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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 October 5, 1926:
Among those whom Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Justice took out for a joy ride last Sunday were: Mrs. R.L. Lucas and children, Mrs. Francis Lucas and daughter, Angie, Lucille Vickers, Fannie Brumfield and Marea Lucas.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Varney and children left for their home at Mud Fork accompanied by Mrs. Varney’s mother, Mrs. Annie Duty and children of Spring Dale last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Den Gillenwater and sons, Virgil and Wandal and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hager of Big Creek were the Saturday night and Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Hager of this place.
Basil Duty sure is popular around Banco and Estep. He has two or more girls in each town.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ballard and children motored through Banco Sunday enroute to their home at Danville.
Mr. and Mrs. B.E. Ferrell and children of Mt. Sinai were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kenner Reeder at Big Creek Sunday.
Mrs. Amanda Justice and two children, Mason and Marsella Adkins of Elm Street were visiting Aunt Ann Duty at Spring Dale Sunday afternoon.
Miss Marea Lucas made a short call in Banco last Sunday.
Those who were calling on Mrs. D.H. Harmon last Sunday were Mrs. Sallie Lucas and Mrs. Mary Hager.