Appalachia, education, Eva Workman, Francis Fork, genealogy, Hamlin, history, Jim Ramey, Kiahs Creek, Lincoln County, Logan Banner, Mae Caines, Minnie Workman, Queens Ridge, Trough Fork School, W.H. Mann, Wayne County, West Virginia, Woodrow Workman
A correspondent named “Black Eyes” from Queen’s Ridge at Lincoln-Wayne counties, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on March 23, 1923:
The Trough Fork school will close on the 23rd day of this month. Everybody come.
Woodrow Workman has returned home from a two weeks vacation on Francis Creek.
Jim Ramey celebrated his sixtieth birthday last Thursday.
Miss Minnie Workman was the guest of May Caines Monday.
Miss Eva Workman was visiting the post office Friday.
W.H. Mann is attending court this week at Hamlin.
NOTE: Geographically, Queens Ridge is located entirely in Wayne County but the post office area included a section of Lincoln (and Logan) County for a certain number of years.