Appalachia, Henry Conley, history, James Browning, John Workman, justice of the peace, Kiahs Creek, Logan County, Lorenzo Dow Hill, Sarah Workman, Spice Branch, Twelve Pole Creek, Vance's Trace Branch, West Virginia, William Smith
Appalachia, B.R. Lucas, Banco, Big Creek, Big Ugly Creek, C.C. Varney, C.E. Justice, Charles Robert, Clara Harmon, D.H. Harmon, Ed Stone Branch, Elm Street, Estep, Ethel Ferrell, Frank Pardue, Fred Lucas, genealogy, H.F. Lucas, history, Huntington, J.A. Stone, J.B. Lucas, J.H. Workman, J.W. Thomas, Jean Eleanor Lucas, Jennie Thomas, John Hager, John Workman, L.A. Ellis, Lane Church, Levi Duty, Logan, Logan Banner, Logan County, Lynn Street, Madeline Varney, Marea Lucas, Mary Hager, Myrtle Lucas, Needmore, Nora Gullett, Risby Stone, Robert Gullet, Ruby McGraw, Samuel Pardue, singing schools, Spring Dale, Squirrel Branch, Ted Hager, West Virginia, Willard Varney
An unknown correspondent from Banco on Big Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on June 29, 1926:
Up the poplar and down the pine
We sure do think The Banner is fine.
A large crowd attended the singing at Banco last Sunday.
J.A. Stone and John Hager motored to Huntington last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Thomas and daughter Jenie of Estep were calling in Banco last Saturday.
Frank Pardue of Big Creek was calling on homefolks at this place Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Thomas attended singing school at Banco Sunday.
Miss Ruby McGraw of Logan was visiting her mother, Mrs. Nora Gullett, on Ed Stone Branch Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. L.A. Ellis of Needmore is visiting in Logan this week.
B.R. Lucas and son Fred and daughter Marea attended the business meeting at the Lane church Saturday night.
Mrs. C.E. Justice and son Charles Robert of Elm Street were calling on Mrs. John Workman in Lynn Street Tuesday.
Mrs. J.H. Workman of Estep was a business caller in Banco last week.
Mrs. Levi Duty of Squirrel Branch was visiting her sister Mrs. Samuel Pardue and other relatives at this place Sunday.
Clara Harmon was the Sunday night guest of her sister, Mrs. Myrtle Lucas.
H.F. Lucas and little sister Jean Eleanor were out joy riding Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Ethel Ferrell and children of Estep and Mrs. Mary Hager of Banco were visiting Mrs. Hager’s mother, Aunt Rispa Stone on Big Ugly last Tuesday and Wednesday.
Master Willard Varney of Estep was the Saturday night guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hager at this place.
Mrs. C.C. Varney and daughter Madeline, Mrs. J.B. Lucas and Miss Marea Lucas were the dinner guests of Mrs. D.H. Harmon Sunday.
The girls of Spring Dale and Banco can now don their traveling attire as Robert Gullet has bought a new 5-passenger automobile.
H.F. Lucas motored to the North Pole Sunday evening.
Rev. White will preach at the Ed Stone Branch next Saturday and Sunday. Everybody invited.
Appalachia, Charles Curry, cholera, genealogy, Harts Creek, history, Holden, Isaac Fry, Joe Blaine, John Workman, Logan Banner, Logan County, Luke Curry, McCloud School, miller, Rum Creek, Sol Riddle, Vinson Collins, West Virginia, Whirlwind, Will Farley
An unknown correspondent from Whirlwind in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on December 18, 1914:
We are glad to note that our people are busy, happy and peaceful in these parts.
Will Farley has added a new industry to our town, a gasoline grist mill.
Our drummer, Sol Riddle, has just returned from a trip through his territory.
Revs. Adams and Fry preached at Head of Heart last Sunday.
Mrs. Vinson Collins is very ill at this writing.
Joe Blaine has moved from this place to Holden.
Forest fires are very frequent here of late.
Rev. Charley Curry was elected pastor of the church at McCloud school house recently.
Revs. Border and Vance will preach at McCloud school house the second Sunday.
Luke Curry has returned home from Rum, where he has been working for some time.
Cholera has been raging among the hogs in this vicinity. Several people have lost hogs.
John Workman will move back to his farm in the spring, he says.
Good luck to The Banner and a happy Xmas to its readers.
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