Appalachia, Belva Reynolds, Big Ugly Creek, Brode Gill, Bruce Hatfield, Clarence Lambert, Dollie, Edna Lambert, Elza Adkins, Hazel Toney, history, Holden, Huntington, Irvin Lucas, Leet, Lincoln County, Logan Banner, Pearl Brumfield, Rector, Thelma Huffman, Toney, U.S. South, Virgie Brumfield, Wayne C. Brumfield, Wealthy Hatfield, West Virginia
An unknown local correspondent from Leet in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on June 6, 1924:
We are having some beautiful weather at this writing.
Most everybody who attended decoration at Rector, W.Va., Sunday, reported a nice time.
Mrs. Edna Lambert made a flying trip visiting the home folks Sunday.
Misses Pearl and Virgie Brumfield, both of Toney, W.Va., went picnicking Sunday at Holden, W.Va., and had a nice time.
Mr. Wayne C. Brumfield was calling on Miss Thelma Huffman Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hatfield has just returned from Huntington, W.Va.
Mrs. Lambert and family from Huntington was visiting on Ugly this past week.
Mr. Clarence Lambert and Irvin Lucas have gone back to their old job at Holden, W.Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Brode Gill were out riding on a hay wagon Sunday.
Miss Hazel Toney and her grandma were out car riding.
____ Toney made a quick trip to Dollie Sunday.
Elza Adkins and Belva Reynolds were out walking Sunday.