Ray Theis appeared twice in the Davis-Monthan Airfield Register in Tucson, AZ. He was flying as a passenger with Margaret Perry. They landed at Tucson Friday, April 5, 1929 at 10:10AM. Based at Los Angeles, CA, they were westbound from Tulsa, OK to Los Angeles. They flew in the Spartan NC8058. A month later, he also landed as pilot in command on May 6, 1929. He carried a single passenger, L.R. Dooley in the Spartan he identified as NX8077.
Theis also appeared in the Peterson Field Register, sometime between August 16 and 29, 1936. He arrived at Colorado Springs from Oklahoma City, OK. He identified Colorado Springs as his destination. He flew with three unidentified passengers in NC10884, a Stinson S Junior, S/N 8060. Please direct your browser to the Peterson Field link for a more complete biography of Theis, including a photograph and an accounting of an accident he was involved in in 1930.
He also landed at Albuquerque, NM and appeared in the Oxnard Field Register on June 20, 1930 at 12:00Noon. He flew the Spartan NC61N owned by the Skelly Oil Company. Theis also appeared twice in the Parks Airport Register on May 1 & 2, 1930. He flew the Spartan NC61N.
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