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An unknown correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on May 20, 1927:
Miss Inez Barker, president of the Young Peoples’ class of the Christian Sunday school, delightfully entertained the class at her home Saturday evening. Those present were: Lola Ferrell, Martha Dingess, Gladys Lowe, Bernice Ward, Beulah Ballard, Hazel Saunders, Ella Toney, Mabel Ferrell, Dr. Ferrell, Lemar Collins, Kyle Ballard, Burva Crace, Ernest Ward, Dallas Toney, Ward and Walter Ferrell, G.W. McCloud and Arnold Barker. All reported a wonderful time.
Rev. Screeds preached at the Christian church Sunday morning and Sunday evening.
Miss Ruby Saunders spent the week end at Big Creek.
Carlos Ferrell made a flying trip to Phico Sunday.
Miss Eva Barker of Henlawson was calling here Monday afternoon.
B.H. Snidow returned Monday after a business trip to Roanoke, Va.