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A correspondent named “I C U” from Whirlwind on Harts Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on March 30, 1923:

We suppose Harts Creek will be wondering who this is writing now.

Mattie Carter was visiting friends Sunday and reported a nice time.

The stork visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Workman and presented them a baby boy.

Eunice and Vernie Farley spent Saturday and Sunday with their grandparents on Hoover.

George Mullins was visiting relatives on Buck Fork Tuesday.

Jesse Carter has purchased a saddle horse.

Miss Roxie Mullins was visiting relatives on Trace Fork Monday.

Mr. Eddie Adams of this community is building a new house on Hoover, where he expects to move.

Frank and Grover Adams made a business trip to Cherry Tree Tuesday.

Miss Norma Adams of Trace Fork is very ill at present.

A stork visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Browning, leaving a baby girl of which they are very proud.

Pink Mullins was out in his Buick a few days ago.

Florence and Dicie Adams were visiting Mrs. Roy Browning Sunday.

Sam Workman was calling on Miss Alice McCloud Sunday.

Good luck to the Banner and writers.