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An unknown correspondent from Queens Ridge (Harts Creek) in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on May 13, 1927:
Mrs. Paralee Browning and Garnet Mullins of Lower Hoover were the evening guests of Cecil McCloud Sunday.
Ireland and Carl Mullins went up Hoover late Sunday enroute to Troy Town.
Mrs. Belle Dora Adams is going to have a son-in-law, some one said. Gee, the girls will have to quit flirting with Charley.
Lucy McCloud was visiting her aunt Mrs. Garnet Martin here Saturday.
R.L. Martin was renewing old acquaintances on Jonas Branch.
Howard Adams made a business trip to New Orleans. Many tears were shed on account of his own absence.