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Religion - Mennonite Church - Biography

Delp, Emma S. Six Little Orphans: My Story. Harrisonburg, Va.: Emma S. Delp, 1990. vi, 105p.: illus.
This autobiographical story has information about Rockingham County throughout the book. Heavily illustrated with many Biblical scriptures and religious sayings.
1. Delp, Emma S., 1915- . 2. Shank family. 3. Shank, Daniel D., 1886-1920.
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Showalter, Richard A. Biography of Perry E. Shank. [Harrisonburg, Va.]: [Eastern Mennonite College], 1965. 8, [1]p. Bibliography: p. [1].
Typescript copy. A term paper done at Eastern Mennonite University. The life of a farmer and minister living in the Broadway area is presented. Shank served as a minister for over fifty years. His ministry is emphasized.
1. Shank, Perry E., 1870-1953. 2. Mennonite Church - Clergy. 3. Clergy - Mennonite Church.
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Showalter, Welby. H.D.H. Showalter: A Mennonite in the Southern Tradition. [Harrisonburg, Va.]: [Eastern Mennonite College], 1971. 37p.: illus. Bibliography: p. 36-37.
Typescript copy. A term paper done at Eastern Mennonite University. This is a biography of Showalter who lived in the Broadway area. Arranged topically, e.g. early life, home life, business, church, etc.
1. Showalter, Howard D.H., 1882-1969. 2. Showalter family.
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Weaver, Kathleen. Chester K. Lehman: A Project for Mennonite Life. [Harrisonburg, Va.]: [Eastern Mennonite College], 1964. 7p.
Typescript copy. Term paper. His life as a professor at Eastern Mennonite College and his work for the church highlight this brief sketch of Chester Lehman. There are comments on his home life.
1. Lehman, Chester K., 1895-1980.
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Wenger, John C. Biography of Amos Daniel Weaver Until 1933, Based on an Autobiography Which He Wrote in Answer to a Questionnaire and on an Interview. Goshen, Ind.: [Goshen College], 1934. 14p.
Typescript copy. Term paper. Wenger, a native of Rockingham County, has his life sketched in this study. In his adult years he traveled and lived, in many areas of the United States. In 1922 Wenger became president of Eastern Mennonite College.
1. Wenger, Amos D., 1867-1935. 2. Mennonites - Biography. 3. Eastern Mennonite University - Presidents.
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Wenger, Margaret. Timothy Showalter. [Harrisonburg, Va.]: Eastern Mennonite College, 1958. 6, [1]p. Bibliography: p. [1].
Typescript copy. Term paper. This biographical sketch is on a man who was a farmer in the Broadway area and a minister in the Mennonite Church. This study emphasizes his church work and loving manner with people.
1. Showalter, Timothy, 1887-1957. 2. Mennonite Church - Clergy. 3. Clergy - Mennonite Church.
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Wenger, Margaret A. Amos D. Wenger: Church School Principal, 1922-1935. [Harrisonburg, Va.]: [Madison College], 1973. ii, 27p. Bibliography: p. 25-27.
Typescript copy. Term paper. The author looks at the call of Wenger to the presidency at Eastern Mennonite. She then presents major developments at Eastern Mennonite through 1935.
1. Wenger, Amos D., 1867-1935. 2. Mennonites - Biography. 3. Eastern Mennonite University - Presidents.
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Yoder, Lawson F. L.J. Heatwole: A Lesson in Life. [Harrisonburg, Va.]: [Eastern Mennonite College], 1992. 34p. Bibliography: p. 34.
Typescript copy. Term paper. This study looks at the full expanse of Heatwole's life. Areas especially noted include his work in the church along with membership problems, World War I problems with the federal government, and his work on weather and calendar revision. Heatwole's papers were used in the research.
1. Heatwole, Lewis J., 1852-1932.
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