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This page is dedicated to General Stores located in the Town
Photos will be included where
they could be found.
memories will also be included as they are submitted.
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Stores / Markets in the Town of Veteran:
These are some of the stores which were / are located on the East
side of the town:
Booths - Sullivanville, sold gasoline &
Conkrights - was possibly located on Route 13 prior
Cranmers - Sullivanville - after Hubbards - sold
Forsythes - Route 13, sold gasoline & groceries
Hubbards - Sullivanville, now on Route 13 - sold produce in early years, sells
mainly plants now
Roland C. "Red" Lovells - Sullivanville
- sold produce, rented Horses & buggies
Moores - after
Torpys - corner of Terry Hill & Route 13 - sold gasoline & groceries
Olivers - Route 13 - sold gasoline & groceries
Trading Post - Route 13 - after Olivers. Sold mainly groceries
- corner of Terry Hill & Route 13. Sold gasoline & groceries
Wilkins - Sullivanville - sold gasoline, groceries, feed, coal, etc. Had a library of books for
kids to borrow upstairs. Stored milk from area farmers in the first floor in milk
are some of the stores which were / are located on the West side of the town:
Blend's - Pine Valley
Canada's - located in Pine Valley. Sold gas
& groceries. May have started Pine Valley Mobile Home Park.
Dandy Mini Mart
Dollar General - Pine Valley - general store
Zimmers - corner of Route 14 & Johnson Hollow - sold all kinds of groceries, animals & animal feed
Hammonds - after L. E. Page - general store, trolly stop
Hartmans - grocery store in Pine Valley
Journeys End -
crafts, foods, general merchandise
L.E. Page - general store,
trolly stop, undertaking rooms upstairs
McWhorters - general
Millport Mercantile - tourist type merchandise,
Pine Valley Farms - produce, plants - started as a Christmas Tree Farm by Phillip Liberatore
Became Pine Valley Farms in 1995 - started with 1
Greehouse now has 5. They are open 9 - 7 each day.
Seven Eleven - occupied what is now the Veteran
Sidney "Sid" Jaynes
Sterlings - had a gas station, sold groceries.
Sue's Pine Valley Busy Mart