Clipped From The Charleston Daily Mail
| Youth Drowns In Nicholas I SUMMERSVILLE — A former Kanawha County youngster arownea yesteraay aiiernoon while swunming with friends in Hominy Creek near his home at Mount Nebo, Nicnolas County, state pouce said. Troopers said the' body David Wayne Legg. 16. was re ; covered from about 12 feet of water, six miles south of Sum - mersville. Legg was a former resident of Cedar Grove in Kanawha County. ; Lege attended Nicholas Coun ty High School at Summersville arid was a member of the Cedar Grove Baptist Church Surviving: parents, Robert R. Legg of . . Mount Nebo ; . Mrs. Joyce a. wee of Charleston: brother, Robert Ray. Legg at home; grandparents, Mrs. Mabel Legg of Cedar Grove and iMts. riUDy laric ot snaron. Service will be 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Cook Funeral Home at Cedar, Grove with the Rev: Ross C. - Harnson officiat ing. Burial will be.. in' Montgo - mery Memorial rars at LOn Friends mar call after 7 p.m. toaay.