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A correspondent named “Candy Ankles” from Stone Branch in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on June 23, 1922:

Mr. Forest Evic and Miss Ethel Ellis were calling on Mr. and Mrs. Wert Ellis Sunday.

Mr. Wert and Miss Marie Ellis and Miss Alberta Jackson were in _athing Sunday evening.

Mr. Wert Ellis has purchased a new porch swing.

Rev. L.J. Jackson of Accoville preached a very interesting sermon here Saturday and Sunday nights.

Mr. L.J. Jackson and his daughter Miss Alberta Jackson are visiting Mr. Wirt and Miss Marie Ellis of Stone Branch.

Mrs. Marie Ellis and Alberta her sister were at church Sunday night.

Mr. Forrest Evic and Miss Ethel Ellis were calling on Mrs. Wirt and Marie Ellis Sunday afternoon.

Rev. L.J. Jackson returned to his home at Accoville Sunday evening.