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A correspondent named “Blues” from Leet on Big Ugly Creek in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on September 21, 1923:
We are having some nice weather at this writing and everybody seems to be enjoying life.
School is progressing nicely here under the management of W.J. Bachtel, principal.
Here we come with our bit of news.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Linzie Huffman, a big girl baby.
Mr. James Gill and wife and little granddaughter are spending a few days of their vacation in Salt Rock, West Virginia.
Miss Thelma Huffman, Miss Tinnie Brumfield and some other girls were out car riding Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Betty Hannah has been visiting friends in Leet.
Mr. J.B. Parsley and daughters of Ottawa visited Mr. Huffman Sunday.
Miss Wealtha Lambert and two sisters were out walking Sunday afternoon.
Misses Laura and Edith Frye will give a party Wednesday night.
Mr. Irvin Lucas was calling at the home of Miss Dora Skeens Sunday.
Nora Lucas, Angie Lucas, Clarence Lambert were out horse back riding Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Lizzie Frye visited at Mrs. Huffman’s Saturday evening.
Mr. Walton Payne visited home folks last week.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Hordon, a fine boy baby.
Miss Tillie Lucas has gone back to her work at Hamlin.
Mr. Evert Brumfield is visiting friends and relatives at Leet this week.