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An unknown correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on February 4, 1927:
Wallace Ferrell, from Huntington, was visiting relatives in our town Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Fay Turner spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother here.
Mr. and Mrs. John Beckett and family, from Logan, have moved to our town. Wonder how they like our little city?
Miss Aileene Raines is on the sick list with scarlet fever. We wish her a quick recovery.
There are several with sore arms since the vaccination for scarlet fever.
Mr. and Mrs. B.C. Ferrell of Stollings were visiting in our town Saturday and Sunday.
Ed Beckett of Charleston, who is in charge of the meter deposits for the United Fuel was a business caller in our town last week.
Mrs. Ed Johnson’s sister of Huntington is visiting her at this writing.
Rev. Marcum, from Logan, is holding a revival at the Holiness church here.
Daily Happenings: Nelse calling on Brooke; Hermer going to Madison; Jack working on the road; Victor and his smiles; Maria going to school; Dr. Ferrell and his girls; Mary going to school; Gladys going to the post office; Walter calling on Carrie.
Though the charter applied for has not come, the Lone Eagle Tribe held its second meeting last Thursday.
Good luck to the Banner.