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An unknown correspondent from Whirlwind in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on March 8, 1927:
Edward Hensley, the prohibitionist, and Frank Adams, the constable, are constantly on their duty trying to catch all the moonshiners at present.
Anthony Adams of Logan visited relatives at Whirlwind Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Dingess of Whirlwind spent Sunday with their parents at Queens Ridge.
A large crowd visited the Hoover school house Sunday expecting to hear a sermon delivered by Rev. Chas. Curry, but were badly disappointed as Curry was not present.
Daniel McCloud has postponed his singing school, as there are several pupils suffering with smallpox at the place where the school is being taught.
T.H. Adams went through town with a basket in his hand Sunday.
Burl Mullins of Buck Creek spent Sunday on Hoover with his sweetie.
Wilburn Mullins of Mud Fork is still visiting Hoover regularly.
Charley Mullins made a business trip to Twelve Pole Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Mullins made a flying trip to Washington, D.C., last week. Guess they had a message for the President.
Carl Adams is still cold trailing. Carl says he is going to stop if the trail doesn’t get warmer.
Isom Workman was calling on Miss Lucy B. Mullins Sunday.
Miss Lucy B. McCloud of Hoover was visiting her aunt, Mrs. Lora B. Martin, of Queens Ridge Sunday.