Funeral Programme Of The Late Mrs. Ruby Ware Graham, Saint Paul A.M.E Church, Tuesday, January 11, 1966, 4 P.M., Rev. Charles E. Wells, Pastor

Of The Late

12lst PSALl\I 1-5
"1 will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whrnce cometh my help. My help rometh from the Lord, which made heaven (tnd e(,rth. He will not suffer thy foot to be moued: he that keepetli tlue will not slumber. Belwtd, he that lu:epth Israel shall neither slmnher nor sleep. The Lo-rd is thy keeper: the Lord is thy shade upon thy -right hand."

SAINT PAUL A.~1.E. CHURCH

Tuesday, January 11, 1966

4 P.l\1.

REV. CHARLES E. \VELLS, Pastor

PROGRAM

PRELUDE-"Going Home"

Mrs. Naomi Carswell

HYMN__."Is It Well With ~Iy Soul"

St. Paul A.M.E. Choir

PRAYER . . .

Rev. R. L. Smith

Former Pastor of St. Paul A.M.E. Church

SCRIPTURE .

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Rev. M. 1\II. lVIcTier

Pastor, Mt. :Moriah Baptist Church

SOLO-"His Eye Is On the Sparrow"

1\rfrs. Alice Lamar

RElVIARKS

Rev. J. H. Holman

Pastor~ Holsey Temple C..M.E. Church

REMARKS: lVIrs. Carolyn McK. Douglas-Pr'ndpal, Green Street Elementary Schoo
1Hss Agnes E. lVIay-Cuniculum Director of Bibb County School

SOLO-"P1ecious Lord Take My Hand"

Mr. Julius Vinson

EULOGY

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Rev. Charles E. Wells

Pastor, St. Paul A.l\LE. Church

RECESSIONAL

Going Home

PRECISE OF LIFE
Mrs. Ruby Ware Graham, the eldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Ware, departed her life of untiring years early Friday morning, January 7, 1966 at her home, 1661 First Avenue.
Mrs. Graham received her trainings from the East Macon Eleme tary School and Ballard Normal High School. From this training she was employed by the Bibb Board of Education to perform her duties as a teacher at the 'Green Street Elem. School. Upon com pleting her secondary training and wmking in the capacity as teacher of the Elem. School, she furthered her education at the Fort Valley State College where she received her B.S. degree. While serving in this capacity for a period o( forty years, lVIrs. Grahmn was the epitome of the ideal teacher that any administrator would desire, on a working staff. She was ideal and competent in man 1er, working seduously and cooperatively as a prompt and efficient teacher; a member of the Bibb County, G.T.E.A., A.Ivi.A. and N.E.A. Associations.
Mrs. Graham was an ardent tnember of the St. Paul A.M.E. Church where she served in the capacities as Sunday School teacher, organist, and member of the choir for a period of years. She was also affiliated with the Phyllis Wheatley Literary Club. Along with her religious affiliations, sh e was an active member of the Partisan's Civic & Social Club.
For a petiod of twentty-six years she was a devoted wife of Mr. Terry Graham and also manifested her life in devoted attention to her following brothers and sistets: Mr. Hetman "\Nare of Chicago,
Ill., Mr. Lawrence \Vare, Sr., l\Irs. 1\r{abel vV. Bonner, Mrs. Lizzie W.
Brown, 1\tlrs. Vivian vV. Cooper and :Miss Geraldine J. Ware, all of
Macon.

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