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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 17, 1927:
Here we are with a little news from our busy town.
Johnnie Workman of Micco is visiting his brother Elias Workman, who is very ill at this writing.
Sunday School is progressing nicely at Trace. We are sorry it will soon close.
Carl Adams was visiting at Mollie Robinson’s Sunday.
No one knows who the two good-looking men were who went up Hoover Sunday. They looked like Mormon preachers.
Alice McCloud was calling on friends at Dixie Adams’s Sunday.
Clinton Adams is calling on friends at Monaville this week.
Mrs. Jane Adams was visiting her daughter of Buck Fork one day this week.
Cole Adams spent Sunday at Hoover.
Daily events: Clinton and his rabbit; Wilburn going to Daniel’s; Rush going to the mail box; Mollie and her turkey.