Appalachia, Chapmanville, Cleveland, Devona Butcher, Everett Fowler, G.S. Ferrell, genealogy, George Hensley, Gladys Bryant, Green Simms, Guy Dingess, history, Jim Bryant, Logan Banner, Logan County, Millard Brown, minister, Mont Coal, Newport News, Oscar Langdon, Pearl McCloud, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia
A correspondent named “Two Chums” from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on February 17, 1922:
The Chapmanville school is progressing nicely.
Mr. Guy Dingess was calling at G.S. Ferrell’s Sunday.
I hear Miss Devona Butcher is going on the stage for an actress next year.
Miss Gladys Bryant returned from Newport News recently.
Mr. Oscar Langdon is looking hungry now days.
Mr. Millard Brown and Miss Pearl McCloud seemed to be enjoying themselves out walking Sunday.
Green Simms arrived Saturday evening from Camp Dix, N.M.
Mr. Jim Bryant had a 75 cent smile on when he came in the theatre Saturday night.
Mr. Everett Fowler is going to take a journey to Mont Coal in a few days.
Mr. George Hensley has taken a flying trip to Cleveland, Tenn. to graduate and become a minister.