Appalachia, Bob Hale, Brookie Rowsey, Chapmanville, Dr. Ferrell, genealogy, history, Horace Mullins, James Wagner, Leonard T. Hicks, Logan, Logan Banner, Logan County, Martha Whitman, Mt. Gay, Nelson Bentley, Virginia Coberly, West Virginia
An unknown correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on June 29, 1926:
Nelson Bentley passed Mrs. Brookie Rowsey’s and failed to stop. What’s wrong, Brookie?
Mr. and Mrs. ___ Whitman are visiting Mrs. Martha Whitman this week.
Mrs. Horace Mullins and little son of Logan spent the weekend here.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hale of Logan spent the week with Mr. Hale’s mother, Mrs. Wagner.
Mrs. James Wagner, who has been very ill, is much improved.
Leonard T. Hicks of Mt. Gay was calling on his wife here last Sunday.
Miss Virginia Coberly of Logan was a visitor here Sunday.
Daily happenings: Mildred looking for Virgil; Fannie meeting all trains; Minnie and his dinner bucket; Thelma and her mulberries; Grace and her knickers; Gladys calling on Minnis; Dr. Ferrell going to see Miss Queen; Harold and his pony; Nute and his gas station; Fat and his ice cream cone; Diana hoeing corn; Gillia carrying water; Brookie watching for Bentley; Goldie calling on Mildred.