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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 May 1986

MAY 1986 Monthly Journal of Mountain Life "MAMA LONG" Mama Long is what the six grandchildren call her. That's because she is our second mama. Even though Mom and Dad were the best parents a child could have, Mama Long was there for us too. When growing up, my two sisters and I could walk from our house up on the hill to Mama Long's, down the path through the woods or down the road, in five minutes and we did this most every day during the summer. I made this walk every time I got into trouble at home. I would come in her front door and walk to the kitchen where she was, with my head hanging down. She knew there had been a big fuss up on the hill by the look on my face. She'd say, "Honey, what did they fuss at you for this time?" They - meaning Mom and Dad Dad had the temper! I knew Mama Long would take up for me as she always did. She would hug me and say, "Come sit down here beside me", then we would talk it over and always came to the conclusion that I had not done anything wrong...

Publication Title: Mountain Laurel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 May 1986

PAGE 2 MOUNTAIN LAUREL MAY, 1986 MA'S SECOND CALLING By: G. M. Allen My ma was a woman who believed in giving medicine. I guess she was the medicine givingest woman in the country, prob'ly. She must have been cut out for a doctor, because she had all the doctorin' instincts. Coupled with mother-instincts, that meant she practiced medicine on her children. She was bound and determined that they should not grow up, but grow up healthy as well. If they failed in that, at least she would know it wasn't because she hadn't looked after their health. There were several girls in our family. Ma was not satisfied unless they all looked to be in the pink of health. She wanted the roses in their cheeks to be good blood showing through, and not that rouge-paint that was the style to use then. She made a second calling out of doctoring her family; the trouble was, she had too good an imagination as to if, when, and what someone needed! I reckon she didn't worry much about Pa's health, because the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 May 1986

NEW PREACHER IN TOWN Bv: Ernest Markwood Pritchard Edited By: Emily P. Cary Father used to spend a great part of the winter holding revival meetings at his various churches, often finding it impossible to get home for a week or two at a time. On one of those cold winter nights while Father was away, Enoch began crying and calling for his "Papa." Suddenly, Mother heard someone answer him. "Stop crying!" a man's voice outside commanded. This strange, unexpected reprimand scared Enoch so much that he became quiet immediately, and my frightened mother hurriedly led him upstairs to her bedroom and locked the door after them. There she lay awake most of the night, expecting at any moment to hear someone breaking into the house. She never learned who had answered my brother on that cold wintry night. It may have been a tramp passing along the road, or perphaps some mischievous youths of the community on their way home. Before Mother turned eighteen, Father decided that the West offered gre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 May 1986

PAGE 4 MOUNTAIN LAUREL MAY, 1986 "THE BLESSED EVENT" By: Nancy Cornette Kessler It was the year 1926, sometime before Christmas, that my mother gathered us children around her one night when we were preparing for bed and told us that some time after the New Year of 1927, possibly in February, we would have a new baby brother or sister. There were seven children at home at that time. My older sister was in Roanoke, Virginia in business school. I was 13 at the time and old enough to know my mother's figure was changing, but there had never been anything of this nature told to us. My older brother and sister were both in high school. I took this news passively as there seemed to always be a baby or younger child for me to tend to. The youngest child at that time, a boy, was about two and a half years old. Christmas came and went and January was a cold, snowy month. Then, February was there with the usual excitement of Valentines Day at school, when the boys and girls exchanged Valentin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 May 1986

THE BLESSED EVENT (continued from page 4) My only comment was, "I'm glad it's not another boy." There were three boys and one girl younger than me. In the kitchen, my sister was busily preparing breakfast. The smell of frying ham and perking coffee on the wood cook stove was most tantilizing to a small, cold, frightened little girl. My sister had a fire going in the dining room, with the table set with a white table cloth, ready for the Doctor to have breakfast. He was still in with my mother. Soon he came into the kitchen and said to Aunt Senie, "I'll turn Miss Leila and the baby over to you now. They are both fine." Aunt Senie disappeared into Mama's room and while the Doctor washed up, my sister and I put breakfast on the table for the Doctor and Papa. We put out fried ham, eggs, gravy, hot biscuits, oatmeal and steaming coffee, along with the usual jellies, honey and apple butter. I heard the Doctor say to Papa, "Mr. Lew, you have two mighty fine girls." while Papa agreed with h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 May 1986

PAGE 6 MOUNTAIN LAUREL MAY, 1986 Wednesday evenings at Squire Hobb's General Store, after most of the regular customers have come and gone, the liars club begins to assemble. Tom Rainwater and Boozer Payton and Carl Sutton. All long-jawed liars, some of the best in the Cumberlands. There's one fly in their soup. None of them can out do Carl's uncle, old Steve Sutton. When they are without Steve in the country it gives them relief. That's why for the past week things have been hunkydory. Old Steve has gone to Harlan for a spell. Left real sudden after selling that drygoods drummer a solid gold radio aerial that turned out to be copper. It is kind of warm this evening. Most of the boys are sitting out on the porch. Squire Hobbs is sitting nursing his knees in the door, looking kind of preoccupied . "Pearten up, Squire," Boozer Payton says. "You've not lost your best friend, 'long as I'm here." "I'm thinkin'," Squire says. "Which one of you borrowed my cant hook? I need it to load some...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 May 1986

"THE BIGGEST LIARS" (continued from page 6) "The devil a bear don't have fur on its stummick!" Steve resumes his defense. "I come out under his armpit. The hairs there was like poplars. I run up against a tick the size of an elephant." Tom Rainwater interrupts. "Did you ever hear of them Santa Fe mules of mine? Tom leans over the counter. "It was back in saloon days when I lived in Centerboro. I had a team of little Santa Fe mules I used to move houses with. When a man got ready to move his house from one end of town, I'd move it to the other end for him. One day they was makin' up a train load of coal. When they got the train ready it was so long the engine stalled one the upgrade. There is set right on the main track and the four-thirty passenger train due in twenty-six minutes. If they didn't hustle that freight train out of there it'd be a worse head-on than Casey Joneses. "Well, there was but one thing to be done. I hitched them Santa Fe mules to that train and had it on the si...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 May 1986

PAGE 8 MOUNTAIN LAUREL MAY, 1986 THE PREACHER'S FRIED CHICKEN EHNNER By: Thelma Wagg Smothers In 1932, my husband took me, his young bride, to visit his father, a retired minister who lived in a big house in Rutherford College with his six daughters . Since I had married his only son, he wanted me to have a special welcome so he planned a trip just for the two of us to visit one of his former parishioners. Early one morning I found myself walking toward the Model T with this little man who looked just like Santa Claus. He was about five feet five, and he had a round face with thick white hair, and twinkling (really) blue eyes. We headed out for Jefferson, North Carolina, so he could show me the house where he once lived, and the church where his father (and later he) had preached for many years. Before we started up the mountain to Mouth of Wilson, Virginia, he pulled over and stopped near the banks of the New River, and while he entertained me with the fact that he had at one time ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 May 1986

A MOUNTAIN MOTHER DOG STORY In the spring of 1967. my husband and I were newlyweds, living in the town of Boone, North Carolina. While he attended school, I worked at a variety of occupations to make ends meet. When not working, I did much walking, hiking and sight-seeing throughout the area. I was interested in any and everything that went on in "my" new mountain home. One morning, a neighbor stopped by our apartment to tell a bit of news. That morning she had heard a strange noise in her garage and had gone to investigate. In the dimly-lit, far corner of the garage she had seen a movement, heard a whimper or two. Shining her flashlight into the dark corner, she beheld a mother dog and four newborn pups. "A mountain dog," she told me, "the poor old wild thing came down from Tater Hill last week, looking for a place to have her pups! I guess she chose my garage because we don't use it much any more. She's in terrible shape," the neighbor continued, "thin and ragged. We fed her, but ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 May 1986

PAGE 10 MOUNTAIN LAUREL MAY, 1986 HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY IDA HYLTON RIDINGER Here in the Blue Ridge Mountains, mothers are the backbone of our community. One beautiful Sunday afternoon I drove to Woolwine, Virginia to see a model mountain mother, Ida Hylton Ridinger. She resides in Bassett, but her daughter, Dot Griffith had brought her to Woolwine to meet me. I remember seeing Mrs. Ridinger once when I was a very young girl when she came to Mountain View Methodist Church. Today, she is 87 years old, very alert, and has a smile that's so sweet it will brighten anyone's day. On that particular Sunday, Mrs. Ridinger looked the part of a mountain mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, in a neat navy blue dress and her pretty silver hair done up. We chatted like old friends and I learned I'm related to her on both my father and mother's side. I'm very proud to have a kinship with such a fine lady. Now I will share with you readers as Mrs. Ridinger shared with me, some of her early memor...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 May 1986

ECHOES FROM THE MILLS By Nell C. Thompson The following is an excerpt from a book, "Echoes From The Mills" by Nell C. Thompson. It is a story about her own family history and their trip from the mountains to the mills at Schoolfield, Virginia. It is also a story about a journey from one culture to another and the many adjustments made along the way. This book encompasses more than just one family's story. It is typical of the many families of that time period and economy. For those of you who wish to read the entire book, it may be ordered from Mayberry Trading Post, Rt. 2, Meadows of Dan, VA 24120. The cost is $4.50 plus $1.50 for postage and handling. This section of the book just covers the move from the mountains to the Mill. Other chapters detail life at the mills in every aspect. Schoolfield Mill is no longer in exi stance, but thanks to Nell Thompson, it lives on. Following the Civil War, times were hard everywhere and especially in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. For t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 May 1986

* PAGE 12 MOUNTAIN LAUREL MAY, 1986 The Mail Box Dear Mrs. Thigpen, I am writing in response to D. Spratberry's request for information concerning Scaly Mt. Hillbilly Craft Show. High Country Crafters, Inc., a non-profit organization committed to the production and promotion of high-quality hand crafts, sponsors several "Mountain Hillbilly Craft" shows at Scaly Mountain, North Carolina. Scaly Mt. is 7 miles north of Dillard, Georgia and 7 miles south of Highlands, North Carolina. This ..year's fairs will be held July 4-6, August 1-3, and October 1012 and 17-19. My husband and I (and our stained glass) will be at the July fair. If Mr. Spratberry will stop by our booth and identify himself, we will give him a free suncatcher. Hope this helps. Sincerely, Janice Hudnall Hillsville, Virginia Howdy folks, Enclosed is my renewal. I appreciate your efforts and dedication to the "Laurel" and the Blue Ridge folks. As a suggestion, how about a story on "Spring Tonics" or "Home Remedies"? Thank...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 May 1986

BLUE RIDGE DIGEST When is a doll not a plaything? When it is a fashion doll. At one time, fashion dolls were made in France and shipped to America with a wardrobe trunk of clothing made in the latest styles. They were perfect scaled-down copies of the originals, seamstresses in America copied the styles faithfully. The art of fashion dolls may have played out with the mass production of reliable paper dress patterns, but it has seen a recent revival in the form of Pete Ballard's work. He has created 36 dolls, 40" tall, authentically dressed in costumes from the 1760 through 1930 time period. It all began with a lot of scrap lace and remnants of very old clothing. Pete knew it was much to valuable to throw out, but unusable as they were. Pete Ballard was born in Welch, West Virginia and always had an interest in design. Early in his career, he worked briefly in the design of theatre costumes. From there, he began restoration work of clothing for museum exhibits. His work has won the ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 May 1986

PAGE B BLUE RIDGE DIGEST FRONT ROYAL VIRGINIA THE BEGINNING OF THE SKYLINE DRIVE 0 Junction US 340 & Skyline Drive. Frot Front Royal 35 •i. east to Hiddleburg. Washington DC is 63 ii; 18 ai southeast to Washington,Va; 21 ni north to Winchester, Va. Dickey Ridge Visitor Center. Water, co«fort stations, picnic grounds, exhibits, slide prograts, sales publications, alt. 1940. 21 Hogback Overlook. Alt. 3385. View of 11 bends of Shenandoah River is visible on clear days. 24.1 Elkwallow. Picnic grounds, water, coafort stations, picnic tables and fireplaces provided. Edinburg, VA - pop. 766 SHENANDOAH VINEYARDS. SHENANDOAH VALLEY'S FIRST WINERY. FREE TOURS. EASY ACCESS OFF 1-81. WOODSTOCK OR EDINBURG EXIT. (703-984-8699). 3UL Panoraaa. Junction Us 211. 9 ai. nest to Luray, 7ai. east to Sperryvilie, 24 ai. to New Market; 26 ai. to Culpepper. Alt. 2304. Sperryville, VA "In the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains". On US 211, 7 ailes east of Skyline Drive. PARKWAY SIFT SHOP - 4 ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 May 1986

114.? ROANOKE RIVER OVERLOOK TRAIL. 120.4 ROANOKE MOUNTAIN. 1.3 ai. to caipground on spur rd. to Hill Mountain, trails. One way 3.7 ii. rd. around Roanoke Mountain (Mile 120.3). Steep grades, beautiful views fro* suiait. 121.4 JUNCTION PARKWAY iUS 220. Roanoke is 5 «i. north. South: 5 ii. to Boones Mill, 21 ei. to Rocky Mount, 45 ■i. to Martinsville. Siith Mountain Lake by May of US 220 to Rocky Mount and Va. Rt. 40. 12?.6 ROANOKE VALLEY PARKIN 6 OVERLOOK. Fine view of Roanoke City. 136 ADNEY BAP. Junction Parkway * US 221. Alt. 2,6?0. 144 DEVILS BACKBONE PARKIN 6 OVERLOOK. Alt. 2,685. Beautiful vie*. 144.8 PINE SPUR PARKING OVERLOOK. Naaed for the white pine tree depicted on Parkway eablea. Alt. 2,703. 154.5 SHART VIEM. Picnic grounds, hiking trails, coafort station, water, Nilliaa Jeff Trail Cabin. Alt. 2,500. 500 acres. NQRHY CHESTNUT - MILEPOST 159.3. COUNTRY CRAFTS. QUALITY HANDCRAFTED QUILTS, CRAFTS, BASKETS k MANY OTHER ITEHS. COLD DRINKS, CAMPING SELF CONT. OPEN DAILY. (703)...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 May 1986

D BLUE RIDGE DIGEST CROOKED OAK GROCERY - RT 2, HILLSVILLE, VA 24343. 703/398-2879. HON-SAT 7 A.H.-9 P.H. SUN 8-8 FULL LINE OF GROCERIES, PIZZA TO 60, VCR AND HOVIES TO RENT. Stuart, VA - 17 ailes East on (JS 58 froa Parkway. W* W PRODUCE - LOCATED 1 NILE NEST OF STUART ON RT. 58. LAR6EST VARIETY OF FRESH PRODUCE, HONEHADE APPLEBUTTER, HOLASSES, HONEY, ARTS, & CRAFTS AND SOUVENIRS IN THE AREA. NE GROW AND PACK OUR ONN APPLES & NILL SHIP ANYNHERE. NE INVITE YOU TO CONE BY AND VISIT OUR GIFT SHOP. GAS, GROCERIES AND FAST FOOD AVAILABLE. OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY, 7 DAYS A NEEK. 703-694-4602. THE OIDE SHOPPE - ADJ. TO CLARK BROTHERS HARDWARE (ESTABLISHED 1885) IN STUART, VA. A UNIQUE BLEND OF ANTIQUE FURNITURE & DECORATING ACCESSORIES. QUALITY REPRODUCTIONS IN NOOD, TIN, BRASS, PEWTER, ETC. HANY ITEMS HANDMADE. RT. 8, DOMNTOMN STUART, VA. PHONE: 703-694-6500. Mayberry, VA - Alt. 2,783 MAYBERRY TRADING POST - ESTABLISHED IN 1892. CRAFTS, MOUNTAIN BOOKS, NOL...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 May 1986

HEART OF THE BLUE RIDGE MERCHANTS AND SERVICES "WHITE PAGES DIRECTORY" SAVINGS AS SIMPLE AS BLACK WHITE Friday Nights (5-10 p.m.) SEAFOOD BUFFET All You Can Eat! *Lobster Thermodore *Popcorn Shrimp *Clam Strips *Shrimp Creole *Oriental Steamed Shrimp *Tuna Salad *Baked Flounder *French Fries *Crab Legs *Homemade Hush *Crab Meat Salad Puppies * Seafood Salad * Fresh Fruits *Codfish Nuggets *Salad Bar *Live Entertainment Featuring Duane Steele 6 - 10 p.m. Friday & Sat *Full Menu Service 7 Days Per Week *We Specialize in Prime Rib Open 7 Days a Week -11 a.m. -10 p.m. Hickory Hill Shopping Center Menu & Buffet Shenandoah znanaoan ±tciuxctni "A UNIQUE DINING EXPERIENCE" UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Janet Semones LUNCH BUFFET *3 Meat Dishes *4 Vegetable Dishes * Large Salad Bar * Homemade Soup ALL YOU CAN EAT! Mon.-Sat. *2 98 Sunda V A " Da V $59 ® Saturday Nights (5-10 p.m.) BAR-B-QUE BUFFET All You Can Eat! *S!iced BBQ Beef * Chopped BBQ Pork *BBQ Short Ribs *BBQ Chicken...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 May 1986

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 May 1986

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 May 1986

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