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

PAGE 6 - THE MOUNTAIN LAUREL - AUGUST 1986 One afternoon at feeding time an empty, messy-bottomed cardboard carton of the size to hold paper towels sat in front of the rabbit hutches. Muttering and mumbling at someone's littering, I carried it behind the shed, where a large, reddish brown strange hen suddenly fluttered timidly past the corner, squawking. The box's resident! She and I circuited the shed two or three times. She was faster. My ego is never bolstered by the fact that each small creature can outrace me - and this one had barely used her wings. I didn't want to frighten her. Chickens are admirable yard pets, eating copiously of weeds and pests. They're sloppy? Such serene scavangings balance a great amount of theoretical neatness. From a distance I watched as she investigated a foot of space at the end of the board pile, wriggled into that shallow cave to rest the night. When she'd settled, I went after her. Clucking calmly, she relaxed, no hen alien to human hands. I car...

Publication Title: Mountain Laurel
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 August 1986

HUMILITY (continued from page 6) butterflies and falling leaves. "I am going to make an egg! I am going to make an egg!" the mother cries promisingly. After her announcements are shouted the yard quiets. The pregnant hen grows obsessively busy, the roosters and other hens discover lunch, the ducks resume their drowsy courtship. Poobah purrs tentatively from inside and Clunk assaults last night's bone. The yard remains still for some unguessable time. It may be fifteen minutes; it might last an hour and a quarter. "Oh! I have made an egg! I have really made an egg! You never saw this egg! I have made a grand egg! Fit for dinosaurs and kings!" The farmyard bruhaha resumes. "An egg! An egg! She has really laid an egg!" the roosters chorus in resentful frustration. They cannot even take quill to sonnet, while she - she - is creative as easily as - as easily as laying an egg! "She has laid herself an egg! She has really laid an egg!" the second hen sotto voices. "I wasn't sure she'd do i...

Publication Title: Mountain Laurel
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 August 1986

PAGE 8 - THE MOUNTAIN LAUREL - AUGUST 1986 I was (and still am) delighted to discover, back in 1977, that I am a descendant of the Beans of East Tennessee pioneer stock. (Also spelled: Beene, Mcßean, Bane, Bain, Bene, Beenne, Behn, Beanne, Been, etc.) It took only a little bit of research and some contact with distant relatives to make me a lifetime addict of the Art of Family Tree Climbing and General Ancestor Worship. It was exciting to learn that my Bean forbearers go all the way back to Donald Bean, the last Celtic king of Scotland. The first of my ancestors to touch American soil came into Virginia at the Hampton Roads Harbor on the Dianna in 1618. Why, that was two years before the Mayflower ! (Who do they think they are anyway?) But that was only the beginning of Bean accomplishments. Afterall, we all know that "breed is more important than pasture," and those superior genes were bound to crop out from time to time and in some very interesting ways. From Pittsylvania County i...

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

When I go blackberry picking I know half of my reason for going is nostalgia. I remember going berry picking when I was a child and although there was a gap of years between those days and recent occasions when I have picked again, I have to admit to myself that nostalgia is as much a reason to pick berries now as the enjoyment of eating them. Berry picking time is usually in June in Guilford County, North Carolina, where I lived as a child. My mother would take her brood of four children to the woods and fields of a farm where she had grown up and we would stay from morning until late afternoon. She would pack us a lunch so that it was looked forward to as a picnic too. As we lived in Greensboro in a residential area with mowed lawns and clipped hedges, chiggers weren't a part of our lives, but I can associate every blackberry-picking day with chiggers. Mother would have us wear clothing that would resist snags from the brambles and we would have to wear shoes and socks that protec...

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

PAGE 10 - THE MOUNTAIN LAUREL - AUGUST 1986 I recall with reverence the first seven years of my life living in the south western section of Carroll County, south of the Blue Ridge. That was before my family moved across the mountain where I still live alongside the Blue Ridge Parkway. During the afternoon hours our house stood in the shadow of Fisher's Peak and on a spur of the Blue Ridge was the Sugar Loaf which reminded me of a gigantic ice cream cone turned upside down. Even after all these years, nostalgia always beclouds my thoughts when I remember the good old days romping and playing over the fields and meadows or wading in the small stream that meandered its way through the meadow in front of our house trying to catch water skippers or dragon flies. My fondest memories yet were of Uncle Sol, as everybody called him, and the whopping tales he invented and told about the pioneer citizens who lived in this section many, many years ago. My favorites were the stories he told of t...

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

SPRINGS & SPOUTS BY: IVALIEN HYLTON BELCHER ©1986 Have you ever thought of the difference in the spring and the spout? I had never really thought about it until some friends and I got into a conversation while hiking at Rocky Knob Park. We had stopped along a shaded trail at a spring. Sarah Bee always has to have a drink of water at all the mountain streams. The water was crystal clear and ice cold. Sarah Bee drank her fill and then said, "Hey, you know there's a difference in the spring and spout, don't you?" Thus began the converstaion on these subjects. A spring is water flowing up from the ground, a source or beginning. Our drinking water came from the spring, never the spout. Water used for cooking came from there also. The path to our spring was shaded by beautiful trees and very cool on a summer's day. My very favorite thing about our spring was a tin Karo Syrup bucket of milk and bread setting there in cold water. By noon, that tickled one's taste buds. I still l...

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

PAGE 12 - THE MOUNTAIN LAUREL - AUGUST 1986 The Mail Box Dear Editor, I just had a call from one of my friends. She had been out and bought The Mountain Laurel and she asked me, since I am from Meadows of Dan Community (rather say Mayberry, Va. My uncle Sephus Scott ran the store and post office.), did I know Coon Spangler. [Story by John H. Yeatts in June issue, "Home In Time For Planting".] I told her I sure ought to, he was my grandfather on my dad's side, who was Lindsey E. Spangler. We moved to Danville in the early 1900's. In fact, I think it was either 1913 or 1914. Our house got burnt down. We were living on the Vol Reynolds place and it burnt everything we had, so we moved to Schoolfield, Virginia. My mother, dad, and oldest sister have gone on to be with the Lord, but there is five of us girls still living, all here in Danville but two. I was 5 years old when we left Mayberry and I still love up there. I am 79 years old now. The main reason I'm writing this is I am sending...

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

THE BLUE RIDGE DIGEST The country inns and bed and breakfast houses in North Carolina reflect perfectly the friendliness and hospitality of the people of the state. The National Register of Historic Homes lists many of these inns as historical treasures; they also reflect the heritage of Americans. The inns, because of their locations throughout the state, can accommodate the interests of almost any vacationer, whether it is hiking, sunbathing or just loafing. These bed and breakfasts are ideal for vacationers or businesspeople travelling alone, since personal attention and friendly conversation is often a part of the country inn plan, they can be sure of residing in homey comfort at the inns. Their owners have created many of these bed and breakfast houses and inns from restored homes, and the houses' architectural styles range from early American to Italiante. An added advantage to the comforts of staying in a country inn may be the price of staying there. A bed and breakfast hous...

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

PAGE B BLUE RIDGE DIGEST FRONT ROYAL VIRGINIA THE BEGINNING OF THE SKYLINE DRIVE Q Junction US 340 & Skyline Drive. From Front Royal 35 mi. east to Middleburg. Washington, DC is 63 mi.; 18 mi. southeast to Washington, Va; 21 mi. north to Winchester, Va. 4.6 Dickey Ridge Visitor Center. Water, comfort stations, picnic grounds : exhibits, slide programs, sales publications. AIL 1940. 21 Hogback Overlook. Alt. 3385. View of 11 bends of Shenandoah River is visible on clear days. 24J. Elkwallow. Picnic grounds, water, comfort stations, picnic tables and fireplaces provided. THE WISHING WELL & THE CHRISTMAS SHOP - "The Biggest Little Country Store In Northern Virginia". 8,000 sq. ft. Moccasins, fireworks, souvenirs, mugs, cedar, t-shirts, tops, turquoise, leather, martial arts, and much, much more. Rt. 522 S. halfway between Front Royal and Winchester. (Just off Rt. 66). 703-869-4117. FRONT ROYAL, VA 808 & PEGS VINTAGE TIN - Antique Auto Restoration &am...

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

TUGGLES GAP, VA TUGGLES GAP MOTEL & RESTAURANT - 150 yards south of Parkway on Rt. 8. Modern private bath. ABC license, Restaurant & Exxon Service. Ice. Floyd, VA 24091 703- 745-3402. WOOLWINE, VA 6 mi. E. of Parkway on Rt 8. CHARITY STORE - Rt. 1, Box 30, Woolwine, VA 24185. 703-930-2137. Open year round, 7 days a week. Bam-6pm. Handmade crafts, printed T-shirts, hats, grocery store. FLOYD, VA 6 mi. from Parkway on Rt 8 STOP-N-SHOP, INC. - Quilts of excellent quality, fabrics. High quality! Low prices! Cottons, polyester, upholstery, drapery. Rt. 8 N. 10 mi. from milepost 165.703-745-4561. CONNERS STORE - South Locust St. Floyd, VA. Friendly country store, general merchandise, convenience items. 703-745-4761. PINE TAVERN RESTAURANT & LODGE. Est. 1927. 2 mi. north of town on Rt. 221; Relaxed dining in a friendly atmosphere. Overnight guests welcome. Restaurant: 703-745-4482; Lodge: 703-745-4428. BROOKFIELD CHRISTMAS TREE PLANTATION - Floyd - Tour ...

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

PAGE D BLUE RIDGE DIGEST STUART, VA - 17 miles East on US 58 from Parkway. W & W PRODUCE - Located 1 mile west of Stuart on Rt. 58. Largest variety of fresh produce, homemade applebutter, molasses, honey, arts, & crafts and souvenirs in the area. We grow and pack our own apples & will ship anywhere. We invite you to come by and visit our gift shop. Gas, groceries and fast food available. Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 703-694-4602. THE OLDE SHOPPE - Adj. to Clark Brothers hardware (Established 1885) in Stuart, VA. A unique blend of antique furniture & decorating accessories. Quality reproductions in wood, tin, brass, pewter, etc. Many items handmade. Rt 8, downtown Stuart, VA. Phone: 703-694-6500. MAYBERRY, VA - Alt. 2,783 MAYBERRY TRADING POST - Established in 1892. Crafts, mountain books, apple butter making in fall. Authentic mountain atmosphere. Milepost 180-181 in sight of Parkway. Open year round. 7 days a week. New at Maybe...

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

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

ADVERTISING SUPPLEMENT MOUNTAIN LAUREL AUGUST, 1986 "Your Key to Real Estate Service" ( O HAMPTON REAL ESTATE J —-"7 IANDT \ / IWmls 1 — v_y Rltior® appra,sals Lovely Chalet style home. 4 BR, 3 Baths, Great Room, 2 Fireplaces, Electric Heat & AC. Ground Hog Mtn. development. Reduced to $65,000. Secluded Mountain cabin, stone fireplace, Great Room, 2 BR, Bath, 5 acres located at Buck Mtn. in Grayson Co. $32,000. 50 Acres near Big Reed Island. Excellent hunting. Good cabin site, firewood. $17,900 Reduced. Lovely 2 story home, 8 rooms, 10 acres land open & wooded located on paved state road $45,000. ll Acres - Great view of surrounding mountains, long frontage on paved road. Possible owner financing. $12,000. 87 Acre farm - approximately 50 acres open and pasture; possible owner financing. l5 Acres all wooded good hunting spot $10,500. Just 6 mi. out of Hillsville on US 58 near Snake Creek. B5 Acre farm, large 2 story farmhouse, barn, large 4 acre lake, Great vi...

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

[TEXgCO] COLLIER'S GAS FULL LINE OF GROCERIES PICNIC S ABC OFF HWY. DUGSPUR, VA 24325 PHONE: (703) St., Stuart, Va VOJJUJU We go an extra measure to our customers the ■P" food and service JkJJ |U If K? TP HI e a generation, ■mVm Km I family owned and hhbhhbhbhhhphhhihhhhß Come in and visit our Patrick Springs location for all your gardening supplies. We offer seed, fertilizer, indoor and outdoor flowers, garden tools and much, much more! Come in and Register For the Great Grocery Giveaway $500.00 AUGUST, 1986 MOUNTAIN LAUREL ADVERTISING SUPPLEMENT |/oO\l WE CARRY MEN'S (Master Card] KING SIZE VISA SHOES & BOOTS L—J Sebago Loafers thru 16, Docksides thru 15, Dexter thru 15, Hush Puppies thru 16, Red Wing industrial and hunting boots thru 16, Dingo and Acme western boots thru 15, Nike and Converse athletic shoes thru 16, Reeboks thur 15, safety-toe boots, insulated boots, rubber foot-wear, Arties, etc... COMPLETE LINE OF POLISH, DRESSINGS, ETC... HANDBAGS - HOISERY AND ACC...

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

ADVERTISING SUPPLEMENT MOUNTAIN LAUREL AUGUST, 1986 *FINE FURNI * CARPETING *A CCESSORIE * DRAPERY *TV'S AND APPLIANCE HOURS: 8 • 5:30 MONDAY - SATURDAY PHONE (703) 789-2822 LOCATED ON S. LOCUST ST. FLOYD, VA. 0$ NAUTILUS B0 ™; 01 „ 516 NORTH MAIN STREET PHONE: (703) 728-3883 HILLSVILLE, VA 24343 (703) 728-3492 ASK ABOUT OUR FREE TRIAL WORKOUTS GROUP RATES FAMILY RATES 10 PEOPLE OR MORE FIRST MEMBER $195 1 YEAR ONE YEARS 180 OTHER MEMBERS $175 SBO DOWN, $25 FOR NEXT FOUR MONTHS MONTHLY PAYMENTS AVAILABLE CLUB RATE CHARTER MEMBERSHIP $195 1 YEAR REGULAR MEMBERSHIP $240 1 YEAR REGULAR MEMBERSHIP $l2O 6 MONTHS MONTHLY PAYMENTS AVAILABLESUMMER SPECIAL 3 MO. $6950 OUR FACILITIES INCLUDE OVER 18 NAUTILUS MACHINES ♦ QUALIFIED INSTRUCTORS ON DUTY AT ALL TIMES TO ASSIST YOU ♦FREE LOCKER AND TOWEL SERVICE ♦LOCKER ROOMS FOR MEN & WOMEN ♦WHIRLPOOL ♦AEROBIC EXERCISE CLASSES ♦NAUTILUS CYCLONE ♦SUPERVISED NURSERY ♦JUICE & RELAXATION AREA ♦AIR CONDITIONED EXERCISE AREA ♦SUN ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 August 1986

5 REASONS WHY YOUR NEXT CAR SHOULD COME FROM BERGLUND CHEVROLET/OLDSMOBILE 1. YOUR NEW CAR WILL COST LESS! Berglund Chevrolet/Oklsmobile will not [ye undersold. If saving money is important to yon, it will l>e worth your while to visit us. Just bring us a deal you've found on a comparable vehicle, from anywhere else, and we promise to l>eat it by at least S2(X)! 2. IF WE DONT HAVE IT ON OUR LOT, WE'IJL FIND IT FOR YOU! Berglund Chevrolet/Oklsmobile has an extensive inventory of quality GM products. No matter what style suits you-s[X)rty cars, family cars, hard-working pickups, even dej)endable used vehicles-our resources and volume mean we'll probably have what you need, but if we don't, we'll make every effort to find it, 3. WE CARE ABOUT YOU, EVEN AFIER THE SALE! Your new car's performance depends on it's upkeep. Berglund Chevrolet/Oldsmobile has a service department with a tradition of dependable, reliable niaintenance and repair work. Our mechanics and tech...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 August 1986

ADVERTISING SUPPLEMENT MOUNTAIN LAUREL AUGUST, 1986 JACKSON'S MEN'S WEAR 526 MAIN STREET, HILLSVILLE, VA 703-728-2612 RENTAL SERVICE FOR FORMAL WEAR (TUXEDOS) FULL LINE OF MEN'S^CLC)THING^ SAME D/LY ALTERATIONS GIFT ITEMS... <CPk « » . k* 1181 LEATHER GOODS—BELTS, HATS, BILLFOLDS ©Oakwood Mobile Homes $ % I 220 NORTH BUSINESS, COLLINSVILLE, VA. I 703-647-3965 NEW H 14' WIDE OAKWOOD I STARTING AT I 1 $8,995.00 ;A 1 The Souths Leading Mobile Home Company. | We Understand Your Needs And Will Be Happy To I Advise You In Your Choice Of Homes! <%Q OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 1 HOURS: MONDAY - SATURDAY BAM - BPM ALLSTATE BUDGET MOTEL Waynesboro, VA. Color TV, Pool, Play Area Efficiency Apartments WHERE THE lay, JOINS THE <§&y/irie 2)tide THE HUB OF THE FAMOUS SHENANDOAH VALLEY For reservations call (703) 942-5251 VISA & MASTER CHARGE ACCEPTED Located on Route 250 Two Miles West of the f/fXTN RATED AAA City of Waynesboro I Take Staunton-Fisher...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 August 1986

STRAND SKEES JONES & CO J "our 24-th We're Proud To Be A ( SK? no™ Part Of Progressive I Mt. Airy & Surry County! A LOCAL FIRM WITH OFFICES THROUGHOUT N.C. CERTIFI q D * Financial Statements | SERVING BUSINESS, INDUSTRY, INDIVIDUALS | Jack L Wilson. CPA. Partner: John B. Haynes. CPA. Partner: J. Samuel Gentry, Jr.. J.D.. CPA. Partner: Shelley Norton Snead. CPA; David L Jessuo. CPA: Moms W. Samet. CPA; Thomas C. Payne. CPA; James S. Pardue. J. David Haynes. Tommy 8. Payne. Jr. STRAND SKEES JONES & CO. 13S MOORE AVENUE MOUNT AIRY. N.C. PHONE: 788-8347 Dun/op^ • 45.000 mile limitea mileage warranty DIUS free replacement warranty up to 50% worn* • Polyester Dody Dues for a smooth, staoienae. • Two alloy coated steel oeits for strength and structural mtegnty. • All-season - M/S Designation. • Multi-pitch DIOCK treaa oattem for staple footprint, exceotipnai wet weather tracticn and a very quiet nde. • White sidewaJls. J55/80R13 $43.00 205/75R14 $60.00 1...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 August 1986

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 August 1986

Pine Tavern f|lf ! ** estaurant »| l|l fiSfejjjf OPEN FOR LUNCH & DINNER ||| /p\ Specializing in steaks, seafood. U \t/ Ij Deli Specialties, and Pit Cooked P tjV I# 1 North of Floyd on Rt 221 3 JL^ Call 745-4482 Overnight Guest Welcome Reservations Recommended Call (703) 745-4428 (day) (703) 745-2384 (night) A_ 129 North Franklin St 703:382-0034 Christiansburg, VA 24073 Owner Janet Hansen NEW Fall & Winter Yarns Arriving DAILY SWEATER KITS lncludes 2 Quick Patterns and enough yarn for 1 Sweater GINNIE THOMPSON S Complete Line of Danish Flower Thread & the Recommended Linen DMC FLOSS NOW 32$ NEW - Amish Charts using the floss colors recommended by the Amish Community. With purchase - you receive the Gloria &. Pat Christmas Leaflet AUGUST, 1986 MOUNTAIN LAUREL ADVERTISING SUPPLEMENT H| SLUSHER'S CLOTHING OUTLET HWY ' 221 NORTH > 1/2 MILE \\ FROM HILLSVILLE, VA. \ HOURS: |\ 9:00 TO 5:30 H MONDAY - SATURDAY (703) 728-2851 "THE A...

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