Appalachia, Arnold Barker, Bernice Ward, Beulah Ballard, Big Creek, Blyss Toney, Chapmanville, Ella Mae Toney, Ella Toney, Fred Garrett, genealogy, Gladys Lowe, Hazel Saunders, Henlawson, history, Inez Barker, Jack Garrett, Kyle Ballard, Lemar Collins, Logan Banner, Logan County, Marie Lucas, Omar, Phico, Ravenswood, Red Ferrell, Ruby Saunders, Ruth Queen, Tracy Vickers, Walter Ferrell, Ward Ferrell, Wattie Workman, West Virginia
An unknown correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on April 15, 1927:
Miss Bernice Ward entertained the Sunday school class at her home Saturday night. Those present were: Misses Ruby and Hazel Saunders, Beulah Ballard, Ella Mae Toney, Marie Lucas, Gladys Lowe, Inez Barker, Arnold Barker, Kyle Ballard, Ward Ferrell, Walter Ferrell, Lemar Collins, Fred and Jack Garrett, Wattie Workman, and Tracy Vickers. All reported a nice time.
Rev. Screeds of Omar preached at the Christian church Sunday forenoon and evening.
Miss Click spent Sunday in Henlawson.
Miss Ruth Queen spent the weekend in Big Creek.
Beulah looked rather downhearted Sunday. Wonder where her Phico friend was?
Miss Ella Toney and Blyss Toney made a business trip to Logan, Saturday.
Mr. Beamer who has been teaching here left Friday for his home in Ravenswood.
Red Ferrell made a flying trip to ____ Sunday.