From the February 18, 1909 Skidmore News (Skidmore, Missouri), page 4: Choice Varieties of Famous Seed Corn.Corn Adapted to This Section of The Country.Selected, Graded and Strictly Tested. We herewith present to you a photograph of the inside of A…. Read moreFamous Seed Corn, 1909
The Howden girls made frequent appearances in Skidmore, Missouri social news in the early part of the last century. Here’s a report from the November 7, 1907 Skidmore New Era: Hallowe’en Social. The members of the Christian endeavor were entertained… Read moreHowden Halloween, 1907
Misses Minta and Emma Howden entertain in Skidmore, Missouri in 1906.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Howden, Jr., move to Los Angeles from Skidmore, Missouri in 1916.
Misses Minta and Babe Howden and Edith Porter left Skidmore, Missouri for an extended trip across the western part of the U.S. in 1911.
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.
Report that A. F. Howden and family of Skidmore, Missouri were relocating to Nortonville, Kansas in 1905.
Skidmore, Missouri’s T. L. Howden encounters old friends on a visit to Texas in 1913.
Dr. Lawrence Howden writes to the Skidmore (Missouri) News from his work at the Isolation Hospital in St. Louis in 1918.
The Howdens, Linvilles and Campbells all trade real estate in Skidmore, Missouri, 1909.