Advertisement reads, “The best Christmas gift. There is nothing you can give that is so personal as your photograph. Throughout the year, the photograph you give this Christmas will stand as a reminder of your loving thoughtfulness. It will contribute… Read moreBest Christmas Gift – Your Photograph
The Rebekah lodge of Skidmore, Missouri sure new how to thow a party — even the costumes were above average. Here’s one example from the December 1, 1910 Skidmore New Era (page one, of course): Big Time at Masquerade.The masquerade… Read moreBig Time at Rebekah Masquerade, 1910
Here are more recipes from the December 11, 1913 Skidmore New Era of Skidmore, Missouri. Featured are recipes for White Mountain Loaf Cake from Mrs. G. C. Ashbrook; White Sponge Cake from Mrs. W. R. Linville; and Burnt Sugar Cake… Read moreFavorite Recipes from Skidmore, 1913, Part 2
Have you considered having your picture made as a holiday gift? G. C. Ashbrook, professional photographer in Skidmore, Missouri, would have helped you with that project. From the December 2, 1915 Skidmore New Era:
Social news from the November 7, 1912 Skidmore New Era (Skidmore, Missouri), page 1: Here From Kansas. Mrs. Amanda Wood and two daughters, Mrs. Steve Beverlin and Mrs. Tom Snedeger, and the latter’s two little grandson of Little River, Kansas,… Read moreAmanda Wood returns to Skidmore, 1912
Ad for photographer G. C. Ashbrook of Skidmore, Missouri in 1926.
The Skidmore, Missouri baseball team defeats the team from Mound City in May 1903.
Skidmore, Missouri plays host to a baseball game between a team from Maryville and a team from Fillmore in 1902.
Mrs. G. C. Ashbrook (Malinda Catherine Wood Ashbrook) celebrates her birthday in Skidmore, Missouri in 1915.
Miss Abi Ashbrook celebrates her 16th birthday with friends in 1902. (Skidmore, Missouri)