Anna Brumfield, Appalachia, Bessie Adkins, Carmus Adkins, Christmas, Cora Adkins, Curry Branch, Enos Dial, Fisher B. Adkins, Fred Adkins, genealogy, Harts, Harts School, history, Hollena Ferguson, Inez Adkins, J. Johnson, Jessie Brumfield, Lincoln County, Logan, Logan Banner, Mud Fork, Rotie Farley, Susan Virginia McEldowney, teacher, Watson Adkins, West Virginia
A correspondent named “Harts Hiccobughs” from Harts Creek in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following news, which the Logan Banner printed on December 7, 1923:
___ ks and light brown curls, __amonds, teeth like pearls.
___ Dingess was calling on Miss ______ Brumfield Sunday afternoon.
__on Adkins and Miss Cora __ were shopping in Logan Saturday.
___ of Logan was the guest ___ Jessie Brumfield Sunday.
__ why all the boys have forgotten ___ Curry Branch.
Susan Virginia McEldowney __ has been visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Hollene Ferguson, __.
__ Brumfield has returned __ a visit with relatives in __.
Jessie and Anna Brumfield __ Adkins were seen out horse back riding Friday.
Fisher B. Adkins has been __ for the last two weeks.
__ and Mrs. Herbert Adkins is busy preparing for the Christmas holidays.
The school at Harts is progressing nicely with J. Johnson teacher.
Enos Dials seems to be very __ old coals have been kindled on __ Creek.
__ Rotie Farley and Carmus Adkins of Mud Fork have been visiting here recently.
Combinations: Inez going to the ___; Anna and Robert out walking; __ and her powder puff; Bessie and her bobbed hair; Cora and her curls; Herb and his bath robe; Watson and his pipe; Fred and his coal bucket; Billy and his horse; Johnny and his frock tail coat; Pearl writing letters; Tom going down the road.
NOTE: Part of this page of the newspaper is torn and some words are missing.