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A correspondent named “The Two Gypsies” from Stone Branch in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following “colored” news, which the Logan Banner printed on July 28, 1922:
The ladies helping hand club spent the day in prayer services led by Sister Mollie Claton. We had a good and successful service.
Mrs. Genoa Page has been on the sick list for a few days. She went to the Kessler hospital Monday but she is at home again.
Mrs. Hazel Smith and Miss Bessie Burney have returned home again.
Mrs. Lucy Woodie has been on the sick list for a few days.
Mrs. Mary Coltrane made a visit here last week.
Mrs. Tom Smoot of Madison was visiting church Sunday.
Mr. A.J. Dickerson went to Huntington last week to take Nathaniel Hogans to the hospital. He is home now and is somewhat improved.
Elizabeth Dickerson and Georgia Smith went to Sunday school Sunday. The Lesson was discussed by Bro. Craddock, the teacher.
Mrs. Mary Hudson is visiting Mrs. Mollie Clayton.
Mrs. Della Ferguson and daughters were seen at the carnival. We hope they had a nice time.