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Memorials to Marion W. Lewis

Resolutions of Condolence and Respect
October 28, 1926

     Whereas, Our Grange has been saddened by the death of Brother Marion W. Lewis, who had been a faithful member of our Order, therefore be it.
     Resolved, That in his passing our Grange has lost a valued member, one that gladly responded to every call of the Grange, because of the opportunity it afforded him for service; be it further
     Resolved, That Fultonham Grange, No. 809, tender to the bereaved family of our deceased brother its keenest sympathy in the loss they have sustained;
     Resolved, That these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of the Grange and a copy of the same be sent to the family, also to be printed in our local newspapers.
                                                                                       Richard W. Ellis,
                                                                                       Alice M. Bouck,
                                                                                       George E. Hanes.

Memorial To Professor Lewis
October 28, 1926

     The County Sunday School Association in session at Leesville Tuesday, October 19th, adopted the following memorial to Professor Lewis:
     Professor M. W. Lewis, County Education Superintendent, and Superintendent of the Adult Department of the Middleburgh Methodist Sunday school, was promoted on October first to the higher school of Christ, the General Superintendent and Supreme Teacher. We miss his genial spirit, his wise cunsel, his inspiring zeal, his aggressive leadership, and were we not confident that "to depart and be with Christ is far better," we could wish that he had tarried with us. We feel that we cannot raise for him a more fitting memorial, than to renew our devotion to Christian culture. As the septre of Moses was taken up by Joshua, and the mantle of Elijah fell upon Elisha, so may another be raised to take the place of this prince who has fallen in Israel.
                                                                                                                   Committee.


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