The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 04.08.1967, Blaðsíða 3

The White Falcon - 04.08.1967, Blaðsíða 3
Friday, August 4, 1967 WHITE FALCON Touch of Hawaii at CPO Club WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING AT?—Chief Petty Officer Jim and Helen Carter along with Colonel and Mrs. Richard H. Broach seem to glance in another direction at something more interesting then the photographer. m Wi anu wed ^rttend cJLli FOOD, LOTS OF IT—and every bit deliciously prepared. Captain and Mrs. Emile E. Pierre at the buffet table loaded with many Far East dishes expertly prepared for the Luau. White Falcon Photos by George Cates THIS IS JUST WONDERFUL—were most likely the words spoken by Rear Admiral H. N. Wallin to Rear Admiral and Mrs. Frank B. Stone. The three were honored guests at the Luau held last Saturday in the CPO Club. .nan by George Cates The atmosphere within the Naval Station CPO Club last Saturday evening was that of Hawaii and probably will never be seen again on the Station to equal what the CPO wives accom- plished and what was enjoyed by approximately 100 attending the affair. Theme was originated by Jean Ryan, Carolyn Hawkins, Lois Hewitt, and Kaye Williams who worked diligently and long hours to transform the dining area into a bit of Hawaii with palm trees and all. In fact, several comments were heard that once inside, it was difficult to believe you were still in Iceland. As couples arrived in Hawaiian dress with leis, the usual "Aloha" was exchanged. Next, small group gatherings followed with conversation and questions mixed somewhat with emotions among those departing and those arriv- ing here in Iceland. Guests of honor at the "Hail & Bless" were: Rear Admiral and Mrs. Frank B. Stone,'commander, Iceland Defense Force, Rear Ad-£ miral H. N. Wallin, commander, Atlantic Division, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Norfolk, who was on an official tour of the facilities here, Captain and Mrs. Emile E. Pierre, commanding offi- cer, U. S. Naval Station, Kefla- vik, and Colonel and Mrs. Richard H. Broach, commander, Air Forces Iceland. Mrs. Pierre, an honorary mem- ber of the CPO Wives Club, was presented a gift for her past in- terests and participation in Club activities; who, incidentally, was here when the Club was in the formative stages, about two years ago. She made a farewell talk, commenting on how wonder- ful it was to see the wives form a Club and of the many good deeds being performed by un- selfish wives who give so much of their time to make other wives and families enjoy their stay in Iceland. Mrs. Pierre said: "An excellent example of the wives accomplishments is displayed right here tonight and the turn out shown here tonight is proof enough that what the CPO Wives Club is doing, is being greatly ap- preciated. I've enjoyed every min- ACTION! CAMERA!—Chief Petty Officer and Movie Maker, Dan Ryan shoots "living color" as Chief Petty Officer Sam and Patty Wright go through a scene from "A Bit Of Hawaii At The CPO Club." An Oscar in sight, could be! ute spent with the Club the past two years and my sincere best wishes for many more successful years go out to the CPO Wives Club of Kef lavik.Thank you for the lovely gift and the opportunity to be an honorary member of your Club." Besides Mrs. Pierre departing the land of "frost and fire," good- ANYONE FOR HAWAIIAN PUNCH?—Doris Larrivee and Zelda Hibbitts were dressed Hawaiian style and were two of the lovely ladies among the many attending the Luau. byes were said to: Carolyn Haw- kins, Elna Niver, Helen Leftwich, Helen Carter, Virginia Dillard, Pat Webb, Barbara Rossingnol and Joan Helmacy, who are leav- WOULD YOU BELIEVE, INDO- NESIA?—Lovely Anna Horan, wife of Chief Petty Officer Horan wore brightly colored garments from her native country, Indonesia. ing Iceland this month. Two new members welcomed into the Club and introduced were Lorraine Trest and Patty Wright. WE RECEIVE IT, WE SHIP IT!—The 21 enlisted men of U. S. Naval never really know when that next aircraft will arrive or how much average of 120,600 pounds is handled by Air Cargo crew members port to the Station and supporting activities in Iceland. This includes rig that is raised to the aircraft's door where the cargo is then rolled driven to a nearby truck where the cargo is then transferred and taken either H-2 or H-3 sites. Non-commissioned officer in charge is Petty commented, *1We handle everything from produce, nuts and bolts, right White Falcon Photos by George Gates Station Keflavik's Air Cargo Division of the Operation Department cargo it has on board. But, they do know there will be cargo, for an monthly. Primary mission of Air Cargo is to provide air logistic sup- loading and off-loading by the use of a special loader, a weird looking off the plane on tracks onto the loader. The loader is then lowered and to the warehouse or another waiting aircraft that might be headed for Officer First Class, Grover Traylor, 26, a native of Rockport, Tex. who down to that letter from home."

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