Albert Estep, Appalachia, C&O Railroad, Cabin Creek, Chapmanville, Charleston, Frank Ballard, Gordon Lilly, history, Holiness Church, J.H. Tanner, Kaylor Butcher, Ku Klux Klan, Logan Banner, Logan County, S.T. Perry, singing schools, Sons of Rest, Squire Sol Adams, Stollings, United Fuel Gas Company, Walka Talka Gas Company, West Virginia
An unknown local correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on February 26, 1926:
Squire Lowe and Squire Adams were both in town Saturday dealing out justice to all litigants that wanted to be heard.
On last Sunday evening both churches here were visited by a large delegation of Klansmen in full regalia who left a nice donation at each church for the ministers. The ministers said at each place if the Klansmen did not save the country it was gone.
Our genial C. & O. operator here sure does love the fair sex.
S.T. Perry has moved his family from this place to Charleston, his work being on Cabin Creek.
Singing school next Sunday starts at the Holiness Church. Albert Estep will be the teacher. Everybody come.
J.H. Tanner who has been field manager here for the United Fuel Gas Co., for some time has accepted a position as superintendent for the Walka Talka Gas Co., which will necessitate his moving his family to Stollings.
Frank Ballard is still working at his same job.
Kaylor Butcher has been made past Grand Chief of the Sons of Rest.
Uncle Gordon Lilly has returned to town after an absence of several days.