A.F. Carper, Appalachia, Arnold Barker, Bernice Ward, Carlos Ferrell, Chapmanville, Dennis Stone, Dr. J.T. Ferrell, E.J. Toney, Fred Garrett, genealogy, Grace Workman, history, Huntington, Inez Barker, Joe Stone, Kyle Ballard, Lamar Collins, Logan County, Lola Ferrell, Luther Bias, Mabel Ferrell, Martha Dingess, Nora Whitman, Orville Barker, Roanoke, Ruby Saunders, Susie Carper, Virginia, Walter Ferrell, Ward Ferrell, West Virginia, Zeeda Elkins
An unknown correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on June 3, 1927:
Rev. Creeds preached at the Christian church Sunday morning and evening.
Miss Grace Workman left Thursday morning for Huntington where she will spend a few days.
Miss Susie Carper who has been in Roanoke, Va., for the past year returned to her home here this week.
Miss Inez Barker and Mrs. A.F. Carper spent the latter part of the week in Huntington.
Miss Nora Whitman of Man is visiting her sister of this place.
Miss Bernice Ward entertained at her home Saturday evening. Those present were: Ruby Saunders, E.J. Toney, Mabel Ferrell, Inez Barker, Lola Ferrell, Martha Dingess, Zeeda Elkins, Dr. Ferrell, Lamar Collins, Luther Bias, Carlos Ferrell, Walter and Ward Ferrell, Dennis and Joe Stone, Orville and Arnold Barker, Fred Garrett and Kyle Ballard.