Name:   Myrtle Etta (Johnston) Lehman

From:  The Daily Inter Lake, Kalispell, Montana
Date:  Wednesday, December 13, 1972

Mrs. Myrtle Ella Lehman, 65, Rt. 2, Kalispell, died in Missoula Monday.  She was born Dec. 13, 1906 at Pierre, S.D., a daughter of DeLace and Elva Johnston.  On May 16, 1931, she married Fred O. Lehman at Great Falls.  In 1945, the couple moved to the flathead and had owned operated Boisverts Camp at Lake McGregor until 1963 when they sold their interests.

Mrs. Lehman was a member of the First Presbyterian Church and the Order of the Eastern Star Adah Chapter 17.  She was an active member and had served for many years on the Rainbow Board.  She was a Master of the Grand Cross of Color, Order of Rainbow Girls and was past president of Sapphira Daughters of the Nile.

She is survived by her widower, at home; one son, Fred L, Lehman of Missoula; three grandchildren; her mother, Elva Johnston, Kalispell; two brothers, Clarence Johnston, Bridgeport, Wash., and Harold Johnston, Tacoma Wash.; and nine sisters, Mrs. John (Cora) Sjostrand, Fresno, Calif., Mrs. Ernest (Nina) Rundquist and Mrs. Jack (Ethel) Francis, both of Augusta; Ruby Adams, Las Vegas, Nev., Mrs. Harry (Eleanor) Skogstad and Mrs. Dale (Dorothy) DeGolier, both of Bellingham, Wash, Mrs. B. J. (Sue) White, Minot, N.D., and Mrs. Harry (Hazel) Munger and Mrs. Charles (Elva) Woods, both of Glasgow.

Funeral services for Mrs. Lehman will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in the First Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Dr. Odin A. Baugh officiating.  Following services, the body will be forwarded to the George Funeral Home in Great Falls where services will be conducted at 11 a.m. Friday.  Interment will be in Highland Cemetery, Great Falls.  The family suggests memorials to the Shrine Hospital in Spokane.