Funerals WILLIAM N. HOCKING WAKEFIELD — Funeral services for William N. Hock ing, 64, Wakefield Township, who died Wednesday, were held Monday at 2 p.m. at the Methodist Church with the Rev. Paul King officiating. Burial was in Lakeside Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ben B e r n o, Donald Doney, Ernest Williams, Andrew Johnson, Duane Johnson and Richard Doney. Out of town relatives attending included Norman Hocki n g, McConnell Air Force Base, Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hocking, Eagle Moun tain, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. John Hocking, Wardner, Idaho; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hocking, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lindberg, Ramsay; Mr. and Mrs. John Spearo, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Spearo, Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sordahl, El Paso, Texas; Donald Hocking, K. I. Sawyer A i r Base, Marquette; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hocking, Detroit; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McMill a n , Channing, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lindberg Bruce crossing.