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A correspondent named “Chums” from Whirlwind at Harts Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on February 2, 1923:
The post office at Enzelo has been discontinued. Someone will have fun going to Halcyon.
Several families have been attacked with flu and diphtheria in this neighborhood.
Randolph’s visit was very brief. She didn’t talk to suit him.
Why is Troy staying in Cherry Tree so long? Come back, Troy. You’ll receive some warm welcome.
Mrs. C.H. McCloud and three daughters were seen passing down the road yesterday.
Charley Mullins has been on the sick list but is recovering.
Roxie Mullins was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Grover Mullins Sunday.
There was a grand meeting at the Mt. Era church Sunday.
Stonewall Dalton seems real proud of his bride.
Good luck to the Banner.