Quitman Homecoming a Success, 1920

A good time was had by all. From the September 23, 1920 Skidmore News (Skidmore, Missouri), page 1:

Quitman Homecoming a Success.
Large crowds attended the annual Green Township Homecoming held at Quitman on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of last week, and an enjoyable time was reported.

On Wednesday the community dinner was served in the I. O. O. F. hall, and a large crowd was taken care of by the competent committee in charge. The big barbecue, always a drawing card, was held Friday and the attendance that day was the largest during the Homecoming.
Prosecuting Attorney Charles McCaffrey was the speaker at the celebration Thursday, and on Friday Judge Charles H. Mayer of St. Joseph made an address.

On Friday an airplane, piloted by F. E. Whitehead and M. F. Kilmer of Kansas City was on hand and took a number of passengers for a flight.
There were the usual number of small concession stands and other amusements found at a celebration of this kind.

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