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An unknown correspondent from Harts Creek in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on December 12, 1924:
Mrs. Hollena Ferguson has sold her sheep and is going to buy her a fine Buick car and she has employed Mr. Wesley Ferguson for her chauffeur.
Herbert Adkins has purchased his bride a fine car and bought her a fine automobile coat to go riding in.
Mrs. Nerve Brumfield was over at Harts shopping last week.
Mrs. John Hite is Hollena Ferguson’s milk maid at present.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Adkins, two fine twin boys Monday, December 1st. The father is very proud of his boys.
Herbert Adkins has hired Robert Robinson to do his janitor service.
Charley Brumfield paid George H. Adkins a visit last week.
Misses Sallie and Dixie Adkins are the champion spellers of Harts Creek.
Ward Brumfield and John Hite paid Robert Brumfield a visit last Sunday.
Floyd Dingess and Homer Tomblin were visiting Lilly and Harriet Curry last week.
John Dalton and Miss Nervie Tomblin were out horseback riding last Sunday.
Mr. Irv Tomblin is entertaining G.W. Ward this week.
Mrs. Lizzie Tomblin has sold her geese to Benjamin Adkins and is going into the poultry business.
Enoch Adkins was seen in Harts Monday with his mule team.
Mrs. Belle Adkins has got in a fine lot of Christmas toys.
Mrs. Laura Adkins and her two daughters paid Mrs. Belle Adkins a visit last Sunday.
George McComas has employed Hendrix Brumfield to run his school.
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An unknown correspondent from Whirlwind in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on August 14, 1928:
Charley Gore of Chapmanville was a business visitor to Harts Tuesday.
Mrs. Cora Robinson of Mt. Gay is visiting relatives at Whirlwind this week.
Mrs. Nerve Adams of Switzer is visiting her daughter at Queen’s Ridge for this week.
Mrs. Mary Honaker of Mt. Gay was visiting her sister of Hoover this week end.
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An unknown correspondent from Queens Ridge (Harts Creek) in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on September 3, 1926:
We are having much rainy weather at this writing.
David Dingess made a business trip to Chapmanville Monday.
Miss Inez Barker of Chapmanville has been visiting Miss Ula Adams of Queen’s Ridge for the past week.
Sidney Mullins made a flying trip to Logan last week.
Edward Brumfield and Enos Dials of Harts were the guests of Misses Inez and Lucy Dingess Saturday and Sunday.
The people of this place enjoyed a fine meeting Saturday and Sunday when fine sermons were delivered by Rev. I.M. Nelson and Revs. J.W. Renfroe and Short from Ashland, Ky. There were a number of conversions.
Ward Brumfield, deputy sheriff of Lincoln county, attended church here Sunday.
Mrs. Rosa Workman of Mud Fork was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Sol Adams last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Harris of Mud Fork were visiting relatives of Smoke House Fork, Sunday.
Miss Maudie Adams and Rachel Keyser were seen out walking Sunday.
R.L. Dingess is teaching school at Bulwark this year. We wish him much success.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Adams are raising water melons this year.
Times are very lively on Trace now since Mr. Dials made a visit up the left fork.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dingess, a fine son, named J. Cary Dingess.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Farley made a trip to Roach last week, visiting the former’s parents.
Wonder why so many boys visit Mr. Baisden’s now?
Cole Adams looks lonely these days. Cheer up, Cole. Bessie has come back again.
Wonder who the barber is on Jonas Branch nowadays?
Some combinations: Howard and his wash bowl and pitcher; Liza and her flowered dress; Ewell going to Harts; Maudie and her powder puff; Kate and her bobbed hair; Sally and Bunt packing beans.
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An unknown correspondent from Whirlwind in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on December 6, 1927:
Miss Gertrude Clendenin has just returned from Ohio where she has been visiting her parents.
Wilburn Mullins made a business trip to Dingess Monday.
Elias Workman made a business trip to Charleston last week.
Daniel McCloud was a business caller in Logan Monday.
Frank McCloud made a visit to Hoover one night last week.
Anna Mullins of Twelvepole was a visitor of Harts Sunday.
Curtis Hamlin is on the sick list this week.
Joe Martin and family of Buck Fork motored to Hoover Sunday.
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An unknown correspondent from Banco on Big Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on October 8, 1926:
Everyone is very busy in Banco at this writing.
Everything sure is lively around this town as there are three sawmills on the Ed Stone Branch.
L.P. Swentzel of Huntington who is working for the McClintock Field Company was calling in Banco last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Stone of Blair were calling in our town one day this week.
Wonder if Hassell Vance likes taffy? We believe he does as he has been visiting the taffy mill real often.
Miss Fannie Brumfield of Trace Fork left for her home at Harts Saturday accompanied by her grandmother.
Miss Eva Ellis of Ellis Fork was a business caller in Banco last Tuesday.
Miss Gladys Ferrell and two sisters of Henlawson are visiting relatives on Ed Stone Branch this week.
J.W. Thomas and son Arnold returned from a peddling tour at Peach Creek, Logan and Aracoma.
Wonder which H.F.L. likes best: the North Pole or the ‘ville?
Mrs. Anna Duty and small daughter returned from Logan where she has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Robert Varney.
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An unknown correspondent from Banco on Big Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on September 14, 1926:
Everything is quiet in Banco at present. The traffic cops are getting some rest this week as traffic is not so thick as it was last Sunday.
Billy Lilly and Miss Louise Pardue of this place, Miss Emma Bell and Miss Stevens of Big Ugly all motored to Needmore Sunday to church.
Mr. H.F. Lucas of Elm street motored north last Sunday. Wonder why?
Misses Marea Lucas and Clara Harmon of this place made a business trip to Big Creek last Saturday.
Mr. Journey Ferrell of Banco was the Saturday night guest of his brother Elbert Ferrell of Estep.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Ellis of Logan attended the basket dinner at Needmore last Sunday.
Mr. Roma Estep and cousin of Hurricane were the Monday night guests of his brother in Banco.
Mr. and Mrs. F.L. Estep and children of this place motored to Hart last Sunday evening.
Among those who were the guests of Mrs. B.R. Lucas Saturday night were: Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Mullins and her boyfriend of Huntington. They also attended the basket meeting at Needmore on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ferrell of Huntington were the Saturday and Sunday guests of Aunt Rispa Stone on Ed Stone Branch.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hager of Big Creek were the all night guests of Mrs. Jno. Hager at this place last Wednesday.
Wonder why Basil Duty of Spring Dale looked so blue while Miss Ruby McGraw of Logan was in town. Bob was all smile, Basil.
Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Ellis sure did do their bit for the meeting at Needmore last Sunday. They spread two large tables with good eats and invited everybody to partake.
Mr. and Mrs. Brewster of Whitman was visiting their uncle, Mr. John Justice, of Elm street the last weekend.
Mrs. C.E. Justice’s grandmother of Fallsburg, Kentucky, has returned home after an extended visit on Elm street.
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An unknown correspondent from Harts in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on August 5, 1927:
Hurrah! Here comes Harts again!
H.R. Adkins was transacting business in Logan, Monday.
Miss Cora Adkins of Huntington spent the weekend with home folks here.
Cheer up, boys. The flapper from Big Creek will come again.
Mrs. Verna Johnson of Columbus, Ohio, was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Chas. Brumfield, here over Saturday and Sunday.
Howard Stone of Huntington was calling on friends in Harts, Friday.
F.B. Adkins was looking after business matters in Huntington, Saturday.
Miss Pauline Scites of Huntington was calling on Mrs. Jessie Brumfield here Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John McEldowney and children of Charleston are here visiting friends at present.
Miss Ethel Brumfield was the guest of Mrs. Robert Dingess at Logan last Saturday.
Mrs. Jessie Brumfield and Pauline Scites and Fred Shelton were calling on Miss Sylvia and Vesta Cyfers at Gill Sunday and were accompanied by Nye Rooper of St. Albans.
George Midkiff is our new operator here this week.
Jack Marcum of Hamlin was in town Sunday.
Daily Happenings: Fred in his new car; Inez in her sleeveless dress; Catherine and her pipe; Herb and his bill book; Hendrix and his mail; Clara crying; Blanche flirting; Jessie and Pauline in Bessie’s fine new Oakland coach; Ed with his tax books.
Dear old Banner, goodbye, see you some time again.