Albert Bragg, Appalachia, farming, Foster Sperry, genealogy, Godby Crossing, Hamilton S. Spears, Hamilton Spears, history, John Sperry, Kentucky, Laurel Fork, Lincoln County, Logan County, Merlin Spears, Relle Point, Sherman Adkins, Spears, West Virginia
A correspondent named “Lonesome Kid” from Spears in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Lincoln Republican printed on December 16, 1920:
Farmers are busy gathering corn in this section.
Rev. H.S. Spears and Rev. John Sperry are conducting a meeting at Godby Crossing this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Spears and Mrs. Albert Bragg were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Foster Sperry Sunday.
Class meeting was conducted at Laurel Fork Sunday. The “old time religion” is much in evidence there.
Mrs. Albert Bragg who has been visiting her parents here the past week will leave Thursday for her home at Relle Point, Ky.
Merlin Spears has purchased a new Edison machine.
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Adkins of Logan county were the guests of the latter’s grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Spears, last week.