We know fewer people send holiday cards these days, and we, along with the Skidmore News, would like to change that. Here’s encouragement from the November 30, 1922 edition of the News, page 8: Ad reads, “Begin today. Don’t wait… Read moreBegin your cards today
Advertising from the Skidmore News (Skidmore, Missouri) for Christmas cards in 1922.
An item from an exchange reminds readers to alert the editor to local news in 1926. Skidmore News (Skidmore, Missouri)
A wish for happiness and prosperity for all from the Skidmore News (Skidmore, Missouri) in 1918.
It was a new day in a new year, and that called for a new name, according to the January 6, 1916 Skidmore News: Change of Name. “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose, by another name… Read moreChange Of Name
Skidmore’s citizens and its newspaper always rose to the occasion when the restrictions and forces of war threatened in 1918. From the July 18 edition: To Relatives and Friends of the Soldier Boys We have been sending the News to… Read moreThe Folks at Home Are Behind You
It was well known to all in Skidmore that if a person wanted to raise money – a lot of money – for a good cause, one absolutely needed to call upon the ladies of the town and appeal to… Read moreHelp a cause, buy a doughnut