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Correspondents named “Blue Eyes” and “White Rose” from Whirlwind at Harts Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on January 26, 1923:
We all certainly like the good old Banner.
Mr. Charley Mullins is visiting his sister at Peach Creek this week.
Mr. Albert Mullins is starting up a big job on Buck Fork. Boys, maybe he will give you a job.
Mr. Alex Adams was seen in our town last Sunday.
Mr. Roy Browning was visiting his family here Sunday.
This is a nice place at Trace Fork now while the singing is going on.
Alex Adams is a new visitor on Hart this week.
Alvis Maynard is taking a hand in the singing school.
David Dingess is learning to sing fast.
Peter Mullins is singing for Sunday.
George Workman left the Branch the other day and came back again.
Hush Pink cranked up his one hand car and went to Logan Tuesday.
Crockett built a new hog barn the other day.