Andrew Adkins, Appalachia, board of education, Charleston, Cora Adkins, Dallas McComas, deputy sheriff, Ed Brumfield, Fed Adkins, genealogy, Harts, Harts Creek District, Hendricks Brumfield, Herb Adkins, history, Hollena Ferguson, Huntington, Jessie Brumfield, John Gartin, John McEldowney, justice of the peace, Lincoln County, Logan Banner, Man, road supervisor, Sand Creek, Verna Johnson, West Hamlin, West Virginia
An unknown correspondent from Harts in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on January 28, 1927:
When you are lonely and sad,
Read The Banner it will make you glad.
Edward Brumfield is very much pleased since he has been appointed deputy sheriff at Harts.
Hendrix Brumfield is our road supervisor in Harts Creek now.
Justice of the Peace John Gartin was looking after important business in Harts Saturday.
Board of Education of Harts Creek district met at Harts Saturday to hire some more teachers to fill vacancies in the schools. A large crowd of people was present.
Fred Adkins went through Harts on a mule Saturday morning. Wonder what’s the matter?
Misses Jessie and Verna Brumfield spent Friday and Saturday shopping in Huntington.
Herbert Adkins was in Hamlin Monday on business.
John McEldowney of Charleston was the recent guest of Miss Hollena Ferguson at Harts Saturday.
Miss Cora Adkins was the guest of friends at Sand Creek Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Adkins of Man spent several days visiting friends at Harts.
Mrs. Dallas McComas spent Sunday with homefolks at West Hamlin.