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A correspondent named “Black Eyes” from Leet on Big Ugly Creek in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on August 10, 1923:
Mr. Linzia Huffman has returned to Logan to his same job.
Mrs. Lillie Huffman is on the sick list.
Lawrence Toney, son of John Toney, died Sunday evening at 5:30, July 28. Dear old Aunt Susie Lucas, age 80, died August 2, 9:30 A.M. The baby son of Dutch Lucas [Burnie Lucas] died August 3, 5:30 P.M. All died of cholera morbus. They were laid to rest in the Lucas cemetery. They will be missed by their many friends.
Miss Thelma Huffman has purchased a fine Victrola.
Thelma Huffman entertained a large number of friends Sunday with her music.
Mr. Albert Gill is putting up a nice dwelling house.
Miss Alvis Walls of Huntington is the guest of Laura Lucas this week.
Charley Lucas and daughter of Lundale have been visiting friends on Lower Fork.
There will be a big meeting at Leet in the grove on the 4th Sunday. There will be eighteen baptized. Everybody come.
NOTE: “Susie Lucas” was a daughter of John H. and Rachel (Haskins) Brumfield.