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A correspondent named “Pedru” from Whirlwind on Big Harts Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on March 9, 1923:
Thompson Workman has moved back from Mud Fork where he has been living for the past year to his old home on Harts Creek.
Frank and Grover Adams made a business trip to Cherry Tree the latter part of the week.
Evert Workman of Cherry Tree was a business visitor to Whirlwind recently.
Mr. Rush Adams was visiting friends near the mouth of Hoover Sunday.
The singing school on Trace is progressing nicely. Everybody seems to enjoy the teaching of their singing master.
Mr. Charles Mullins of Hoover accompanied Miss Lucy Carter home from singing school Sunday.
Mr. Charles Rineer of Twelve Pole was a business visitor to Whirlwind the latter part of the week.
Mr. Bill Mullins of Buck Fork has moved to Cherry Tree. We miss Bill very much.
Miss Sadie Carter of Hoover is visiting her sister on Twelve Pole.
Some daily happenings—M.J.M. enquiring about Rush; Rosa going to the post office; Isom carrying the mail; Van going to Whirlwind.