Bottoms from Watts, Oklahoma; the 50th was Wava
Woods from Reed City,
Alger was born in Sunderland, the son of the late Haskell and Wava
(Kempton) Alger, and grew up in western MA.
Very deserving of your attention are an essay by Wava
Haney comparing books on women as entrepreneurs and managers and a review by Chris Timmerman of four films about women architects, as well as more than a dozen reference-book reviews and our other usual columns.
1 (Winter 2005), 2-5; Mary Neth, "Building the Base: Farm Women and the Rural Community and Farm Organizations in the Midwest, 1900-1940," in Women and Farming: Changing Roles, Changing Structures, Wava
She was born April 9, 1942, in Ellis County, Kan., to Paul and Wava
Gateshead Council's Events/Leisure Services team has been supporting the build and logistics of the Dubai Marathon for a number of years after co-ordinating the marathon within the WAVA
(World Association of Veteran Athletics) Games which were held in Gateshead in 1999.
The Welsh Association of Visitor Attractions (WAVA
) is hoping to build on last year's improved business.
One Great Falls family and marriage counselor, Wava
Goetz, reviewed the 700 cases she had handled over the past five years and came to a stunning discovery.
"This is an exciting and important program for us," notes Wava
Truscott, director of scientific affairs and clinical education.
in 1967; Wolfman Jack howling out of XERB in Mexico in 1970; the final hour of WAVA
in Washington, D.C.
The row broke out after a New Zealand and an Australian athlete lodged formal complaints at the weekend with WAVA
, questioning the sex of the athlete.
She has won two silver medals in the 5K race/walk competition at the World Veterans Athletics Championships (WAVA
), and she has been competing at the world level since 1991.