Did this Thelma Deuel play the 4-Chord Zither when she was a child or young adult?

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I bought a 4-Chord Zither off of ebay. On the back it has scratched into the wood "Thelma Deuel". I am trying to locate the family of said person for more information about this instrument and/or Thelma. I have found two Thelmas. One was Thelma L. Deuel and the other is Thelma R. Deuel. Did either one of these ladies ever play or want to learn how to play a Zither? Thanks in advance.
WikiTree profile: Thelma Chapman
in Appreciation by anonymous G2G Rookie (250 points)
I nominate this as the most interesting question title I've ever seen.
Rob, you should have put this in the form of an answer. I bet you would have gotten a lot of up votes.  lol
Thanks Rob.

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Hi Bill, and thank you for coming to the g2g forum to introduce yourself.  I looked at Thelma Deuel's profile and found that it has been orphaned. If you upgraded to a family membership you would be able to adopt her profile and begin researching her and you might find that she is, indeed, the the Thelma you are looking for.

Welcome to WikiTree and I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

by Cheryl Hess G2G Astronaut (1.6m points)
selected by Susan Laursen
Hey Cheryl; Nice to meet you. I am not researching anybody that is even close to that surname. I really have enough to do researching both my mom's side and my dad's side of my family, so I really have no interest in researching any other tree that I am not even connected to. I only thought that I would offer the information out there to see if any of her descendants were interested in it, since it was at one time owed by their great grandmother, or  grandmother. I'll refurbished it and keep it with the other ones I have. Thanks for letting me post Cheryl. Have a great day and RAVE ON!!!
Bill, that is so sweet of you to do that.  You exemplify what WikiTree is all about - helping each other grow our One Family Tree.

Thank you for all of your hard work.  Have a wonderful week.
Thank you, my sweet Susan, for picking my answer as the best one. I don't know why I don't see you around here - I know you are somewhere.  Thank you, my dearest friend.

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