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and when Hun to to been be when our the The second ship to land carried Mrs. Lois Cassidy, Chicago, and -her co-pilot, Dora Daugherty, Savoy, Savoy, m. They were, followed by Miss Grace Harris, Kansas City, who flew alone. The rest arrived in this order. Mrs. Gladys Muter, Chicago, and her co-pilot, Doris Langher, also of Chicago; Mrs. Louise Smith, Sigh Point, N.C., snd Mrs. Brick, Norwood, N.J., and Miss Irene 'Leverton and Miss Carol Cooper, both, of Chicago. The The Leverton-Cooper, ship was he last in at dusk. No night s permitted and the other planes all.were reported on the ground at 9 p.m. at air fields from El Morros, N.M. to Fort Wayne. Ind. Officials said one plane was at ?ort Wayne; seven at Columbia, Mo.; four at Wichita, Kan., 24 at Amarillo, Tex., and Seven at Albuquerque, Albuquerque, N.M.