Appalachia, Bernice Ward, Carlos Ferrell, Chapmanville, Church of God, Garland Mounts, genealogy, Hallie Godby, Hassell Perdue, Herman Lucas, history, Huntington, Logan, Logan Banner, Logan County, Madison, O.F. Ferrell, Owen Moses, Tollie Ferrell, West Virginia
An unknown correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on February 11, 1927:
Misses Tollie Ferrell and Hallie Godby from Logan spent Sunday with Miss Ferrell’s parents here.
Owen Moses’ parents and sister from Huntington visited him Sunday. They were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hassell Perdue.
It is sad to note the death of the small son of Mr. and Mrs. Garland Mounts. They have our sympathy.
Herman Lucas is spending a few days at Madison.
Carlos Ferrell made a flying trip to Logan Wednesday and hasn’t returned.
Miss Bernice Ward spent Sunday with her mother here.
The revival at the Church of God is still going on. We wish them success.
O.F. Ferrell is still improving over the fall while out hunting some time ago. We wish him quick recovery.
Mrs. Hoover continues ill at this writing. We wish her quick recovery as she has been ill for some time.
T. Lowe, the assessor of this district was a business caller in Logan Thursday.
The power line from Logan has been doing some work in our town for the last few days.
Good luck to the Banner.