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Lehman - Plan Celebration for Anniversary Mr. nnd Mrs....
Plan Celebration for Anniversary Mr. nnd Mrs. man. rcsppct.pd Mason county township sinrp lookintr forward Clinton Leh- residents of and Custor , 1896, were i to a haopy| event in their lives when they,j will nb.sprve their 501,h wedding; nnnivprsary at their pleasant,to farm home August 6. jmcr On Sundav. Auc. 1, their chil- drcn are planning to hold open | house during the afternoon and evening. Friends are invited invited tn come and enjoy the time with Mr. and Mrs. Lehman Lehman and their children who, are Mrs. Oscar Odean of South • Cust.pr. Mrs. Claude Bishop of Flint and Dallas of. South Cus- trr. There are also ten grandchildren grandchildren and two great gr>".d- children. ' Clinton Lehman was born at i Bradford, O.. in 1865 and I came to Michigan when very' youn. At Woodland he met and | married Miss Effie Wheeler, j who was born there in 1871. j They were married Aug. 1893. i Three years after their mar- | riage they came to Mason county in the year 1896 and bought the farm in Custor township which has since been their home. Mr. Lehman making the trip from Woodland Woodland with a team of horses and bringing a wagon load of | household goods. They moved' into the house on the farm next to their own which was then owned by Roy Wheeler, a brother of Mrs. Lehman, there were no buildings on their own farm. The land was a heavy forest and that summer summer they cleared three acres and put up a small house. As time went on they continued continued to clear the land and improve their buildings until! today they have one of the i best farms in the county with modern buildings and equipment. equipment. Mrs. Lehman has been active active in all community aff>'-s, being a member of the Brethren Brethren church and a faithful worker in the aid society and also of the Brighten the corner corner club which she has been president of since its beginning, beginning, (Mr. Lehman's main interests have settled in the farm and his fields show the work of many years. Sunday promises tp w ",. ; tae,. a N k^J 14 J. 1 U l-l J jj.. v. .fc.^v-* » Y 1 !g '.'»•»• *^ .- • ** happy day for thein, and they will be pleased to visit with friends who call.

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  1. The Ludington Daily News,
  2. 28 Jul 1943, Wed,
  3. Page 5

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