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An unknown correspondent from Chapmanville, West Virginia, offered the following news, which the Logan Banner printed on January 4, 1924:
As every one else has quit writing I will take up my old job.
Mrs. Jim Barker and daughter Zell were visiting in Chapmanville Sunday.
Mr. Floyd Barker and Miss Lizzie Mounts seemed to enjoy themselves at the depot Sunday.
Miss Fannie Brown spent Xmas in Huntington. She reported a good time.
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Mounts are again back home after a visit in Charleston.
Mrs. A.K. Bowling and daughter Bess was shopping in Logan Monday.
Mr. Clinton Ferrell is spending his vacation here rabbit hunting.
Miss Inez Barker looks down-hearted now days. Cheer up, Inez. You may get a letter some day.
Mr. Earnie Ward sure enjoys going to Peach Creek. Would like to know what the attraction is.
Mr. Mont Tabor left Wednesday for Gicetto, W.Va. after spending a few days with friends here.
Mrs. Burl Elder of Peach Creek was visiting relatives here Wednesday.
Boys, but we would like to know what has become of Ima Nutt. We haven’t heard from him for so long.