Abbotts Branch, Alberta Petrie, Dennis K. Altizer, education, Ferrellsburg, genealogy, George H. Thomas, Green Shoal, history, Lincoln County, Lincoln Republican, Lottie Lucas, Salena Vance, timber, Velva Dial, West Fork, West Virginia
“Quil,” a local correspondent from Ferrellsburg in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Lincoln Republican printed on Thursday, July 3, 1913:
Mrs. E.O. Petrie was overcome by heat Friday but is improving now.
Geo. H. Thomas, one of our hustling businessmen was in town on business Saturday.
Mrs. Salina Vance was shopping in town first of the week.
Miss Velvie Dial continues in very poor health.
The bridge at the mouth of West Fork has been completed. It is a good job and one that was badly needed.
Miss Lottie Lucas is in Logan this week.
D.K. Altizer has moved his saw mill from Green Shoal to Abbotts Branch where he has a job of sawing.
Schools are being contracted for in this section. It is hoped that our Board of Education will give us 6 months school this year as we only had five last year.