Dr. William J. Spry is a nuclear scientist and inventor who grew up in the 1900s. In elementary school young Bill’s teachers made him do extra work because he fidgeted, talked, drew, and made mistakes in class. These mistakes were just the beginning.
As a boy, Bill Spry plowed his grandparent’s farm with mules, fished, and hiked in the mountains of Pennsylvania. He and a buddy had fun catching rabbits by running after them. He noticed the world around him and learned new things...READ MORE
Be sure to come back Wednesday March 21st to read my interview with the daughter of Dr. William J. Spry and author of the article, Elsie Spry.
by Elsie Spry