Evelyn was born in Chicago, Illinois, in 1902. She started working at her father's restaurant at age 14. She heard many stories from the pilots
who returned home from World War I. These stories inspired her to want to fly. After the war, Evelyn sailed to Paris to attend flight school.
She was one of (numerous, numorous, numberous, or numbierous)
students who wanted to learn how to fly. She spent hours training. All she wanted was to earn an (avaition, avation, aviation, or aviation)
license. After becoming an international pilot, she returned to Chicago. Evelyn was welcomed and highly (comended, commeded, commeneded, or commended)