MRS. ANNIEBELL JENKINS SANDERS
Sunday, December 14, 1975 - 2:00 P.M. MAGNOLIA MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH
Mrs. Annie Bell Jenkins Sanders was born March 24, 1932 in Screven County. She was the daughter of the late Mrs. Janneva Scott Jacobs, and Mr. Sidney Jenkins. At an early age she joined the Daltcn Baptist Church where she served until moving to Augusta. Later in her life she became a member of the Magnolia Baptist Church where she attended until her ill ness. Early in the 1950s she was united in marriage to Mr. Wesley Sanders. From this marriage three children were born, o>ne girl and two boys.
She leaves to mourn, her passing; her husband, Mr.
Wesley Sanders; two1 daughters, Miss Barbara Jenkins, Miss
Edna Sanders; three sons, Mr. Joseph Jenkins, Mr. Wesley San
ders, Mr. Eddie Sanders; her father, Mr. Sidney Jenkins, Sr.; six
sisters, Mrs. Margaret Hagans of Dayton, Ohio, Mrs. Josephine
Williams, Miss Martha Jacobs, Mrs. Ethel Thomas, Miss Bennie
M. Riles, all of Augusta, and Miss Beverly Jenkins of New York;
eight brothers, Mr. Mims Jenlcins, Mr. Sidney Jenkins, Jr., both
of New York, Sgt. Philip N. Jacobs in Germany, Mr. James
Jacobs, Mr. Arthur Jacobs, Mr. Leven Jacobs, Mr. Sylvester Riles,
all of Augusta; Sgt. Wayne R. Jacobs, Jr. at Ft. Jackson, S. C;
one Grand Child, and a devoted friend, Mr. Tommie Holmes.
Also, nine aunts, seven uncles, neices, nephews and other rela
tives and friends.
After the dark there comes a dawning And heavy snow will melt away. After raindrops comes the sunlight, After night God sends the day. After heartbreak comes the stillness. After tears there comes a smile! After sorrow there is healing. And sweet rest comes after a while!
Order of Service
................. Dorothy Barries
PRAYER ........................ Kate Smith
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS AND OBITUARY
EULOGY _______. VIEWING OF REMAINS RECESSIONAL INTERMENT ------------
Rev. Jones Mount Olive Memorial
NED FIELDS, JR. WILLIE SIMON ROBERT SEXTON JACKIE MURRAY LUCUS DAVIS ALLEN GRAHAM CLYDE JONES CHARLIE GARNETT