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An unknown correspondent from Banco on Big Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on June 18, 1926:

A singing service was given at the Banco school house last Sunday by Prof. Albert Estep of Limestone. A very good crowd attended. All reported an enjoyable day.

Mr. R.L. Lucas and daughter Beatrice of Pumpkin Center attended singing at Banco last Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ferrell and little son Johnnie returned to their home at Huntington last Sunday by motor after a few days visit with Mrs. Ferrell’s parents on Big Ugly.

Wonder why Jesse Justice was looking so downhearted last Sunday evening? She’s gone, Jess, but she’ll come back.

Misses Pearl Hager and Opal Workman were the evening guest of Miss Maria Lucas last Sunday.

Wonder whose girl Hassel Vance was flirting with last Sunday? Be careful Hassell. Seybert might get mad.

Peter Pinder was seen going through Banco last week enroute to Big Ugly.

J.A. Stone returned to his home at Banco last Sunday after a few days in Huntington.

Mrs. R.S. Pardue of Big Creek was a business caller at Banco last Tuesday evening.

Mrs. J.A. Thomas and son Virgil of Estep was the Sunday and Monday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Stone, at this place.

Miss Clara Harmon of Banco was a shopper in Big Creek last Thursday.

Fred Lowe of Kleenkoal who has been ill for a few weeks has returned to his home on Ed Stone Branch near Banco.

Mrs. Robert Chapman of Estep was a business caller in Banco last Tuesday.

Mr. Earl Justice of Whitman attended the singing school at Banco last Sunday and was also the guest of homefolks on Elm street.

Mrs. Polly Ellis of Big Creek, formerly of Estep, is visiting with her brother D.H. Harmon at Banco this week.

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hager of this place were calling in Big Creek last Sunday morning.

Mrs. Rosa Ellis of Needmore was the guest of Mrs. D.H. Harmon last Monday and Tuesday.

Frank Chapman returnred from Hamlin to his home in Estep via Banco last Monday. There must be some attractions up there, such as the beautiful milkmaids, etc.

Mr. H.F. Lucas made a flying trip to Chapmanville last Sunday evening. Wonder if he saw Tiny?

Mrs. D.H. Harmon and Mrs. J.W. Hager of this place were the guests of Mrs. J.A. Varney of Thomas Circle last Saturday and were served with a nice chicken dinner.

Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Stone and children of Blair were the guests of Mr. Stone’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Stone, at this place last Sunday.

Mrs. Hattie Varney and daughter Nellie and Mrs. Etta Thomas and daughter Hazel, all of Thomas Circle, were callers in Banco last Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Lucas were calling on Mrs. D.H. Harmon last Saturday.

Good luck to The Banner.