The Skidmore News kept Skidmore, Missouri residents and those from the surrounding communities up-to-date on who went where and who visited whom. Are your ancestors featured in this column from the June 2, 1921 edition?
Clyde Barrett drove to Maryville last evening.
S. B. Garnett was a Maryville visitor Friday.
M. Gray was a Burlington Junction visitor yesterday.
Mrs. Gertrude Hickman visited at St. Joseph from Friday morning until Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Owens were shopping at Maryville Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Linville motored to St. Joseph yesterday morning.
John Crist had a very successful sale of Shorthorns at Craig Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Garnett were Maryville visitors Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hitchcock are spending the week at the John Bilby home.
Mrs. Daisey Wood and little daughter, Eloyce, returned to St. Joseph Friday morning after a visit with Mrs. Willis Reese.
Rollo Howden drove to St. Joseph Friday to meet Mrs. Howden who had been visiting at Topeka, Kan., for several days.
Erman Miller returned Saturday morning from Cameron, Mo., where he attended Missouri Wesleyan College the past year.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Miller and family left last evening for a visit with relatives in Indiana. They expect to be gone about a month.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Fullerton motored to Mound City Sunday and spent the day with Mrs. M. S. Owens, who has been sick for several months.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson and son, Harold, were called to St. Joseph Tuesday afternoon by the serious illness of Mr. Johnson’s mother.
A much needed rain fell here this morning. The ground has been so dry for several days that farmers have been unable to work in the field.
Miss Carrie Torrey and Mr. Nelson of Omaha, Neb., came Friday evening to spend the week-end with Miss Torrey’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Torrey.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hamilton of Maryville returned home Monday evening after visiting with Mrs. Hamilton’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hitchcock.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Johnson and son, Elfred, and daughter, Florence, of St. Joseph spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Johnson’s sister, Mrs. W. H. Hoblitzell.
Mrs. Welty left for her home at Monte Vista, Colo., yesterday, after a visit of about two weeks with her brother, Allen Tracy, and sister, Mrs. E. T. Clark.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hurst, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hurst and baby, and Will Hurst, all of Hopkins, spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs. Mary Dawson.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Carter went to St. Joseph Monday to visit Mrs. Carter’s father, J. M. Lee of Savannah, who underwent an operation at that place Monday.
Dale Bagby, who has been sick for the past week, was able to be back at work yesterday. The report was circulated that he had small pox, but this was a mistake.
J. T. VanAusdall came down Friday afternoon from Burlington Junction and remained until Sunday afternoon with his daughter, Mrs. Clyde Barrett, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Albright and son, Samuel, left yesterday for their new home at Clinton, Mo. They motored through, starting from Maryville. They shipped their goods Tuesday.
Adrian Hoblitzell returned home Sunday from Mexico, Mo., where he attended school the past year. He will leave about June 15, for Fort Snelling where he will attend R. O. T. C. this summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Patton, who have been visiting relatives and friends here for the past few weeks, left Monday morning for St. Joseph, where they will visit before returning to their home at Twin Falls, Idaho. They will also stop at Denver on the return trip.