North Carolina Newspapers

ISSUE 52 December, 1975
Editors: Mary Doll
Betty Hammon
Board of Commissioners Meeting on November l^th at the Bogue Banks
Country Club sax-; the swearing in of the newly elected commi^ioners^
Art Browne, Hayes HcCulley, Ken Haller, and Mary Catherine Smith,
well as the administering of oaths to Town Clerk Aileen Adams and Build-^
ing Inspector Ray Scoggins, who will continue in their jobs* Nelson
Taylor was also re-appointed Town Attorney® The two incombents, 01m
Ramsey and Rudy McBride, were also to be sworn in, but ^dy was absent
and took his oath at a slightly later date. The Board elected Ken
Haller Mayor officially, and Jim Ramsey Mayor Pro-tem-
Regarding a slight conflict in the new fire contract with Atlantic
Beach, Nelson Taylor suggested that a resolution be
•Atlantic Beach and the Town of Pine Knoll Shores, stating that
1975 no fire district tax shall be collected by the county for Atlantic
Beach from residents of Pine Knoll Shores. The contract became effective
on August 1st. Former Mayor Redfield reported that Atlantic Beach had
already said they had no intention of double taxing any PKS residents.
Commissioner McCulley, upon being questioned about
street lights for the Toto, said he plans to do a survey
the need for more or differently located lights.
COLONEL OcG. DEAN, JRo and his wife, MIMI, have ®
their new home on Bogue Sound Drive (on the way to HO HO Village; ex
pressing regret over their discontinuing their subscription, Du ex
plaining, "We’ll keep in touch through our many friends who are resi
dents” and asking us to explain to those friends who don t remember,
that the Deans had planned to live in PKS for about two years while^
they built in this other area near friends from their younger^ ays in
the Washington, D«C. suburbs. They did indeed live on Mimosa^in a
house they liked very much and they "enjoyed our stay in PKS . -
word is passed to those of you who wondered, and happy aays.
Shame on us! Two families we have only just discovered have been here
in PKS since June and August. Spies, where are you.
KEN AND KATHI EIRKMAN have been on Willow since August. Ken has
the law firm of McNeill, Graham, and Darden; he is a recent graduate
of UNC Law School, and both did their undergraduate work at Duke, and
grew up in High Point, NoC. Kathy majored in Eastern Religion, is a
Quaker herself, loves to do hand work, is into Christmas ornaments
right now, which she is selling locally, does crewel and needlepoint
as well. Ken, formerly a landlubber, has taken up fishing great
enthusiasm, and Kathy is learning to clean the creatures. They have a
marvelous Basset nemed Wadsworth, a female, oddly enough, belying her
Come on you guys! Don’t let us down! Tell us when someone moves into
your block. We want to x-^elcome them and tell our readers about them
so that they can become a part of things quickly and smoothly and
And - we have checked on new Reef stone dwellers. We found
ANN AlTD ED, number 83 Reef stone, who have been permanent residents tnere
since January, when Ed retired from DuPont after ^1 years.
originally from Point Pleasant, N. Y. but had lived the past 27 years
in i'arkersburg, West Virginia. They are incurable travelers, haying
four great reasons for some of their wanderings: four sons, scattered
from V/est Virginia to Germany, with Ohio and Kentucky in between. They
love music, following the N.C. Symphony around the state eagerly, they
read alot, and love the beach. Ed is a veteran golfer and would welcome
a call asking him to join a foursome.
NEW SHOP IN MOREHEAD: The CLIP AND STITCH, 1201)4 Evans St., next door
to Beacon House, in the other half of that building. PEGGY PALMER,
recently of Elizabeth City, N.C. has come to open her drapery shop here,
hopes to carry a line of fabrics and lots of sample books and will be
offering decorating services; she goes right to your door, and when you
have chosen your goods, she will make your draperies. She provides a
slipcover and upholstery service, too.

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