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An unknown local correspondent from Ranger in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on May 7, 1926:
Rocks and mountains may divide us,
Ten thousand miles apart,
But the Banner is written in golden
Letters and stamped upon my heart.
Mrs. Lizzie McClellan was calling on her mother, Mrs. Jim Fulks, Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Ena McCoy is on the sick list at this writing. We hope for her a speedy recovery.
Scott Adkins of Huntington was calling on Miss Mary Estep Sunday.
Everybody seems to welcome spring with a glad heart, as they are all busy farming and seem to enjoy it.
I wonder what has become of Wilbur and Lyburn writers. Can anyone tell?
Born to Mr. and Mrs. C.C. McCoy April 27th, a son. The little youngster weighs 9 pounds and will go by the same of Ernie.
Roy Fulks returned from Williamson Sunday after a visit of several days. He says he would rather grub than drive a taxi.
Mrs. Lawrence Cook was visiting Mrs. C.C. McCoy Friday evening.
Mrs. Albert Hull of Robinette was visiting her brother Monday, Mr. C.C. McCoy and family.
With love to The Banner.
Note: This blog post is dedicated to the memory of my late friend, Mr. Harold Ray Smith.