Alta Gill, Big Creek, Bill Vance, Brad Toney, Charleston, Dr. Whithill, genealogy, Georgia Lilly, Guyan Valley Hospital, Hazel Toney, history, Huntington, J. Green McNeely, Jesse Toney, Kentucky, Leet, Lincoln Republican, Logan, Logan County, Logan Sheriff's Office, Louisville, Mayhill Ferrell, measles, Opal Hager, Spears, Toney, Wayne B. Toney, Wealthy Lambert, West Virginia, Willie Harmon
An unnamed local correspondent from Big Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Lincoln Republican printed on Thursday, May 24, 1923:
The Operetta given Saturday night by the Glee Club was enjoyed by many citizens of Big Creek. The Operetta was a great success and shows great talent among the girls of this place.
Miss Mayhill Ferrell spent the weekend with relatives in Logan.
Mr. Bill Vance made a business trip to Huntington Thursday.
Miss Hazel Toney has returned to her position in the Sheriff’s office in Logan, after a visit to home folks here.
Mr. Willie Harmon is in Charleston on business.
Dr. Whithill was called to Leet recently to see Miss Wealthy Lambert, who is very ill with measles.
Miss Opal Hager is spending the week with relatives at Spears.
Uncle Brad Toney, of Toney, was the recent guest of relatives here.
Miss Georgia Lilly, who has been ill for some time, was removed to the Guyan Valley Hospital Sunday.
Rev. J. Green McNeely, of Logan, was a visitor here Sunday.
Mr. W.B. Toney motored to Logan Sunday to see the big ball game.
Jessie Toney, of this place is in Louisville, Ky., attending the dental college.
Mrs. Alta Gill was a Huntington visitor Sunday.