Appalachia, Bill Bachtel, Birdie Cox, Bob Dingess, Chapmanville, Connie Bentley, Everett Fowler, genealogy, George McClintic, H.T. Butcher, history, Huntington, J.W. Barker, Lee Dingess, Logan Banner, Logan County, Ruth Jordan, singing schools, Victor Toney, West Virginia
An unknown local correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on March 19, 1926:
Let’s all meet the Board of Education on the 27th and arrange the bond election to build the high school building.
Connie Bentley, Birdie Cox, and Ruth Jordan were transacting business at the post office here Tuesday.
Victor Toney is very sick at this writing.
Come to the singing school next Sunday and hear the new tenor. You may never have this opportunity again.
We understand Judge McClintic appointed us a new prohibition officer at the present term of his court at Huntington.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fowler a baby. Mother, baby, and Everett are doing fine.
The Loblolly band will play at the Barker restaurant on next Saturday night. An enjoyable time is anticipated.
Robert Dingess swears he never will any more.
What has become of the old fashioned school teacher that actually taught the children something practical, for instance like Bill Bachtel?
H.T. Butcher is all smiles these days. Wonder what the good news is?
There will be a clash of legal talent before Squire Lowe next Saturday when Lee A. Dingess and J.W. Barker oppose each other.