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An unknown correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on November 30, 1926:
Just a little news from Chapmanville to let the people know it is still on the map; yes, and deep in the mud.
We hope everyone had a nice Thanksgiving. It seems that everyone in town had turkey for dinner. I mean all but me; I had a few burnt beans seasoned with groundhog grease. Wasn’t that fine?
Stewart Nelson from Huntington has been visiting in our town for the past week.
Everyone seemed to enjoy going to the show, as it was the first one in our town for some time.
Someone was mistaken when they thought Dr. J.T. Ferrell was the colored actor.
Walter Ferrell was calling on Miss Carrie Raines Sunday.
Miss Grace Workman was the most popular girl in our town. She received a beautiful chinaware set.
Paul Winters, who is attending high school at Huntington, spent Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O.C. Winters of this place.
Miss Fay Turner, who is attending school at Huntington, was with her mother for Thanksgiving.
Ward Ferrell and Miss Bernice Ward seem to be enjoying themselves now days.
Vanzel Bentley escorted Miss Beulah Ballard home from the show Saturday night.
Mrs. Helen Fitzpatrick from Huntington was the weekend guest of her mother, Mrs. Ruth Carter.
I guess the girls broke Bill’s kodak and that is the reason why he hasn’t taken any more pictures.
Wetzel Raines was calling on Miss Callie Ferrell Sunday.
Good luck and best wishes to the Banner and its readers.