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A correspondent named “Peggy” from Big Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on August 31, 1923:
Miss Pauline Mobley has just returned home for a short visit with her mother. She has been attending the College of Beauty Culture in Detroit. She will return to take up her studies sometime this month. She was a guest of her sister in Logan Friday.
Dr. Whitehill will return to his work sometime in September. He is visiting relatives in Ohio. We are anxious for his return.
Mrs. Franklyn McKinney announced the arrival of a son, Franklin, Jr.
Franklyn Estep has a new girl but her name is a secret just now. He was seen with her Sunday night.
Bill Stollings has a new meat market. Seen him driving a calf up Main Street Thursday.
Misses Francis, Lula, Pauline and Myrtle Mobley entertained friends Sunday and Sunday night.
Mrs. C. Clark is the guest of her mother, Mrs. G. Mullins, this weekend.
Mr. Willie Dingess planned a visit to Big Creek but unfortunately the girl ran away. She thought she was too young to receive callers.
Miss Lula Mobley of Logan will accompany her sister as far as Cincinnati on her return to Detroit.
Mrs. Jess Toney entertained friends Sunday. They were out driving Sunday afternoon.
Ott Wilson of Logan and his Packard is seen in Big Creek frequently.
Carlisle Toney was hit by a car Thursday evening.
Rev. Dyke Garrett will hold a basket meeting Sunday, September 2nd. Everybody is welcome to attend.
Ida Mae Agee and Maud Belcher were visitors in Big Creek Friday.
Miss Pearl Mobley and Norma Sanders are visiting Mrs. Albert Hager of Cincinnati this week.
Mrs. Jess Harmon, who was the guest of his mother Monday, has returned to Charleston where he is employed by the C. & O. R.R. Co.