Honor roll of those serving in the military from Skidmore, Missouri as of early November 1917.
Skidmore, Missouri raises money for the YMCA in 1917.
Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder, 1917
Mrs. H. M. Hoagland hosts an engagement party for her daughter, Beulah Jane Hoagland, and Mr. Roy A. Armstrong in 1917.
Roy Twaddell’s friends and family celebrate his birthday in 1917 Skidmore, Missouri.
Private Henry R. Lee writes home to Skidmore, Missouri from Camp Funston in Kansas in 1917.
Students from the Skidmore, Missouri schools stage a parade to support the Liberty Bond drive in 1917.
Mrs. Charles Geyer’s music students staged quite a production in Skidmore, Missouri in 1917.
The Skidmore News takes a lesson from our friend the squirrel in 1917.
The Loucks and Iddings family members of Jim and Carrie Iddings descend upon them for a festive meal in 1917. An unnamed family member describes the event in a tongue-in-cheek manner as a war correspondent.