Hi all. I received the following information from Morris Jones who is retired in WA state. I have invited him to share some memories with us. --- Jay
It would have been nice to be a CVHS grad, but during WW2 my folks moved to Garden City where I graduated in 1949.
I went to K-State, got an architecture degree and a USAF commission and then completed pilot training. I had some interesting assignments including 13 months flying out of England in support of bases in Europe and North Africa. I landed at Don Cox’s base in France once and called him. We couldn’t get together for dinner but it was a treat to talk to a Cedar Vale friend, especially while in a foreign country.
I returned to Garden City after my AF years, and later lived in Laramie, Wyoming. I retired to Walla Walla, Washington, where I golf three days a week. It is a pretty soft life, -- but I can handle it!