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An unnamed correspondent from Whirlwind on Big Harts Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on April 8, 1927:
We are having some very fine weather at this writing and everybody is preparing for farming.
Tucker Hensley of White Oak was a visitor to this creek Saturday.
Ireland Mullins was calling on his best girl on Hoover Saturday.
James Thompson has returned from his honeymoon trip, and everybody is wondering why he is looking so blue.
William Mullins was the guest of Daniel McCloud Saturday afternoon. The whole family were glad to see him back after his long absence.
We are listening for wedding bells to ring on Buck Fork. Hurry up, Fred.
Jesse Carter of Monaville was visiting relatives on Hoover Saturday.
George Adams is attending to business at Logan this week.
Howard Adams was visiting on Hoover Sunday.