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An unknown correspondent from Whirlwind in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on June 28, 1927:
Sidney Mullins and Fred Adams of Buck Fork were visiting on Hoover Wednesday.
Clinton Adams has just returned from a business trip to Monaville.
Wonder if Maudie and Dixie found the two lost boys Sunday?
Burl Mullins seems to enjoy going to Hoover nowadays. Wonder why?
Cole Adams was calling on his girl on Hoover Sunday.
Carlos Adams seems to be awfully down-hearted. Cheer up, Carl. He won’t be back.
Carl Adams is taking his vacation this week.
Mollie Robinson is very ill at present.
Things Seen Daily: Lucy looking for Cole; Carl and his blues; Burl and his straw hat; Philip and his green hat; Mae and her pumps; Lucy and her smiles; Parlee and her brown dress; Wilburn and his straw hat; Lucy wondering why Cole hasn’t come; Dixie and Maudie looking down hearted.
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