A.J. Thomas, Appalachia, Carlie Compton, Chapmanville, Charlie Hale, Clifford Griffin, Ernest Compton, farming, genealogy, Gordon Lilly, history, Hughie Ellis, James Dingess, Jim Hardwick, Johnnie Webb, Katie Chapman, Kitchen, Lizzie Wagner, Logan, Logan Banner, Logan County, Lola Shackelford, Martha Roberts, measles, Okey Bryant, P.M. Toney, Route 10, Von Browning, Wallie Kestler, West Virginia
An unknown local correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on March 26, 1926:
We are having some fine weather after such a cold winter.
What will the boys of Chapmanville do now the works are just about shut down?
Miss Katie Chapman of Logan was seen in our little town once more.
Miss Lola Shackelford of Logan was the all night guest of her aunt Saturday.
P.M. Toney and A.J. Thomas were calling on friends in the lower end of the city Sunday.
What made you look so blue, Ace? She will stay longer next time.
Calling on Mrs. Martha Roberts Sunday were the following: Mr. Von Browning and family, Clifford Griffin, Lizzie Wagner, Mrs. Charlie Hale, and Miss Carmicle.
There sure was a turn out at Chapmanville Sunday to inspect the new road.
Miss Carlie Compton and sweetie and Ernest Compton were out walking Sunday.
Wallie Kestler has been on the sick list for a few days but is better at this writing.
The measles are getting bad around here. Mr. Toney’s family and Hughie Elllis’ family has them.
Uncle Gord Lilly is visiting Garland Adams the past week.
Jim Hardwick and Johnnie Webb were out walking Sunday.
Quite a number of people from Kitchen were in Chapmanville Saturday. Squire Lowe was in the bunch, also James Dingess.
Okey Bryant and wife seem to enjoy themselves.
Winter must be over. People are planting gardens here.