“Blue Eyed Beauty,” a local correspondent at Whirlwind in Upper Hart, Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Democrat printed on Thursday, March 13, 1919:
Peter Hensley purchased a mule of Dave Bryant this week.
Moses Tomblin has purchased the grist mill of James Mullins.
John Dalton had a house raising on Thursday.
Peter Dalton, who spent a week home on furlough from Camp Lee, returned to that place Friday.
Will Tomblin has moved from his farm on Twelvepole to Omar. His mother-in-law will occupy the farm.
Peter Tomblin has purchased the Eli Workman farm and will remove to it in the near future. We understand that Bill Davis will occupy the property vacated by Mr. Tomblin.
W.J. Bachtel began teaching the Dalton school on Monday, but was able to continue but two days on account of sickness.
Tom Mullins and brother, Crit, have moved from Twelvepole to Buckfork.
It is reported that Isaac Collins will set up in the mercantile business.
Miss Kern Carter is visiting with her brother at Williamson.
Alex Tomblin is visiting on Hart’s Creek.
We hear that Mrs. Olive Stollard, an English woman, of Baltimore, Md., who was a former resident of Holden, was at Stonewall Conley’s the first of the week for the purpose of taking Miss Mollie Conley home with her. A grandson of Mrs. Stollard’s married a sister of Miss Mollie.