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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 25, 1927:
William Workman, son of Golden Workman, is improving since the operation for side pleurisy. He was brought here from a hospital at Huntington. The nurse, Miss Collins and Dr. Ferrell, are caring for him.
Cecil Shuff and Miss Bena Robertson from Peach Creek spent Sunday with Mrs. Nettie Ballard here.
Paul Winters who is attending school at Huntington spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents at this place.
Miss Marea Lucas spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents at Banco.
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Duty and family from Westerly are visiting friends at this time.
Short Lucas was seen in our town Sunday. Wonder for whom he was looking?
O.J. Moses has left for Huntington where he will spend a few days with his parents.
B.C. Ferrell and family spent Sunday with homefolks.
Combinations: Miss Collins and Dr. Ferrell visiting the sick; Hazel and her new dress; Fred J. going up the branch; Arnold and his smiles; Kyle looking downhearted; Wetzel calling on his girl; Ward and Paul out walking; Red and his boots; Mary looking for Vanzel.