Obsequies For Mrs. Eulis Howell Logan, Monday, April 19, 1971, 4:00 P.M., At The, Hutchings Funeral Home Chapel, Rev. E.S. Mallory, Officiating, Internment-Woodlawn Memorial Park

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PALLBEARERS MR. ALBERT BARKSDALE MR. JOSEPH E. CULP MR. ROBERT DENNIS MR. STANLEY GOLDSBORO MR. WYVAN GRIFFIN MR. ARDELL RICHARDSON

EVERY ACTION OF OUR LIVES TOUCHES ON SOME CHORD THAT WILL VIBRATE ETERNITY.

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. . . . Wernher Von Braun

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The family will hold dear the many kind acts you have extended to us during the illness and passing of our love one.
The phone calls, the visits, food, messages of condolences, florals, use of cars, your consoling and comforting words, your participation on program, and services by all will be cherished throughout our life span.

O BSEQ UIE S FOR
MRS. EULIS HOWELL LOGAN
MONDAY. APRIL 19. 1971 4:00P.M. AT THE
HUTCH INGS FUN ERA L HOM E CHAPEL
REV. E. S. MALLORY, OFFICIATING INTERMENT ------------- WOODLAWN MEMORIAL PARK

OBITUARY
"And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more d ath, n ith r sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain." Revelation 21:4.
MR . EULIS HOWELL LOGAN was born in Taylor County to the parent g of Mr. Henry and Mrs. Ida Howell. She moved to Macon at an early age, where she remain d until her passing in the Macon Hospital on Thu r. clay, April 15, 1971.
During her lifetime sh dicated her life untiringly to her family and the community. Sh e Sl r ad sunshine all around her, and was loved by many who had th pleasure to know her.
She was married to th e late Mr. Clarence Logan, and to this union one daughter was born, who yet survives.
She leaves to mourn her passing a daughter, Mrs. Arlethia Logan Harvey of Macon; a son-in-law, Sgt. William Harvey, Hill A.F.B., Utah; five foster children, Valarie, Francine, Gregory, Kenneth, and Rupert, all of Macon; two sisters, Mrs. Jennie M. Lawrence and Mrs. Dessie 0. Ware, both of Macon; a brother, Sgt. Robert L. Howell of Fairview, Mass.; Two . uncles, Mr. Jack Sanford of Macon, Mr. Henry Sanford of Atlanta; two aunts, Mrs. Jennie B. Adams of Chicago, Ill., Mrs. Lucile Sanford of Macon; mother-in-law, Mrs. Mamie Logan, Darien, Conn.; a sister-in-law, Mrs. Mary Howell, Fairfield, Mass.; a brother-in-law, Mr. Henry Lawrence of Macon; four nieces and nephews: Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ware, Mr. and Mrs. Oslen Ware, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Childers, all of Macon and Mr. and Mrs. James Daniels of Fairfield, Mass.; a host of cousins, including Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Tripp of Macon, and a host of friends.

ORDER OF SERVICE

HYMN ............................. ...................... ---------------------------------- ''Abide With Me"

SCRIPTURE ...................... ...... ----------- --------------------------- Rev. M. M. McTier

PRAYER ------- .

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SOLO --------------------------------- -------------- ------------------------------------ Mr. Julius C. Vinson

EULOGY -------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------- Rev. E. S. Mallory VIEWING OF REMAINS RECESSIONAL

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