From the Skidmore News (Skidmore, Missouri), August 19, 1920, page 1: Leave on Auto Trip.Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Hays left this morning by auto for a trip through Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado. Mr…. Read moreClark and Hays Road Trip, 1920
From the April 10, 1919 Skidmore News, page 1: A Birthday Surprise One of the most pleasant social functions of the season was the Hays reunion which was held last Sunday, April 6, at the home of Mr. and Mrs…. Read moreJ. T. Hays’ 81st Birthday
Pearl Hays celebrates his 50th birthday with friends near Skidmore, Missouri in 1925.
John G. Hays and W. M. Howden urge the citizens of Skidmore, Missouri to look into solutions for flooding of the Nodaway River in 1912.
Advertisement for, and account of land sale for the John G. Hays estate near Skidmore, Missouri in 1918.
William R. Hays, an early settler of Burr Oak, near Skidmore, Nodaway County, Missouri, recalls life in the early days of that area. His letter was published in a 1914 edition of the Skidmore New Era.
The third, and last surviving, installment of William R. Hays’ account of his life in the early days of Burr Oak near Skidmore, Missouri.
A continuation of the account of northwest Missouri pioneer William R. Hays. In this installment, the Hays and Grigsby families and Alonzo Coston arrive at Burr Oak, Nodaway County, Missouri in 1859. The article includes names of some other early settlers in the area.
Early Nodaway County settler William R. Hays recounts the trip his family took from Blandinsville, Illinois to Skidmore in northwest Missouri in 1859.
Happy news from the April 10, 1919 Skidmore News, page 1: A Birthday Surprise. One of the most pleasant social functions of the season was the Hays reunion which was held last Sunday, April 6 at the home of Mr…. Read moreBirthday Surprise