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An unknown local correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on May 28, 1926:

Everybody seems to enjoy farming at present.

Rev. Reedy of Logan gave an interesting sermon both Sunday morning and afternoon at the Christian church. A large crowd assembled.

Rev. Dunagan who has been conducting a meeting at the Holiness church for the past week brought the meeting to a close Monday evening after delivering a sermon for men.

Miss Susie Carper seems to enjoy visiting friends at Big Creek. Wonder what the attraction is anyway?

Miss Tolie Ferrell of Logan spent Sunday here with her parents.

Inez Barker is spending this week in Chapmanville.

Prof. Snidow is leaving for Virginia Wednesday afternoon where he will spend his vacation and then return this coming school term.

There was a little excitement Sunday evening when Mr. Butcher, our sheriff, went into the crowd who were drinking too much.

Miss Fannie Brown and her new friend attended church Sunday night.

Mr. Homer Langdon of Logan spent Sunday here with his mother, Mrs. Langdon.

Brook and Bill sure were having a good time Saturday, judging from the noise.

Daily Happenings: Bias and “that straw hat;” Mabel and her milk pail; Arnold and his lonesome look; Robert and his sweater; Tom looking for Grace. Christian church.