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J.M., a correspondent from Whirlwind in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on April 24, 1914:
People of this locality have begun farming.
John M. Workman, of McVeigh, Ky., is visiting his brother, Wm. at this place.
Peter Mullins returned to his work at Barnabus Monday.
Miss Inez Maggard is very ill at this writing. The cause of her sickness was an operation performed at a Welch hospital.
John Carter and wife, of Rowdy, were visiting friends at Whirlwind on Tuesday last.
M. Tomblin, a noted tobacco salesman of Danville, Va., passed through here Sunday.
Miss Georgia Mullins, of Shively, were shopping here Monday.
Thomas Carter transacted business at this place Monday.
Mrs. Robert Mullins was visiting friends here Tuesday.
Crockett Farley is hauling goods for the Whirlwind Mercantile Co.
Mrs. Peter Mullins called on Mrs. Georgia Mullins the first of the week.
Miss Julia Mullins was shopping at this place Tuesday.
Sol Adams, Sr. made a business trip to Logan one day last week.
C.W. Mullins called at Whirlwind Tuesday.
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An unknown correspondent from Harts in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on December 3, 1926:
Oh, gee! Look what is at Harts. Nothing but mud and raining.
Mrs. Dallas McComas of Harts was the guest of her mother of West Hamlin on Thanksgiving.
Edward Brumfield was looking downhearted Sunday. Cheer up, Edward. Your girl will soon return.
There was great excitement in Harts Friday. Fred Adkins’ dog died.
Miss Sylvia Cyfers of Gill was the guest of Miss Jessie Brumfield at Harts Saturday.
Chas. Brumfield was transacting business matters in Logan last week.
Mrs. Nora Brumfield is progressing nicely with her school at Harts.
All the people in Harts are anxious to read The Banner.
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An unknown correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on March 11, 1921:
The Chapmansville school is progressing nicely under the management of J.W. Batchel and Robert Vickers and Miss Eliza Garrette.
Some of the girls are looking to get plenty of boys in school, especially Miss Wanda Ferrell and Lola Ferrell. “Come on, Mr. Wayne,” is what Wanda says.
Mr. Steward can’t cobble shoes to do any good any more for the girls of Chapmansville.
Mr. Bob Hale bought in three fine Holstein cows from Ravenswood.
Mr. Edward Turner is swinging the girls now.
Mr. Charles Farrette of Big Creek is attending school now.
Miss Wanda Ferrell of Big Creek is going to be baptized Sunday.
Chapmansville is coming out of the kinks. She is going to organize a baseball team under the management of W.J. Bachtel.
Wayne Brown is getting sporty lately. He is sweeting the girls on candy, especially one on Big Creek.
Billy Carper and Jonnie Fry have no girls now. They visit the school house often. Cheer up.
Chapmansville is on a boost now. A soda fountain came in today for W. Conley and Hot Springs Bryant.
Six houses are being built in this village at present for Peter Ferrell.
Miss Eliza Garrett, who is teaching the primary department at Chapmansville, visited her home folks Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Howard Barker and John Dent, who have been working at Big Creek, returned to their homes Saturday. They claim they have been exposed to measles.
Mrs. George Seagraves, who is teaching the primary department at the Barker school, says she will finish her school upstairs on account of her room being cold. She is behind three weeks. Miss Emma Stowers is principal, her term for this year closing March 9th.
Miss Emma Stowers and Bertie Barker attended church at the Lane Sunday.
Miss Bessie Barker, who has been visiting her homefolks for the past week, returned to her work at Logan Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Homer attended church at Lane Sunday.
Mrs. Ed Haner is on the sick list.
Misses Myrna Sanders and Nora Stollings attended church at the Lane Sunday.
Mr. Lacy Browning is on the sick list. The attending physician says he is threatened with fever.
The Farmers Telephone Company of this place have rebuilt their line and we hope that adjoining lines will do likewise.
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J.M., a correspondent from Whirlwind in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on February 20, 1914:
Business is dull in this section.
S. Riddell left Thursday for New York City.
Miss Belvia Mullins is visiting friends at Canterbury this week.
Peter Mullins left Tuesday for Oilville where he will engage in the carpenter’s trade.
Singing school is progressing nicely under the skillful management of Rev. Chas. Curry.
A large crowd attended church at Hoover Sunday.
J.H. Workman has accepted a position as clerk in S. Riddell’s store at this place.
Sam Mullins returned to his work on Pond Creek Monday.
Miss Julia Mullins was shopping at Pink Mullins’ Saturday.
Charley Mullins is on the sick list this week.
Mrs. Jno. McCloud died at her home on Twelve Pole Friday and was buried in the McCloud cemetery.
Lawrence Mullins and Barney Carter are getting out a fine lot of telegraph poles at this place.
Mosco Mullins died here last Wednesday. Fits was the cause of death.
Burglars made a raid on James Mullins’ store a few nights ago; names of visitors not learned yet.
John Carter is furnishing the town with coal this winter.
Miss Burlie Riddle is teaching school on Hoover.
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An unknown correspondent from Whirlwind in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on October 29, 1926:
Roses on my shoulders, slippers on my feet.
I am a lonely damsel from Whirlwind. Don’t you think me sweet?
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bradshaw of Logan are visiting friends of Hoover.
Major Adams and son Howard made a flying trip to Logan Monday.
Anthony Blair of Mud Fork is visiting friends here for a few days.
David Dingess made a flying trip to Logan Friday.
John Haynes was calling on Miss Thelma Dingess Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dingess were the guests of Mrs. David Dingess Sunday.
Mrs. Mollie Mullins of Mud Fork returned home Sunday after a two week visit here.
Miss Olve Adams was the guest of Mrs. Robert Dingess Thursday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Mason Adams, a fine boy.
Misses Inez and Lucy Dingess were shopping in Whirlwind the latter part of the week.
Everette and Gillis Adams passed through Whirlwind Monday in their Flint enroute to Logan.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kinser, twin girls.
Sunday school is progressing nicely on Trace, with three teachers, Mrs. Alice Dingess, Mrs. Major Adams, and Mr. Rush Adams.
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Adams made a business trip to Logan Monday.
Buster Blair visits the post office too often. Say, Buster. Has she written you yet?
We are listening for the wedding bells to ring on Trace, especially on the Jonas Branch.
Wonder why Maudie looks so lonesome these days? Cheer up, Maudie. Maybe he won’t forsake you.
Wonder why Tom Workman visits grandma’s so often these days?
Cecil Brumfield has purchased a new car.