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Joe M. Todd Joe Martin Todd,- Todd,- 62, died at 5:25 a.m. today at State Park TB Hospital in Columbia after two years of declining health. Mr. Todd was born in Lau rens County Sept 28, 1901, a son of Mrs. Elizabeth Boyce Todd and the late Sam J. Todd. He had lived in Greenwood for 30 years and was in the furniture furniture upholstery business. He was a member of the First Baptist Baptist Church, r. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Flauda Stanley Todd of the home; two sons,' Joe M. Todd Jr. and Robert E. Todd, Green wood; six grandchildren, his mother, now of Darlington; a sister, Mrs. Chester Martin, Mc- Mc- Coll; two brothers, Ryland B, Todd, Darlington, and -W. -W. R, Todd, Greenwood. ; '' .. . : . Funeral services will be con ducted Friday at 4, p.m. from the First Baptist Church by the Rev. James A. Bowers and the Rev. Dan Cobb. Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial Gar dens; . Active pallbearers will be A. C. Todd Jr., Carroll Sexton, Sammy Ouzts, William John Park, Mike Miserlis, Ralph Can- Can- field, James Kirby and Jack wiiDurn. .. Honorary escort will be mem bers of the Baraca Class of the First Baptist Church and Bar ratt Park, Pete Bailey, George Whatley, Dr. Wiley Price, Pete Stathakis, Dr. Jack Scurry, Bill run ton ana w. D. waller. The body will be at Harley Funeral Home until it is placed in the church tomorrow' at 2 8.m. The family Is at the resi ence, 212 Davis Ave.