Appalachia, Dixie Mullins, genealogy, George Mullins, Harts Creek, history, Horatio Rush Adams, Joe Kirk, John H. Mullins, John L. Thompson, Julia Mullins, L.W. Mullins, Logan Banner, Logan County, Miles Browning, Mingo County, Peter Mullins, Ray Browning, Stonewall Workman, Trace Fork, West Virginia, Whirlwind
A correspondent named “Blind Tom” from Whirlwind on Big Harts Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on March 30, 1923:
John H. Mullins of Mingo county was visiting friends here.
Ray Browning sold some fine hogs last week to Joe Kirk and Stonewall Workman.
The stork visited the Workman home and left a fine baby boy.
Several of the young folks attended singing at Trace.
Peter and George Mullins are spending a few days with home folks.
Dr. Lindsey has been called to Hart’s Creek several times in the past month.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Browning a girl baby.
Farmers are working now days and a few are turning ground.
Julia and Dixie Mullins made a flying trip to Trace Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Thompson, Rush Adams and Ray Browning are about to trade mules.
Mrs. Miles Browning visited her sister Mrs. L.W. Mullins last week.