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with Standard Oil in India until she was three.) Over the years they brought badk
maiiy lovely things, and Newell designed their home to display those as weDJ. a/j
many beautiful family pieces. They still enjoy travel, but it is hard to leave .a"
home like theirsc Hobbies — Kon who never fished m’lch before is one of our best
li‘3hermen, and Nowell iiolps at the Thrift Shop, gardens, plays brj.dgey and wU'Les
th^re were more opport,unity here for the skilled typo voluiiteer hospitaj. work siie
did back in New Jerscv,
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TH3 ANCI.UNT MARINERS BOWLING LEAGUE OF PKS brightens up the alleys on Mondays at
.2:00 P.Mvj it Is a couples group, has four teams so far, welcomes more bowlers of
All sorts. CuiTently in first p?.ace is VIVIAN MACD0NAI5»S team. High husband's
score i3 ED SK;/-J:;L*S — I98, and high wife is MARGIii] RAMSHTf with 189. Call mriOe
is you want to get into the act — 726-5030.
Two beautiful fluffy white Samoyed dogs named Tovarich and Tzarina have moved to
PKS with their family, MARGIE and JIM FORESMAII and daughter, TWILAH (aged 2) on th^
corners of Lob3,ol3y and White Ash. Samoyed dogs have a Siberian history of lierding
reindeer and pulxing sledsj one suspects there won*t be too much of that“sort of
for them here but they are not s-^Toring. Margie and Jim are, both from'Edliiirv''"'
facilies.^met at thG officers club in Littlo Crook, Virginia. Jia is 3n StatlSs.,
Operationo and Engineering Sq^uadrcn (same as their neighbor, Jacfcie"'Gaair3belli -at ~
Cher^ Point. Ho’s a captain, a pilot. Margie is a qualified elemental icLat:'':'
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Check the ALBATROSS SHOP on Salter Path across from the Atlantic Baach Police D&-- '
parti,lent. Run by TOKMY MORROW, who also operates the Surf Shop the ALBATROSS
car.. L6S an appealing selection of gifts, many sea oriented and nautical Mr
Morrow plans to have local craftsmen demonstrating their talents on weekends*bv- ^
npxt suBiaer; meanwhile, he is displaying copper plaques by a New Bern artist ' '
Mrrg”.er3te Book, There's a nice brass anchor shaped paper weisiit for- to cn ,
rather graceful unfinished carved wooden duck for $9.95. Have a look-
tecoi«Sr1l“^ ^ io
UPCHURCH DRUGS is open now next to the Post Office in AUantic Beach ' rm vrrr -thu-
Phansaclst-manager is eager to serve all the islanders with a big st^”^ hS
super-market dnag store merchandise, as well as 25^ discount on
and what ho claims are the best drug prices around. Hours are h^ '
days, 9:33 to 9:00 Fridays and Saturdays (with the pharmacy dosinir at-7v^
Sundays, 1*00 to 6s00 (pharmacy closed). Pharmacy will alL be
Thursday afternoons, '-•inseaTsatt «£_
The PIG PCKIN* at COLLIERS* the first weekend in November was sl
People poured into the yard until it was jammed with guests chatter^t^ succos»b^^
watching in fascination while JOHN COLLIER electric knifed his way k "
whole pig which had roasted in its pit all day. Thank you, ^
wonderful local color friendly party S ^ ^ —
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TERESA and CHARLES ISAiiC have moved into their new home on Himosa ^
earnest and enthusiastic young working couple; he is with the Koreheaji '
soon to be manager, and she is the assistant manager at the Kwlk-Pik.
Natives of Newport, the ISAACS have long admired PKS and wanted to be a
l^ow they are, along with their two bouncy friendly dogs, Tash,. paart '
other things, and a so-far nameless puppy Doberman, ■
After running an errand at the Town Hall one day recently, we oased —
site of the Marine Resources Center, about k/lO of a mile off Bridge Road and
talked a littlo with Mr, Seola T. Hill, the foreman on the job there, who proudly
showed us around. According to Mr, Hill, who works the^:^. wi+ii Construction Supaa?ip^
tendent Mr, Fulton Cooper of Raleigh and the rest of a busy crew, the bu..ldin3 v/iH
be ready some time in March of 1975. The place is really taking shape; it wilL
Include a large main hall with marine life displays and a complete aq^uarium,
with resooxch labs and teaching areas. Glasses will come to the center from all
kir.ls of schools, from elementary through college level. It's a State project,,
developed under Boug Youn of Raleigh. Archi.t,oc+. J.lm. Hocers oJ* MorrJiea.d City