Eula Mae Sellers, d. 1960

September 10th, 2009 by Barbara

The Log Cabin Democrat, January 1960

Conway, Faulkner County, Arkansas
 
Eula Mae Sellers Obituary
 
MRS. PAUL SELLERS DIES AT HOSPITAL.  Mrs. Eula Mae Sellers, 51, died at Memorial Hospital this morning after a lengthy illness.  Mrs. Sellers, a native of Texas, had lived in Conway since 1938.  She came here from Pleasant Plains.  She married Paul Sellers in 1926.  He survives.
She was a member of the Nazarene Church.
 
Survivors also include one daughter, Mrs. Thelma Mae Bass of Malvern; four sons, Vern Alvin Sellers of Fort Worth, Tex., Paul Dean Sellers of San Diego, Calif., and Frank and Billy Allen Sellers, both of Conway; three brothers, H. W. Churchwell of Fort Worth, Tex., H. E. Churchwell of Pleasant Plains and H. F. Churchwell of Conway; two sisters, Mrs. G. C. Shortnacy of Lepanto and Miss Nora Lee Linville of Conway, and eight grandchildren.
 
Funeral arranagements will be announced by McNutt’s Funeral Home. 
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From The Log Cabin Democrat, January 1960:  SELLERS FUNERAL TO BE HELD WEDNESDAY (same page as her obituary)

Funeral for Mrs. Eula Mae Sellers, 51, whose death occurred at Memorial Hospital yesterday [January 18], will be conducted at McNutt’s Funeral Chapel at 10 a.m. Wednesday [January 20, 1960].  Burial will be in Oak Grove Cemetery.  Mrs. Sellers was the wife of Paul Sellers.

The Rev. Clyde R. Montgomery will officiate at the services.  Pallbearers are to include George Robinette, Jerry Williams, James Smith, Herman and Lewis Winter and Leonard Milburn.

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Eula Mae (Churchwell) Sellers shares a double-stone monument with Paul Sellers in Oak Grove Cemetery, Section 3A, Row 4. Section 3A is the 1957 Annex, which in the southernmost part of the cemetery.

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