From the November 23, 1922 edition of the Skidmore News (Skidmore, Missouri), page 1:
Miss Mildred Bailey and Miss Mary Crawford entertained Nov. 16, 1922, with a Dutch line party at the Empire theater in Maryville, and after the show, they were entertained with a slumber party at the home of the former’s mother, Mrs. C. D. Bailey, 804 East First street. This was given in honor of Mildred’s birthday.
Refreshments were served at the hostess’ home. A pink and white color scheme was carried out in the refreshments and decorations. On the center of the table was a huge bouquet of roses, one of Mildred’s birthday presents. Games and music furnished the entertainment for the evening. The girls were divided into groups which competed in making candy. A prize was awarded to the group making the best candy. At a late hour the girls retired. The following morning the girls took pictures on the way to school.
Those invited were: Miss Hazel Harrington of Pickering, Miss Zelma Neal, Blanche Anderson, Pearl DeNeen, Cleo Holt, Laura Mae Trullinger, Genievive Todd, Grace Foster, Franklin and Irene Bailey and the hostess. Mildred received many beautiful presents.