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EDITORS* Mary Doll 726-7521
Betty Hammon 726-6858
The Board of Commissioners* September I9 heard discussion from townspeople about the
possible building of a bridge from the mainland to Bridge Road in PKS, The Board
had joined the Chamber of Commerce in approving, by letter, the construction of this
Citizens were informed that the Bogue Banks Volunteer Fire and Rescue Dept, needs
funds. If anyone wants to donate money to this department which we can call on in
emergencies, he can call Carol Redfield who has donation agreement sheets for this
purpose, (This organization has its headquarters in Salter Path,)
Colonel 0*Neal read the Hurricane Bill; copies of this bill were sent later to
residents. Out of town subscribers can get a copy by sending a self-addressed
stamped envelope to the Town Hall, The bill explains emergency procedures during
DEDICATION OF THE TOWN HALL. A good crowd turned out on the hot Saturday morning
of September 7 for the dedication of our town building. Mayor Redfield presided
and introduced our legislators Ronald Earl Mason and Livingston Stallings who were
present for the ceremony, Town Attorney Nelson Taylor talked on the history of
Bogue Banks and told many interesting anecdotes, some of them humorous, about
events and early settlers. The building had been freshly painted by a group of
volunteers. Since the dedication, the Garden Club has added to the plantings we
admired during the ceremony, and our town hall looks even more attractive.
BIRD WATCHERS s Every year a bird census is taken in our area with watchers re
porting all species and the number of each species sighted by designated
observers. This spring’s report of the April 27 census has just been issued, 166
species were sighted within a 15 mile radius of a point slightly north of Morehead
City, Pine Knoll Shores observers are Thelma Vaughan and Ed Warner, John Fussell
of Morehead City organizes the area bird census. He is currently working on his
Master's degree auid knows a great deal about the fird life, here,
MARY LOU and RANDY FRIDLEY moved into a cute little yellow trim house on LoiflLolly
a couple of weeks ago with their two girls, Christie, 5, and Nicky, 3, Randy is a
Captain in the Marine Coirps, flying A-6 planes at Cherry Point, Looks as if he*11
be there for a while, as Cherry Point is now the only base with an A-6 Squadron in
the country. The two met in high school at Camp LeJeune when both their fathers
were stationed there, and have lived lots of places, though Mary Lou is originally
from California and Randy was bom in New Orleans, He went to ECU and she to
Memphis State, She likes to sew and bike ride? he likes golf, and both love
working in the yard where they have plans for a lawn in back and a garden in front,
LENA MAE and CHARLES DUNN have moved into their new home on Carob Court, No
strangers to our community, they have been living in Pine Knoll Townes,
MARY and FRED KORFF. On the curve of Loblolly is the brand new home of Fred and
Mary Korff, Their furniture arrived September 8, Then they returned to Long Island
to bring their boat, Fred is retiring from the frustrating life of a stock broker.
But before that he was a Captain in the Navy, So handling the 33 foot cabin
cruiser is easy for him. Still, on the six day return trip, the ocean was rough
off New Jersey and rougher still crossing Delaware Bay, The Intra-coastal Waterway
south was smooth. Now they*re tired but settled. And the very first project is a
screened porch - in case their son from Los Angeles or daughter from New Orleans
come visiting, Mary, in particular, needs a rest because sometimes she worked ten
hours a day as a Master Social Worker and Marriage Counselor, Here it*s a bit
late to do much about marriages (most of us are well past fifty and happy). So
she may as well take up fishing and ocean watching,
EDNA and BILL JORDAN, When we phoned Edna Jordan for a "Newcomer*s Interview'* she
said they weren*t terribly interesting and besides she was busy clipping the ,
Wertzs* three poodles* Wei?., how mt*ny of us can catch, let alone clip, a lively
little pocdle? So it was fun to meet the family, Edna and Bill Jordan have moved
21 times in 20 years. As manager of Wickes limber in Morehead City, Bill now is
permanently located. And their well planned grey house reflects a ”Rock of

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