Appalachia, appendicitis, C&O Hospital, Cecil Shuff, Chapmanville, Charleston, Dorothy Lowe, Easter, genealogy, Geraldine Lowe, Grover Lowe, history, Huntington, John Ferrell, Logan Banner, Logan County, Paul Bentley, Route 10, Sarah Thompson, Stollings, Virginia, West Virginia
An unknown correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on April 29, 1927:
The work on the roads is going forward nicely. We hope Chapmanville will not be a mud hole always. It is more like Charleston already.
Rev. Remus preached here Sunday. The home was crowded.
Grover Lowe and daughters Geraldine and Dorothy from Stollings attended Sunday school and visited friends here Sunday.
John Ferrell from Virginia is visiting friends and relatives at this place.
The Sunday school is progressing finely. Everyone is invited. Rev. Reeves will preach again Sunday.
Miss Sarah Thompson was taken to the hospital at Huntington where she will be operated on for appendicitis.
Paul Bentley who is in the C. & O. hospital is said to be improving.
Cecil Shuff spent Easter with his girlfriend here.
Daily happenings: Lamar leading the choir; Jack attending Sunday school; Minnie and her smiles; Carlos going to the post office; Victor and Steve flirting with their girls; Joe attending Sunday school; Lois going to school.
Good luck to The Banner, and who has baked those pies?