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An unknown correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on May 27, 1921:
Mr. Cleophas Saunders and Sid Croft motored over from Jeffrey Monday to attend to business matters here.
Mrs. George Seagraves was calling on Miss Emma Stowers Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Hewlette Curry of Huntington are spending the week with Mr. Curry’s parents here.
Arnold Saunders, the popular young clerk in the store of Saunders and Barker, was called to his home the first of the week on account of the death of a friend.
Miss Jessie Adkins of Ferrellsburg is staying with her sister, Mrs. Lace Browning, of this place.
Mr. and Mrs. Hewlette Curry were the guests of Mrs. Willard Curry Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. George Seagraves were calling on Mrs. A.H. Curry Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walton Garrett visited relatives at Banco Sunday.
Miss Erie Blevins left Monday for an extended visit with her sister, Mrs. Homer McDonald at Hughey.
Miss Ross Stowers is spending the week with her sister at Peach Creek.
Lacy Ball of Jeffrey was calling on Miss Nellie Barker Sunday.
Jesse Mullins and family were motoring Sunday.
Miss Ida Blevins was calling on Miss Thermal Hainor Sunday afternoon.
Charles Hainor and Howard Barker were out ginseng digging Friday. They made a tour of about twelve miles through the hills and only dug six bunches each. Better luck next time, boys.
Misses Glenna and Ruth Beckett were calling on Miss Opal Bryant Sunday.
Note: This entry was dated May 18, 1921.