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An unknown correspondent from Stone Branch in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on June 10, 1927:
As we haven’t seen any news from here for a while we will try to write a few items.
The Sunday School is progressing nicely.
Lee Stiltner left Monday for Monitor where he will visit his daughter, Mrs. Sherman Hobbs.
Little Miss Beulah Shackelford was calling on Mr. and Mrs. Withrow Sunday.
William Duty and small son, Billie, Jr., were calling on Mr. Duty’s mother, Mrs. George Duty, Sunday.
Mrs. Osborne of Black Hawk was calling on Mr. and Mrs. Withrow Sunday.
Mrs. Sarah McKenzie of Circleville, Ohio, is visiting her son, Helley McKinzie.
Miss Ella Dean was seen in Stone Branch Sunday. Who was that with you, Ella?
Miss Graham Stiltner is expected to return home in a few days. She has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Hobbs, of Monitor.
Mrs. Sarah Smith was calling on Mrs. George Duty Sunday.
Clyde McKinzie was calling on Miss Louise Wright Sunday.
Rube Wilson is very attentive to his garden.