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V J r -v-wtw -v-wtw -v-wtw -v-wtw av Uj , 1111 UlliJS i , . MRS. FRANCES COBBS Mrs. Cobbs succumbs "We counted on her for many things that we will miss," John Wheeler, president of Anniston National Bank, said this morning morning of Mrs. Frances O. Cobbs, first woman bank officer in Anniston, Anniston, and a "wonderful, vivacious person," who died Sunday of injuries received in anautomobile accident in Exeter, Exeter, England, on Sept. 25. rh :i 1 I f 2 l L uescriueu uy irwnus iwrc u "full of enthusiasm and a grand person," Mrs. Cobbs lived in the house where she was born at 1113 Christine Ave. with two sisters, Miss Mary Roberts Ordway and Miss Virginia Ordway. Miss Virginia Ordway, injured in the same accident as Mrs. Cobbs, has been released from Royal Exeter and Devon Hospital. The sisters were visiting Mrs. Cobbs' son, Bill Cobbs, employed in an English investment firm. "HER DEATH creates a void at Anniston National Bank and an even greater one in the vimmnnitu lifo nt AnnUtnn " E. D. King, chairman of the board of the bank, said of Mrs. Cobbs, who joined his firm in 1958 as a hostess and assistant personnel administrator, . and advanced to vice president. "My male associates have very kindly put up with me through the years, and it's been wonderful to work with the peo ple I ve been associated witn, Mrs. Cobbs said early in September September while making preparations preparations for her trip to England. "I've known her since (See Mrs. Cobbs, Page 12)

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  1. The Anniston Star,
  2. 11 Oct 1971, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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