The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 22.10.1971, Blaðsíða 12

The White Falcon - 22.10.1971, Blaðsíða 12
PTO Carnival rolls into hanger 831 this Halloween Some of those who were here last year probably remember the annual PTO Carnival's various activi- ties; such as the jail, the wheel of fortune, the ghost house, not to mention the many children walk- ing around with prizes they had won at some of the booths. Well, it won't be long until this year's PTO Carnival will be held. In fact, just a week from tomorrow you should see the children all dressed up in their Holloween costumes so they can enter the costume contest at the carnival. Sources say that this year's carnival will be similar to last year, but bigger and better. There will be a new ice cream fountain and (in answer to many requests) there willbe something like a child- ren's section in which the activities will be aimed at little children. Also as last year, Hangar 831 will be the "host of the haunt" this Oct. 30 and the festivities start at 2 p.m. and last until 9 p.m. There will be over 5,000 prizes offered at the Haloween Carnival, so no one should be leaving for home empty handed. There are also approximately 50 activities. The main attraction, of course, will be the cos- tume contest, taking place at 7 p.m. Prizes will be offered for three age groups (not yet decided), both boys and girls. So if you think that your Mummy costume is better than your buddy's Cinder- ella outfit, let the judges at the costume contest decide for you. Also, two dinners, a fish dinner and a barbecue beef sandwich dinner, will be offered at the carni- val. And with that all of the hot dogs, chili, candy and cakes, no one should go home with an emp- ty stomach. Except for the ghouls, that is. Each of the over 50 activities will have a spon- A familiar scene from last year's PTO Carnival, with children dressed for the costume contest and others just standing around and counting prizes. sor, such as the Scout Troops, the CPO, 56 and "0" Wives Clubs, and some of A. T. Mahan's Class> Profits will be divided 50-50 between the spon. and the PTO. The base bus will be diverted to the hangar dur- ing the Halloween Carnival to provide more direct transportation for those without cars. Security will also be available to control the flow of traf- fic during the festivities. It is essential that everyone remain clear of the ramp area because planes will be maneuvering around the hangar during the carnival. Parents are specifically asked to keep their children clear of the area. "0" Students given scholastic praise Letters of Commendation honor- ing them for their high perform- ance on the 1971 National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (NMSQT) have been awarded to the following A.T. Mahan students: • Becky Saeger (photo left) is the daughter of Chaplain and Mrs. Alfred R. Saeger. • Harry Molyneaux (photo riqht) is the son of Petty Officer First Class and Mrs. Harry P. Molyneaux. Becky and Harry are among 35,000 students in the U.S. who scored in the upper two percent of those who are expected to grad- uate from high school in 1972. The commended students rank just below the 15,000 semifinalists announced in September by the Na- tional Merit Scholarship Corpor- ation. 12 October 22, 1971


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