Here’s some social news from the October 31, 1907 edition of the Skidmore New Era (Skidmore, Missouri), page 1. We’re not sure we would have the ability to welcome 25 surprise guests on any given afternoon, and our hat’s off… Read moreRoyal Neighbors Surprise Mrs. C. E. Reese, 1907
From the Skidmore News (Skidmore, Missouri), June 7, 1917, page 1: Royal Neighbor Convention The fifth county school of instructions and class adoption of the Royal Neighbors of America will be held at Skidmore, June 13, under the direction of… Read moreRoyal Neighbor Convention, 1917
From the February 6, 1919 Skidmore News, page 1: Royal Neighbor Lodge. The Royal Neighbors of America met in regular session Saturday with thirty-six members and two visitors present. Officers for 1919 were installed as follows: Oracle, May Russell; Vice-Oracle,… Read moreSkidmore Royal Neighbors Live to a Ripe Old Age
Skidmore, Missouri’s Royal Neighbors club puts on a “hard-time social, entertainment, and Easter supper” in 1903.
The Skidmore, Missouri chapter of the Royal Neighbors elected new officers in December 1899.
The Skidmore, Missouri Royal Neighbors throw a handkerchief shower for Mrs. Martin Riley in 1924.
The Royal Theatre entertained Skidmore citizens for many years in the days when the “movies” were still quite young. Here’s an ad from the January 23, 1913 Skidmore New Era: Text of ad reads, “Look! The “movies” at The Royal… Read moreHigh-Class Films
“Large Crowd and All Had Good Time,” reported the July 8, 1904 Skidmore Standard: The Day Closed With a Grand Display of Fire Works at Night The Fourth has come and gone. The day was fittingly observed here. Elder W…. Read moreCelebration a Success