A.H. Curry, Albert Bryant, Appalachia, Big Branch, Ceres Caldwell, Chapmanville, coal, Ed Garrett, Emma Stowers, Fred Bryant, genealogy, Hewett, history, Howard Barker, Jeffrey, Kentucky, Logan, Logan Banner, Logan County, Manbar, Marie Barker, O.C. Caldwell, Oza Rhyans, P.D. Garrett, Pecks Mill, Robert Haner, Russell, West Virginia, Willie Stowers
An unknown correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on March 25, 1921:
We are having some fine weather at this writing.
Mr. Butts and Mr. Hinchman of Logan were on the creek the first of the week looking over coal lands.
Mrs. O.C. Caldwell and daughter Ceres, of Hewett, visited their friends on the creek Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. Marie Barker of Jeffrey visited her sister, Mrs. Robert Haner, Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. A.H. Curry is on the sick list.
Mrs. Oza Rhyans and children of Manbar are visiting Mrs. Rhyans’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. P.D. Garrett.
Miss Elsie Garrett, who is teaching the primary department at Chapmansville visited her home folks Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Emma Stowers made a business trip to Logan Monday.
Mr. Albert Bryant of Russell, Ky., is visiting his sister, Mrs. Willie Stowers.
Mrs. Ed Garrett is on the sick list.
Mr. Fred Bryant made a flying trip to Peck’s Mill Saturday.
Mr. Howard Barker, who has been working at Big Branch, returned to his home Saturday.
Note: The heading for this entry read “Chapmansville.”