There is a copy of the obituary for Glenna Beach Johnson from January 19, 1973,available online, but the free version only gives access to the terrible OCR text (I've tried to clean it up a bit):
Glenna Johnson Memorial service for Mrs. Glenna Beach Johnson, 67, of Yellow Springs who died Wednesday, will be held at 3:30 p.m. Sunday at the Unita rian Society, 2728 Lancashire Rd, Cleveland. Mrs. Johnson, wife of Axel H. Johnson, 256 Northwood Dr., had lived in Yellow Springs one and one-half years. A psy- isted in "Who's Who in Amerca" and in 1940 was named 'woman of distinction" by the Buffalo, N. Y., Courier - Ex- Â·ess. Born Feb. 23, 1905, at Bristol Center, N. Y., Mrs. Johnson received a bachelor of arts degree magna cum laude in 1926 from Syracuse University, a master's in social administration from Western Reserve University two years later and certification as a psychiatric social worker from the University of Buffalo in 1938. She held professional posts in relief administration, case-work, casework supervision and child care in family service, other social service agencies and various Traveler's Aid groups for Cleveland, Akron, and Summit County am Des Moines, Iowa, agencies, in addition to private practice in Akron and Des Moines. A major post was an executive director for the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (W1L) Philadelphia, Pa. Mrs. John son was a member of WIL American Civil Liberties Union, National Association fo the Advancement of Colore People, Congress of Racial Equality, Academy of Certi fied Social Workers, Nationa Association of Social Workers Phi Beta Kappa and Unitarian Fellowship of Yellow Springs. She is survived in addition tc her husband by a daughter Mrs. Karen A. Kitchen o Mahwah, N. J.; two sons, the Rev. David A. Johnson of Pittsburgh, Pa., and Eric W. John son, a doctoral candidate a the University of California a San Diego; five grandchildren and a sister, Caroline Alken berg, Canadaigua, N.Y. Cremation was arranged b; Cook & Son Inc., Columbus Memorial contributions tn a ie made to any chapter of th WIL.
Dorothy Steffens is rather more well represented in online sources, which oddly enough makes it difficult to provide a quick biography. I found a citation for her obituary from the Washington Post, but it is behind a paywall. You should be able to get it through interlibrary loan, or via a subscriber;
Peace Activist Dorothy R. Steffens Dies
Educator, Economist Directed International Women's Group
Thursday, July 1, 1999; Page B06
Dorothy R. Steffens, 78, executive director in the 1970s of the Women's
International League for Peace and Freedom, died of a neurological ailment
June 17 at her home in Silver Spring....