FUNERAL SERVICE For
SISTER EVA J. JONES
Thursday, July 3,1975 3:00 P. M.
NEWBERRY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH Lincolnton, Georgia
** OBITUARY **
Mrs. Eva J. Jones was born April 7,1891 to the late Mr. & Mrs. Robert Jasper of Lincolnton, Ga.
She was baptized at an early age by Rev. W. T. Cains at the Newberry Missionary Baptist Church where she served faithfully before her extended illness.
She was the wife of the late Steward Tom Jones.
Survivors are: two daughters, Mrs. Myrtice H. Burroughs, Augus ta, Ga., and Mrs. Juanita Wells, Elberton, Ga.; one step daughter, Mrs. Willie Lee Smalley, Atlanta, Ga.; one brother, Dea. John Jasper, Martinez, Ga.; one son-in-law, Rev. Caty Wells, Elberton, Ga.; one sister-inlaw, Mrs. Camilla Turner of Detroit, Mich.; two brothers-in-law, Mr. J. D. Elam and Mr. Alton Reed of Lincolnton, Ga.; two sisters-in-law, Mrs. Beulah Mae Elam and Mrs. Mary Reed of Lincolnton, Ga.; Eleven grandchildren; twenty great grandchildren; three great great grandchild ren, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
ORDER OF SERVICE
SELECTION - - - - Leaning On The Everlasting Arms --------- Choir
SCRIPTURE -------.--..----..-...--.--. Rev. R. L. McCoy
PRAYER .--..-..-.-.-.-.-.-.------.-. Rev. W. H. Rucker
SELECTION ---------- Unclouded Day ---------------- Choir
REMARKS Limit 3 Minutes Please Church Dea. Julian Hawes Neighbor Dea. William Cofer Friend Rev. S. S. Brewer
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS & CONDOLENCES ----- Sis. Pearl Davis
EULOGY -.------.----.----------.--- Rev. G. C. Williams
If all the days were sunny Jfnd the skies were always Hue Except for mai/be now and then M rainbow-tinted hue...
Then life would seem quite 'boring-- Not too interesting at all
'Because for every Spring that comes There has to be a Tall
Tor each success, a failure Mndfor every day, a night--
Tor every hour of sadness Still another of delight
Jfnd if we're able to accept 'Whatever comes our way Well find a perfect balance In our lives from day to day