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vacations down here for about nine years. They began exploring the area
in Ocracoke, were discouraged by flies, gradually worked their v;ay to PKS
in Septeniberi bought their house in October, and moved here in November*
They have a marvelous dog nained Gridley whose mother, they nay, was a dache**
hund and whose father was a •'comi'xiittee"* Pat has two children; Walter,
at Rio Grande College in Ohio, and Lisa at North Carolina State near Ash-"’
ville, while Bill has a married son with four little pre-schoolers; they
live in Ohio.
MA.RSHA BOOKER is a lively and cheerful young lady who has moved to Pine
Knoll Townes, number 52, with her tv/o little people, Jennifer, and Kyle,
2, from Talmadge, Ohio, Marsha, recently widowed, had visited our area
for several summers and decided to come here to settle* She is already
involved in tennis lessons and the Carteret Arts Council, and she would like
to see a nursery school begun either on the island or very close to it.
Right now she is also taking a real estate course, and hopes to put her
newly gained knov/ledge to work by eventually buying property in PKS* One
senses, in talking mth Marsha, that she will be an eager, capable, and
most refreshing addition to our midst.
Into lots of projects and careers are young JONNAS and DON AGREE (pronounced
ay-cree!) on Accrn Court* Jonnas, a native of Horehead City is a regis
tered X-Ray technologist and expects to be working at that soon, but mean
while is doing a part tii-ie stint at the Spooners’ Creek Yacht Harbor, where
she does everything from tying up the boats to helping the tax stuff,
versatile creature that she is. Besides, she find time to take a ceramics
class* Don is the local distributor for Hawaiian Tropic Suntan products
(and he does a real job of convincing you that these are the finest products
in the field*) Don also provides beach services for several of the motels
in our area; this means finding them lifeguards and then setting them up
with umbrellas and beach chairs, etc® When he has any spare time, he says
he goes out on a hobie and tries to upturn it as often as possible. Jonnas
says his favori^x- se.iling days are the windiest and choppiest. The Acrees
h?ve a splendid Biame.'se cat, and the 2iast of a litter of completely black
kr.ttens (male) needs a home should anyone want to adopt him.
Have you been watching the home going up on the ocean next to Art Browne’s?.
Dr. ’’Dickie" No>rBom.o and his wife Jerome and their children are now living
in it during vaoations and long weekends, and you have probably seen some
of h2.s family here for the Christmas holidays. Dr. Newsome, who teachen
surgc^ry at the Kedical College of Virginia, was on call at Christmas, but
other members of the family came. As he says, their "extended family”
(uncles, auntSs cousins) I.3 from eastern North Carolina so they expect to
have many family gathering^; at their home. They have been coming to Bogue
Pcniis for years and bought their lot seven years ago. Now they have their
house, built well back from the beach because they remember some of the
great storms* They love the island aud are thoroughly enjoying their
holidays in their home in Pine ICnoll Shores, and eventually
We interviewed JGHi'I and JANE ELDER while they were living in Pine Knoll
Townes, They are now happily settling into their new home on Arborvitae
Drive where their windows overlook the canal.
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It took us a while to find out but BILL KESEL, PKS, has taken his audio
business to the Havelock shopping center, and although we don’t know an
audio from a vi'^.eo (almost), we were impressed with the i^lendid array of
br'^nd new equipment £111 h;rs on displi'sy there. He telld us he also con
tinues to servj.ce many brands, and he really laiov/s -the fxeld, folks* We
chatted about how important it is to have fine equipment on vrhich to play
X our favorite music, especially in this area of slim pickings in radio stp.-
'Aions. Oh, the new place is appropriately called the SOUND MILL*
.'l^'l\ey may not have belonged to ,Ja,ckie Kennedy, but thfi. clothes. Ginny VjeReen
^re^r'a:'I^'Chards &re. 0-fferilig ks nearly new are clean ajid/tast-eful ’’Kaii'd-
m-ri-tyers'^, and the shop is called Encore, beside the old church flea mark'/t’
and two doors av/ay from their already flourishing ’’Alice’s Closet*', which
carries the really news- If you have a dress (or wh?.tever) that you are
sick of but that is still wearable, you can go in and talk business with

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