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Tor Mrs. Doyt Taylor
Funesai services were held at the
Mountain View Baptist church last J
Wednesday at 3:30 o'clock for Mrs. I
Kathryn Miller Taylor. The pastor,
Rev. Floyd Holler was In charge assisted
by Rev. Oeorge Leigh and
??> Rev. Reid 8isk.
Mrs. Taylor, bride of three weeks,
was killed 8unday night, Dec. 2 in
an automobile wreck at Fallston.
She is survived by her husband,
Doyt Taylor, a discharged army yeti",
eran of World War II, and her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Miller, two
brothers, Gene and Lewis Miller, and
one sister, Gaynelle Miller, alT of the
j. Crowders Mountain community.
!* Active pallbearers were Buck Luts,
Gordon Lute, Richard Price, Clar
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?M Gladden, Bill Carson, Charlie ?
Taylor. Tie flower girls and psB- *
beams were from the Yoeng Poo- u
pies class of , the church.
Mrs. Taylor was a member of the f*
church and also of the Young Peo- . b
pies class. Her death came as a shock '
and is mourned by the community i ?
and friends. >w
In Memory of Mra. K&thryn Millet!
The Crowders Mountain comraunl- J
ty ann the Mountain View Baptist
church extends their sympathy to
the husband and the parents and ^
family of the late Kathryn Miller ; ti
Taylor. The community feels that Its ^
lost one of its best citisens. Because &
she was always kind and wore a smile j,
and tried to help eheer others along p
the way. She was a loyal and faith- | v
ful member of the Mountain View
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Momnnlty. The Yoahg ^Peoples eUot
silo that they hare loot one of their
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a Med on to receive her reward. Her
oath la a ahoek and mourned by all'
bo knew her.
The Starlight Club, Eaat King*
[ountain'a young people'a organlzmon
inducted five persona into tho
tub by a general membership vote
t their regular weekly business meet
>g hold last Friday evening at 8:80
. m. at the home of Mack Murray,
(ho acted as host.
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Pearson .ara the- persons *ki became m
members a* that meeting. . f , m
The entire membership became re- ?:7
sponsible for seenrihg?new members in
by iinviting prospects to attend a b?
business meeting. Roy . Pearson was g<
named as chairman of the entertainment
committee with assistant ehairmsn
Daniel E. Britt, Junior Wilson, W
*?d Donald Ellison as asslstsnts 3(
The board of Directors, which consist
of Mack Murray, chairman, Gene m
Leigh, asst., Alfred Price, seereta b< rc
Robert Brsckett treasurer, and Rtony Cl
Bennett, member, was named to ap- g,
point a hall committee to \pcate s '
club house where meetings could le
A number of other business items
came before the boars of directors 0
bat had to be postponed until Sun- no
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The club meets each Friday sees
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lasts this week.
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omen compared. with approximate!
>,000 prior to World War II.
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'" The Hm'i Bible elw of tho
,f tral Methodist ehureh ejmasorod
dinner on Monday night In tho I Ml"' '
ntion ball In honor of the retuxjual' if.\
^ servicemen of the church. '*
l_ The table was beautifully dqpornt- ^ ,
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lo with sprays of holly and mtstlatoo
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jr A delicious turkey dinner was aor* '
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~ "Dr. "W, A. Slanbury, district Supt.,
from Santonin, spoke to the group on
"The Returned Serviceman's Placo
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le The Men's Bible class is taught by
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