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A correspondent named “For-Get-Me-Not” from Enzelo on Harts Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on September 1, 1922:
Wonder what is wrong with Ruth?
Mr. James Baisden and Miss Pearly Ornton were out walking Sunday.
Welthy and Rosie Mullins were seen horse back riding Monday afternoon.
Misses Almeda Baisden, Roxie and Welthy Mullins went to Hearts to church Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Mullins gave an apple peeling Thursday night. All reported a good time.
What’s “Black eyes” so downhearted about?
Bruce Conley and his little brother were the guests at Roxie’s home Saturday.
The Mount Erie Sunday School will go to Pumpkin Center for the first Sunday in September on a picnic.
Roxie Mullins was Mr. and Mrs. Ben Browning’s guest recently.
Van Mullins, who has been on the sick list for some time, is recovering fast.
Albert Mullins was seen passing through here whistling.
Welthy Mullins has a new Beau. He’s rather cute, don’t you think so?
If the goat doesn’t eat this, I’ll come again.