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A correspondent named “Pedru” from Whirlwind at Harts Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on February 23, 1923:
Mr. Hubert Adams of Monaville has been visiting friends and relatives on Hart this week.
Miss Katie Baisden became the bride of Mr. Golden Bumgarner on Wednesday, the ceremony being at the home of the bride’s parents. We wish the happy couple much success and joy.
Wonder why the girls enjoy riding with Wilburn Mullins so well? He surely has a good saddler.
Ratio must be thinking of matrimony. He is wearing a thinking cap.
Mr. Reece Mullins and Mr. James Bryant have been visiting the sick on Three Forks.
Some daily happenings—Wayne and his pipe; Farabel C. and her spectacles; Ina D. and her overalls; Peter Carter making toothpicks; Jim Bob inquiring about Alvis; Harve Smith and his fox hounds.