CHRISTY TAYLOR FUNERAL HELD Death occurred Monday morning to Christy, Taylor, 25; daighter of Daniel and Teressa Nielson Taylor. Tay-lor. Funeral services were held in the First ward chapel Wednesday. Miss Taylor was born May 21, 1916, in Banida and participated in all 'church activities during her life and was known as one of the youngest organists in Sunday School and Primary organizations. She also served in a musical capacity ca-pacity in the MIA. During Iier schooling in the Pres. ton High she was active in musical, musi-cal, dramatic, and debating circles. Surviving are her parents and the following1 brothers and sisters: Nile N. of Amnion; Preston N- and Daniel N,, students at U of I at Moscow; Ray N., student of Southern South-ern Branch of of I at Pocatello; Blaine and Donna Lou of Preston Interment was in the Preston cemetery under the direction of Richards and Sons mortuary.