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Tradewinds December 2016 CC Web Final

December 2016

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he reatet t re hroh hrtma anorama ecemer - - to m re throh cene ectn the e o e n e actor an anma o amon chare For more normaton a -- centerhchrchor reente enter Batt hrch an Re Roa ner As you are reading this article, I hope you have had a wonderful Thanksgiving with your loved ones and friends. I also hope you have had the opportunity to get out into the fi elds and woods to hunt. The rut is in and the deer are moving. There is a little more than a month left to the regular deer season, January 1 will be here before we realize it. There will still be chances to bowhunt during the “urban “ archery season in specifi c areas in the State. After that, small game becomes the archer’s target of choice. We are approaching the Christmas season. What do you give the archer in your family for Christmas? That will depend on the type of archery in which your loved one or friend is involved. If it is “primitive” style several accessories come to mind.... fl int knapping supplies and equipment, string making material, bow making materials, draw knives, and arrow woods. If a ‘traditional” style of archery is involved then you can’t go wrong with a new supply of arrows or arrow shafts, feathers or vanes, strings and string making materials, string keepers, bow-fi shing supplies, or an arrow quiver. For those involved in “compound” styles of archery. A new sight system, an arrow rest, new arrows, a bow sling or quiver, etc. The same holds true for those that hunt with a crossbow. As you can see, there are a plethora of accessories that you can get for the bowhunter. Notwithstanding, all hunters can use, binoculars, monoculars, scent dispersal materials, wind direction materials, safety equipment, perhaps even a new log book/ journal. Talmage Dunn bowhuntor@yahoo.com 252-267-5437 District 1 Wildlife Rep for NCBA longbow or a recurve. Usually he or she needs to shoot a bow to determine if its the proper fi t or pull. Its best to take the person you are getting a bow for with you. Don’t forget the landowner of the property you are hunting. Its always nice to offer them something for giving you the privilege to hunt. It never hurts to take time to thank someone. This is a wonderful time to introduce someone to archery. Take someone new to the sport down to your local range, visit a 3-D shoot, or just take him/her range roving. The idea is to develop more interest in our sport. The NCBA would like you to consider becoming a member this year. We have a wonderful organization and is member oriented. See our website for information on many of the activities the organization does and provides. We want to wish each and everyone of our readers a “Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!” Be blessed this in this season, be safe on your hunts, and bring someone new into archery. Schedule of upcoming events: January 21, 2017 -NCBA rabbit hunt. January 28 is the rain date. Location to be determined. March 3 – 5, 2017 – Dixie Deer Classic and the NCBA 3D shoot. March 25, 2017 - NCBA Annual Awards Banquet at the McCleansville Wildlife Club. ort rolin oneled rr lsses si istol ille one ste istol ille Y T NC D Personal Security ll is er or disont I did not mention buying a new bow. Bows are a personal choice for most of us. Primitive hunters prefer to make most of their own materials. Traditional guys have to determine whether or not they are going with a reeister or o nd e lsses nd eeie FF et lsses o e . E A The old Patriot, veteran of many battles, whispers “Have faith, Liberty will prevail. 38 Albemarle Tradewinds December 2016 albemarletradewinds.com

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At the same battle of Shiloh a pillage and destructive plundering by the scavenging Negroes Yankee captain was fatally wounded and being a mason had who congregated there immediately upon the departure of a fi ne gold watch and chain sporting a Masonic breast pin, a the good citizens. All the property of library, government Texas Confederate captain also a mason noticed him and buildings stately homes and the Masonic hall, which had his pin as he lay on the ground . been there since 1759 were invaded to extremity by the scavenging He carried the Yankee captain to a tent, bound his wounds Negroes . Upon the Yankees entering the village, a and left him water and took means to protect him and make Yankee offi cer ordered the pillaging and unruly destruction to sure he was comfortable satisfi ed that he would be temporally halt immediately at and around the Masonic hall with a threat okay and went back to fi nish the battle as needed mean- of being fi red upon. During the time that every building of any ing to return after the battle was over. The battle continued importance was set afi re, by a stroke of luck or guidance through the next day and after the battle was over and the from above the records and warrants in the Masonic hall Confederates were leaving, the Texas captain returned to were rescued in time and sent to the Grand Lodge of Virginia. assist him and he had already been collected by his fellow Just previous to the battle of Shiloh, Tennessee the 3rd Ohio soldiers . It was observed by one who was wounded nearby Yankee cavalry invaded Lawrenceburg, Tennessee arresting and gave an account of this occurrence, that a mason in all male residents of that town and took possession of all arms against a brother mason foe could not do otherwise guns and other arms, while all this was occurring, a Yankee than protect and aid his wounded and dying opponent with colonel riding down the street happened upon the Masonic such a talisman of peace intervening between them. In June hall and observed his men ransacking possessions of the of 1863 the Yankee ship by the name of the USS Albatross Masonic hall. had been fi ring on the town of St.Francisville, Louisiana on By Masonic brotherly virtues, ordered every article returned the Mississippi. to its rightful place (whether it was all returned by the thieving The captain of this boat had been in delirium for several Yankees is anyone’s guess ) and then a Masonic soldier was days, on June 11th a pistol shot was heard , which turned placed at the door to protect the hall from any future violations. out to be the captain taking his own life. This captain was a All of these proceedings were observed by a Confed- Mason from a Schenectady,N.Y. lodge Even though the town erate soldier in citizen attire. After the battle of Shiloh was was under Yankee cannon siege from the gunboats all fi ring over the same Yankee colonel was stationing pickets along was halted to perform a Masonic funeral for the Yankee captain the road, Confederate soldiers were organizing an ambush in the same town that the Yankees were fi ring upon The on the invading Yankee pickets. As they were approaching funeral was performed by brother Masons of that the same Confederate soldier who had previously observed Confederate town. the saving of the Masonic hall by the Yankee colonel called This incident again illustrates that not even the clash of war off the firing on the Yankee unit . Unbeknownst to him his life can supplant the bonds of fraternal brotherhood.. For more Dr. Dave recipes, a book is available by contacting Dr Dave at 252-312-0295 All proceeds go to the Oak Grove United Methodist Church Fried Pies - Apple or Peach 1 - 6 8 oz. Dried Fruit Sugar 2 Cups Flour 1 tsp. Salt 1/4 cup shortening 2 1/2 tsp. baking powder 2/3 cup milk Soak fruit in water and cover for several hours or overnight. Cook in water in which fruit was soaked until fruit is tender, stirring occasionally. Remove from heat. Mash until smooth and add sugar to taste. Set aside. Combine fl our, salt, and baking powder in a bowl. Cut in shortening. Add milk and mix well. Knead lightly on fl oured board. Roll out pastry. Cut out pastry circles of 5 inches. Place about 3 Tbsp. of fruit mixture on half of pastry. Fold over and prick with fork in 2 or 3 places around edges. Fry. Did you know the Albemarle Tradewinds is located in more than 250 locations in NENC and Chesapeake? facebook.com/AlbemarleTradingPost Albemarle Tradewinds December 2016 39