Willard Ingle Of Birdseye Taken Bv Death Willard Ingle, 77, of Birdseye, a retired carpenter, died at 5:45 yesterday afternoon in the Deaconess Hospital at Evansville as a result of a cerebral hemorrhage. Mr. Ingle went to the hospital on Wednesday of last week for treatment of physically run-down condition, and suffered the brain hemorrhage after entering the hospital. He was engaged as a carpenter all his life until retiring about four years ago. Surviving are the wife. Viola (nee Eckert>; six sons, Rubus and Albertus of Birdseye, Louis of Corv- don, Homer of Greenville, Ky., Edward of Pittsburgh. Pa., and Lloyd of Indianapolis; a daughter, Mrs. Gentry of New Haven, Conn.; loui _ ... _ . . , sisters, Mrs. Lucille Steinmetz oi Fairmount, Mrs. Otto Sauei and Mis. Waltei Sauei ol Evans\ille and Mrs. John Eckert of Birdseje, one brother, John William Eckert, who lives in Illinois; and 14 grand- children. The remains will be taken at 4 °’clock this afternoon from the i Pinkc and Kass Funeral Home In Huntingburg to the home of a son, Rubus Ingle, at Birdseye. Funeral services and burial will take place at Birdseye tomorrow afternoon, beginning at 2 o'clock.