algebra, Appalachia, Big Creek, Buck Fork, Chapmanville, Dr. Ferrell, E.M. Oaks, Ernie Ward, genealogy, Grover Lowe, gypsies, Harts Creek, history, J.E. Peck, John Vickers, Logan Banner, Logan County, Low Gap Church, Peter Carter, Roscoe Ferrell, Stollings, W.C. Pridemore, West Virginia
An unknown local correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on May 21, 1926:
This Rev. E.M. Oaks of Stollings preached a very interesting sermon here Sunday at the Christian church.
Rev. Reedy will preach here next Sunday in the place of Grover Lowe, he being temporarily absent.
Peter Carter of Buck Fork was in town Monday.
J.E. Peck of Logan was looking after legal matters here Tuesday.
Prof. Snidow claims to have the best Algebra class of any place in the county.
Earnie Ward left here Monday for Detroit, Mich.
The Regular Baptists will hold their annual meeting at the Low Gap church on Big Creek Sunday June 19th.
W.C. Pridemore, the new deputy, is collecting taxes now. Cam says everybody must pay.
Quite a band of gypsies passed through town Monday. Owing to the experience of some of the boys last year, no one had their fortunes told this trip.
Daily happenings: The public asking the postmaster fool questions; John Vickers if he is a candidate; Roscoe Ferrell when the county court meets; Dr. Ferrell when will the next flu epidemic be.