Alice McCloud, Appalachia, Buck Fork, Cecil Workman, Cherry Tree, Dicie Adams, Eddie Adams, Eunice Farley, Florence Adams, Frank Adams, genealogy, George Mullins, Grover Adams, Harts Creek, history, Hoover Fork, Jesse Carter, Logan Banner, Logan County, Mattie Carter, Norma Adams, Pink Mullins, Roxie Mullins, Roy Browning, Sam Workman, Trace Fork, Vernie Farley, West Virginia, Whirlwind
A correspondent named “I C U” from Whirlwind on Harts Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on March 30, 1923:
We suppose Harts Creek will be wondering who this is writing now.
Mattie Carter was visiting friends Sunday and reported a nice time.
The stork visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Workman and presented them a baby boy.
Eunice and Vernie Farley spent Saturday and Sunday with their grandparents on Hoover.
George Mullins was visiting relatives on Buck Fork Tuesday.
Jesse Carter has purchased a saddle horse.
Miss Roxie Mullins was visiting relatives on Trace Fork Monday.
Mr. Eddie Adams of this community is building a new house on Hoover, where he expects to move.
Frank and Grover Adams made a business trip to Cherry Tree Tuesday.
Miss Norma Adams of Trace Fork is very ill at present.
A stork visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Browning, leaving a baby girl of which they are very proud.
Pink Mullins was out in his Buick a few days ago.
Florence and Dicie Adams were visiting Mrs. Roy Browning Sunday.
Sam Workman was calling on Miss Alice McCloud Sunday.
Good luck to the Banner and writers.