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John C. Lehr
Member of the U.S. House of Representatives
from Michigan's 2nd district
In office
March 4, 1933 – January 3, 1935
Preceded byEarl C. Michener
Succeeded byEarl C. Michener
Personal details
BornNovember 18, 1878
Monroe, Michigan
DiedFebruary 17, 1958 (aged 79)
Monroe, Michigan
Political partyDemocratic
Alma materUniversity of Michigan at Ann Arbor
OccupationLawyer

John Camillus Lehr (November 18, 1878 – February 17, 1958) was a politician from the U.S. state of Michigan.

Lehr was born in Monroe, Michigan and attended St. Mary's private school and graduated from Monroe High School in 1897. He graduated from the law department of the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor in 1900. He was admitted to the bar the same year and commenced practice in Monroe. He moved to Port Huron in 1905 and continued the practice of law there. He later returned to Monroe in 1916 and served as city attorney from 1918 to 1922 and 1928 to 1930. He was a member of the board of education of Monroe 1926 to 1936 and served as its vice president from 1930 to 1936.

Lehr grave
Lehr grave

In 1932, Lehr defeated seven-term Republican Earl C. Michener to be elected as a Democrat from Michigan's 2nd congressional district to the 73rd United States Congress, serving from March 4, 1933 to January 3, 1935. He was defeated by Michener in 1934.

Lehr was a delegate to the 1936 Democratic National Convention and was a member of the Monroe Port Commission from 1936 to 1942. On July 2, 1936, he was appointed by President Franklin D. Roosevelt to be United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan and served in that position until September 2, 1947. He resigned to devote his time as head of a fraternal beneficiary association in Detroit (The Maccabees), and was succeeded by his chief assistant Thomas P. Thornton.[1][2]

John C. Lehr died in Monroe and was interred there in St. Joseph Cemetery.

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Hi Bananas! Let's talk about the letter "A" "A" is the first letter of the alphabet This is a capital "A" And this is a lower case "a" A makes the sound "Aaa" Like "Apple" Apple starts with the letter "A" Or "alligator" Alligator starts with the letter "A" too I'm going to think of some other words that start with the letter "A" Aaa Aaaa Astronaut! Aaa Aaa Airplane! Aaaa Aaaa Ants! Ants are always angry This sentence has four words And each word starts with the letter "A" Ants Are Always Angry *laughs* grumpy ants Let's review! "A" is the first letter of the alphabet This is a capital "A" And this is a lower case "a" A makes the sound Aaa Like apple Alligator Astronaut Airplane And ants! You should think of some other words that start with the letter "A" I really like the letter "A" Thanks for learning with me bye! Hi bananas! Let's talk about the letter "B" "B" is the second letter of the alphabet This is a capital "B" And this is a lower case "b" B makes the sound "Buh" Like ball Or banana I have three more words that start with the letter "B" Bear bicycle and bees! Bumble Bees Buzzzzz *laughs* Let's review The second letter of the alphabet is a "B" This is a capital "B" And this is a lower case "b" B makes the sound "Buh" Like ball banana bear bicycle and bees! Thanks so much for learning with me! You should think of some other words that start with the letter "B" Bye Bye! Hi bananas! Today we're going to talk about the letter "C" "C" is the thrid letter in the aphabet "A" "B" "C" This is a capital "C" and this is a lower case "c" They look the exact same except the lower case "c" is a little bit smaller C makes the sound "C-C-C" like cowboy Get em up cowboy Or Cup! Cup starts with a "c" too Mmmmm *laughs* I have a game we can play Here are three items Can you guess which one starts with the letter "c"? Clock Drum sticks or headband Remember "c" makes the sound "c- c-" Hmmmmm *gasps* Yes! the clock! Clock starts with the letter "c" c- c- clock! fantastic! Let's try another one Here are three more items Ruler apple and cat Can you guess which one starts with the letter "c"? R- R- Ruler that's not a "c" A - A- Apple That doesn't start with a "c" either C - c- Cat! Cat! Cat starts with the letter C Meow *laughs* Cuddly Cats Can Climb That sentence has four C's in it Cuddly Cats Can Climb That's a really good sentence to practice your C's Now let's review This is a capital "C" And this is a lower case "c" C makes the sound "c- c- c-" Like cowboy cup clock or cat There are a lot of words that start with the letter "C" Thanks for learning with me! Bye! Hello bananas! Today we're going to talk about the letter "D"! D is the fourth letter in the alphabet A, B, C, D, This is a capital "D" and this is a lower case "d" D makes the sound "D- D- D-" Like Dinosaur *Roar* Dinosaur starts with the letter "D" or daisy Daisy starts with the letter "D" too And i love to pick daisies Do you know what else starts with the letter "D"? Dog! Dog starts with the letter "D" Mr. George is a dog Say Hi Mr. George *roof roof* Dogs like to dig in the dirt Well not Mr. George of course He likes to stay clean But most doggies like to dig in the dirt and that sentence has three D's in it Dogs, Dig, and Dirt That's a great sentence for practicing D's Let's review! This is a capital "D" and this is a lower case "d" "D" makes the sound "D- D- D-" Like Dinosaur Or daisy! Or Dog! You should think of some other words that start with the letter "D" Thanks so much for learning about the letter "D" with me Say bye Mr. George *roof roof* Hi Bananas! Welcome to Tea Time! Today we're going to learn about the letter "E" E is the fifth letter of the alphabet A, B, C, D, E This is a capital "E" And this is a lower case "e" E makes the sound "E- E- E-" Like Egg Elevator Or elbow! Let me see your elbows! *laughs* Can you find the word that matches this picture? Elephant, Rabbit, or Frog? That's right! It's an elephant Elephant starts with the letter "E" Elephants Eat Everything! Let's try another one Pencil Glue Or envelope That's not a pencil And it's not glue either It must be an envelope Envelope starts with the letter "E" Excellent job! Now let's review! This is a capital "E" And this is a lower case "e" E is the fifth letter in the alphabet E makes the sound "E- E- E-" Like Egg! Elevator Elephant Envelope And elbows! *laughs* Thank you so much for learning about the letter "E" with me I'll see you next time on "Tea Time" Bye!

References

  1. ^ "Boom Thornton For Lehr's Post". The Detroit Times. August 8, 1947. p. C-3. Lehr, 68, has been U. S. attorney for 11 years. He resigned to become the great commander of the Maccabees, fraternal insurance organization.
  2. ^ Morris, Frank (August 17, 1947). "Post Assured For Thornton". Detroit Times. p. 1. Lehr will retire Sept. 2 to head the Maccabees and the appointment of Thornton will follow almost immediately.
U.S. House of Representatives
Preceded by
Earl C. Michener
United States Representative for the 2nd Congressional District of Michigan
1933–1935
Succeeded by
Earl C. Michener
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