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OLD BAPTIST WORKER. I FUNERAL OF ONE llF THE FOUNDERS OF MEMORIAL CHAPEL. The funeral took place on Monday aftemoon of Mrs Elizabeth Exoell, leav- ing 27, Mirador-crescent for the Swan- sea Cemetery. A short service was held at the Memorial Chapel, Walter- road prior to the interment, and was impressively conducted by the Rev. J. W. Kettle (pastor). The mourners were: Mr. and Mrs. Roger Thomas. Mrs. W. J. Thomas, Master Harry Thomas, Mrs. A. Excell, Mr. T. Cound, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. James, Mr. Jack Jones, Mrs. Cornish, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Jones, Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Johnson, Mr. Henry, Mr. Albert Johnson, Mrs. Balch, Mrs. Robins and party, Mr. Smith, Mrs. Prescott, Mr. D. H. Mills, Mr. E. G. Cook, Mr. Vor- don Francis, etc. The deacons (representing the church) were Messrs. W. Goddard, W. Thomas, F. W. Reed, and Stanley B. Williams. The bearers, representing the choir were Messrs C. Hodge, Josiah Thomas, D. James, Len Howells. The late Mrs Excell was one of the founders of the Memorial Chapel, and had al- ways been a zealous worker for tho cause.-âThe funeral arrangements were carried out hv Mr. J. B Reed, Han- over-street.

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