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American Airlines Stewardess 1957-1959 passenger letters and other paperwork

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From American Airlines 707 Jet Stewardess Argie Hoskins
Argie Hoskins in El Paso, Texas June 1957

I am adding some interesting paperwork that I have kept because of the memories they stir. Memories that come with threads of time.


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American Airlines Application requirements 1957
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American Airlines Application requirements 1957
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These little bits of paper can paint a history of what it meant to be a stewardess during my time with American Airlines. Read and picture what we looked like and how we acted. I am telling you, I could hardly wait to dress in that neat, tailored uniform with the cap on my head, putting on my best smile to be of service to the air traveling population. Knowing that passengers would dress up and put their best foot forward to receive "first class service" be it in the front or rear of the plane. It was an exciting match of colorful personalities. I feel I was privileged to have been serving the public in such a special way during this period of history.


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Name plate

I still have my two name plates. By now you know that I am very sentimental. Not only were we trained to know our passenger's names, but right there in front of the plane for the passengers to see were our names. "What does the A. stand for?" Many times that question was asked. "Argie"




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Passenger letters were always rewarding for me because they validated me as a contributor. This was one of our family's core values. "Not what you get, but what you give, makes you happy." I grew up knowing that the footsteps of my life would be to give, not to take. I am saddened when my brothers and sisters of this earth's experience have not learned to embrace and appreciate this valuable lesson. "Look outward for joy, not inward to be satisfied." (Argie Hoskins) The most glorious picture is seeing the hands of giving not taking. Again, letters from my passengers told me that I was doing a pretty good job of giving. Thank you dear passengers.


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Stewardess Argie Hoskins' passenger letter from Clara M. Herring Flight 561 July 16th 1957 Cincinnati to Indianapolis

I kept this letter because I remember Clara Herring. She was excited to be aboard AA. My life has now turned into her age of the year 1957. How generous of her to write a note expressing her thanks for the service she enjoyed. My memory now enjoys her as she warmed my heart in July of 1957.
This was one of my first passenger letters.




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Argie Hoskins' check ride by stewardess supervisor Peggy Warren August 3, 1957

Note the lack of excellent performance. That came later! "Anything worth having is worth working for." I was so terrified of the supervisors until I had been flying about two years and they started telling me that I would be a really fine supervisor. Perhaps I could make a career with American Airlines. I started thinking in that direction. Betty was the first one to give me the idea. I liked it. That is how I viewed myself. "As a man thinketh, so is he."



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Passenger letter from Thomas G. Stanley San Diego October 12, 1957

Passenger Thomas Stanley
Back in those days, I was either naive or trusted everyone, because as I go through my memory items, I find that I gave out my address with regularity. At the time, I am not sure that it was a wise decision and certainly not now. The world was a safer place to live and I felt that I could discern the intent of the heart. Thomas Stanley was a good "kid" and needed a friendly smile.

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Harry Fried, Christian Business Men's Committee member, was on my flight. October 1957
I remember the energy with which this dear man explained the organization. Good is Good!



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Military Order of the World War




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Major General Irvine gave Stewardess Argie Hoskins a contest card for a given
historical response to which she correctly answered.





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library.truman.edu/archives/vets_memorial.htm - 17k

In Memory of Our Students
Who Gave Their Lives in the Service of Their Country

The World War I service flag honoring all First District Normal school students who had served in the armed forces was dedicated by President Eugene Fair on July 18, 1918, and a Soldiers Memorial Fund was established to create some type of permanent memorial to those who had died. This memorial eventually took the form of two bronze plaques which were completed and installed February 1928; one contained the text of Fair’s 1918 speech and the other the list of the honorees.

A list of the Northeast Missouri State students who lost their lives and President Walter Ryle’s 1942 service flag dedication address appear on the two World War II memorial plaques. They were unveiled by four men and women representing student veterans at an Armistice Day program in Kirk Auditorium, November 11, 1948. Brigadier General Willard W Irvine’s dedicatory address was followed by taps and a 3-volley gun salute by MacDougall-Lowe American Legion Post No 20.

Dedication of the Korean War memorial was held in Kirk Auditorium on Veterans Day, Nov 11 1957. Lt Col Robert L McKinney, Assistant to the President, gave the address and Janet Howell, daughter of Capt Robert Newland Howell Jr, unveiled the plaque on which her father’s name appears. The ceremony closed with taps and a 3-volley gun salute by MacDougall-Lowe American Legion Post No 20.

The Viet Nam War memorial plaque, sponsored by the campus Veterans’ Club, was dedicated in a solemn Veterans Day ceremony on the Quad, Nov 11, 1980. Club President Sam Guzzo and University President Charles McClain unveiled the plaque and Bill Elmore, President of the National Organization of Concerned Veterans, gave the dedicatory address.











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Passenger Loren Richard Hodge



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Probationary letter from supervisor Sally Robinson
Now Argie is a full fledged stewardess.


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Letter from The White House June 1958



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Letter from The White House regarding air safety.
This is in response to my letter to them. One day in route between Tucson and LA, a military jet invaded our commercial space. The crew was concerned, as were many passengers, soooo I wrote a letter to The White House.

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Letter from passenger Frankie Jones

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Passenger Stephen Riddle created a picture for me with a story.


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Passenger Nancy Ver Burg drew a wonderful picture for me.


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Passenger Richard Baldwin

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In reply to Richard Baldwin's letter to me, C. R. Smith wrote a note.

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Passenger Captain James Quinn wrote a letter about our great service. We were trained well!

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Supervisor Dotti

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Passenger Michael Hummer



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Stewardess supervisor Jan Enright LAX October 1958

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Passenger Mr. and Mrs. Don McNamara

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Passenger Jonesy October 1958

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Passenger Edith Geren December 1958

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Passenger Floris Henderson December 1958

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Passenger Robert (Bob) Cawley Sr., director and producer for NBC-TV became a friend of Argie's brother C.L. C.L. was going to acting school in Hollywood. That is another story to tell. After I had Bob on my flight, he started helping C.L. with his pursue to get into pictures. The long and the short of it is, that after C.L. joined the Army, Four Star Playhouse sent him an invitation for a contract in a series. Too late!



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C.L. Hoskins Charles Leslie Hoskins
Vanity Fair publication
Attending Columbia acting school where Bob Cawley was a teacher.


Bob asked me if I would like to take some acting classes. I would have very much liked to have taken classes, however my plate was full of other things at the time. Acting is what I have done all my life. I am what my heart desires to be, "Act out your life in a way that your footsteps will take you where life will be remembered as good." We have a choice where our slippas will take us.



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Passenger George Lamsa

Dr. Lamsa sent me a small book of the 23rd Pslams.
Dr. Lamsa told me as he studied the Book of Mormon, he felt it to be a legitimate writing.
He was the technical advisor on the film, The Big Fisherman"


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Lamsa Web site:
Dr. George Lamsa was a native Assyrian who was shocked to find that most Christians in the West used a Greek-based Bible. To Dr. George M. Lamsa, and many other Eastern Christians, the Aramaic Bible, is the only Bible. He worked on translating the Aramaic Peshitta into English, resulting in the Lamsa Bible.



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Congratulations from Beth Spain and children Monty and Nanette Spain
to Argie Hoskins for stewardess jet selection.

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Letter from William Fowler American Airlines
Bill Phillips American Airlines

Stewardesses Claire Bullock and Argie Hoskins were on the "Stop Arthritis Telethon."
Will Fowler and Bill Phillips of AA wrote to Supervisor Jeanne Folk thanking her for our participation.

My journal entry of Sunday, February 15, 1959
"Our friend Bob Cawley said that all of the NBC control unit in his particular studio was watching. There were lots of people on the program such as Jane Russell, Jerry Lewis, Lucille Ball, Billy Eckstein, John Smith (actor in The High and Mighty), Kathy Nolan(Actress), Terry Moore,(Actress), the M.C., Uncle Miltie Berle. Oh yes, should I forget, Claire Bullock and Argie Hoskins, American Airline stewardesses.

While speaking of public relations, I accepted the invitation to represent American on many occasions such as other telethons, Rotary Club meetings, and etc.



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Peter Pitchess, Sheriff Who Modernized Agency, Dies

Peter J. Pitchess, the Los Angeles County sheriff who transformed the nation’s largest Sheriff’s Department from a rustic cowboy agency into a modern professional law enforcement organization, died Sunday at his home in Newport Beach. He was 87.




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Passenger A. C. Hershatter



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Passenger Kenneth Woolley



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Passengers from North Carolina Meyer's Store
President Joseph T. Martin Southern Gentleman


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Passenger Elmira Sears from Albany, New York

First flight on a plane and here she was on the 707 Jet.


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Passenger Emmett McKowan 21 February 1959



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Passenger Helen Goldschmidt
Impressive, engaging lady.




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Passenger P. Romero


September 16, 1959
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Subject: Landing Gear - Hydraulic System
Air Conditioning
Water Injection Pumps
Gauges, Instruments - Cockpit Panel
Cabin Items
Coffee Maker
Buffet Equipment
Buffet Service Door
Buffet Air Vents
Chimes
Seats

Letter from Ralph Radcliffe
Director - Stewardess Service


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Ralph Radcliffe
Director - Stewardess Service

C. R. Smith described it as "the most reliable engine we have ever operated." When you consider the overall performance, and passenger reaction to our new airplanes, plus the fact that there does not seem to be any problems that are not yielding to trouble-shooting, the outlook is solidly good.


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707 BRIEFING
Stewardess Service Division
September 16, 1959


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Subject: Changes in Current Patterns of Service


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707 BRIEFING
Stewardess Service Division
September 22, 1959


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October 1, 1959 707 Jet Stewardess schedule
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On Sundays after flying my way to another city, I was off and running to Church where ever I happened to be on a layover. Following are some of the places that I visited now and again.
As I reminisce, it is fun to take my mind from place to place. This morning I found another journal. When I have time. . . more to write.


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Phoenix, Arizona

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Dallas, Texas

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I lived in Westchester area for a short time.

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El Paso, Texas

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New York City
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Westwood, near UCLC
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Westwood Second Ward
This is the church I attended while living in Los Angeles. The chapel is located on the same plot of ground that the Los Angeles Temple is located. The congregation was friendly and I made a lot of good friends at church. Some of which I still enjoy the relationships. I was in the same Sunday School class with Loraine Day. She was a wonderful sister in the church.

Laraine Day

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Laraine Day

from the trailer for Journey for Margaret (1942)
Born La Raine Johnson
October 13, 1920(1920-10-13)
Roosevelt, Utah
Died November 10, 2007 (aged 87)
Ivins, Utah
Years active 1937–1986[1]
Spouse(s) Ray Hendricks (1942–1947)
Leo Durocher (1947–1960)
Michael Grilikhes (1960–2007)

Laraine Day (October 13, 1920November 10, 2007)[1][2] was an American actress and an a former MGM contract star.

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Career

Born La Raine Johnson [3] in Roosevelt, Utah, she was a descendant of a prominent Mormon pioneer leader, and moved with her family from Utah to California, where she began her acting career with the Long Beach Players.

In 1937 she debuted onscreen in a bit part in Stella Dallas; shortly afterwards she won lead roles in several George O'Brien westerns at RKO, in which she was billed as "Laraine Hays" and then Laraine Johnson.

In 1939 she signed with MGM, going on to become popular and well-known (billed as Laraine Day) as "Nurse Mary Lamont", the title character's fiancee in a string of seven "Dr. Kildare" movies beginning with Calling Dr. Kildare (1939), with Lew Ayres in the title role.

Her roles for other studios were often far more stimulating than those MGM gave her, including a prominent supporting part in the Irish melodrama My Son, My Son! She starred in the Alfred Hitchcock thriller Foreign Correspondent (1940) with Joel McCrea, and the psychological mystery The Locket (1946) with Robert Mitchum, Brian Aherne, and Gene Raymond. She was paired opposite major film stars, including Lana Turner, Cary Grant, and John Wayne, and hosted a TV show alternately called Daydreaming with Laraine or The Laraine Day Show (1951).

Personal life

She was married to Ray Hendricks from 1942 to 1947, then to the baseball manager Leo Durocher from 1947 to 1960, while she would sometimes be referred to as "the first lady of baseball". While Durocher was managing the New York Giants, Day wrote a book with the punning title Day With the Giants (1952).

Shortly after her divorce from Durocher, Day married television producer Michael Grilikhes in 1960. She and Grilikhes had two daughters, Dana (b. 1962) and Gigi (b. 1964). After their births, Day rarely appeared in films, and only occasionally appeared on TV, portraying matronly types. Day was devoted to the raising of her two daughters, and largely retired from film and television to spend time with her family and be active in her church, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons).

Hollywood Walk of Fame

For her contribution to the motion picture industry, Laraine Day has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6676 Hollywood Blvd.

Death

Laraine Day died on November 10, 2007 in Ivins, Utah, aged 87, at the home of her daughter, Gigi Bell, according to her publicist, Dale Olson. Day had moved back to her native Utah in March 2007 following the death of her third husband. According to IMDb the cause of death was cancer, but there is no other evidence to support this. Most other sources have cited "natural causes".[citation needed]

Selected filmography


97 comments:

Nal said...

I didn't know that you had to be under a certain weight for your height to be a flight attendant. I love looking at all of your pictures and mementos!

Natalya

argie hoskins shumway said...

Hi, Thank you for taking the time to view my blog. I am putting more things on that may be of interest. Really, I didn't know that this chapter of my life was going to be sooo long. Thanks for stopping by for a "look." Argie

Shannon said...

Hi Mrs. Shumway (or is it Hoskins?) =) haha
anyways, this is the girl you met on the
plane---Shannon! This blog is very interesting. It's really neat that you got to meet so many people. I love seeing your pictures and reading your accounts of the way flying was 50 years ago. It's a shame it's not still like that!

Anonymous said...

Mrs. Hoskins-Shumway,
I was so moved after reviewing this posting, overwhelmed by the rich amount of history and hard work that has come before me. I currently hold rank within of our beloved American Airlines Stewardess corp. There is only slight twist; I would have been considered a “steward” instead of a stewardess back in days past. Of course, in the 50’s, men didn’t hold positions on the aircraft. But as I see from your postings, we took a different role thus also adding to the foundation of such a wonderful profession. In today’s world, we use the term Flight Attendant. Nonetheless, it’s a duty that is taken with a great deal of pride that unless you’ve worn the gold (or silver) wings, it’s very difficult to comprehend. Only few upper management have ever quite understood our strength and dedication. Mr. CR understood along with Ms. Millie Allford, our “First Lady” of Stewardess. I've temporarily left active flying and crossed over to management with hopes to leave my mark for those who have yet to join our esteem world of aviation. How long I will last in this world, only few know…..In an environment that includes budget cuts and increased cabin seating, I chuckle yet dream about that photo you posted of the 707 Jet Flagship. All First Class seating 2-by-2! Your sharp/crisp look that everyone was expected to maintain – terms like “buffet” instead of galley….all keys to our past. But somehow, they still are so prominent!
Currently, my responsibility is to ensure that our Flight Attendants are equipped with the most up-to-date training in emergency procedures. This ensures they’re ready (without hesitation) to render life saving skills while onboard. I would love to hear more about what emergency training included in the 1950’s. Any past bulletins, training pages you can share would be greatly appreciated. I will make a point to check back often for new posting. Finally, thank you again as I’m truly humbled to see and read about the dedication and history that has come before me. A reassurance to you (and other active AA’s stewardess) that even though it may not always appear on the outside, the are still a few of us ensuring that same "torch" you once carried is kept alive. However today it burns with a different type of flame while keeping the honor behind our Flight Attendant "Stewardess/Steward" corps. With my highest regards / FMP

Argie Hoskins-Shumway said...

FMP, Thank you so much for your kindness to my committed heart with comments that make a statement that history is important. I will make a new post on emergency training in the 1950's. Since your responsibility is to ensure that our Flight Attendants are equipped with the most up-to-date training in emergency procedures, I am wondering if it will be anything that you are not well versed. I have a thought or two that I will post as a new post. Again, thank you for your thoughtful insight. Argie Hoskins Shumway

Anonymous said...

Mrs. Hoskins-Shumway,
As stated in my comments following your Emergency Training posting, it’s simply amazing how some things remain constant. History is very important since it's allows one to learn about their past and prevents the future generation from making the same mistake twice (at least those who take heed of what has been learned). With today’s legal concerns/restrictions, most all of the details of stewardess training history is gone from AA's archives. However, to link with someone who can provide a snapshot of the past is truly a rewarding experience. I thank you for taking the time to answer my request and I look forward to any future readings about my “foremothers”. Such big steps to follow…..Regards, FMP

Anonymous said...

I'm going to be a little off subject, I have just recently found out who my grandmother was, and am desperatly trying to find any info about her that I can, all family with any info has passed, it's a long shot but did you know a woman that worked for Amercian Airlines by the name of Margaret Louise, now here is the real tricky part, she was married several times so I am not sure what her last name would have been at the time, Mackay, Watt, Darrow or possible Scible, this was her name when she passed in April 1959 at the age of 46. Thank you for taking the time to read this and thinking back for me. My name if Jodie of Pleasanton Texas, oh yeah Miss Margaret lived in Dallas Texas and also at some point in El Paso. my email is momslovefootball@aol.com

jennifer said...

Hello Argie,

Thanks so much for sharing your wonderful memories, photos and letters from your days at AA. It's been a pleasure looking through all of it. I'm researching the life of the 1950s stewardess and would love to know about where you were trained, how you were recruited and what your training was like, should you have time to drop me a line. I'd be thrilled to hear about your life during those times.

Thanks again for such wonderful posts.

Warmest regards,

Jennifer Bishop
jennifermotre@yahoo.com

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