Alice Dingess, Anna Adams, Appalachia, Bob Dingess, Eunice Adams, Evert Hager, genealogy, Geronimo Adams, Harts Creek, history, Hollena Dingess, Ida Dingess, Kate Baisden, Logan Banner, Logan County, Mattie Adams, Ora Mullins, Pitt Branch, Trace Fork, West Virginia
A correspondent named “Dot” from Harts in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on October 6, 1922:
Miss Ora Mullins is very ill at this writing. Her friends earnestly hope for her speedy recovery.
Miss Hollena is conducting a good school on Trace.
Trace is very longely since Anna and Nora left. Come back, girls.
The teachers in this town take their pipes to school. Wonder what for?
Jerona Adams was calling on Misses Eunice and Mattie Adams.
There is going to be a wedding on Trace soon. Get the bells ready.
Miss Ida Dingess had a caller Sunday.
Miss Anna Adams had a caller Sunday, Mr. Evert Hager, of Pitt Branch.
Robert Dingess was calling on Miss Katy Baisden one evening this week.
Mrs. Alice Dingess has purchased a Buick car.