Appalachia, Charley Mullins, Clinton Adams, genealogy, Gillis Adams, Grover Adams, Harts Creek, history, Hoover Fork, Ivy Baisden, James Baisden, Joe Kirk, Joe Martin, John Carter, Jonas Branch, Liza McKenzie, Logan Banner, Logan County, Mollie Robinson, Randolph Baisden, West Virginia, Whirlwind, Wilburn Mullins
An unknown correspondent from Whirlwind in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on November 19, 1926:
Grover Adams was seen out getting his peddling load. We all wish him good luck.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. James Baisden, a fine girl, November 11th, named Ivy.
Joe Martin and Joe Kirk were business visitors at Mollie Robinson’s Thursday night.
Wilburn Mullins was the early bird on Hoover Saturday. Come again, Wilburn. But not so early.
All the people will live on Hoover for a while as John Carter has beef for sale.
Clinton Adams seemed to be all smiles Sunday. Surely, Clinton, Liza is on Jonas Branch yet.
Gillis, come back. The girls are all hungry to see the new Willys Knight.
Charley Mullins wore a nice grin on his face Sunday night. Look out, everybody. Something is going to happen.
Ezra, come back. We hope you won’t have bad luck all the time.
Wonder if Randolph Baisden got all the chicken he wanted Thursday night?
Wonder who the youngsters are that visit the left fork of Hoover so often.
Some Combinations: Pearl and her blue dress; Charley and his wooden chain; Lucy and her beech nuts; Alice and her shoes; Grover and his dogs; May and her apple butter.