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An unknown correspondent from Big Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following news, which the Logan Banner printed on February 23, 1923:
Big Creek comes this week with lots of snow and ice.
Mrs. Lizzie Saunders was out skating this evening.
Mr. George Lilly has been on the sick list but is improving nicely.
Mr. Bill Vance and Sherman Lilly paid Limestone a visit Saturday night. Think they will both be married to some of the good looking girls of Limestone City soon.
Mr. Luther Elkins of Ethel is visiting his parents at Big Creek.
Mr. Dick Justice of Henlawson paid the Star Theatre a visit Thursday. He is still with his old pal.
Misses Martha Elkins and Minnie Lilly received some wonderful Valentines last week, we hear.
Big Creek is growing better and better looking every day. our streets are of pure mud. Come on and help us sing the blues.
Mrs. Mary Abbott is on the sick list this week.