We knew you’d want to know the rest of the story. Here it is, from the May 9, 1918 Skidmore News (Skidmore, Missouri), page 1: Red Cross Sale Big Success. The band played again Saturday afternoon, but it did not… Read moreRed Cross Sale Big Success, 1918
Skidmore, Missouri Mayor J. O. Miller challenges residents to some spring cleaning in 1918.
Results of Skidmore, Missouri’s fundraising sale for the Red Cross in 1918.
Skidmore, Missouri residents knew how to hold a fundraiser, even after a snowstorm. From the April 25, 1918 Skidmore News, page 1: Red Cross Sale Postponed. On account of a severe snow storm, the Red Cross sale which was to… Read moreEat Well, Aid the Red Cross, 1918
John F. Zook of Skidmore, Missouri spends Christmas 1918 at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, during World War I.
Basil Rodman and Walter Patterson of Skidmore, Missouri serve in World War I.
Advertisement for Brambles Cafe in Skidmore, Missouri, 1918.
The ladies of the Skidmore, Missouri chapter of the Red Cross hold another fundraiser in 1918.
An advertisement for Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp, playing at the Royal theater in Skidmore, Missouri in April 1918.
James H. Tyson, Co. L, 139th Infantry, American Expeditionary Forces, writes home to Skidmore, Missouri in 1918.