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
Jesse S. Barrett of Skidmore, Missouri starts a boys’ band in Graham, Missouri in 1913.
Advertisement for July 4th celebrations in Graham, Missouri in 1910.
An account of the election day dinner held by the Daughters of Rebekah lodge in Graham, Missouri in 1912, and an advertisement for another dinner held in 1914 by the ladies of the Christian Church in Skidmore, Missouri. (Skidmore, Missouri – Skidmore New Era newspaper)
Positive review of a performance in Maryville, Missouri of the Graham, Missouri band in 1902.
The family of of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bond celebrated their golden wedding anniversary, and we have an insider’s view, thanks to this report from the September 16, 1915 Skidmore New Era: Golden Wedding and Family Reunion. September 10,… Read moreBond Golden Wedding, 1915
Whether your event is the 50 yard dash or the eating contest, there was something for everyone at the first Field Day meet of the Rural schools of Hughes Township in 1914. From the April 23, 1914 Skidmore News: Hughes… Read moreRural School Day
As reported in the April 11, 1912 Skidmore New Era: Graham People Fight Over Division Fence A. J. Thornton Assaulted by C. E. and Branson Taylor, Friday Morning. Taylor Arrested and Gave Bond for Appearance at June Court A fight… Read moreGood Fences Make Good Neighbors