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An unknown correspondent from Ranger in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on January 13, 1928:
We have been neglectful in our writing, but our town is still on the map and our memory still lingers on the dear old Banner.
We are glad to say the cold spell has passed and the weather is more agreeable.
Cecil Estep of Peach Creek met with an accident Saturday morning, losing two fingers.
B.E. Smith of Peach Creek was calling on Miss Mary Estep Sunday.
Barney Saunders of Hubball was seen in our town Monday.
Golden Saunders was the pleasant guest of Miss Opal Adkins Wednesday evening.
John Estep was visiting his sister of Peach Creek this week.
L.C. Hatfield was a business visitor in Hamlin Monday.
Misses Freeda and Olive Adkins were seen in our town Saturday.
M. Frazier who visited homefolks at Stollings last weekend, returned to his work Monday.
Cecil Kidwell was seen in our little town Monday. Dorothy was smiling out loud.
Irma was looking for Paul Saturday evening. Irma, Golden hasn’t purchased his 1928 license is why he didn’t come.
Rufus Hatfield was calling on Miss Dova Adkins Sunday.
News is scarce this week but look out for Ranger next week.
Wedding bells were not heard this Christmas, but listen for them next Christmas. This is leap year, boys.
Best wishes to The Banner and its many readers.