Appalachia, Arnold Barker, B.H. Grace, Bernice Ward, Beulah Ballard, Bud Waugh, Carlos Ferrell, Cecil Ward, Chapmanville, Dallas Toney, Dr. D.J. Ferrell, Ella Toney, Ernest Ward, G.S. Ferrell, G.W. McCloud, genealogy, Godby, Grace Workman, history, Huntington, Inez Barker, James Turner, Logan Banner, Logan County, Margaret Dingess, Martha Dingess, Minnie Ferrell, Minnie Workman, New Haven, Paul Winter, Peach Creek, Susie Carper, Tracy Vickers, Virgie Ferrell, Ward Ferrell, West Virginia, Wetzel Raines
An unknown correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on August 19, 1927:
Miss Bernice Ward was hostess to a party of her friends at her home Friday evening. Those present were: Misses Inez Barker, Ella Toney, Beulah Ballard, Martha Dingess, Minnie and Grace Workman, Minnie Ferrell, G.W. McCloud, Tracy Vickers, James Turner, Bud Waugh, Paul winter, B.H. Grace, Arnold Barker, Dallas Toney, Virgie Ferrell, Ward Ferrell, Carlos Ferrell, and Ernest and Cecil Ward. All reported a lovely time.
Dr. and Mrs. D.J. Ferrell are visiting relatives and friends in New Haven this week.
Miss Beulah Ballard returned to her home here Wednesday after a visit with relatives in Huntington.
Mrs. W.V. Ferrell and Mrs. H.T. Toney are visiting relatives in Flatwoods, W.Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis spent the weekend in Huntington.
We are indeed sorry to report the sudden illness of Mr. G.S. Ferrell who was rushed to a hospital in Huntington Friday afternoon.
Miss Margaret Dingess of Godby was calling on Miss Susie Carper Sunday.
Daily scenes in our village–Mabel and her groceries; Inez working in the office; Paul keeping store; G.W. and his car; Kyle in the garage; Bias and that pipe; Ella Jane and Ward.
Mr. and Mrs. Wetzel Raines of Peach Creek were calling on friends here Sunday.