Appalachia, Chapmanville, Dr. J.T. Ferrell, Emmett Raines, genealogy, Gladys Lowe, Grace Workman, Grover Lowe, history, Jim Turner, John F. Ferrell, Logan Banner, Logan County, Minnie Workman, Stollings, Victor Toney, Virginia, Watta Workman, West Virginia, Willa Lowe
An unknown correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on January 28, 1927:
Here we come with a few items from Chapmanville.
Chapmanville isn’t anything but a mud hole nowadays.
Mr. John F. Ferrell from Virginia was visiting relatives in our town for the past week.
Grover Lowe from Stollings attended Sunday school here last Sunday. Everyone was pleased to see him.
Dr. Ferrell and Miss Collins were seen at church Sunday morning.
Emmett Raines was calling on Miss Willa Lowe Sunday.
Watta Workman, Miss Gladys Lowe, Jim Turner and Miss Grace Workman attended church Sunday night.
Daily happenings: Inez teaching school; Mabel going to the post office; Lamar calling on Maude; Walter going to see Carrie; Victor Toney and his smiles; Beulah and her toboggan; Minnie Workman and her spit curl; Wetzel calling on Callie; Brook looking for Nelse; Dennis and his sweetie; Ward looking for Bernice.
Good luck to The Banner.