A few more updates from the Skidmore News, May 5, 1921, page 1:
Roul Haines of Philadelphia will leave tomorrow morning after visiting a few days with his sister, Mrs. W. J. Skidmore.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McClain have rooms at Mrs. Welton’s until school closes, when they will get the house which is occupied by Mrs. Newlon.
Mrs. Mabel Newlon has been elected superintendent of the Fillmore Consolidated Schools for the coming year at a salary of $170 per month.
Word has been received from G. W. Collins that he has located the Ford car stolen from his son, Clyde, at Phoenix, Arizona, several months ago.
Geo. Stevenson who has been at St. Joseph with Mrs. Stevenson since her operation, returned home Tuesday evening. He expects to bring Mrs. Stevenson home the last of the week.
Come and get yourself a new tailor made suit. I guarantee the prices, and fabric to be all wool and a good fit. Prices range from $20 to $60. Ford’s Store.
Mrs. R. A. Stevenson and granddaughter, Miss Bessie Mitchell, went to St. Joseph Sunday to visit Mrs. George Stevenson, who is in a hospital there. Miss Mitchell returned Monday morning, but Mrs. Stevenson did not return until Monday evening.