Anna Ferrell, Appalachia, Banco, Basil Duty, Big Creek, Burl Chapman, Edith Chapman, Estep, Frank Chapman, genealogy, history, J.A. Stone, J.A. Thomas, Logan Banner, Logan County, measles, Onnie Varney, Spring Dale, Thomas' Circle, West Virginia, Zella Chapman
An unknown local correspondent from Estep in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on May 7, 1926:
Everything is progressing nicely around our little town at present. The farmers greet each other with a cheery good morning and go about their work in a very pleasant mood.
Miss Edith Chapman of this place was shopping in Banco one day last week.
Miss Anna Ferrell who has been ill with measles is able to be out again.
Frank Chapman of this place thought his girl was true blue until the last week or two. He thinks now perhaps he may be color blind.
The girls of this town are wondering why Basil Duty is never on our streets any more. There must be some attraction in Spring Dale.
Miss Onnie Varney of Thomas Circle attended church at Slab Town last Sunday.
Miss Zella Chapman of Estep was calling in Banco last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Stone of Banco was the Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Thomas at this place.
Burl Chapman and his sweetie of Big Creek motored through Estep last Sunday.
Good luck to one and all.