Appalachia, Big Creek, Cecil Hager, Charles Harmon, genealogy, Georgia Thomas, Guyan Valley Drug Store, history, Huntington, Linnie Workman, Logan, Logan County, Nannie Lilly, Nannie Mobley, Susie Harmon, Tom Vance, Wert Ellis, West Virginia
A unknown correspondent from Big Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following news, which the Logan Banner printed on September 12, 1924:
Big Creek is still on the go-go-go.
A large crowd attended the basket meeting on North Fork Sunday.
One of our Big Creek boys, Mr. Tom Vance was injured badly by falling from a telephone pole Sunday.
Mrs. Linnie Workman of this place is moving to Stone Branch.
Mr. Cecil Hager and Miss Nannie Lilly attended the basket meeting Sunday.
Mr. Charles Harmon and Miss Mobley were seen talking once more.
Mrs. Nannie Mobley is purchasing her a new home in Huntington.
Mr. Cecil Hager will leave for Logan September 12, where he will take up clerking in the Guyan Valley Drug store. Won’t Nannie be lonesome.
Miss Susie Harmon left for Huntington Sunday to attend school.
Mr. Wert Ellis and Georgia Thomas were seen out car riding Sunday.
Daily happenings–Pearl S. and drug store; Bill and his keys; Oran and his straw stack; Pearl going to see Tom; Mae and her sweetie; Gladys and her traveling case; Nannie and her dust; Cecil and his Lollipop; Lucile and her slippers; Susie and her chewing gum; Nealin and the chickens; Norma and her Gray; Myrtle and her sun grins.