Appalachia, B.H. Snidow, Branchland, Chapmanville, Elbert Jeffrey, Fay Turner, genealogy, history, Huntington, Lamar Collins, Logan, Logan Banner, Logan County, Mary Click, Nora Whitman, singing schools, Susie Carper, teacher, Tom Fowler, Virginia, Wallace Ferrell, West Virginia
An unknown correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on June 3, 1927:
The singing school which is to last for two weeks or more is doing finely. Elbert Jeffrey is the teacher.
B.H. Snidow and family are moving back to Virginia after teaching the term of school here.
Rev. Adkins preached here last Saturday night. He was accompanied by a friend from Branchland.
The roads are improving to some extent.
Lamar Collins is some kid for music. He will probably learn do from ra.
Miss Mary Click has left after teaching the term of school here.
Carlos Ferrell has left our little town, as he is now working in Logan.
Uncle Tom Fowler is on the sick list at this writing.
Miss Susie Carper who has been away at school has returned to her home here.
Miss Nora Whitman was calling on friends in our town Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Fay Turner was visiting her mother Sunday.
Wallace Ferrell of Huntington is visiting friends at this time.