Obituary – Horner, Paytha Bee (Montgomery)

Class of 1938

1938 Graduation Edition
Perry Daily Journal
Paytha Bee Montgomery

– daughter of Mr. and Mrs. King W. Montgomery, was born in Altus, Okla. She attended school in Cherokee, Okla., before coming to Perry.

She is past vice president and has been president for the past two years of the Red Hot organization, football queen this year, Past Worthy Advisor and member of the Grand Choir of the Order of Rainbow for Girls, past president of the Epworth League and a member of the Junior Home Culture club and the Queen Esther circle of the Methodist church.

She will attend Stevens College in Columbia, Mo., next year.

Paytha Bee (Montgomery) Horner

February 20, 1920 – March 23, 1988

Paytha M. Horner, 65, of 1518 16th Circle SE, Largo, Florida, died Wednesday, March 23, 1988, while vacationing in Bermuda.

She was born in Oklahoma and came here in 1972 from Rochester, N.Y. She was owner of the Frame Station and Gallery, St. Petersburg.

Survivors include two sons, James, Largo, and Jack, Pittsburgh; a daughter Pamela Kebler, St. Petersburg; a brother, King Montgomery, Philadelphia; her mother, Florence Montgomery, Largo; and six grandchildren.

Moss-Feaster Guardian Funeral Home, Largo Chapel, Largo.