“Red Jacket,” a local correspondent from Wewanta in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Lincoln Republican printed on Thursday, May 10, 1923:
The farmers in this section are very busy planting corn.
Mr. Emmett Frazier, a prominent young citizen of this place is suffering from a wound in the knee, which resulted from an accident with an ax. Although Mr. Frazier’s wound did not seem serious at first, it is now giving him considerable trouble.
Mr. E.C. Lucas and others are conducting Sunday school classes here, with large attendance. Appointment has also been made for preaching services here on the fourth Sunday in May. Arrangements are being made for free dinner and other activities on that day.