Intrepid Women


Shelby County Historical Society Vice President Faye Spangler, left to right, gives a tour to Dotti Jelley Mullen, both of Sidney, and Susy Block DeLaet, of Celina, of the Intrepid Women Exhibit. Spangler was dressed as Sidney native Ida Haslup Goode who was the first female principal at Sidney High School and established missions. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News


Shelby County Historical Society Vice President Faye Spangler, left to right, gives a tour to Dotti Jelley Mullen, both of Sidney, and Susy Block DeLaet, of Celina, of the Intrepid Women Exhibit. Spangler was dressed as Sidney native Ida Haslup Goode who was the first female principal at Sidney High School and established missions. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Shelby County Historical Society Vice President Faye Spangler, left to right, gives a tour to Dotti Jelley Mullen, both of Sidney, and Susy Block DeLaet, of Celina, of the Intrepid Women Exhibit. Spangler was dressed as Sidney native Ida Haslup Goode who was the first female principal at Sidney High School and established missions. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_SDN062916Historic-1.jpgShelby County Historical Society Vice President Faye Spangler, left to right, gives a tour to Dotti Jelley Mullen, both of Sidney, and Susy Block DeLaet, of Celina, of the Intrepid Women Exhibit. Spangler was dressed as Sidney native Ida Haslup Goode who was the first female principal at Sidney High School and established missions. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
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