Clipped From Anderson Herald
North hospitalized Ark., son mem hi A Scho( CARROLL E. WOODWARD NOBLESVILLE -- Carroll E, Wood-ward, 62, Rt, 1, north of No- lesville, was stricken with a leart attack, and died early Monay Monay morning only a few minutes fter his admittance to River view iospita!. An assembly operator at Guide Lamp since 1943, he was chairman chairman of the Hamilton County Democratic Party, 1S55 to 1962. Following the election, he was appointed appointed manager of the Hamilton Bounty auto license bureau for two years. He was also owner of the Noblesville Sale Barn. Mr. Woodward was selected in 1958 among the 45 top winners of the GM Golden Milestone letter- writing c o n t e s t , and awarded a new Oldsmobile four- door sedan. He was the author of many articles in CIO union publications, publications, and on two occasions won special recognition. He was born in Lapel, Sept. 15, , the son of Raymond and Ina Barry, Harold be held ison County uistil 1947 when he moved to Noblesville. He was g r a d u a t e d from Lapel School, and attended Muncie Normal Normal C o l l e g e , now Ball Teachers College. He was a member of the UAW- with CIO union, the Noblesville Eagles inJLorge. the Lapel Lions Club, of the Cicero Methodist Church. the of Ray- Ander- Survivors include the widow, the former Ellen Green of Lapel; three' sons, Bruce and Norman of ndianapolis, and Curtis at home; daughter, Mrs. Mary Woodward Berry of Cicero; six t grind children; children; a brother, Lynn'Woodward of Lapel, and a sister, Mrs. Lucile Lucile McMahan of Daien, Conn. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p. m. Wednesday at the Coal- fin Funeral Home, Nobiesville, with the Rev. Neal Anderson of Cicero M e t h o d i s t charge. Burial will be in Brook" side Cemetery, lapel. Friends are being received at the funeral home.