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July 28, 2011 12:00 AM

Roll up your pants leg

Mr. B.W. Wiles, Jr., second oldest of 13 children, was a hard-working man. He farmed with mules until the 1960s on land so sandy it grew briars better than anything else. He once remarked that he suspected his brother-in-law was lazy as he once caught him working on his truck under a tree with a fan blowing on him.

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