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Lehman-Wheeler-2 - read passages from the UUlh and •Huh Psaliu and...
read passages from the UUlh and •Huh Psaliu and also from the Slh chapter of Romans. In closiii); he read the poem. "On the Death of an Ailed l ; ,iend" by Hoselle Mereier Mereier -Montgomery, ami, at the graveside, he read "In My Fathers Fathers House" liy Robert Freeman. El'fie Wheeler \\as born at Woodland Woodland Au«. 19. 1871. She attended .school and lalj-r tiiughl in rural schools. Following her marriage to Clinton Lehman, also of Harry comity, they moved to South Cus- ler where they purchased ti farm in the then wilderness. A spot big enough to build n home was cleared. Knlarged and remodeled, this was her home as long as she lived, Mrs. Lehman knew the hardship'- hardship'- of the Parly settlers as she assisted her liu.si>;md in clearing the land and improving their home. Interested m music, she taught a singing school during her early arrival in the township and also gave piano lessons to several, She wa:< a devoted member of Church of the Brethren and also of its Ladies' Aid society where her deflness with a needle made her much in demand. A beautiful quiller, .she had made handmade (luills for each of her 10 grandchildren. grandchildren. Several years ago with the late Mrs. George All, a close friend and neighbor, .she was instrumental instrumental in or«;uii/intf DIP Brighten(.he-Corner Brighten(.he-Corner club, serving as its president :i:i years and giving of her lime to help (hose in need where fires or other hardships had destroyed their belongings and j I I

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  1. The Ludington Daily News,
  2. 01 Sep 1956, Sat,
  3. Page 5

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