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W. D. PARSONS
Head of Commercial Department
DOROTHY PAYN E
D. W. PERSINGER
TERRY LEE ROBERTS
H. FELIX SANDERS
Science and Director of Activities
MRS. I. I. SASSER
KURT A. SCHNEIDER
Director of Industrial Arts and
DOROTHY M. SNEDEGAR
RICHARD L. STALLINGS
MRS. ANNE G. STEWARD
Dean of Girls
MRS. FRANCES TAYLOR
Head of Home Economics
RICHARD S. THOMAS
JOHN E. WALL
Instructor, Sheet Metal
MRS. DOROTHY WATSON
W. H. WRIGHT
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MRS, REBA HASH
MARY SULLY I-IAYWARD
Head of English Department
A. D. HURT
MRS. K. H. IOHNSTONE
GEORGE A. LAYMAN
Head of History Department
MRS. HARDENIA F. LOGAN
Secretary to Principal
I C. E. LOMAN
Head of Language Department
MRS. E. E. MAY
Mas. 1. H. MCGAVOCK
F NCES MILLER
I istant Librarian
Instrufctor, Auto Mechanics
M, MAE MORRISSETT
sistant Secretary to Principal
Instructor, Practical Arts
W. W. NOFSINGER
Head of Science Department
ALVIN E. OSBURN
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LONE! The thrill of solo flight cannot be over-
estimated. The flying cadet takes off alone
and circles a few times. He is now a flyer,
but he is by no means capable of actual duty.
The most intensified work is yet to come. On
him a good deal of the attention of the training
field is turned. He must learn to handle his ship
well. He must learn its, and his own, capabilities
and limitations. When he has learned to feel
absolutely at home in the air, there are many
tasks still to be mastered. He has come to be
looked upon as a pilot who is not yet the fin-
ished product, but who now actually has a
future ahead. He is the most significant man at
the training field. He is slightly looked up to by
those students who have not yet begun their
The senior is one of the most important men
at his training station, too. At times he may
think of himself as being pretty good. He some-
times thinks that when he has graduated he
will become a finished product, able to utilize
his knowledge to meet all sorts of situations.
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gil, must rise above his past training, for the real
learning for actual duty is yet to come.
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