North Carolina Newspapers

    PIN3 KNOLL SHOHE LINE
ISSUE 21
JANUARY 1975
Editors? Maiy Doll 726-7^21
Bo tty Kammon
^^h^plca™ of° ■■ t°au«.fal island coipmur.i-
pl’ tine ''-a-^ang the ooach and goli’g out on tho Sound, the iun of
wo-ki-r+o-tSr° ^°g°-toWos, tho hapi)ino3s of ma&in? friends and
anticip:..ticn. There wUl bo darl:
HO Koro’to'find'pino feSl Sh^os!"^^ foriunato
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Ma^r ^o-T*^^"f^‘^P^' CoiEnisslonors mot Thursday, Docombor 12,
oH s^v of Vn! ^ ^ PWExdins. Tho Cornnissionors askod for voluntco.rs to Kork
Ailoon Adana, tho Town C]ork ^Tov?‘of-ifiaJKayor P.edflold, Jim Ramsoy, or
mont asrcoF.nnt wl+h i+ r - f -o ^ 3f^icj.d.ls hn/o oomidotcd a .mutuj.l law onforoe-
™ AtLc-auic Boaoh ao thai oithor town can lorally call ^=-or tjolioo
vSicS bo ™orfOur_?.lioo Commisslonor ;-cs rog,.Sstod tSt i Wh
sot "loro Inf’™ ® oudgot. Commissioner Bozuyon was roquosted to
rotainod o-Pondituro mandatod by our chartor should bo
suF.->ostod iha+'s~‘ dxBoussod. Both tho Commissioners and tho Town Attorney
sag.,estod ^nat a public hearing bo hold on this matter. ^
pSushod\^°+hn^?°°!^^ hearing on proposed ordinances, Da-bos of hearings will be
S a ir.nl i" °f time for all of us to plan to attend,
meeting, that only six citizens attended tho Docombor Commissionors ’
bSsr^!)ilf*'h!fi7 Shores city tags to bo displayed on the front
non--r--3id''^T Fine Knoll Shores residents and may be purchased by
cost cf $r;oo! available at tho Town toll at the
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"OUM fSd s dedicated a backer of PKS as anyone you
-ll'caiirhj^rA^ something special about people here, she says, because they
^ purpose, and, though many arc retired, they have worked hard to
"e:nfLl°^i:r ^l-l.red lueln^fa
crviGvr, And the pooplo aro her favorite thing about tho place,
*° visit her sister,
fc- Parker Ford ^ Service Manager
married in 1S7’ «^ fi3t°r-uppor around tho house. They wore
Ba-nseur N n ,^4.^ Pf’^nts of two girlsj one is Ann, married and living in
S^t !kgh'schooi!"° ^ ^
+“ years Aileen served Morehead City in sovoral capacities! as Tax Collec-
Church°S°M^h^°rt" Treasurer, She is very active in tho First Methodist
and lots n-f t ? ^MT f '• lovos to do embroidery, needlepoint,
and lots of sewing. "I Jcoep the machine out all the time," she says.
«S°an^t5 K’^od? I’- i" y°-
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JUNE) and VINCENT DIROSA have moved into tho house they built more
Vincent will°^P^°-f+ n° ^ ^ renters) on Oakleaf and Willow.
December 22 for a tour of duty in Okinawa, to bo gone 13
homo^ith“Lr'^M?^°'^® settling into their newly decorated
Aubur^ nnlv»^i+ ®“Ska. Oldest boy, Phillip, I9, attends
ea^^bl^hvli^t Ala^a. Others aro Patrick, 16j Patricia, I3 (and she is an
7 ®-°°°®Plished, too; call her at 726-I263); Patrina, 11, and Perry,
i ^ a Master Gunnery Sgt. in the supply services field. They
Nervn^^ir'^+ Georgia, although Vincont is originally from upper
«ew lork State and June from West Virginia,
l^s long-time-a-building house just over the bridge on Mimosa,
fivoTv + T, f . Raleigh, but, with her two boys, comes now to PKS about
every two wQoks to-enjoy beach life.
    

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