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HOSEA WILSON WOODWARD Bishopville, Aug. 26. Funeral services were held at 4 p. m. yesterday for Hosea Wilson Woodward. 74. The services were held - at tha Bethlehem Methodist Church here. Interment was in the Woodward plot at Piedmont cemetery. Mr. Woodward, long active In farming and banking circles, died Thursday at the McLeod Infirmary. Florence. His wife, the farmer Miss Blanche Tarraat of Greenweed, died la 1938. He was a native of Bishopville, a' on ot- the late John Frterson Woodward and Mrs. Addle Wilson Woodward. For years he was a banker here. He also had extensive farming interests. He was for some years financial chairman of the Boy Scouts. He was a past master of the Bishopville Masonic lodge, a Shrtner and a Klwanlan. . During the First World War and World War II he served In various non-military activities. He was In terested In young neonla and aaalat. ed a number In securing college educational advantages. He was for many years a member of Bath. lehem Methodist Church and served for a long time as a trustee and a steward and as chairman of the board of stewards. , He Is survived by a cumhar at ralaUves. Honorary pallbearera for the fn. neral Included the board of stew ards oi the Bethlehem Methodias Church, and P. J. DeaChamps, O B. DesChampa. Dr. O. a McElvaen.' W. McD. Jones, Dr. J. Lee DuBose and wade H. Wllllford. ' Active pallbearera were Tnmmw Jordan, Mark Sullivan. Roy Reams. Jr, Guy R. O'Kellev. Huw. Stuckey and William Robards.