Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Dilts and friends help Violet Lent celebrate her birthday in Skidmore, Missouri in 1921.
The Skidmore, Missouri Skidmore News announces that Miss Gertrude Knepper will become the Chair of Home Economics at Galloway Women’s College in Searcy, Arkansas in 1921.
Morris & Alldredge open a barber shop in Skidmore, Missouri in 1921.
Mrs. Ed Clark (Cedona Tracy Clark) celebrates her 60th birthday in Skidmore, Missouri in 1921 with the help of her friends and neighbors.
Walker’s Drug and Jewelry Store of Skidmore, Missouri advertises driving goggles in a variety of shades in 1921.
W. I. Gray came up with quite a burglar alarm in Ravenwood in 1921, as we see in the May 12, 1921 Skidmore News: Broke into Garage, but Left Car. When W. I. Gray of Ravenwood recovered his car after… Read moreCar Alarm
Springtime calls for an elegant lawn party, as we see in the Skidmore News from June 16, 1921, page 1: Entertained With Lawn Party. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lehman entertained a number of friends with a lawn party on Wednesday… Read moreEntertained With Lawn Party
From page 1 of the June 16, 1921 Skidmore News: Local Men Obtain Patent Two local men, Clyde Barrett and Ed Coston, are putting on the market a new device for tightening bolts after the bolt holes have become worn…. Read moreCoston Steel Sleeve, 1921