John Welly John Welty. 65, died this ing shortly after 2.30 o'clock the home of his brother. Fred P.! j'Welly, 852 East Main Street, a n illness of 11 years. Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock the Welly home, in charge of -. ...^ ...,..., .. u ...^, ... ^..m t& v. W i Rev. Norman R. Wagner, and burial will be made at Dunnstown. Mr. Welly's illness dated from an injury suffered when Hope Hose Company truck collided with a freight train at the Henderson Street crossing. An injury to his! left hip resulted in the vertebra pinching a nerve. He had been confined k. his bed for five months.! ™ ^^^X^.r- . cci - M( , lllotlisl c ,,..,. ch and of Hope Hose Company. Survivors include" his wife one othei- brother and two sister; C P. Welly, Patton; Mrs D L Cai'rm-' after• •• ~ - " . j e ^ bell, Sumrall, Miss., and Mrs. sie Logue. Warren.