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An unknown correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on December 11, 1928:
C.M. Gore was a business visitor in Logan Monday.
Messrs. Ed and Jim Turner with their sister Faye motored to Huntington and back Sunday.
A. Dingess of Mud Fork visited his family here over Sunday.
Our school here is progressing nicely under the management of Professors Dobbins and Rigdon.
Herbert Hager moved to Chapmanville from Cherry Tree Bottom the past week.
A. Dingess and Son are putting in a grocery store at this place.
Mrs. R.S. Butcher visited Mrs. Jno. Bryant Sunday.
Mrs. Hill of Logan is visiting her daughter Mrs. Dyke White of this place.
Misses Thelma Adams and Leora Carter of the staff of clerks of Murphy’s 5 & 10 cent stores of Logan were visiting the former’s mother here.
Lewis Brooks of Monaville was a visitor here over Sunday.
Victor Toney and Abe Dingess attended church at Big Creek Sunday.
Mrs. Ferrell is improving nicely from her serious spell of sickness.
Allen Dingess passed through our town Friday enroute to Mud Fork.