Funeral Services for Mrs. Alma S. Butler, Saturday, September 19, 1992, 2:00 P.M., St. Luke Baptist Church, 1180 Haywood Road, Macon, Georgia 31210, Interment -- Woodlawn Memorial Park, "Hutchings Services"

PALLBEARERS
Deacons of St. Luke Baptist Church
WELL DONE
Servant ofGod, well done, Rest from thy loved employ; The battle fought, the victory won,
Enter thy Master 's joy. The pains of death are past,
Labor and sorrow cease; The life's long warfare closed at last,
Thy soul is found in peace.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
The family wishes to thank each ofyou for your kindness shown during the sickness and funeral of Sister Alma Butler. May God bless you.

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1992 2:00P.M.
ST. LUKE BAPTIST CHURCH 1180 HAYWOOD ROAD
MACON, GEORGIA 31210 INTERMENT
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OBITUARY
AlmaS. Butler, born in Wrens, GA July 16, 1916 to Lonzy Pepples and Mattie Davis. She attended school in Wrens, Georgia.
She married C. W. Stone and moved to Macon and became the owner of Stone's Cafe.
From that marriage, she had three sons, the late Elton Stone, James and Willie Stone.
Later, she married the late Willie B. Butler.
She became a member of St. Luke Baptist Church at an early age. She remained a member until her death.
She passed away September 14, 1992.
She leaves to mourn: two sons, James Stone of Murfreesboro, Tennessee and Willie H. Stone of New York; two sisters, Mrs. Emma Slappy ofMacon, Georgia and Mrs. Janie Holloway of Trenton, New Jersey; eight grandchildren and fifteen great grandchildren; many devoted friends and relatives.

PROGRAM PROCESSIONAL HYMN PRAYER SCRIPI'URE SELECTION ................................................................ Choir REMARKS ................................................... Deacon W. Hill REMARKS ........................ Representative Supreme Circle OBITUARY ............. "Silent Reading" ................ Soft Music EULOGY .......................................... Rev. Marshell Stenson RECESSIONAL

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