April 1957

Counseling Service

Volume 40, Issue 4

At Cherry Point, a dedicated group of career wives lends a helping hand to Marine families

WHILE SOME old-timers cringed at the thought of "nosey" women taking an active part in base life, plans for the Career Wives Counseling Service, moved steadily forward at Cherry Point, N.C.

It all began last August, when a dedicated little group of six Staff NCO wives converged at 32 N. Craven St., in Havelock, N.C.-the residence of Master Sergeant and Mrs. Floyd P. Stocks.

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