot Sale