Cadets Leave - The Sikeston Herald, Sikeston, MO 29 May 1941 Page 9
a Gir- Jack| Dex- and j of | The p m. there m Cadets to Have Further Training Fifty-one flying cadets of the Missouri Institute of Aeronautics, who have completed the initial phase of their training as United States Army flyers, will leave this week for further training at San Angelo, Texas Members of the class are as follows David Baugher. Mynn H. Cole, Chester Conrad, Howaid D. Cory, Dyson Cox, William P Daniels, Roy M Day, Charles H. DuBois J r , George M Elmore, Willarct E iFawcett, Hubeit P. Foreman, Robert P Fortune Grover J. Gardner, Wilbert R Gerkin John M Gibson, Robert S. Holmes, Arthur Howard Ji , John S. Hudson, Hudson, Garwood Judah, Lloyd V. Julian Albert W Kellams, George A Knsch, George H Kraus, Coleman Coleman D Kuhn, Vernon H. Lewis, Raymond T McCasltn, Glen J. McClerdon, Quentm F. McDonald, McDonald, Robert H McGee, Verne H. Malloy, Archie C Miller, Henry E Millei J r , Joseph T Moore, Joseph D Nave. Ralph F. Newman, Newman, Daniel M. Osborne. Jean S, Pieison, Cyril D Ruddell, James- R Schroni Ji , Jack G Shriver, Leroy W Smith, Ornell J. Stauffer, Stauffer, Roger F Stemen, Eldon E. Stratton, Vernon A Strawser, John F Stroup, Kenneth H. Stroup, Richard F Sturges, Gerald Gerald A White. John P Wolfe and John W Wuethrich Jr. The next class of 110 students- is expected at the air school the end of the next \\eek.