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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 April 9, 1926:
Mr. Lester Taylor of Logan spent Saturday and Sunday visiting Miss Sallie Kitchen.
J.H. Midkiff spent the weekend with his family at Yawkey.
Mrs. Martha Roberts of Chapmanville spent Sunday with friends here.
Mrs. Sid Ferrell spent Saturday at Logan.
Mrs. A.J. Thomas was visiting her mother at Banco Sunday.
J.J. Boothe of Huntington was calling on Miss Dicie Thomas Friday.
Jesse Toney made a business trip to Logan Monday.
Miss Mabel Toney of Logan was seen here Sunday.
Mrs. J.B. Hager of Madison was called here on the account of the death of her sister, Mrs. P.D. Bradbury.
Bill Vance was visiting his mother Sunday.
A.J. Thomas made a flying trip to Logan Monday.
Miss Marie Kitchen and Mr. Kennedy were out walking Sunday.
Hardin Marcum of Ranger was seen on our streets Saturday evening.
Miss Mary Butcher and Archie Chapman were seen at the Star theatre Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Oron Mobley were shoppers in Logan Saturday.
Mont Mullins was here Monday.
Jesse Harmon has been visiting his mother.
Well, as news is scarce around Big Creek this week, will try again next time and see if there can’t be more.