Appalachia, B.H. Snidow, Big Creek, Chapmanville, Chapmanville School, Charleston, Dr. J.T. Ferrell, Eva Barker, genealogy, Huntington, Logan Banner, Logan County, Mary Click, New Haven, Ravenswood, Robert Carter, Ruby Saunders, West Virginia
An unknown correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on February 25, 1927:
The revival meeting which had been going on for the past two weeks closed Sunday night.
The Chapmanville school gave a very interesting patriotic program Tuesday afternoon. Everyone seemed to enjoy it immensely.
Dr. J.T. Ferrell returned Monday after spending the week end in New Haven.
Robert Carter of Huntington is visiting his mother here at the present time.
B.H. Snidow made a business trip to Logan Saturday.
Miss Eva Barker was seen on our streets Saturday.
Mrs. Click of Ravenswood spent the week end in Chapmanville with her daughter, Mary Click.
Our school nurse, Miss Collins, spent the week end in Charleston.
Miss Ruby Saunders spent Sunday at Big Creek with her parents.
Kyle seems rather downhearted here of late. Wonder where the little school teacher is?
Daily scenes: Jane and her curls; Kyle going to the offfice; Neolen and her sweater; Vanzel on his way to Chapmanville; Miss Click singing, “Bye, Bye Black Bird”; Inez on her way to school.