A.M. Dial, Appalachia, Chapmanville, Christian Church, Ellen Conley, genealogy, George Raines, Greenway McCloud, Hazel McCloud, Henry Hughes, history, Huntington, Katie Chapman, Lamar Collins, Logan Banner, Logan County, Mattie Owens, Wattie Workman, West Virginia
An unknown correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on January 18, 1927:
Here comes some very interesting news from the little town of Chapmanville.
Rev. A.M. Dial of Huntington is holding a short revival at the Christian church at this writing.
We are sorry to announce the death of George Raines who was instantly killed Friday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. by a train. His family has our sympathy. He was 63 and is survived by his wife and ten children.
The death angel visited the home of Henry Hughes Monday night at 10:00 p.m. and took away his mother Mrs. Ellen Conley.
Wattie Workman was calling on Miss Gladys Lowe Sunday afternoon.
Greenway McCloud and Miss Katie Chapman were all smiles Sunday. Cheer up, Virginia. Katie may not be holding such a hand yet.
Combinations: Inez and her tobacco; Beulah and her spike heels; Bernice and her hat; Wetzel going to see Callie; Miss Collins attending Sunday school; Julia and her spit curl; Maranda and lip stick; Ruby and her rolled hose; Hazel McCloud and her pretty waves; Minnie and her galoshes; Wattie calling on Gladys; Rupert falling down; Lamar Collins singing his favorite song, Bye-Bye Blackbird; Dr. and his wheel; Mrs. Mattie Owens and her boyish bob.