Wednesday, August 20, 2014

MORE THAN a TICKET MEMOIRS FLYING with AMERICAN AIRLINES from PROPS to JETS


                                                     AUTHORED BY ARGIE HOSKINS

Thanks for taking a look.  You will enjoy my book.  American Airlines 707 Jet Stewardess
Post: More Than a Ticket Memoirs Flying with American Airlines from Props to Jets
Link: http://americanairlinesstewardess.blogspot.com/2014/08/more-than-ticket-memoirs-flying-with.html



More Than a Ticket  Memoirs Flying with American Airlines from Props to Jets
 
Table of Contents 

Acknowledgment

Part One: My Life as a Stewardess 
Chapter 1:   A Young Girl from Animas Valley
Chapter 2:   Following My Restless Spirit
Chapter 3:   Stewardess School
Chapter 4:   Grooming for Graduation  
Chapter 5:   First Flights  
Chapter 6:   A Visit Home
Chapter 7:   Based in and Flying from Los Angeles
Chapter 8:   VIP Passengers before Jet Travel 
Chapter 9:   The First Jet Flight 
Chapter 10:  Four Friends for the Jets 
Chapter 11:  VIP Passengers after Jet Travel 
Chapter 12:  Final Flights
Part Two: On Wings of Time 
Willis Heath Proctor: PILOT AND TRAINER, 1927–1957  
Roy G. Jacobson: MECHANIC AND FLIGHT ENGINEER, 1941–1984 
MaryLou Parkes Whipple: SECRETARY AND STEWARDESS, 1955–1959 
Audrey Radziwon McGinty: STEWARDESS, 1957–1967, 1972–1976 
Gerry McMasters Lockhart: STEWARDESS, 1957–1959 
Polly Harlan Viertel: STEWARDESS, 1957–1958 
Joan Scofield Sheldon STEWARDESS, 1959–1961  
Margaret Bassetti: PASSENGER, JANUARY 25, 1959  
Robert Cawley: PASSENGER  
Diane Miller Engelskirger: STEWARDESS, 1961–1966  
Judi Stilwell Martino: STEWARDESS, 1963–1968


Tony Vallillo: CAPTAIN, 1977–2008  
Contributors Pictures
Argie’s Challenges for Success 

Over 250 pictures by impressive  professional photographers and personal pictures by contributors.






6 comments:

Henny Penny said...

I would enjoy reading your book and plan to look for it. There was just something special about the 1950's.

Anonymous said...

Thanks to you for your interest in the 1950s and yes there was something special about the 50'. Henny Penny, I think you will enjoy the book. Kiwi Hugs from a former AA Stew. Argie

Anonymous said...

I have read the book. And I have loved it. The pictures are to be declared as rich and brings back my own days of flying. The book made me choke up with memories as they flew by. Lot to think about as the words flew by on the interesting pages.

Anonymous said...

Great Book!

Henny Penny said...

I have ordered your book from Amazon. It should be here any day now. Can't wait to start reading. Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Whomever you are! Thanks for reading and enjoying. Hugs from Argie