Clipped From The Ogden Standard-Examiner
OBITUARIES Ernest R. Lehman Ernest R. Lehman, 66, of 3560 Adams, died Saturday at Dee Hospi'fal following an extended illness. Mr, Lehman was born Sept. 8, 190! In Ogden, a son of August and Augusta Giube Lehman. He was reared and educated in Oqden, He later moved to Idaho Falls, Idaho, wh«r* he worked for a furniture company before returning 10 Ogden In 1923. He was married to Docia Musgrave on Sepf. 9, 1925 in Og< den. He worked in Og den as a shoe repair man and as a carpenter for Southern Pacific Railroad and Whitmeyers tired in 1966. Construction Co. He Mr. Lehman was a member of Carpenters r a ' ..•.•"• w;""7co his and . one W R. (Lizzie) Hunt of Roy and Mrs. R. R (Lora) Rpbinson of Denver, Colo. • Funeral services will be conducted Tues|day at 1:30. p.m.. in the Chapel of Flowers Mortuary with Rev. Robert 0. Vance of the Washington Heights Baptist Church Friends 'may call at the Chapel of Flowers Monday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Tuesday from .12:30 .to 1:30 p.m. Interment will be in the Aultorest ME- rnorial Park. . .