McKENZIE of The News Scottvill* 1S6-F-13 Will Teach District Last Rites Held for Mrs. Lehman Services in memory of Mrs. Kf tie Lehman \vere held Wednesday afternoon from Stephens chapel \\ilh the Kev. Mr. Holv>rt Kbey, pastor of Church of the Brethren, officiating. Tlu> women's trio of the church sans; "lvor\ Palaces'" and "He yotul the Sunset" with Mrs. Holly Wilson playing the accompaniment. accompaniment. Kussrll i'dean. IVrcy I'url'ee. Diaries Glam/.i. Wilfonl KNiop, Howard Dodson and William Bryc. Mrs. Lehman's .urandsous, \\crc pallbearers. The liev. Mr. Kbey spoke of the life ol Mrs, Lchiinin and her in- flueiu'c in the community. He giving baskets of foods and gifts to shut-ins. Members of the club attended the service in a body. Of a sunny nature she made many friends who will remember her for her kind manner and helpfulness. helpfulness. Two years ago last March j she fell, fracturing a hip. She never never recovered from the effects of that fall. Surviving are a son. Dallas of South Custer; two daughters. Mrs. Oscar Odean of South Custer and Mrs. Lester Phillips of Flint: a sister, Mrs. Lcnna Murphy who lived with Mrs. Lehman for several several years: a sister-in-law, Mrs. Minnie Geiger of Woodland, to grandchildren. 21 great grandchildren grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. nephews. the services were Lester Phillips, Wil- Mrs. Joyce Hubert Mrs. Morris Clarke Hetty of Flint, Mr. Wheeler of Middle- Coming for and Mrs. Hishop, Mr. and daughter Mrs. Car! Miford Miford and and and ville, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wheeler and daughter Georgia, Mrs. Minnie Minnie Geiger. Mr. and Mrs. Vivian r.arnum, Mrs. Orpha Wing. Percy Lehman, Immamiel Lehman, Holland Holland Lehman of Woodland and Mrs. Incy, Powers of Lansing. Preceding the services dinner uas served to relatives in the basement of the Church of the Hrethrcn by women of the church ami eommunily.