Beloit Women's Bowling Association
Merged Associations

BWBA Member Emeritus:
*Delia Berto....*Darlene Drye....*Ruby Harris....*Edith Kelsey....*Mickey Rydberg....Ginger Schroeder....*Anne Smiljanich....Sandy Storlie....*Barb Vespraskas

BWBA Queens:
*Hattie Alcott....Marion Alexander....Shirley Anderson....Marion Autio....*Jackie Bachim....Barbara Behling....Mary Bennett....*Delia Berto....Bette Buchanan....*Dorothy Chappell....*Girlie Cook....Linda Dammen....Janet Deeds....*Elsie Dorst....*Lois Dunkel....Ellen Fisher....*Ruth Francis....*Sally Geary....*Evelyn George....*Mabel Gland....Dolores Grossenbacher....*Ethel Hahn....*Edna Hanaman....*Ruby Harris....Joanne Hartley....Ida Hillison....Barb Huffman....Charlotte Hull....Vicki Humphry....*Edith Kelsey....Dorothy Kitelinger....*Nell Klein....Judy Lovell....Romilda Luc....*Meg Maltese....Letha Marshall....*Vicky May....*Mickey Meister....*Anna Miculik....Barb Nitz....Mary Normington....*Evelyn (Casey) Patch....Maureta Platenberg....*Dorothy Ramsey....Bonnie Rayner....*Marie Reynolds....*Mickey Rydberg....*Alice Samuelson....Barb Sather....*Evelyn Schultz....Geraldine Schultz....*Anne Smiljanich....Bobbi Smith....Barbara Todd....Carol "Kelly" Tuttle....*Delores Tuttle....*Penny Ullrich....Arlene Underhill....*Millie Vance....*Barb Vespraskas....Gloria Ward....*Mazie Ward....Lil Warfield....*Betty Wendtland

* Deceased

The Women's Association was started about 1932 by Nora Kay from Janesville. She came to Beloit to help organize the Association for their first season. The Women's Association was chartered on September 26, 1934. The association, up to 1935, consisted of two leagues, Gateway League and Freeman Shoe League. All business was conducted under the head of "Gateway Women's Association. There was no recorded organization for the Beloit City Association. From notes of the minutes of the meeting held on January 13, 1936, the association name is given as "Beloit Women's Bowling Association" and there was a total 103 women. 2018 the association merged together with the men, women and youth.


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