Appalachia, Brook Whitman, Chapmanville, constable, Dallas Toney, Dr. Ferrell, Dry Creek, Fay Turner, Frank Adams, French Dingess, G.F. Lowe, G.S. Chapman, genealogy, Henry Samson, history, J.W. Barker, John Ellis, Lackey Dingess, Logan Banner, Logan County, Mont Phipps, Newt Muncey, Orville Barker, Stollings, West Virginia, Whirlwind, Willie Gore, Yantus
An unknown correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on July 30, 1926:
Frank Adams of Whirlwind was here Tuesday. Frank wants to be constable this time.
John Ellis was here Monday. John is meeting with some surprises in this end of the county.
Orville Barker is visiting the Rev. G.F. Lowe of Stollings this week.
The Happy Circle picnicked again Sunday on Chapmanville mountain in honor of Miss Fay Turner, who is visiting here this week from Dry Creek.
Brook Whitman, while in bathing the other evening, received a painful bruise caused by his head striking a rock.
Stiltner & Bellamy have just completed a new garage for Dr. Ferrell.
Dallas Toney is head clerk at the G.S. Chapman store this week.
Quite a lot of our people were attending court this week as witnesses in the case of Henry Samson et al. vs. Willie Gore.
French Dingess of Yantus was transacting business here Tuesday.
Mont Phipps got the cane, Lackey Dingess the Brown Mule tobacco and it is not decided yet who gets the manicuring set, but it lies between Newt Munsey and J.W. Barker.