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An unknown local correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on April 2, 1926:

The Chapmanville Lone Scouts show signs of success. Several boys have asked to join the L.S.A. tribe, which is soon to be formed.

The boys pitched their tents at Spicewood camp Saturday where they spent the most of the day. Dishwasher Bruce Hensley packed away the frying pan without washing it. Orville Barker hit his leg with an ax; it did not cut but he limped around for about a half hour. Captain Willard Ward warned him about being more careful.

Names of new members will be listed next week.