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A correspondent named “Happiness” from Whirlwind at Harts Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on February 16, 1923:
I think almost everyone welcomed this snowy weather.
Troy Vance and George Carter were visiting friends here last week.
Dewey Pack from Atensville was calling on Miss Roxie Mullins recently.
Charles Mullins has been calling on Miss Eunice Adams.
There was a spelling contest held at the Bryant school house Friday. One hundred and fifty contestants were present. Roxie Mullins won the prize and all present reported a good time.
(“Happiness.” If we would print all the balance of your letter we would be six feet under ground in less time than three days. Please let us live as long as possible and make your letters bristle with real news. –Editor)