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An unknown correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on August 26, 1927:
The intermediate class of the Christian Sunday School motored to Blair Mountain Sunday where they enjoyed a picnic. Those enjoying the affair were: Mr. J.H. Barker, teacher; Misses Bernice Ward, Mabel Ferrell, Inez Barker, Oline Curry, Minnie Ferrell, Vivian Ferrell, Sarah Ferrell, Martha Dingess, Hazel McCloud, Lorena, Walton, Miss Rhoades, Lola Ferrell, Julia Ferrell, Beulah and Margaret Ballard, Dr. and Mrs. Ferrell, Paul Winter, Kyle Ballard, Ward Ferrell, Carlos Ferrell, Lamar Collins, Arnold Barker, Tracy Vickers, Dennis Stone, Joe Stone, Orville Barker, G.W. McCloud, G. Fowler, Bud Waugh, and Charley Garrett.
A wonderful time was reported.
Misses Ruby and Hazel Saunders of Big Creek were visiting here Saturday.
Mrs. A.F. Carper is visiting relatives in Montgomery at the present time.
Mrs. H.T. Toney who has been visiting relatives in Flatwoods returned to her home here Saturday.
Miss Tollie Ferrell of Logan spent Sunday here with homefolks.
Mrs. D.R. Hilton is visiting relatives at Price, W.Va.
Mr. Conley of Peach Creek was calling on Miss Barker Saturday evening.
Mrs. Lettie Munsey is conducting a revival at the Church of God. We hope she will be very successful.
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An unknown correspondent from Banco on Big Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on July 13, 1926:
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Varney and children of Thomas Circle attended the singing school at Banco last Sunday conducted by Prof. Albert Estep of Limestone.
Mr. and Mrs. T.D. Butcher and children of Wilkinson motored through Banco Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hager of Banco left for their home in Big Creek Monday.
Charlie Stone of Blair was the all-night guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Stone at this place last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Vance and children motored to Hamlin in their new Ford last Tuesday.
J.A. Pardue and sister-in-law, Miss Sylvia Hinds, of Huntington motored to Banco last Sunday were the all-day guest of Mr. Pardue’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pardue.
Rev. Jeffrey of Chapmanville was visiting his mother, Mrs. Minta Jeffrey, near Banco last week.
Spring Dale is getting livelier every day. W.M. Gullett has purchased a new truck to haul lumber.
Misses Hazel and Ruby Saunders spent the Fourth in Logan.
Miss Ollie and Mattie Varney and Irene Lunsford were calling in our town one evening last week.
H.F. Lucas, mother, and little sister Jeanne Eleanor returned from Nellis, W.Va., Monday. Mrs. Lucas reports her brother, C.A. Justice, who recently removed from Charleston hospital where he was operated on for appendicitis, is getting along nicely.
Mrs. Polly Ellis of Big Creek and Miss Cornell Chapman of Estep and Dr. Ferrell of Chapmanville were out motoring last Wednesday.
Luther Bias of Chapmanville sure does think a lot of the girls as he had three in his little Ford last Monday evening. Be careful, Bias. Don’t get too many. Someone might get jealous.
Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Lucas spent the Fourth of July with Mr. Lucas’ aunt, Mrs. Sarah Ferrell at Chapmanville.
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An unknown correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on June 3, 1927:
Rev. Creeds preached at the Christian church Sunday morning and evening.
Miss Grace Workman left Thursday morning for Huntington where she will spend a few days.
Miss Susie Carper who has been in Roanoke, Va., for the past year returned to her home here this week.
Miss Inez Barker and Mrs. A.F. Carper spent the latter part of the week in Huntington.
Miss Nora Whitman of Man is visiting her sister of this place.
Miss Bernice Ward entertained at her home Saturday evening. Those present were: Ruby Saunders, E.J. Toney, Mabel Ferrell, Inez Barker, Lola Ferrell, Martha Dingess, Zeeda Elkins, Dr. Ferrell, Lamar Collins, Luther Bias, Carlos Ferrell, Walter and Ward Ferrell, Dennis and Joe Stone, Orville and Arnold Barker, Fred Garrett and Kyle Ballard.
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An unknown correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on February 25, 1927:
William Workman, son of Golden Workman, is improving since the operation for side pleurisy. He was brought here from a hospital at Huntington. The nurse, Miss Collins and Dr. Ferrell, are caring for him.
Cecil Shuff and Miss Bena Robertson from Peach Creek spent Sunday with Mrs. Nettie Ballard here.
Paul Winters who is attending school at Huntington spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents at this place.
Miss Marea Lucas spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents at Banco.
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Duty and family from Westerly are visiting friends at this time.
Short Lucas was seen in our town Sunday. Wonder for whom he was looking?
O.J. Moses has left for Huntington where he will spend a few days with his parents.
B.C. Ferrell and family spent Sunday with homefolks.
Combinations: Miss Collins and Dr. Ferrell visiting the sick; Hazel and her new dress; Fred J. going up the branch; Arnold and his smiles; Kyle looking downhearted; Wetzel calling on his girl; Ward and Paul out walking; Red and his boots; Mary looking for Vanzel.
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An unknown correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on January 28, 1927:
Here we come with a few items from Chapmanville.
Chapmanville isn’t anything but a mud hole nowadays.
Mr. John F. Ferrell from Virginia was visiting relatives in our town for the past week.
Grover Lowe from Stollings attended Sunday school here last Sunday. Everyone was pleased to see him.
Dr. Ferrell and Miss Collins were seen at church Sunday morning.
Emmett Raines was calling on Miss Willa Lowe Sunday.
Watta Workman, Miss Gladys Lowe, Jim Turner and Miss Grace Workman attended church Sunday night.
Daily happenings: Inez teaching school; Mabel going to the post office; Lamar calling on Maude; Walter going to see Carrie; Victor Toney and his smiles; Beulah and her toboggan; Minnie Workman and her spit curl; Wetzel calling on Callie; Brook looking for Nelse; Dennis and his sweetie; Ward looking for Bernice.
Good luck to The Banner.
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An unknown correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on January 4, 1927:
Umbrellas over our shoulders,
Mud all over our feet.
Ask a Chapmanville tax payer
Where is the nice paved street!
We hope every one has enjoyed Christmas, as it only comes once a year.
We surely have been having some rough weather. It seems as though Chapmanville is going to be overflown by water, if it keeps on raining.
Miss Opal Johnson who has been at Huntington for some time spent Christmas with her parents at this place.
Mr. and Mrs. B.E. Ferrell spent the weekend with home folks here.
Mr. Walter Ferrell seems to enjoy going up to Mr. Raines these days.
The Sunday School seems to be progressing very nicely since Mr. O.C. Winters has taken charge.
Miss Willa Lowe and Emmet Raines were seen out walking Sunday evening.
There were new pupils at Sunday School Sunday. Come again boys. We are glad to have you. Everyone is welcome.
We wish Mr. G.R. Lowe of Stollings would visit us again. He was our Sunday School teacher and Superintendent for almost two years.
Dr. Ferrell and the family are visiting home folks for the holidays.
Blake Bently who shot off two of his toes some time ago will soon be able to get out again.
Miss Thelma Scaggs seemed to be downhearted Sunday. Cheer up, Thelma. You may win him back.
Mrs. Ellen Conley still continues seriously ill.
Miss Goldie Rowsey has returned from Ohio where she has been staying for some time.
While out hunting Monday morning, Mr. O.F. Ferrell fell and hurt himself very badly. We wish him quick recovery.
Good luck to The Banner.
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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 14, 1926:
We are having some bad weather at this writing.
Miss Thelma Scaggs seemed to be enjoying herself Sunday evening.
It is sad to tell of the death of Miss Della Vanover who had been ill for some time with tuberculosis. Miss Vanover died at 4:30 Monday morning.
The death angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alva Guinn and took away their small son, aged seven months and seven days.
Walter Ferrell was calling on his best girl Sunday.
The intermediate Sunday school class is progressing nicely since the class has been organized.
…seems to enjoy going to Mr. Toney’s
Arnold Barker and Miss Hazel Sanders seem to be enjoying themselves these days.
There is a large bunch of folks in town with very sore arms since the vaccination for typhoid fever.
Dr. J.T. Ferrell and Miss Maude Fillinger were seen at church Saturday night.
Ennal Yeager had a new girl Sunday.
We are sorry that Grover Lowe has left our town. He has been the superintendent of the Sunday school at the Christian church for the past year. We have had a good Sunday school ever since he has been here. O.C. Winters has taken his place.
Good luck and best wishes to The Banner.
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An unknown correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on November 30, 1926:
Just a little news from Chapmanville to let the people know it is still on the map; yes, and deep in the mud.
We hope everyone had a nice Thanksgiving. It seems that everyone in town had turkey for dinner. I mean all but me; I had a few burnt beans seasoned with groundhog grease. Wasn’t that fine?
Stewart Nelson from Huntington has been visiting in our town for the past week.
Everyone seemed to enjoy going to the show, as it was the first one in our town for some time.
Someone was mistaken when they thought Dr. J.T. Ferrell was the colored actor.
Walter Ferrell was calling on Miss Carrie Raines Sunday.
Miss Grace Workman was the most popular girl in our town. She received a beautiful chinaware set.
Paul Winters, who is attending high school at Huntington, spent Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O.C. Winters of this place.
Miss Fay Turner, who is attending school at Huntington, was with her mother for Thanksgiving.
Ward Ferrell and Miss Bernice Ward seem to be enjoying themselves now days.
Vanzel Bentley escorted Miss Beulah Ballard home from the show Saturday night.
Mrs. Helen Fitzpatrick from Huntington was the weekend guest of her mother, Mrs. Ruth Carter.
I guess the girls broke Bill’s kodak and that is the reason why he hasn’t taken any more pictures.
Wetzel Raines was calling on Miss Callie Ferrell Sunday.
Good luck and best wishes to the Banner and its readers.
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An unknown correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on February 25, 1927:
The revival meeting which had been going on for the past two weeks closed Sunday night.
The Chapmanville school gave a very interesting patriotic program Tuesday afternoon. Everyone seemed to enjoy it immensely.
Dr. J.T. Ferrell returned Monday after spending the week end in New Haven.
Robert Carter of Huntington is visiting his mother here at the present time.
B.H. Snidow made a business trip to Logan Saturday.
Miss Eva Barker was seen on our streets Saturday.
Mrs. Click of Ravenswood spent the week end in Chapmanville with her daughter, Mary Click.
Our school nurse, Miss Collins, spent the week end in Charleston.
Miss Ruby Saunders spent Sunday at Big Creek with her parents.
Kyle seems rather downhearted here of late. Wonder where the little school teacher is?
Daily scenes: Jane and her curls; Kyle going to the offfice; Neolen and her sweater; Vanzel on his way to Chapmanville; Miss Click singing, “Bye, Bye Black Bird”; Inez on her way to school.
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An unknown correspondent from Harts in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on October 22, 1926:
Grover Gartin of Ranger was calling on Miss Nola Adkins Sunday.
Herbert Adkins was transacting business in Huntington Monday.
Ward Brumfield was looking after business matters in Hamlin Tuesday.
Earl Wysong and Miss Bertha Haines of Logan were visiting friends and relatives at Harts Saturday and were entertained by Miss Jessie Brumfield.
Miss Cora Adkins spent Sunday at Gill.
Mr. and Mrs. Toney Johnson of Columbus, Ohio, spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Chas. Brumfield of Harts.
Mrs. Ellis Hans Isaac of West Hamlin was calling on friends here Sunday.
Miss Pauline Scites and little sister Virginia of Huntington were the guests of Miss Jessie Brumfield Sunday at Harts.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dingess of Whirlwind passed through Harts Saturday evening enroute to Logan.
Jack and Mary Marcum of Ranger were in Harts Sunday.
Mrs. C.C. Pack and Miss Jessie Brumfield and little sister, May Zell, attended the funeral of Mrs. Wesley Tomblin, which took place at the Browning cemetery on Harts Creek Tuesday.
Ira Tomblin is very ill at present with typhoid fever.
We are very sorry to announce the death of Mrs. Wes Tomblin, who died at her home on Harts Creek Monday morning of pneumonia fever.
Mrs. Jas. Porter is very ill at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Adkins and Mrs. Brooke Adkins of Hamlin were calling on friends in Harts Sunday afternoon.
Ward Brumfield, deputy sheriff of Lincoln county, is loading ties today (Wednesday).
Fisher B. Adkins, Republican nominee for county clerk, is making a progressive campaign. Go to it, Fisher. We are going to elect the whole ticket this time.
Dr. Ferrell of Chapmanville was calling on patients in Harts and on Harts Creek Saturday.
School is progressing nicely here with Mrs. Nora Brumfield for teacher.
Good luck to The Banner!
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An unknown correspondent from Harts in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on October 19, 1926:
Misses Pearl and Vergia Bell of Big Creek were the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. S.H. Adkins and family.
Dr. J.T. Ferrell of Chapmanville passed through our little town Tuesday evening to see patients on Harts Creek.
Mrs. Wes Tomblin is very ill with pneumonia fever at this writing.
Ira Tomblin is very low with typhoid fever.
Miss Cora Adkins was visiting friends at Gill Sunday afternoon.
Herb Adkins, merchant of this place, made a business trip to Huntington recently.
Philip Hager of Hamlin was in Harts Tuesday.
Miss Iris Holton of Charleston is visiting relatives here.
Mrs. Nora Brumfield is ill at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Mullins of Big Creek were visiting relatives in Harts Sunday.
Bill Hart went to Logan Saturday.
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An unknown correspondent from Harts in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on October 8, 1926:
Rev. Grover Gartin of Amherstdale was calling on Miss Nola Adkins Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Adkins and children of Logan have been visiting the latter’s sister, Mrs. R.L. Powers, of this place.
Miss Blanch Lambert of Toney has been calling on Miss Cora Adkins.
Mrs. Nora Brumfield is teaching a very successful term of school here.
F.B. Adkins, Republican nominee for county clerk, was taken to the Kessler-Hatfield hospital on Monday night with an injured arm.
Miss Sylvia Cyfers of Gill was the guest of Miss Cora Adkins Saturday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Watson Adkins a fine boy named Thomas Watson, Jr.
Misses Nannie and Vergia Fry of Barboursville were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. S.H. Adkins and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Herb Adkins have moved into their new home which was completed only a few days ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Dallas McComas of this place were visiting home folks at West Hamlin Saturday and Sunday.
W.M. McCann of Logan was the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Watson Adkins, one day last week.
O.E. Bias, C. & O. operator of this place, is working at McConnell for a few days.
Dr. Taylor of Huntington made an eloquent speech here one day last week.
Bill Adkins and M.C. Farley made a flying trip to Ranger Wednesday.
Clyde Rutherford was seen in Harts this week.
Miss Mae Caines of this place made a trip to Logan one day last week.
Mrs. F.B. Adkins was visiting relatives in Harts Sunday.
Mrs. Fred Adkins and Florence Davis have been calling on Rev. and Mrs. Jas. Porter.
Miss Jessie Brumfield was in Harts Saturday evening.
J.M. Marcum of Ranger, Democratic nominee for county clerk, was in Harts Wednesday.
Dr. J.T. Ferrell of Chapmanville and Miss Rine Browning were seen out car riding one day last week.
Dr. J.T. Chafin of Hamlin was in Harts Wednesday.