Philip Woolwine Fred Woolwine
Wool wine Services--Funeral services services were lo be held Saturday a f noon at the Asbury M. E. church P h i l i p Woolwinc, 82 years died Thursday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. R. T. Couch, of Greenbrier street. Rev. E. J. Westfall and Rev. W. A. Byus were to officiate burial was to be in the:Spring cemetery. The body was to lie in state at the church for a n - h o the funeral. ' Active pallbearers will be six grandchildren of Mr, Woolwine: Aubrey Breaker, Philip and Fred Woolwine, I rind Charles, Stanley and Philip Gardner.