The committee expresses gratitude to all who helped, some of whom are listed below. We have received both names and information, which
could not be included but were valuable contributions and we regret not being able to include every item. We hope that this small volume is
just the beginning of a continuing effort to recognize the contributions of both men and women to the development of our community.
Biographical information was provided by: Mary Anne Anderson, Elaine Artlip in "Sciolo" 1979, Margaret Cole Bazar, James Hunter
Brown, Neal Cooper, Leavett Dearborn, Myra Farrington, Mrs. Bruce Forward, Hurlburt Gillmor, Ruby Smith Godfrey, LaVerne Hossle
Hall, W. Lee Honeyman, Jeanne Honette, Mrs. Lynn Hull, Marjorie Hines Isaacson, Dr. Eugene Ingmand, Mrs. James A. Keigan, Dr. Robert
E. Lane, Julia Lane, Nellie Lenz, Gretchen McQuown, Clifton Mealy, Alice Mellott, Martha C. Miller, Opal Miller, Helen Murphy, Marian
Murphy, Maxine Murphy, Lenore Ostrom, Margaret Ostrom, Phoebe Moore, Alice Hayes Reese, Eleanor Rea, Charles Emery Richards,
Xenia Rogers, Joe Rushton, Beth Evans Seeman, Darwin Sellergren, Ralph Spencer, Elizabeth Schmidt, Bessie Schmipff, Edward Thomsen,
Mary Jo Van Druff, Betty Victor, Grace Walling, Joan Williams, Jeannette E. Winters.
The Committee was aided in publication by Pat Fuller who did the cover design, Charles Kreigler who provided the TRS computer and word
processing program, Dottie Barna and Chris Christian for media coverage, and writing and typing assistance from Ruth Ann Petrak, Jackie
Adams, Edith Naylor, and Gerry Lundgren.
The Committee hopes that errors and omissions will be forgiven in the interest of the intent of the project: the recognition of women's
Ruth Anne Draper