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In April of 1929, the Logan Banner profiled numerous prominent African-American residents of Logan County, West Virginia.
MRS. WILLA LIPSCOMB DEERING
Teacher, Lundale Stowe School
Graduate West Virginia State College; has done summer work in the same institution and Columbia University; member West Virginia State and National Teachers Associations. She has taught for fourteen years in Logan county, twelve of which has been engaged in her present position. Mrs. Deering has a splendid record of achievement in her labors, seeing the result of her efforts in the growth and improvement of the community. She is thorough and precise in her work and is numbered in the profession among the best grade teachers. Because of her labors among the people, she holds a large place in their affections and esteem.
Source: Logan (WV) Banner, 16 April 1929