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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 November 1985

NOVEMBER 1985 Monthly Journal of Mountain Life A LOT TO BE THANKFUL FOR This is a story of two sisters, Nancy and Laura Pendleton, who state, "We haven't much to brag about, but a lot to be thankful for." Heritage and independence play a big part in the development of a strong character in both these women who grew up and still live on a 186 acre farm in the mountains of Patrick County, Virginia, near Meadows of Dan. Laura Ellen Pendleton was born April 1, 1915. Nancy Jane Pendleton was born May 30, 1919. Their parents were the late John H. and Fannie Cock Pendleton who were married on May 31, 1900. Nancy and Laura are the youngest of seven children, and the only ones now living. In this story these talented and determined sisters relate how they, too, became contributors to the family as they remember incidents of growing up on the family farm and what it' s like running that very same farm today. Laura: "The house we live in was our parent's home. I believe they started building i...

Publication Title: Mountain Laurel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 November 1985

NOVEMBER, 1985 MOUNTAIN LAUREL PAGE A LOT TO BE THANKFUL FOR Continued from page 1 about 1970. Prior to that, their oldest brother was there to help them up until the time of his death. Nancy: "People would come in here and my brothers would be out workin' in the fields, so my father would ask me to go with him and tell him how the calves were and what I thought they'd weigh and people would ask him, 'Why does she go along?' and he'd say, 'because she's my eyes." (Their father went blind; a condition caused by high blood pressure sometime in the 1950 's. He died in 1962.) So that taught me a lot about the livestock and dealing with people, too. I learned a lot about human nature. I recall an incident that happened back then, a man tried to pass a wrong bill to my father. He passed a 20 dollar bill in place of a hundred dollar bill. He tried to take advantage of my father because he was blind, but I caught him. I've run into right many difficulties dealing with the public. To give yo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 November 1985

^ > 4 # | The Mountain Laurel f I SPECIAL CHRISTMAS OFFER j jg Xd. Send a whole year of reading pleasure. Sj I x jfftr Send 6 Gift Subscriptions 1 1 MBe For $36.00 1 H (A savings of $12.00) , S § With each gift subscription, we will send an original j| s '9 n Christmas Card announcing your gift. § O VISA or □ MasterCard No Customer Stgnature Exp Date / 'Wt ' ""™i m §| NAME | NAME -|f ADDRESS | ADDRESS j| | C.TY | CITY | If STATE ZIP I STATE ZIP || g I I NAME | NAME j| jK ADDRESS I ADDRESS || j| CITY X CITY || STATE ZIP a STATE ZIP J| j|% If this is a renewal gift, please check jj If this is a renewal gift, please check § NAME i NAME __ j| i l I % [ ADDRESS | ADDRESS 'jg j| CITY 1 CITY H f| STATE ZIP | STATE ZIP j| Llf this is a renewal gift, please check U If this is a renewal gift, please check PAGE 3 MOUNTAIN LAUREL NOVEMBER, 1985

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 November 1985

NOVEMBER, 1985 MOUNTAIN LAUREL PAGE 4 BIG SCREEN RADIO In my tenth summer, Uncle Ira gave me an old radio. It was cathedral and bulky with a flat base and had a cracked knob on each side of the little dial indicator. He admitted it didn't look like much, but said he felt certain there were plenty of pictures still inside. He wasn't spoofing, either. Many times during that summer I saw Gene Autry and Pat Buttram at Melody Ranch, Roy Rogers and Foy Willing at the Double R Bar, and Judy Canova and Eddie Dean at Rancho Canova. Then one day I heard Rose Maddox singing about a "Philadelphia Lawyer," and I started looking closely at what I was hearing. Before long, my head was full of marvelous pictures. I saw bluebirds on Elton Britt's window sill, Roy Acuff's "Streamline Cannonball" speeding through the night, and the bubbles in Tommy Duncan's beer. After that, my collection of three-minute adventures flourished, and just as easily as any book could ever do it, that old magic box pulled ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 November 1985

Recently I found some old photographs of my grandparents, had some copies made and sent to my three children. With their thank you notes come this quisition. What about your Grandma Parker? Are there no pictures of her, if not, why? Suddenly it dawned on me that I knew almost nothing about my daddy's mother. I remember hearing Mama say my Grandma Parker died when I was a baby, of something called consumption. That is all I could remember hearing about her. I started to wonder why Daddy never talked about his Mama, or if he did, why didn't I remember? After sixty-five years I was suddenly very curious and started searching for any information I could find. My Daddy, all four brothers and his one sister are dead. All but two of the in-laws are dead also. Aunt Kate, the oldest brother's wife, and Aunt Mandie, the youngest brother's wife, are still living, in North Carolina. First I went to see Aunt Kate. She is not well and her memory is about gone, so I went to see Aunt Mandie. She is...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 November 1985

NOVEMBER, 1985 MOUNTAIN LAUREL PAGE 6 RUCKER AND LOLA HARRIS "THE ROOSTER TRADE" "Let's see, let me tell you about a rooster trade I made one time that people are still laughing about around here. One day my uncle and a nephew came over to the house. I had this fine rooster there. My uncle wanted to make me a trade with a rooster he had. So I asked a lot of questions about his rooster and decided to trade. Well, my uncle brought his rooster over and I gave him mine. I took that sack out to the chicken house, got the rooster out, put him on the roosting pole. He fell off and I thought, 'What in the world is the matter!' Guess what! That rooster didn't have any feet! I had asked my uncle everything about that rooster but his feet. That's the way trading goes. People here still laugh about that rooster trade. My nephew was laughing and talking about it the other day. Yes siree, everything happens to you when you are a trader." The Mountain View Community in the Meadows of Dan area of T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 November 1985

RUCKER AND LOLA HARRIS Continued from page 6 Wfct f |^ii' W&. g. f ■ gaw| » « jdKg^H fl| * p iHuhmH Hp I f*f | ||P| iiSnHHHw" I still drive and go places and piddle around on the farm a lot. There's always something to do. But I always have time to sit in the porch swing, play with my dog or talk to people that come by. Yes, the Lord has richly blessed me and I've lived a full life." Says Lola: "Well, I guess I'll just let Rucker do most of the talking since he's a big talker anyway. Maybe I'll tell you a few little things about myself. My parents were William Tilden Under wood and Mary Ellen Belcher Under wood. My mother passed away when I was barely six years old. This made my childhood kinda sad with no mother to guide me. I was born down on Rock Castle near The Bear Rocks. Running and playing on these rocks was a favorite game. I was a little tomboy I guess, climbing trees and swinging on a grapevine. I remember having one doll in my life. It was porcelain with a red...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 November 1985

NOVEMBER, 1985 MOUNTAIN LAUREL PAGE 8 WILLIS, VIRGINIA A COMMUNITY CAPTURED IN PHOTOGRAPHS FROM 1911-1928 '■& -^••^i" ^: iwjnuiiiwjß"' '^MjH^lpll y The Graduating class of Willis Agricultural High School in 1928. Frank Hylton is Ist. on left, back row. On top of Buffalo Mountain, May 22, 1911. Walking tour led by Andrew Jackson Wed die (1848-1924) pictured on right. i ffyiMkj '^KPhBPB Burkes Fork Church of the Brethren Singing School. Jed Sowers, Singing Master on right. I «• *»■ j| HMQjr*. jKii/ t jß^ c '■ k lH i^M J % ~*' Tin 11 'jgZ^SMWr^^^Hmß Rk Pratt family women: Back row, left - Eliza Weddle (2nd. wife of A.J. Weddle), her sister Katherine Hylton on right. Front row - Margaret Keith, sister; Mary Whorley Pratt, mother. ■ v .v &»***, '•' * vMk U>*h W. jsl§&: *& / ~ *& *»* V m t*M JL™'J«fctt« &L.JHfc* Jk#*tHK 40te «i« ' •&$&& Mmzm xJL&S&...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 November 1985

A LOT TO BE THANKFUL FOR Continued from page 2 our clothes. 'Course I'm not as fast at it as I used to be. When you get out and use chainsaws and split wood, why, your fingers aren't as nimble as they were at one time!" Both Nancy and Laura remember their parents as being honest, hard-working, industrious people who always strived to make life better for their children. Their parents not only taught them good morals, but also how to be conservative, how to "make do" with what they had until they were able to have better. Nancy and Laura agree that this has helped them through many trying ordeals and taught them not to let their wants and wishes get the best of their financial abilities. Laura: "Most of the things Nancy and I have are make-shift, but we get along with it. The furniture we've made, now it's nothin' fancy, it's not perfect, but money has come hard, and we're happy with what we have. With all that we've gone through, we don't value new things just so we can say we have ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 November 1985

NOVEMBER, 1985 MOUNTAIN LAUREL PAGE 10 MOUNTAIN GRANDPA AND GRANDMA By: John M. and Ruth Elizabeth Robertson (as told to Kathy Robertson) Mountain Grandpa and Grandma lived at the top of the mountain in Floyd County, Virginia and we lived 14 miles down the mountain in a valley of Franklin County called Callaway. Mountain Grandpa, Thomas Lutron Robertson, was born on September 22, 1826 in Pizarro, a settlement 6 miles east of the town of Floyd. His parents had come from Rustburg in Campbell County because his mother suffered from asthma and they hoped the mountain air would help her health (it did - she had 4 boys and several girls and lived to be an old person). Mountain Grandma, Pernetta Underwood, was born on June 14 1832, also in Pizarro. She was barely seventeen, short, skinny and blonde; he, 21, 5'10", dark skin and dark hair, when they married on September 13, 1849. They bought a farm of about 100 acres in Pizarro (the land almost touches the present Blue Ridge Parkway near Sm...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 November 1985

MOUNTAIN GRANDPA AND GRANDMA Continued from page 10 light and went to bed when it got dark (even at 5:30 p.m. in the winter). It seemed too quiet and forlorn to John and he missed his brothers and sisters. He did meet other young people when attending the Pizarro school, a four room building, housing around 100 pupils. Miss Kate Proffitt was his teacher and kind to the new student. She boarded with the Bob Harveys, who ran the Pizarro Post Office and general store. Spelling bees were an everyday part of school and John remembers being the last to sit down for two days in a row. On his way home from school, John passed the Harvey's store and Mrs. Harvey would often come out (without letting Mr. Harvey SHIRLEY'S FRAME SHOP 511 Roanoke St. Christiansburg 703-382-8746 Complete line of Grumbacher Art Supplies. Quality Health Care I n The Comfort Of Your Home ADMINISTRATIVE«, RADFORD REGIONAL OFFICES 319 First Street Radford, Virginia 24141 (703) 731-1929 Toll Free In Virginia Home Health...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 November 1985

NOVEMBER, 1985 MOUNTAIN LAUREL PAGE 12 The Mail Box Dear Readers, We'd like to say thank you to the newspapers and television stations that have run stories about us in recent months. A special thanks to Hunter James of the Atlanta Journal/Constitution, whose article was picked up by a wire service and printed in papers all across America. We are printing some of the letters we recieved in response to their kind words about The Mountain Laurel. Susan Thigpen, Editor Dear Editors: We really enjoy the paper. We wait each month for the next issue. We read it from the front to the back, every article. Thank you, The Palmer family Spring Lake Heights, NJ Thanks so much for the complimentary copy of the Mountain Laurel. It is a delightful magazine. It is so nice to be able to read about all of these people who helped to build our part of the country. I can appreciate the time and work that goes into a paper like this. I'm proud of you. Sincerely, M. Baker Sparta, NC Gentlemen: I thought y...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 November 1985

THE BLUE RIDGE DIGEST SPECIAL MOUNTAIN AUCTION Nearly 60 years ago, the Reverend Bob Childress moved his family into the big white Buffalo Mountain Presbyterian Manse. Many of you have read the book, "The Man Who Moved A Mountain" by Richard Davids, about Reverend Childress' life and accomplishments . For many years, the old manse has stood empty, with only silent echos of the Childress family and visiting neighbors, relatives, church members lingering in memories of those who passed through that house. Soon, the old manse will come to life again because the son of Bob Childress, Brian, and his wife Polly Vaughn Childress are coming home. Brian is retiring from the ministry this year and moving from Marion, Virginia back to the home he grew up in. Members of the Childress family have been helping Brian and Polly for the best part of two years to restore the old house. Professionals were called in to do such things as plumbing and wiring, but the Childress' themselves did the paintin...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 November 1985

PAGE B BLUE RIDGE DIGEST FRONT ROYAL VIRGINIA THE BEGINNING OF THE SKYLINE DRIVE 0 JUNCTION US 340 & SKYLINE DRIVE. From Front Royal 35 mi. east to Middleburg. Washington D.C. is 63 miles; 18 mi. southeast to Washington, Va.; 21 mi. north to Winchester, Va. 4.6 DICKY RIDGE VISITOR CENTER. Water, comfort stations, picnic grounds, exhibits, slide programs, sales publications . Alt. 1,940. 21 HOGBACK OVERLOOK. Alt 3,385. View of 11 bends of Shenandoah River is visible on clear days. 24.1 ELKWALLOW. Picnic grounds, water, comfort station, fireplaces and picnic tables provided. EDINBURG, VIRGTNIA POP. 766 SHENANDOAH VINEYARDS Shenandoah Valley's first winery, free tours. Easy access off 1-81. Woodstock or Edinburg exit. (703) 984-8699. 31.5 PANORAMA JUNCTION US 211. 9 mi. west to Luray, 7 mi. east to Sperryville, 24 mi. to New Market; 26 mi. to Culpepper. Alt. 2,304. SPERRYVILLE, VA. "In the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains". On US 211, 7 miles east of Skyline Drive. PAR...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 November 1985

Virginia county maps are available for 260 each and requests should be addressed to: Virginia Dept. of Highway Transportation 1221 E. Broad Street Richmond, VA 23219 North Carolina county maps are available for 250 each and requests should be addressed to: North Carolina Dept. of Transportation P.O. Box 25201 Raleigh, NC 27611 LYNCHBURG, VA. POP. 155,000 DAYS INN - From Peaks of Otter, take Route 43 south to 460E to 3320 Candler's Mtn. Rd. Exit 128 E. 131 rooms, outdoor pool, 24 hr. Dayßreak Restaurant. Adj. River Ridge Mall, convenient to shopping outlets, Natural Bridge 32 miles; Peaks of Otter 40 miles; Wintergreen 45 miles; Appomattox 25 miles. Phone direct 804/ 847-8655 or Toll-Free (800) 325-2525. BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY MILEPOSTOAT ROCKFISH GAP TO MILEPOSTIO6 AT U.S. 460 I' loss' / —-y ga* x " r l VNi J ■ \ BLUi «ICX* PAHKWAT / \ y*\ £ fit, 4) m \ + M4i( oo % I Y ■ HUMPBACK ROCKS J o I ««IN¥lLLt|j *INUH(.HI iN \« ( M foii'"' fin \ I 6A ' XS J " I wntriroNt -y *n» P., t _ J * Th « ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 November 1985

PAGE D BLUE RIDGE DIGEST DADDY RABBIT CAMPGROUND - Milepost 174, 4 miles west on 799 to 727. Tent, trailers, dump station, water & electric hook up, metered LP gas, hot showers, laundry, fishing. (703) 789-4150. HUBBARD'S STORE - Gas, Picnic Supplies, Trout Fishing. \ mi. off Parkway on S.R. 758 near Rocky Knob Cabins. Pay only for catch. Come fish all day! (703) 593-3016. dan~va, alt, 2,964 176.1 MABRY MILL, Meadows of Dan, Va. Visitor center, walking trail around old-time mountain industry exhibits. Water powered mill operating. 177.7 US 58 CROSSOVER. Hillsville is 22 mi. west. Stuart, Martinsville, Danville to East. THE COUNTRY WHALE - Jet. 58/Pkwy. Quality crafts; woodwork, baskets, pottery, candles, baby gifts, toys, dolls, fine quilts. Homespun bakery; wholesome goodies & breads. Pantry; dried fruit-nuts, apple butter, honey, sorghum, ice cream. Open Daily April-Dec. VISA/MC (703) 952-2116. BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY FROM MILE POST 106 AT U.S. 460 TO MILE POST ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 November 1985

199.5 FANCY GAP, US 52 CROSSOVER. 14 mi. east to Mt. Airy, N.C.; 8 mi. west to Hillsville, VA. FANCY GAP/ VA. ALT 2/920.~~ CASCADE MOUNTAIN INN - at Cascade Mountain Ski Resort 2 mi. E. of Fancy Gap on state road 608. Open all year. Spacious rooms, use of pool, tennis courts, 24—hour security. Golf nearby. Restaurant, 2 apartments. (703) 728-2300. LAKE VIEW MOTEL & RESTAURANT - Jet. 52 & Parkway. 22 units back from highway overlooking Blue Ridge Parkway. Nice restaurant with best meals from snacks to country ham. MC-VISA honored. Reservations (703) 728-7841. MOUNTAIN FORGE & GIFT SHOP - \ mile N. on US 52.' See the Blacksmith forge red hot iron. Custom ironwork, unique gifts. Open 9-5 daily MayNov. Weekends Dec-Apr. 703-728-7166. MOUNTAIN TOP MOTEL & RESTAURANT. At Intersection US 52 & Blue Ridge Parkway. 20 modern units. Wall to wall carpet, shower or tub, air cond. Restaurant specializing in country ham, steaks &a...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 November 1985

PAGE F BLUE RIDGE DIGEST SPARTA RESTAURANT - 7 mi. from Pkwy on 21 (Main St.) Sparta. Good food, great atmosphere, daily specials of homecooked food, Fri. night seafood. Open 6-9 Mon-Sat. ROARING GAP, N.C. US Highway 21. THE BRASS REGISTER - Roaring Gap. Open daily 10-5, May thru Nov. Local Crafts, Quilts, Antiques, X-mas Shop, Pottery, Baskets, Baked Goods, Wooden Toys. Exit Mile Post 230, 4 miles South on Rt. 21. 919-363—2441. HIGH MEADOWS INN - 37 Unit motel, very reasonable rates with swimming pool 18 hole champ, golf course adjacent to us. We offer guest cards to Inn guest. High Meadows Rest. within walking distance. We offer a variety of delicious foods. Private rooms for banquets, private parties and meetings. Sunday lunch buffet 11:30 until 2:30. Located 5 mi. S. on #2l exit Pkwy MP 230 P0 Box 222 Roaring Gap, NC 28668, 919/363-2221. GLADE VALLEY/ N,C. ALT 3/000 Pop. 500. Located 2.3 mi. fdrom Parkway Hwy. 21. Sparta is 5 mi. north on 21. OLD VALLEY STORE - Pottery, gnomes, ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 November 1985

Ride", visit deer park petting zoo and pan for real gold. See country fair with arcade and rides and the craft junction. 9AM—6PM May—Labor Day. Limited schedule weekdays and full weekend, Labor Day thru October. Hwy 321-221 between Boone and Blowing Rock, N.C. MYSTERY HILL N.C - Most unusual attraction. Educational & fun for whole family. Hwy 221-321 between Boone & Blowing Rock. Mt antique museum with 10,000 antiques, Lifestyles museum, Handmade candy and woodcrafts. Open year round (704) 264-2792. THE BLOWING ROCK - Breathtaking view 4090 ft. above John's River Gorge. Prevailing winds return light objects thrown over the void. Snack Bar-Gift Shop. Oldest scenic attraction in Western N.C. Hwy 321 S, Blowing Rock, N.C. BOX WOOD MOTEL - N. Main St. P.O. Box 1509. On 321 Bus. Spacious rooms, apts., cottages, color TV, electric heat & air. Open all year. (704) 295-9984. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. FROM BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY MILE POST 382.6 TO T...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Laurel — 1 November 1985

PAGE H BLUE RIDGE DIGEST HU Lexington. VMI Theater presents "The Andersonvi Ile Trial" at 8 pm in Scott Shipp Hall. For information call 703/463-3281. ■Pf Ashevi 1 le. 15th Annual Shriners Ox Roast. Rose Hill Road. Milepost 382. Vienna. Square Dance at Wolf Trap. Bridget Edwards & Feddlestyx perform old-fashioned square dance for audience participation. Admission $7. 8 pm The Barns at Wolf Trap. Other November performances include: Trapezoid (Nov. 9); John McCutcheon (Nov. 23); Karen Akers (Nov. 29-30). 703/255-1916. f Lexington. Cider pressing and country music in the Stonewall Jackson House garden, weather permitting. 1-3 pm. For information call 703/463-2552. KjjjH Asheville. Shut-In-Trail-Run. 19 mile foot race, (Bent Creek to Pisgah Mountain). Asheville Track Club, P0 Box 7334, Asheville, NC 28807. JEM Richlands. Onslow County Museum Arts & Crafts Show. Katherine Venters Park. Artists, craftsmen, country music & dancing, antique automobile &a...

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