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A correspondent named “Little Ted” from Whirlwind at Harts Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on January 19, 1923:

Mr. Robert Dingess is conducting a good school on Pond.

Miss Hollena Dingess is enjoying school teaching now. Wonder why?

Suppose the Big 4 Taxi arrives now. Remember, they are acquainted with Harts Creek?

Miss Weltha Hensley made a flying trip to Whirlwind last Friday.

Mr. Robert Dingess calls on Miss Anna Brumfield now.

The singing school is progressing nicely at present.

Harts Creek has a number of mechanics and carpenters. They are completing a cornstalk fiddle at Dave Dingess’.

They are arranging for a millinery store on Trace.

Ora Tomblin was calling on his best friend Sunday.

They are arranging for a party at Mrs. Belle Adams’ school. The air will smell of pumpkin pie then.

Yes, Harts Creeker. “More pud.”

Lula Whitt is some little vamp of this place.