You know the food was good — the Ladies’ Aid knew their stuff. From the Skidmore News of Skidmore, Missouri, December 22, 1921, page 1: Cafeteria Luncheon.The Ladies’ Aid of the Christian Church will serve a luncheon, cafeteria style, at… Read moreCafeteria-style Luncheon, 1921
We remember. From the Skidmore News (Skidmore, Missouri), October 20, 1921, page 1: James Harvey Hughes Buried Last Saturday.Body Arrived Saturday Morning – Funeral in Afternoon – Legion in Charge. The body of James Harvey Hughes arrived here Saturday morning… Read moreJames Harvey Hughes Laid to Rest, 1921
From the August 11, 1921 Skidmore News, Skidmore, Missouri, page 1: Legion Picnic at Graham. The Graham post of the American Legion is planning a big three-day picnic to be held Thursday, Friday and Saturday, August 18-19-20. There will be… Read moreAmerican Legion Picnic at Graham, 1921
From the January 5, 1922 edition of the Skidmore News (Skidmore, Missouri), page 1: James Harvey Hughes Post Holds Election.Also Vote for Party to be Held at Legion Hall Next Thursday Night. The regular annual election of officers of James… Read moreAmerican Legion Post Holds Election, 1922
From the August 18, 1921 edition of the Skidmore News (Skidmore, Missouri), page 1: Two Soldiers Buried Sunday. Members of the James Harvey Hughes Post Attended Services. Two Nodaway county soldiers who died overseas were buried at Graham Sunday. The… Read moreServices for Ripley and Mowry, 1921
From the April 15, 1920 Skidmore News, page 1: Attention Everybody The James Harvey Hughes Post No. 267 has voted to purchase the T. L. Howden building for use as a club room for the Legion, by asking for donations… Read moreAmerican Legion Purchases T. L. Howden Building, 1920
From the December 1, 1921 Skidmore News (Skidmore, Missouri), page 1: Legion Party Well Attended. Between 65 and 70 persons attended the party given for the American Legion last Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. W…. Read moreAmerican Legion Party Well Attended, 1921
The Skidmore, Missouri M. E. Church Sunday School class adds a substantial number of books to the local American Legion Library in 1922.