From the Skidmore News (Skidmore, Missouri), September 15, 1921, page 1:
The Class in the Corner.
The Class in the Corner of Harmony Sunday School gave a party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bartram last Wednesday evening. This class is noted for making a success of whatever it undertakes, and this was no exception. Two prizes were offered for the ones who came nearest representing the parts they dressed for. Miss Edith Miller won the prize for the girls, and Leonard Gallagher the one for the boys. The different costumes caused much merriment and entertainment, as did the guessing contests, geographical puzzles, fortunes, etc.
Refreshments of ice cream and cake were served and at a late hour after thanking Mr. and Mrs. Bartram for their hospitality, all left for their homes feeling that the evening had been well spent.
The members of the class who were present were: Mr. and Mrs. Milbern Sanders, Misses Elsie and Alice Bartram, Louise and Ruth Gallagher, Clara and Ida Tunell, Messrs. Gerald and Maurice Rozell, Lynn Zeller, Ellis Bartram, Chester Crockett, John Tunell, Leonard Gallagher, and the teacher, Mrs. W. S. Zeller.
Other guests were: Mrs. Tom Sanders, Mrs. Floyd Weller, Mrs. W. B. Rozell, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bartram, Edith Miller, Chester Kneale, Lester Acklin and Dallas Coston.