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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 June 1987

JUNE, 1987 MOUNTAIN LAUREL ADVERTISING SUPPLEMENT COCKRAMS GENERAL ®> jgfijJf'Y STORE Jl (Formerly C ) Shoes and Clothing for the Entire Family. f/jf W\oi FLOYD FARM SERVICE Parlor w Stores Located Side By Side . „Z d S F ofiu"c D rlL Complete Line of Locust Street I 7i . n Old Fashioned "Watkins Products!" [ fToyd, Va. | Red Wing BASKETS Boots \ iluiigfM REiDjSsgpFG Hp , , ji i Record Albums I ' Bluegrass & Old time [W/mA ® Corncob Jelly I Mmnaun M "» te fJfJJ 7 1 WOODEN ■■ OLD TIME ITEMS wMP 1 CONVENIENCE Jm FLOYD FARM SERVICE t " Cg) Locust Street Floyd, Va. 24091 S S 4SIPANI I 703-745-4563 ML ' I COME BY AND BROWSE /SUPPLIES "-S-R-L. $ THROUGH OUR EVERDAY '^HST ■ I LOW ,"" """"" 1 AiVZ> 'HI | SALE PRICES ® W : ™ I 0/V MANY ITEMS! CAMMM "*SM«COO«M K*X> >AW« 0»«* 1

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 June 1987

FLORSHEIM" j/% FATHER'S DAY - JUNE 21st /Jtelfi/ Jmm have a Florsheim genuine moccasin! - --" 'xbout Soft, supple leather wraps completely around your foot for all-day comfort. Masterfully crafted and detailed, it's versatile enough for dress or business. And our outstanding range of sizes and widths guarantees you a perfect fit! /—SHOE STORE / Since 1933 Downtown Mt. Airy, NC Open Daily: 9to 5:30 Phone : 919-786-7214 Friday Nights till 8 p.m. f3L SERVICE CENTER ) ZENITH DATA SYSTEMS DATAFOX $1195. FRST DELIUERV DUAL DRIUES HERCULES COMPRTIBLE UIDEO CARD Hißes TTL MONITOR CLOCK MSDOS 3.2 256K RRM ES (703) 382-4234 DATA STATIOfI COMPREHENSIVE COMPUTER SERVICES 125 C Arrowhead Drive, Christiansburg, VA 24073 JUNE, 1987 MOUNTAIN LAUREL ADVERTISING SUPPLEMENT NEW TO THE BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY! WOODBERRY (i Jnn COME DINE WITH US! BUFFET BREAKFAST *€^2 SERVED 7:30 AM TIL 11:00 AM Choose from country ham, link or patti sausage, buckwheat or regular pancakes, scrambled eggs, grits, apples, and ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 June 1987

JUNE, 1987 MOUNTAIN LAUREL ADVERTISING SUPPLEMENT SUNSHINE TOURS 698 LINDEN DRIVE ♦ SUITE 113 * EDEN, NC 27288 Bahamas Cruise (No Flying) June 6-12 645.00 Opryland/Grand Old Opry/Nashville June 19-21 169.00 Niagra Falls, Canada June 28-July Ist 242.00 Atlantic City/Cape May/Baltimore. July 6-9 228.00 Pacific Northwest, US & Canadian Rockies July 12-Aug 1 1,195.00 ELVIS! ELVIS! ELVIS! Aug 13-16 Memphis, TN-Tupelo, Miss 224.00 Carter Family/Dollywood/ Hillsville Super Flea Market Sept 5-6 98.00 New England, Nova Scotia, Sept 12-20 Prince Edward Island 569.00 American Southwest - Sept 25-Oct 7 Grand Canyon, New Mexico.... 685.00 Canadain Fall Foliage Oct 14-18 345.00 American Southwest Oct 20-Nov 1 685.00 Nashville NOW TV Show, Nov 6-8 Grand Ole Opry, Twitty City.... 163.00 NOTE: Prices Per Person 2 in a Room. 3 & 4 Costs Less. Phone: 919-627-5650 For Departure Schedules and Reservations M§IUNT AIRY % TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE Phone (919) 786-4137 • r , Poly...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 June 1987

fsf® ABSOLUTELY |JP% FREE CLASSIFIED FOR SALE : Antique pump organ walnut, medium size. Good Condition $450.00 Suburu Brat fiber glass bed cover. Cost 550.00 sell for $150.00. Cab over 3/4 ton Chev. Camper with stove & ice box. Slide in $350.00. Tom Boggs, 1629 Lew Clem Rd., Clemmons, NC 27012. (919) 7664274. LEAKY ROOF ? Need new siding installed? Give me a call! Most any remodeling or home repairs too. Experienced. David Bourne, Galax, VA. (703) 236-7451. FOR SALE : Six inch reflector telescope with heavy duty equatorial mount - $265 Hammered Dulcimer, used - S2OO Cross compound milling vice for drill press - $35.00 Call Wytheville 703-228-7603 after 6pm. TRYING TO FIND a primer that was used back about 1917, that's when I started school. It goes like this; This is May, how do you do May. This is Will, how do you do Will., etc. I don't know the name of it. I sure would appreciate it if someone could let me know where I could find one. Mrs. W.R. Hodges, Rt. 1, Box 137, ...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 June 1987

JUNE, 1987 MOUNTAIN LAUREL ADVERTISING SUPPLEMENT ALLSTATE BUDGET MOTEL Waynesboro, VA. Color TV, Pool, Play Area Efficiency Apartments WHERE THE JOINS THE (§£y/tfie 3)tide THE HUB OF THE FAMOUS SHENANDOAH VALLEY For reservations call (703) 942-5251 VISA 4. MASTER CHARGE ACCEPTED Located on Route 250 Two Miles West of the x RATED AAA Cily»l»a,r«to. OHSim Take Staunton-Fishersville Exit 57off I-S1 i y5« TWO STAR or Fishersville Exit 608 off 1-44, \ ;| Then East on U.S. 250 VACATION TIRE%S S4IC GOODpYEAR Custom Polysteel Radial Phone 728-2311 Phone 728-4611 BA Brake & Alignment Qf [J Shop TIRE SERVICE INC. Intersections 100 & 221, Hlllsvllle, VA €i D. Jones D.DS. PC. rlon A. Goad D.D.S. "JTISTRY Ronald D. Jones, DDS Marlon A. Goad, DDS Welcoming New Patients & Gladly Accepting Insurance •TMJ disorder treatment •Root canal treatment •Cosmetic fillings & facings *Braces •Fillings of all kinds *Budget dentures Office Hours by Appointment Sa...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 June 1987

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 June 1987

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 June 1987

LAUREL FORK, VA OLDE MILL GOLF CLUB - Laurel Fork, Va. "Great Golf 1 4 miles west of Parkway at milepost 186.7 on Rt 631. Follow signs to Rt. 645. Open to public, group outing rates. Scenic 18 hole championship layout with 52 acres of lakes and streams. 703-398-2211. [5020] FAMILY STOP-N-GO - Hwy 58, 10 mi. west of Parkway. Gas, grocery, & ABC off premises, ice & picnic supplies, car needs, & mechanic - road service. 703-398-2966. [2511] CROOKED OAK GROCERY - Rt. 2, Hillsville, VA 24343. 703-398-2879. Mon-Sat 7am-9pm, Sun Bam--Bpm. Full line of groceries, pizza to go, VCR and movies to rent. [3522] VESTA, VA LITTLE IVY SUPERMARKET - Open 7 days. Hwy. 58, 3 mi. east of Pkwy. Gulf gas, hot dogs, picnic supplies. 703-952-2622. Open sam M-F, 6am Sat., 7am Sun. Close 10pm Daily. [4504] MAYBERRY, VA MAYBERRY TRADING POST - Established in 1892. Crafts, mountain books, apple butter making in fall. Authentic mountain atmosphere. Milepost 180-181 in sight o...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 June 1987

BLUE RIDGE DIGEST PAGE BRDIO (See map on Blue Ridge Digest page "7") BRP 389.6 Accomodations Bulletin Board BRP 408.6 Mount Pisgah. Picnic area, campground, trails, restaurant, Inn, gas. Originally part of the Vanderbilt estate, the first forestery school in America was established on this estate. Being the first large tract of managed forest in this country, it became the nucleus of Pisgah National Forest. PISGAH FOREST, NC THE PINES COUNTRY INN -Truly A Country Inn where guest are treated like family at Grandma's house. Rates include Breakfast & dinner. 8 mi. east of Brevard, 14 mi. west of Hendersonville, NC. 704-877-3131 or write 719 Hart Rd., Pisgah Forest, NC. 28768. Make reservations early. Open May - Oct. [llo7] 8RP417 Looking Glass Rock. A large granite mountain. BRP 418.8 Graveyard Field Overlook. Walking trail loops to Yellowstone Falls. BRP 422.4 Devil's Courthouse Parking Area. 360 degree views await you at end of 40 minute walk to "Courthouse." BRP 423.2 Be...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 June 1987

ABINGDON, VA WASHINGTON COUNTY, VA. - Gateway to Mt Rogers Nat. REcreation area & cultural center of Appalachian Highlands. County seat since 1778, Abingdon offers the Barter Theater, historic, arts, crafts, antiques. Va. Highlands County Chamber of Commerce, 304 Depot Square, Abingdon, Va. 24210. 703-628-8141. [5510] DIXIE POTTERY - Abingdon, VA. On US 11 between 1-81 Exits 5 & 6. Over 25 years in housewares & decorative accessories. Mon-Sat. 9:30-6:00. Sun. 1:006:00. [1541] GLENDALE SPRINGS, NC GLENDALE SPRINGS INN - Nineteenth century inn furnished with antiques & crafts. Restaurant open for lunch & dinner - international cuisine. Lodging for a limited number of guest Milepost 259. For info. & reservations call 919-982-2102. [2543] LEE S LODGE & RESTAURANT - 100 yards from Parkway. Turn at Northwest Trading Post at milepost 259. 2/10 mile from World Famous Fresco's at Holy Trinity Church. AAA. 23 ...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 June 1987

BLUE RIDGE DIGEST PAGE BRDI2 NORTH CAROLINA June 3 Asheville, Guild Fair Poster Exhibit, Folk Art Center. 5-6 Mount Airy. 16th Annual Bluegrass & Old Time Fiddlers Convention. Old fashioned country fiddlin', bluegrass music. 919-786-6830. 11=11 Asheville. 13th Annual Highland Heritage Art & Craft Show. Asheville Shopping Mall. 704-254-0070. 12-14 Hendersonville Craft Show & Sale. n Annual Dillsboro Heritage Festival. Celebration of mountain living, past & present. Spinners, weavers, singers, dancers, art, carfts, 704-586-5244. 13 "Fiber Day" at Folk Art Center, Asheville. Natural fibers, sheep shearing. 17-20 Bakersville. NC Rhododendron Festival. 704-688-3113. 18-20 Cliffside. 12th Annual Snuffy Jenkins Oldtime Bluegrass Music Festival. 704-657-5411. 20 Cornbread Cook-Off at Old Hampton Store, Linville. 12-2JL Franklin Festival of Festivals. German Bavarian music, championship fiddling, clogging, crafts, heritage foods. 704-524-3161. ...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 June 1987

GENEALOGY I am seeking information regarding my great-great grandfather, Henry Hardy of Carroll County, Virginia. I would like information regarding the place of his birth, the date of his birth, and the identity of his mother. His father was John Hardy; I would like to know where he was born and who his parents were. Henry Hardy's daughter, Matilda, married Lt. Cadwallader Massey, Co. C, 29th VA. Inf., who died at Lexington, Kentucky, on Oct. 17, 1862. I would like to know where he was buried, who his parents were, and if Matilda remarried after his death. Evelyn S. Bowman 4462 Kirk wood Drive Roanoke, VA 24018 Subscribe Today To The Mountain Laurel A Monthly Journal Of Mountain Life 1 Year (12 Issues) Only *B.OO Send A Gift! j Tell us the occasion - Happy Father's Day, Get Well Soon, O Y Par /91 T esllpe \ Onlv *1 ZL HA Happy Birthday, We Miss You, Thinking of You, or * C<U7 J VSniy your own special message, and we will sen d card 3 Year (36 Issues) Only 'IB.OO Send You...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 June 1987

PAGE 14 MOUNTAIN LAUREL JUNE, 1987 OZARK DREAMS AND MOUNTAIN MEMORIES BY: LILLIE A. EMERY © 1987 A few weeks after Papa was born in 1875, both his parents died. He was raised by his teenage half brothers and sister. Goodness sake's alive, how in the world did four children that young manage to raise a little bitty baby back then, I've often wondered. And how did their English/Scottish parents come to be in the Ozark Hills? Papa was almost 30 years old when he met Mama on a crisp autumn day. Mama and the two hired girls Emma and Widow McMartin had gone to town to buy calico print and eyelet embroidery for new dresses and petticoats. Their buggy broke down in the middle of the road. Papa came along hauling a wagon load of lumber to town; he stopped and fixed the buggy. Mama told me about meeting Papa a few times when I was a little girl. When I was sick abed she'd read to me from her McGuffy reader of Papa's King Arthur book. She said he acted as courteous as a real prince when he fix...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 June 1987

OZARK DREAMS AND MOUNTAIN MEMORIES BY: LILLIE A. EMERY ©1987 CONTINUED FROM PAGE 14. and bigger farm. I was the seventh of eight children and the youngest of four girls. Two years later Jonathan "Baby Brother" was born. Today as I prepare this story to mail to "The Mountain Laurel" for publication, it is March 25, 1987, my 63 birthday. When I began writing this all down half a lifetime ago, I did not know it would be published, but in my heart of hearts I knew it was a precious and rich bit of Americana about the Ozark Mountain/Hill folks that should not be forgotten. Mama and Papa, as well as so many other Ozark families, taught their children and raised us with practically no help from the outside world. But when Mama and Papa's four fine sons grew up they were needed and sent to the four corners of the world to help preserve our precious freedom. Most of us Ozark kids dreamed of seeing the outside world and crossing the ocean and most of our boys did, but many, many of them never...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 June 1987

PAGE 16 MOUNTAIN LAUREL JUNE, 19#7 This story ends in the fall of 1931 and began in the early 1800's. Until 1929 the Albemarle Pippin was the apple grown in the Valley of Virginia. After the crash in '29 all export of apples to Britain ground to a halt and the apple export business became history. John Willet operated "Big Bend Orchard" and his brother Sam had orchards on Bent Mountain. The following is about the Willet Brother's cousin, Bill Willet. Bill lived in a log-bodied house up against the "Pore Mountain" side of Bent Mountain. The family had a few fruit trees, but were mostly farmers, growing pigs, grain, corn, and vegetables. In the late 1800's the family raised grains that had to be thrashed. Like all the other mountain people, this was done by hand. The cradle Scythes were used by the men, but the flails were used on a special threshing-floor largely by the women and young people. The grain fell through cracks in the threshing floor, where it was caught on cloths and sac...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 June 1987

Even as a little boy, Papa had been curious and interested in matters of the spirit. "where do people go when they die?" he asked. "How many stars did God make in the sky? Does God see everybody at the same time? How can God's light shine over all the world?" Each question he asked centered around wonder and awe concerning the world and the bright firmament above. Both his early environment and heredity nurtured the soil for his curiosity and his profound interest in examining the identity and origin of objects. Grandma Jennings loved to study the varied leaves, flowers and plants. She taught them Bible verses and stanzas of the old ballads and gospel songs she sang while churning butter or washing dishes. Hoeing beside them in the garden or cornfield, she told them stories about their ancestors from Ireland, Scotland and Old England so they might remember their fruitful heritage. Grandfather acquired his education from the Bible, his worn copy of Pilgrim's Progress, and other prize...

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 June 1987

PAGE 18 MOUNTAIN LAUREL JUNE, 1987 GLORY TRAIN CONTINUED FROM PAGE 17. and the sun it was the most marvelous creation, he felt, that God had created for man's speculation. Venus, the radiant evening star, shone bright and clear above the narrow Vshapped western slope of Deep Valley where the two tall mountains locked with spreading branches. Grandfather watched for the appearance of Venus in the spring when the dogwoods and redbuds first trimmed our hillside. He noted its splendor when the trees towered fully dressed in mature green on long summer evenings. In autumn, when red and gold leaves awaited tinseled frost, the planet shone in glorious wonder. Even on winter nights, when feathery snow topped the valley's bare hills, Grandfather sat watching the glory of Venus. Wrapped in his old overcoat, he sat in the porch swing, pondering the unfathomable mystery of its remote wonder. Grandfather knew, of course, that he would never have the opportunity of visiting Venus to explore its g...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 June 1987

GLORY TRAIN CONTINUED FROM PAGE 18. light- Papa bent low to catch his last words. "The glory-train - Will The happy moment had arrived for Grandfather to enter heaven at last as a reality. After Grandfather's death, Papa meditated long moments without speaking to anyone. And yet at times he laughed and played with Clayton and John, Jim and Jerry, and me. Sometimes, too, he sang the old gospel songs happily with Mama. "Both life and death are deep mysteries, Betsy," he reflected one day. "Life is a gift to be used well each day." "Why, of course," answered Mama quite matter-of-factly "Only the othelday I was telling Lorena-" "Lorena Bender!" exclaimed Papa. "I dreamed about her and Dan last night." "You don't say! Don't tell me you're beginning to believe in dreams and--" But even Mama couldn't bring herself to speak of Grandfather's glory train so sooii after his death. Not for several months did Papa speak of Grandfather's favorite dream. Right away, though, he started searching fo...

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 June 1987

PAGE 20 MOUNTAIN LAUREL JUNE, 1987 BACKROADS (Continued from page 24) Recently it was my pleasure to spend a few days in the small (population 128) mountain community of Duffield, Cumberland. I was there planning a BACKROAD tour through the area thinking I was still in Virginia, but local agitators were plotting a light hearted rebellion at that very moment. It seems that folks in Bell, Harlan and Knox counties Kentucky, Claiborne, Hancock and Hawkins counties Tennessee and Wise, Scott and Lee counties Virginia got their heads together one day and found out they had more in common with their neighbors across the state line than they did with own state capitols. Being so far from their respective state bureaucracies, enviable as it does appear, proved the old adage about it being smart to "stand next to the trough". Feeling that too few of the benefits of statehood trickled their way into the nine county area from their respective capitols the folks out here decided to merge their co...

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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 June 1987

and Henry College. He was president of the Radford State Teacher's College 1913-3. Dr. Mconnell was president of Southwest Virginia Inc. and was associated with many cultural agencies. Marker No. 2: The first court of Scott County. The monument in the field to the west marks the site of Benjamin T. Hollin's home in which was held the first court of this county February 14,1815. "Behind that marker is the monument on the spot of the first court in Scott County." Marker No. 3: Big Moccasin Gap, in March 1775 Daniel Boone made his way through this gap to Boonesboro, Ky. It followed the original Indian path known as the Wilderness Road. For a long time it was the main route to Kentucky from the east Marker No. 4: Donelson's Indian Line, John Donelson's line surveyed after the treaty of Lochaber with the Indians in 1770 crossed the road here. This line separated Indian territory from land open to settlement. Violations of the line by settlers contributed to Dunmore's War in 1774. 33.7 (0...

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