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An admission was charged for the dances, but many people drove from miles, sat on the pavilion porch and listened "for free." (Early ' Napsters' trying to get music for nothing).
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The original Ocean Drive Drive Estates / Edge pavilion has been described as "square, one-room, wood-frame, hardwood floors, wrap-around porch, and shuttered windows. A boardwalk ran from the pavilion toward the beach, and their were two bath houses next to the pavilion." Belle had Dwight Case manage the pavilion in 19. Dwight hired a Negro band from Myrtle Beach to play there once.
He booked orchestras, some from Chadbourne and Florence, there during the summers and had preaching on Sunday nights. He also moved the piano out of the family home to the pavilion for those who might want to play and he held an occasional square dance there.