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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 July 9, 1926:
Here we come with a rush and a bound,
No better news from Banco can be found.
Everybody around Banco is lively. A large crowd attended the singing sat this place Sunday.
H.F. Lucas and mother and little sister Jeanne motored to Nellis, W.Va., last Saturday to visit Mrs. Lucas’ brother who is in the Charleston hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Crissie Simmons and children of Glasgow are the guests of Mrs. Simmons’ parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Perry of Vicker’s Branch.
Mrs. Rosa Ellis of Needmore left for Logan Sunday where she spent the Fourth.
Mrs. Ethel Ferrell and daughter of Estep were visiting Mrs. Jno. Hager on Ed Stone Branch last Sunday.
Basil Duty spent Saturday and Sunday in Logan.
John Vance has purchased a new model Ford.
Mr. and Mrs. Okey Justice and little daughter Alice are visiting Mr. Justice’s parents on Elm street this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Varney and children of Manbar were calling on Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duty at Spring Dale Saturday and Sunday.
Wonder what has become of Mr. Bias of Chapmanville that we never see him anymore?
Miss Clara Harmon spent Sunday on Elm street with Miss Marea Lucas. They enjoyed the evening playing music.
Good luck to one and all.