Music: God's Voice

Singing oldtime gospel hymns at a Bowery mission in Manhattan on Sundays is an earnest, round-faced woman who twelve years ago in Indianapolis dedicated herself to the service of God and the Volunteers of America.* Mrs. Lillian B. Ulrey claims that she was paralyzed from the waist down when friends persuaded her to attend her first Volunteer gathering. There she suddenly felt a call to rise from her wheel chair, march up to the platform and sing He Lifted Me. Cured, she felt free to marry Walter Otis Ulrey, a stocky young businessman, who...

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