Clipped From The Paris News
v4rs. tula M. Landers Parli Newg Service COOPER — Mrs. Lula Lad ell .anders, 83^ widow of T.om M, .anders, .who died late Saturday, was buried Monday morning in ^ake Creek Cemetery. Services in h'e Presbyterian Church at Lake Hreek were conducted by the pas- or, the Rev. Jimmie Moyers, and he Rev. Joe Eberheart, Deport, randsons were pallbearers, interment being made by Delta Funeral Home of Cooper. Mrs. Landers died at home on t. 1, Cooper, after long illness. Daughter of the late James T. and Jetty (Miller) Pierce, she was born at Lake Creek, November 7, 1872. , . "Survivors are these children: A. i. Landers, Herman Landers, J.A. .anders,' all of 'Rt. 3, Cooper; iV. J. B. Landers, Lake Creek Paul Landers of Faught, Rt. 6 Paris; Miss Clara Landers, Cooper; Mrs. Iloward Picker and Mrs J. E. Hendley, Dallas; 13 grandchildren,' five great - grandchildren, and a sister, Mrs. W. W Thompson, Rt. 1, Cooper.