Big Creek, Con Chafin, Dennie Morris, Earley Trent, Earthel Hill, Erskine Elkins, Ethel Elkins, Franklin Estep, George Shackleford, Georgia Lilly, Georgia Thomas, Glen Alum, Hamlin, Henlawson, I.J. Elkins, Jessie Toney, Limestone, Lincoln County, Logan, Logan Banner, Logan County, Luther Elkins, Myrtle Mobley, Nan Vance, Philip Hager, Rector, West Virginia
An unknown local correspondent from Big Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on June 6, 1924:
We sure are having some weather down here at present time.
Miss Georgia Thomas named her son after Con Chafin.
Miss Myrtle Mobley arrived home from Logan Tuesday.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Luther Elkins, a fine big boy on May 25.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hager of Hamlin have been visiting relatives of Big Creek.
Ms. Erskine Elkins paid Rector, W.Va., a visit Sunday. Erskine tell us if you saw Sadie.
Miss Georgia Lilly looks awful lonesome since Mr. Dennie Morris broke with her.
Gracie tell us why you let Rubie take Earl.
Miss Ethel Elkins and Mr. Earthel Hill are engaged to be married June 25.
Rev. I.J. Elkins preached an interesting sermon at Limestone Sunday.
Mr. George Shackleford of Henlawson was visiting Big Creek Sunday. Tell us George why you were looking across the river so lonesome like.
Mr. Jessie Toney must have the blues about something. He plays the Victrola from 8 o’clock in the morning until 10 in the afternoon. His favorite piece is “Red Hot Mama.”
Mrs. Earley Trent of Glen Alum is visiting Mrs. Luther Elkins.
Mrs. Nan Vance has been ill for several days but is improving now.
Mr. Franklin Estep had a long chat with Miss Ethel Elkins this morning.
Gladys, you better step up or she will beat your time.