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and today. his 142 arose late anniversary kid- case 19- for years, March al Lou forged them F. name San MRS. J. Ijt. LANDKKS Mrs. Landers DiesalOvalo TUSCOLA. June -1 IINS' - Joh'n R. Landers, 87, died at her home at Ovalo at 9:20 p.m. Funeral will be held at 2:30 Saturday at the Ovnlo Baptist Church. Officiating will be Dr. Albert l.u.idy, pastor: Dr. J. li. Adair, of Abilene, former pastor; and the Rev. Troy Penlncost. Ovalo Methodist minister. Burial will be in McBee Cemetery near Ovalo under the of Fry Funeral Home of Tuscola. She was born the former Sarah Elizabeth Howie on July I). 1866. a! Center Star, Ala.. ai:d ivas married to John R. Landers in Kaufman County, Tex. on Oct. 9, 1890. They moved to Abilene in 1690 laler moved to Ovalo. | Mr. Landers died Ocl. 2). 1923.! in Ovalo. Mrs. Landers had been member of the "Baptist Church, about -15 years. j Survivors include cnc sen. A. Landers of Ovalo; (our daughters, Miss Ludie Landers. Mrs. B. \V. Kiddle, Miss Delia Landers, and' Mrs. Ada Landers Harrison, all Ovalo; seven grandchildren and llirct great-grandchildren: three brothers. Luther M. Howie of Clyde, Johnnie D. llouie of Greenville, and A. V. Howie of Terrell: two sisters. Mrs. Monroe Lowry Wichita Falls, and Mrs. Henry Stewart of Terrrelt. Pallbearers will be Ed Reese. A. Fomby, George Smith. Harold Boozer, 11. L. Riddle, and Harvey Harrington.