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An unknown local correspondent from Banco in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on April 16, 1926:

The wedding vows were solemnized between Mr. Okey Justice of Banco and Miss Nola Drake of Manila last Sunday evening. Rev. Elijah Pauley officiating.

Rev. White of Henlawson was the pleasant guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Varney of Thomas’ Circle last Saturday night and Sunday. Everyone was expecting a good meeting at Thomas’ Circle last Sunday. On account of the epidemic of measles.

We wonder why the Sheik was walking the streets Sunday and Monday wearing the snappy tailored suit.

Mrs. Etta Thomas and daughter Hazel of Thomas Circle were visiting the former’s father Mr. Joseph Vickers last Sunday and Monday, who is very ill at this writing. Mr. Vickers is making his home at present with his daughter, Mrs. Walton Garrett of Curry.

Mrs. R.L. Lucas and children of Pumpkin Center were the pleasant guests of friends and relatives on Elm Street last Saturday, Sunday, and Monday.

Miss Ida Thomas of Maubar was the Sunday guest of Mrs. Ella Gillenwater.

Rev. Hugh Duty of Coal River was visiting his aged mother Friday who is seriously ill at the home of his brother, Charles Duty, of Spring Dale.

Miss Gay Pettit of Braxton county, former teacher of Banco schools, but who is teaching in the Daisy school, was shopping in Logan last Saturday.

Master Berthold Thomas of Estep is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Stone, of this place this week.

Mr. Robert Gullett, Misses Luoesa Pardue, and Ethel Gullett were out joy riding last Sunday.

E.C. Varney and Jesse Justice of Manbar were calling on homefolks near here Sunday.

Mrs. J.Q. Adams of Big Creek was the all night guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henley Hager, at Manila last Monday.

Miss Minerva Vannatter of this place left for her home on Big Ugly last Tuesday.

Wonder why W.H. Vickers never visits the Banco school anymore? Call again, Willie. You’re always welcome.

H.F. Lucas of Elm street entertained some of the young folks last Friday night in Banco, with a lot of interesting quaint and picturesque views of Hawaii’s fields of rice, pineapples and bananas, and many other interesting scenes of Hawaii.

Wonder why Ted Hager went to meet the down train last Sunday morning? We imagine it was to meet his affinity.