Albert Wall, Andrew Spurlock, Big Creek, Big Ugly Creek, Collie Fry, D.V. Hodge, Easy, Elijah Pauley, genealogy, Gill, history, Holden, J.A. Chaffin, Jeannette Stone, John E. Fry, Lincoln County, Mary Toney, Maude Toney, Midkiff, Mud River, Myrtle Toney, Nancy Jane Toney, Nora Harper, Parlee Hunter, Polly Ann Wall, Rector, Salt Rock, Tracy Baird, Walter Toney, West Virginia
“Sunshine,” a local correspondent from Rector in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Lincoln Monitor printed on Thursday, April 9, 1914:
Miss Jeannette Stone of Big Creek is the pleasant guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Squire Toney.
Mrs. Elijah Pauley of Holden is visiting relatives here this week.
Mrs. Walter Toney was shopping in Big Creek Saturday.
Mrs. M.A. Wall who has been visiting her son Albert, has returned to her home at Easy.
Miss Maude Toney who has been visiting relatives in Holden for the past two weeks, has returned and reports a very pleasant visit.
Dr. J.A. Chaffin was a pleasant visitor in Rector, Sunday.
Misses Maude Toney and Jeannette Stone spent Sunday horseback riding and were at Gill, where they dined with Miss Stone’s sister, Mrs. S.J. Harper.
Tracy Baird was a caller here Monday.
Mrs. Albert Wall, who has been ill for some time, is slowly improving.
Andrew Spurlock spent Sunday with friends at Salt Rock.
Misses Mary and Myrtle Toney are visiting their brothers on Mud this week.
Squire J.E. Fry made a flying trip to Midkiff Saturday.
D.V. Hodge made a business call to this place Saturday.
Collie Fry was a pleasant visitor in town Sunday.
Mrs. John Hunter was shopping here Saturday.
clara wilfong said:
this is really cool to be reading a newspaper that my grandfather walter toney name is in and realtives that are most likely mine also.