March 2, 1953
William Felty, 27, of 523 West Water street, a construction worker who had been an
invalid for two years as the result of arthritis, died at Sunday (1 Mar 1953) at St. Mary's Hospital in Evansville. He had been acutely ill only for
a day and a half and death may have resulted from a ruptured stomach ulcer, the
attending physician said.
The body is at the Weisinger funeral Home and will
remain there through the funeral service set for Wednesday in the Weisinger
chapel. Burial will be in Black cemetery, west of Mt.Vernon. Officiating clergyman will be
Rev. Frank N. Turner and Rev. Paul Turner.
The deceased was a native of Morganfield, Ky. He was unmarried.
He is survived by his parents, Proctor J Felty and
Mary Pearl Greenwell Felty, Mt. Vernon, four sisters,
Mrs Carl Topper, R.R. 5 and Mrs. Carl Topper, R. R.
5, and Charlotte Ann Felty, Carolyn Dianne Felty and Rita Sharon Felty, at
home; four brothers, Royce C; James Marion, Hugh Gerald and Dorris
Alvin, at home, and the maternal grandmother Mrs. William H. Jamerson, Mt. Vernon.