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Mrs. Cobbs (Continued From Page 1) childhood," King said this morning, morning, "and she has always been an outstanding person. Her contribution contribution to the community has been unexcelled." MRS. COBBS was 57, and the widow of William W. Cobbs. She was educated in Anniston public schools, and the University University of Alabama and returned here to teach. She headed the speech department at Anniston High School for nine years. Employed later as a life underwriter with an insurance company, she joined the Anniston Anniston National Bank after working briefly for the Carnegie Library. A founder and past president of the Anniston Personnel Association, Mrs. Cobbs was a member of the Wednesday Study Club, Business and Professional Women's Club, and Knox Music Club. ... i., SHE WAS currently chairman of the Alabama group of the National Association of Bank Women, an organization which is to convene here in March. Mrs. Cobbs was a member of the board of directors of the Anniston Anniston Little Theater and a chairman of 1971 ticket sales. Funeral arrangements are Incomplete. Incomplete. Services will be at Grace Episcopal Church. The family requests no flowers. '