Alva Guinn, Appalachia, Arnold Barker, Chapmanville, Della Vanover, Dr. J.T. Ferrell, Ennal Yeager, genealogy, Grover Lowe, Hazel Sanders, history, Logan Banner, Logan County, Maude Fillinger, O.C. Winters, Thelma Scaggs, tuberculosis, Walter Ferrell, West Virginia
An unknown correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on December 14, 1926:
We are having some bad weather at this writing.
Miss Thelma Scaggs seemed to be enjoying herself Sunday evening.
It is sad to tell of the death of Miss Della Vanover who had been ill for some time with tuberculosis. Miss Vanover died at 4:30 Monday morning.
The death angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alva Guinn and took away their small son, aged seven months and seven days.
Walter Ferrell was calling on his best girl Sunday.
The intermediate Sunday school class is progressing nicely since the class has been organized.
…seems to enjoy going to Mr. Toney’s
Arnold Barker and Miss Hazel Sanders seem to be enjoying themselves these days.
There is a large bunch of folks in town with very sore arms since the vaccination for typhoid fever.
Dr. J.T. Ferrell and Miss Maude Fillinger were seen at church Saturday night.
Ennal Yeager had a new girl Sunday.
We are sorry that Grover Lowe has left our town. He has been the superintendent of the Sunday school at the Christian church for the past year. We have had a good Sunday school ever since he has been here. O.C. Winters has taken his place.
Good luck and best wishes to The Banner.