Trapping mink with Mr. Lollar

By Oreta Wright
Sun Columnist
This is a story of Warlick Chism Lollar. By trade, Mr. Lollar was a farmer. After farming season, he was a trapper and hunter. He worked every day except Sunday, when he went to church. He often worked Sunday afternoon.
He started his day about 2 a.m. and left home about 3 a.m. He would walk from the railroad crossing in Kildare to Frazier Creek toward Bivins. He would have his traps out by daylight. He trapped in a radius of three miles in any direction. Most of the time, he had something in the traps when he ran them. Read more in our e-edition:
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