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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 27, 1926:
Roses are red, violets are blue,
Banco girls are always true.
Forrest Barker of Charleston and Miss Hazel Sanders of this place were joy riding last Sunday afternoon.
B.R. Lucas and son Fred motored to Chapmanville last Wednesday.
Jesse Justice has obtained a new job. Hope he’shaving much success.
Mrs. Mary Hager of Lynn street was the dinner guest of Mrs. D.H. Harmon last Sunday.
Miss Ruby Sanders of this place was visiting relatives in Huntington and Barboursville last week.
Miss Mary Thomas of Estep and Miss Lucas and little sister Jean of this place were the Sunday evening guests of Clara Harmon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hager of Big Creek were the guests of Mr. Hager’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hager at this place last Wednesday night.
J.H. Pardue of Huntington motored to Banco last Sunday evening.
Mrs. Maggie Adams of Big Creek was seen going through Banco one day last week in her new car.
Mrs. E.C. Varney and children of Elm street were calling on Mrs. J.A. Stone at this place last Wednesday afternoon.
Wonder if Gardner Baisden still helps the women saddle their horses? Always be good to Sarah, Gardner.
Mr. and Mrs. R.S. Pardue and children of Big Creek motored to the home of Mrs. Pardue’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.V. Lucas on Trace Fork last week.
H.F. Lucas was very busy last week. He sure believes in making hay while the sun shines.
Basil Duty sure does like to go to Big Creek to church. One girl at a time is enough for Basil.
J.W. Thomas and daughter Mary of Estep were the dinner guests here of Mr. Thomas’ sister, Mrs. D.H. Harmon, last Wednesday.
Daily happenings: Hub and his dinner pail; Basil and his mule; Fred and his Ford; Jesse and his peddling wagon.
Success to one and all.