Appalachia, Beulah Ballard, Broda Johnson, Brook Rousey, Chapmanville, Chapmanville Junior High School, Ed Johnson, genealogy, history, Huntington, Jim Wagner, Logan, Logan Banner, Logan County, O.J. Moses, Susan Lowe, West Virginia
An unknown correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on May 20, 1927:
It seems as though the farmers are not going to raise much this year as the weather is so bad.
The Sunday school is doing nicely. There were thirty-two in the intermediate class last Sunday.
Mrs. Brook Rousey and Mrs. Jim Wagner spent Sunday in Huntington.
Joe Turner is on the sick list at this writing.
Edd Johnson was called to Huntington to see his father who is quite ill.
O.J. Moses who has been here for some time has returned to his home in Huntington.
Mrs. Susan Lowe is on the sick list at this writing. We wish her quick recovery.
Miss Broda Johnson has returned to Logan after a few days’ visit with Miss Beulah Ballard.
The Junior high school pupils seem to be well pleased over getting their diplomas. We wish them success.
Good luck to The Banner.