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A correspondent named “Daisy” from Leet on Big Ugly Creek in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on October 26, 1923:
We are certainly having some nice weather at this writing.
Miss Thelma Huffman has returned home from her week’s vacation on Coal River, visiting friends and relatives.
Mrs. Lillie Curry entertained company Sunday, Mr. Nelson.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brumfield spent a few days at Leet, W.Va., visiting the old folks.
The big revival meeting will begin Sunday at Leet.
Mr. John Gartin of Hart held meeting at the Lucas school building Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Lizzy Huffman were seen out car riding Sunday.
Miss Lennie Brumfield were calling on Miss Lambert Sunday morning.
Miss Lillie Lucas visited home folks Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Misses Everett Paisley were the guests of Miss Huffman Sunday.
Mr. Lonnie Lambert was calling at the home of Miss Edna Brumfield Sunday.
One of Sam Lambert’s horses fell dead while hauling on the road Wednesday.
Miss Thelma Huffman and Miss Edna Brumfield were shopping in Logan last Saturday.
Miss Minnie and Maud Frye were out horseback riding Sunday.
Miss Gertie Smith went chestnut gathering yesterday.
Miss Nora Lucas seems to be enjoying herself fine these days.
We’ll leave the rest for White Hill.