Anna Brumfield, Appalachia, Belle Adams, Bob Dingess, Dave Dingess, fiddle, genealogy, Harts Creek, history, Hollena Dingess, Logan Banner, Logan County, Lula Whitt, Ora Tomblin, singing schools, Weltha Hensley, West Virginia, Whirlwind
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.