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An unknown local correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on June 25, 1926:
Master French Barker of Wilkinson is visiting his uncle, J.W. Barker, here this week.
Mrs. May Newman of Ceredo is visiting her sister, Mrs. Nettie Ballard, here this week.
The contest among the girls and boys at Sunday School here is getting very interesting.
Some of our citizens say they are looking for the King Bee most any day now.
Quite a lot of men of mystery were in town last week.
The Banner correspondent at Phico was in town Tuesday.
Mr. Smith, the county road man, was looking over some of our roads this week.
A number of people at Big Creek were discussing politics the other day and one lady of about 65 years with her arm in a sling said she didn’t know which party was the best for the country. Said she never was harmed by a Republican, but a Democrat broke her arm. Someone else remarked that the Democrats were in the habit of breaking everything they had anything to do with.
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An unknown local correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on May 14, 1926:
We are having some nice weather at this writing.
Mrs. Rosie Price was visiting her daughter, Mrs. M.C. Conley, Sunday.
Arnold Barker and Virgil Ferrell were out walking Sunday.
Miss Opal Johnson seemed to be awful busy sewing flower seeds Saturday afternoon.
Walter and Carlos Ferrell were seen walking the lonesome road Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Munsey and Jack Conley were working on their automobile Sunday morning.
The Phico girls and boys seem to enjoy coming to Chapmanville church nowadays.
Miss Gracie Workman was out horse back riding Sunday afternoon.
Wonder why Mr. L.F. Price is visiting in Big Creek so often.
Mrs. Garnet Jeffery and children were visiting her mother Saturday and Sunday.
Wonder why Arnold Barker is looking so downhearted nowadays? Cheer up, Arnold. Maybe it is not so.
Walter Workman escorted Miss Connie Bentley home Saturday night from church.
Robert Carter was out horseback riding early Saturday morning.
Brack Walls escorted Elna Cox home from church Friday night.
We all hope Miss Beulah Ballard and Mr. Snidow will get along fine with the Diploma test this year.
Opal Johnson, Lillian and Agnes Whitman were out walking Sunday.
Misses Hazel Conley and Minnie Workman were out walking Saturday afternoon.
Tom Barker is enjoying life fine, going up Lowe Hollow nowadays.
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An unknown local correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on April 16, 1926:
Carless Chafin of Huntington was visiting homefolks of this place Sunday.
Miss Inez Barker and Miss Susie Carper were seen out walking Sunday afternoon.
Oza Workman was calling on Miss Beulah Ballard Sunday night.
Mrs. Lizzie Thomas and her daughter Marie, Vivian Johnson, and Hattie Shepherd were seen at church Saturday night.
Miss Beulah Ballard, Broda Johnson, and Gladys Lowe were visitors of Mrs. Brookie Rowsy Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Lunsford and Miss Gracie Ferrell were out strolling Sunday afternoon.
Nelson Bentley was calling on Mrs. Brookie Rowsy Sunday afternoon.
Miss Laura Workman of Logan was visiting her parents over the week end.
Mrs. Brookie Rowsey made a flying trip to Logan Friday.
We are glad to say that Miss Marie Lucas is progressing nicely.
Mrs. Ernest Jeffrey and children of Peach Creek were the dinner guests of Mrs. Martha Whitman Sunday.
Frankie Kessler was calling on Miss Mildred Coberly Sunday afternoon.
Misses Opal Johnson, Agnes Whitman, and Lillian Johnson were visiting Mrs. Brookie Rowsy Sunday.
Miss Thelma Scaggs was busy answering Johnnie Pauley’s letters last week.
Miss Goldie Rowsey was visiting Mrs. Ed Johnson Sunday afternoon.
Miss Thelma Scaggs was seen going to meet 51 with a hello and a hi.
Mr. Roy Jeffrey delivered a fine sermon at the Holiness church Sunday night.
J.D. Price of Phico is very ill at this writing with side pleurisy. But we hope he will soon recover.
Wonder what is the matter with Chapmanville boys as they haven’t been seen riding the freight trains nowadays.
Daily scenes: Susie and her hat; Inez and her new suit; Carless and his smiles; Willa and her sweetie; Beulah and her new hose; Gladys and her new dress; Broda and her new hose; Nelson going to see Brookie; Lizzie and Russell; Hattie and her new hat; Vivian and her smiles; Andy and Grace; Brookie going to Logan; Opal and her pearls; Lillian and her watch; Agnes and her new dress; Hazel and her stories; Minnie and her diploma test; Grace looking downhearted; Dan and his girl; Hazel and her dress.
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An unknown local correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on March 12, 1926:
Roses on our shoulders, Slippers on our feet,
We are Phico girls, don’t you think we’re sweet?
We are having some cold weather at this writing.
Shirl Bias was calling on Miss Ruth Jordan Sunday.
Vanzel Bentley was calling on Miss Elva Cox Sunday.
Dan Cox looks very down hearted nowadays. Wonder why?
Walter McNeely of Logan was calling on Miss Connie Bentley Sunday.
M. McNeely of Henlawson was calling on Miss Elva Godby Sunday.
Nelson Bentley had quite a lot of visitors Sunday.
J.D. Price is very ill at this writing.
Ebb Thompson was calling on Miss Vivian Johnson Sunday.
Mr. Jim Pauley was calling on Miss Katie Chapman Sunday.
Wonder why Miss Elva Cox was disappointed Saturday night.
Mrs. Annie Bias was visiting Mrs. Martha Jordan Sunday.
Wonder what has become of Miss Leta Thomas? She has not been seen for some time.
A. Wright was visiting home folks Sunday.
Bobby Hale was calling on Miss Bertha Jordan Sunday.
Wonder what has become of Miss Mary Craddock? She is never seen in our town anymore.
Alvis Godby was calling on Miss Lizzie Sansons Sunday evening.
John Addis was calling on Miss Eunice Scaggs Sunday.
We were sorry to hear of R.C. Phillips losing his white mule. Cheer up, Rube. There are plenty more.
Hartford Mounts seems to enjoy wearing his hip boots.
Ruth had her red hat. Shirl and his new shirt. Vanzel and his overcoat. Elva and her jump jacket. Dan and his new rain coat. Walter and his smiles. Connie going to Cox’s. Markyle anad his blues. Elva and her blue dress. Nelson and his new suit. J.D. and his store. Russell looking down hearted. Sallie keeping house. Wayne and his new cook. Andy and his pictures. Grace and her sweetie. Edgar and his blues. Ebb and his sweetie. Vivian and her beau. Jim and his music. Katie and her wrist watch. Elva Cocks and her curly locks. Annie and her store. Martha and her checked dress. Brook and her chickens. Leta and her hair cut. Almond and his traveling case. Bobby and his smiles. Bertha going to the office. Mary going to school. Alvis and his watch. Lizzie and her hair clasp. John Addis and his girl. Eunice and her sweetie. R.C. Phillips and his white mule.