Andrew Thomas, Appalachia, Big Creek, Bob Hale, Christine Kitchen, Earl Gill, Fred Kitchen, genealogy, George Chaffin, history, Howard McComas, Huntington, Logan, Logan Banner, Logan County, Madge Toney, Martha Neal, Myrtle Mobley, Pearl Sanders, Sally Kitchen, West Virginia
An unknown local correspondent from Big Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on April 20, 1926:
Here we come again with a bit of news. Hope the waste basket’s back is turned.
Mrs. Andrew Thomas and daughter are spending a few days in Huntington.
Mrs. Howard McComas and Madge Toney made a brief trip to Logan last week.
If you want to see Myrtle Mobley and Christine Kitchen, come to the drug store any time.
Dr. Ferrell was a visitor in Big Creek Thursday.
Mr. Heckles was calling on Bob Hale Thursday night.
Mrs. Earl Gill who has been on the sick list is improving.
Miss Pearl Sanders visits the drug store every evening.
Mr. George Chaffin was in Big Creek Friday.
Miss Martha Neal was visiting Miss Sally Kitchen Sunday.
Fred Kitchen was seen letting the train by Saturday.
Combinations: Mr. Saltsman and his dirty hands; Allie and her route; Fred looking for the girls; Mr. Kennedy and his mustache; Myrtle and her No. 8; Christine and her hat; Dicy watching for Howard; Georgia going to Huntington; Nannie curling her hair; Marie crying over Kennedy; Jum and his dogs; Bill and his smiles; Fred and his freckles.