Appalachia, Bruce Dial, Bruce Hatfield, Charley Lucas, Edith Frye, Edna Lambert, genealogy, history, Huntington, Leet, Lena Frye, life, Lincoln County, Linnie Dial, Lizzie Payne, Logan Banner, Lonnie Lambert, Ossie Dial, Thelma Huffman, U.S. South, Walter Frye, Walton Dial, Wayne Brumfield, Wealthy Hatfield, West Virginia, Wilbur, Wilburn
An unknown local correspondent from Leet in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on June 27, 1924:
We are at this writing having some beautiful weather.
We are glad to see Mr. and Mrs. Charley Lucas moving back in town again.
Wayne Brumfield and Miss Thelma Huffman were at Sunday school, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Lambert will make their future home at Wilbur, W.Va.
Mr. Walton and Ossie Dial were visitors in Leet, Sunday.
Misses Lena and Edith Frye were out horse back riding Sunday.
Miss Lizzie Payne made a flying trip to Huntington, W.Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hatfield are leaving for Wilburn, W.Va.
Walter Frye was calling in Leet Saturday night.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Dial, a fine girl baby, Saturday night.
Appalachia, Conley School, G.R. Claypool, genealogy, George Tucker Hensley, Harts Creek, history, Isaac Collins, Joe Blair, John Bryant, life, Logan Banner, Logan County, Tom Tomblin, U.S. South, West Virginia, Whirlwind
An unnamed local correspondent at Whirlwind in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on 01 May 1925:
Uncle Tom Tomblin has been very ill for some time.
George Tucker and John Bryant preached a wonderful sermon at Conley school Sunday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Collins a fine baby girl.
G.R. Claypool and Joe Blair have started to build a road down Harts Creek.