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An unknown local correspondent from Big Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on June 20, 1924:

As Big Creek has been silent for a long time, I’ll write a bit of news.

Audley H. Austin paid Big Creek a short visit last Tuesday.

Miss Florence Wheeler and Miss Dicy Thomas have returned after a short stay in Logan.

There were quite a bunch of girls and boys at the croquet yards Sunday. Wonder who beat?

Miss Nell Perry made a flying trip to Logan, Monday.

Wonder how “Red” liked the car ride Sunday afternoon.

Jumbo Adams was seen on our streets here Sunday.

Mrs. John Roberts spent Sunday in Stone Branch and Kitchen.

Mr. Cecil Hager and Miss Nannie Lilly were out car riding Sunday afternoon.

Do you remember way back when Big Creek had only one automobile?

Charlie Harmon and Frank Toney spent all Sunday joy riding all by themselves.

We sure did have lots of noise here last Sunday. What is going to become of Big Creek?

Miss Pearl Mobley and Tom Vance were car riding last Monday.

Miss Susie Harmon spent Saturday night in Banco.

Florence how did you enjoy yourself Sunday?

What has become of Clay Pierce? I never see him any more. He must have been kidnapped.

Misses Marie Kitchen, Susie Harmon, Ruby Lucas, Lucille Toney, Christine Kitchen and Alta Ferrell were seen making their way to the croquet yard Sunday evening.

Miss Gladys Sanders has come home after a weeks’ stay on the farm.

Mrs. Ethel Hunter was visiting her father here but has returned to her home in Stollings, W.Va.

Well as news is scarce this week will send more next time.

With good luck and best wishes to the dear old Banner.

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