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An unnamed correspondent from Harts in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on July 17, 1925:
Warren Browning, Harry Curry, John Dalton, Georgia Curry, Everett Adkins and Nessel Curry were seen car riding Sunday.
Tom Brumfield has bought him a Studebaker car and was seen riding Sunday.
Roxie Tomlin was calling on Ireland Mullins Sunday.
Harriet Curry was calling on Jerona Moore Adams Sunday.
Georgia Curry was calling on John Dalton Sunday evening.
George Curry was calling on John Willard Miller.
Wonder why Billy Brumfield is visiting Fry so much?
Warren Browning and Miss Mary Robinson were seen out car riding Sunday evening.
Fisher B. Thompson and Miss Lizzie Dalton were seen out walking Sunday.
Everett Adkins was calling on Miss Josephine Robinson Sunday.
Misses Laura Adkins and Bell Adkins were guests of Mrs. Josephine Robinson Sunday.
Misses Hollena Adkins and Weltha Adams were guests of Mrs. Josephine Robinson Sunday.
Roxie Tomlin, Georgia Curry, Harriett Curry and Nessel Vance were seen out walking Sunday evening.
John Dalton was calling on Miss Susie Adkins Sunday evening.