A.S. Lowe, Angie Lucas, Appalachia, B.E. Ferrell, B.R. Lucas, Banco, Big Creek, C.E. Justice, Chapmanville, Charles Justice, Clara Harmon, Effie Carter, Ella Jane Toney, Elm Street, Estep, F.D. Lucas, genealogy, H.F. Lucas, Hazel Thomas, Henlawson, history, Huntington, J.A. Stone, J.A. Varney, J.B. Lucas, J.M. Hager, J.W. Thomas, Jesse Justice, Logan, Logan Banner, Logan County, Maria Lucas, Milton, North Fork, Opal Workman, Pumpkin Center, Robert Gullet, Samuel Pardue, Spring Dale, Thomas' Circle, Trace Fork, Wallace Toney, West Virginia
An unknown local correspondent from Banco in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on May 14, 1926:
Rev. White of Henlawson delivered a very interesting sermon at the school house at Thomas’ Circle last Sunday morning. A good crowd from adjoining towns attended. Among those who attended church at Thomas’ Circle from Banco were: Mr. and Mrs. B.E. Ferrell, Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Hager, Clara Harmon, Mr. B.R. Lucas and son H.F. Lucas.
Jesse Justice of Elm street went to Logan last Wednesday to have some dental work done. Jesse will go back to Springdale with a smile.
Mr. A.S. Lowe was a business caller in Banco last Wednesday.
Messrs. J.A. Stone and Samuel Pardue motored to Huntington last Sunday and arrived back in Banco Monday.
Clara Harmon of this place was the all night guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Lucas last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Thomas of Estep were shoppers in Banco last Tuesday.
Mrs. Wallace Toney and children of Chapmanville was visiting Mrs. Toney’s father, Mr. F.D. Lucas on Trace Fork, who has been ill for some time.
Miss Effie Carter returned to her home at Milton after a week’s visit with her grandparents on North Fork.
Miss Ella Jane Toney of Chapmanville was the Sunday guest of Miss Maria Lucas of this place.
Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Justice and son Charles were business callers in Banco last Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Lucas were calling in Banco last Sunday evening.
Robert Gullet of Spring Dale and Jesse Justice of Elm street seemed to be enjoying themselves immensely last Sunday afternoon as they had two girls in their roadster. Don’t tell Frank, boys.
Miss Opal Workman returned to her home in Banco after several days in Pumpkin Center.
Miss Angie Lucas was calling at the Banco post office last week. Wonder who she was looking for a letter from?
Mr. H.F. Lucas was a business caller in Big Creek last Monday.
Miss Hazel Thomas and Mrs. J.A. Varney of Thomas’ Circle were in Banco last Wednesday.
Good luck to the Banner.