Appalachia, Chapmanville, Chapmanville School, Curry, E.P. Stowers, genealogy, Glenna Stowers, Hazel Conley, Helena Pauley, history, Logan Banner, Logan County, Mabel Stowers, Mildred Cobley, Ruth Beckett, West Virginia
An unknown correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on January 23, 1926:
Here we come again from the little town of Chapmanville.
Miss Helena Pauley of Curry is visiting the town of Chapmanville these days.
Misses Glenna and Mabel Stowers and Ruth Beckett of Chapmanville were visiting Mr. E.P. Stowers Saturday and Sunday of last week.
Misses Hazel Conley and Mildred Cobley are going to the post office a sight these days. What’s the reason, girls?
Miss Mildred Cobley looks pleased these days. Guess she has got a fellow.
The autos are not running very much these days as the roads are too bad.
We are going to have a Thanksgiving program at Chapmanville school Friday and wish all would come.
Daily happenings: Mr. McCutcheon and his paddle; Mildred and her old slouchy hat; Hazel and her spit curl; Mabel and her new slippers; Rupert and his new sweater; Blake and his smiles; Ruth and her coat; Clyde and his book; Virginia and her pencil; Thomas and his sweater; Glenna and her tablet; Lillian and her new hat; Manna and his new bucket.