A.J. Thomas, Appalachia, Banco, Big Creek, C&O Hospital, C.C. Varney, Chapmanville, Edward Ferrell, Flora Lucas, genealogy, George Chafin, Gill, history, Huntington, J.B. Lucas, J.B. Thomas, Jack Hager, Logan, Logan County, Madeline Varney, Minta Jeffrey, Myrtie Lucas, Myrtle Lucas, Nell Marie Gill, Pearl Harmon, Ted Hager, West Virginia
An unknown correspondent from Big Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on February 7, 1928:
Mrs. Pearl Harmon has been in the C. & O. hospital at Huntington but is home again.
Little Nell Marie Gill has returned home again from a visit with her grandmother at Gill.
Mrs. Minta Jeffrey of Banco was a business caller here today.
Geo. Chafin and A.J. Thomas of Logan were Big Creek callers Thursday.
Mrs. C.C. Varney and daughter Madeline were calling on Mrs. Myrtie Lucas Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Flora Lucas was the pleasant guest of Mrs. Myrtle Lucas one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hager and son Jack are visiting friends and relatives at Banco this week.
J.B. Lucas made a business trip to Chapmanville Saturday.
Edward Ferrell is store clerk in the Hunter store at present. Be careful, girls, and don’t stay too too long when shopping.
J.B. Thomas was a business caller in Logan this week.