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An unnamed correspondent at Whirlwind in Upper Hart, Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on Friday, August 18, 1911:
The recent dry weather is doing considerable damage to crops in this section.
Peter Mullins and Jno. Carter were business callers at Whirlwind on day recently.
Miss Shirley Collins were shopping at Whirlwind, Thursday.
Tone Bryant was among the Whirlwind visitors Friday.
James Tomblin of Queen’s Ridge was visiting his brother, William Tomblin, Thursday.
Quite a crowd of ginseng diggers passed this place Monday en route for Island Creek.
Jerry Sias is doing Mullins & Riddell’s hauling from Dingess to Whirlwind.
James Mullins was calling on Miss Georgia Lowe Saturday and Sunday.
Rev. Jno. Mans preached an interesting sermon at this place Sunday.
Misses Georgia Lowe and Nila Baisden were calling on Miss Roxie and Margaret McCloud, Sunday.
Miss Oma Workman returned home from Breading Sunday where she has been staying with Mrs. Pearl Perry.
George Browning and Miss Gypsie Riddell were united in marriage last Friday at the bride’s home.
Miss Pollie Tomblin is very low with consumption at this writing.
Reece Dalton is hauling ties for Mullins & Riddell.
James Mullins and Luke Curry were among the box supper visitors at McCloud Saturday night.