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An unnamed correspondent from Queens Ridge in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on August 7, 1925:
David Dingess was transacting business in Logan Monday.
E.F. Scaggs was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Dingess Thursday.
Tom Brumfield was calling on Miss Thelma Dingess Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dingess were seen out car riding Sunday.
Misses Inez and Lucy Dingess were visiting their grandmother Sunday and were accompanied by Miss Ula Adams.
Misses Harriet and Georgia Curry and their niece attended singing school at Harts Sunday and reported a good time.
Mr. John Wysong of Logan has been visiting relatives of this place for the past week.
Mrs. Cinda Collins left early Monday morning on the Huntington train for Hinton where she will spend a few days with her daughter.
Mrs. Missel Dingess has been visiting her mother at Roach, W.Va., for the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thompson were visiting the latter’s mother Sunday.
Mr. Jake Workman was calling on Miss Dixie Mullins Sunday.
Mr. John Yurkanin and Hulet Blair were the dinner guests of Mrs. Alice Dingess while enroute to Ashland, Ky.
Sidney Mullins made a flying trip to Logan Saturday.
Lawrence Mullins is building a new dwelling house.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Adams were the guests of the former’s mother Sunday.
NOTE: Queens Ridge is located in Wayne County; the post office served Upper Hart during the 1920s.