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Lois graduated from Baraboo High School in 1939 and married Gordon A. She was a member of Rebekahs, the VFW Auxiliary and the Methodist Church.
The first-known (broadcast) helmet cam was made by Aerial Video Systems and worn by Dick Garcia for the live broadcast (via microwave) on ABC from the 500 World Championship at Carlsbad Raceway on June 28, 1986.Highlights of her travels included trips to the United Kingdom, Norway, and Arizona.Lois is survived by children, Ruth Mesarosch of Jefferson, Gordon Anderson of Sun Prairie, Kathleen (Bruce) Parkinson of Two Rivers, Paula (Dennis) Harpold of Merrimac and Jon Anderson of West Baraboo; eight grandchildren and their children, Scott (Kari) Harpold, Karlie and Thea, Chris (Heather) Parkinson, Kenzie and Zoey, Dale Harpold, Greg Harpold, Micah, Dylan and Gavin, Aaron Parkinson, Michael (Ashley) Mesarosch, Mabel Baechle , Melinda Mesarosch and Mark Harpold (fiancée Ashley Meyer); brother, William (Joan) Wakefield of Hemet, California; sister-in-law, Lorna Wakefield of Loves Park, Ill.; and numerous nieces and nephews. Contents: The call for Biblical studies (1930-36); The need for research (1937-40); The Kingham Hill Conference (1941); Real progress (1941-45); Post-War developments (1945-60); A tribute; Appendix II A statement of the aims of Tyndale House by Dr. The archive also includes four Holden notebooks with material relating to prayers, order of services and liturgy. Martin The archive of material relating to the assyriologist, archaeologist and biblical scholar, Professor Donald Wiseman (1918-2010), was donated to Tyndale House in 2010. She was also a volunteer for the VFW Auxiliary at the Veterans Hospital in Madison.
Lois enjoyed traveling, reading, sewing, gardening, jigsaw puzzles and her family.
Kitchen (1932-) Wiseman Papers Papers of Professor Donald Wiseman (1918-2010) The archives of Tyndale House range from 1950 to 1999.
Studies pursued by residents prior to 1952 - Studies pursued by residents 1952-1973 - Tyndale House activities 1952-1955 - Courses/theses/publications connected to Tyndale House - University residents 1951-1956From John B Chapman (Chairman, UCCF Executive Committee), to Dr J. Addressee unnamed (but not Burkitt): Discussion of chaplain duties in the hospital (ie. Also discusses the Coptic and Syriac churches, whether clergy should enlist, and the Senussi tribe and their beliefs.
It is located in Riverside County, California to the north of San Jacinto and about 100 miles (160 km) from Los Angeles.
The heavily guarded compound comprises about 50 buildings surrounded by high fences topped with blades and watched around the clock by patrols, cameras and motion detectors.
The essayist is unnamed and it is possible never published. Three of these notebooks are indexes to the sermons, giving, place, date and topic.