Here is another illustration for Truman State University Press book on Notable Missourian Maria Meyer Fower (Written by Christine Montgomery). Here she is shown climbing out onto the wing of her JN-4 Jenny. A common thing for her, but this time was different. They were flying through downtown St Louis on a particularly gusty day while attempting to whip up crowds for a show. The intense wind made it harrowing enough that the pilot cut it short and returned to the open air in short order.
I made that word up. Its kind of a cool word methinks, but I suspect anything made feminine by adding "stress" to the end is understandably pejorative. I mean you're adding the word stress to something to a title to denote its a woman! Sheesh. All that said, if there's one word I think could easily have stress woven in to it its barnstormer. Hmmm Is that one word or two? Anyways, ironically I don't think stress was part of Marie Meyer Fowers vocabulary when it came to anything flight related, it was her love and she was incredible at it. Here is an illustration of her after jumping from another JN-4 Jenny while impressing a gathered crowd.
This illustration is for the Notable Missourian book on Marie Meyer Fower written by Christine Montgomery and published by Truman State University Press.