Scott's: a n d j leer Taken By Death HINTON, April 12 -- Funeral services for Claybourne Woolwine, 75, well known retired Chesapeake died Ann Stranger," Carl Sandburg; "Mid- j Saturday afternoon at the Hospital, .will be conducted afternoon at the and Hinton Methodist church. -^ pagtop Dr - Fj . eJ R Wyand pastor of the Central Baptist Church, assisting. Burial will be made in Hilltop Cemetery. Members of the Brotherhood Locomotive Engineers will ! pallbearers, and will have |of graveside services at the h 1 tery. The body win remain at the Barnette Funeral Home on tim' for the services. Wooiwine, who had been in Missjclining health for some time, stricken with a heart attack o'clock Saturday morning taking his brgakfast at The I House. He was immediately andied to the Hinton Hospital, and placed under an oxygen tent, but | died about 3 p. m.