Charles Ross Feveryear, The Salt Lake Tribune, Saturday, April 3, 1937
ward chapel. Eighth East and Eighth Soulh streets, by Bishop W. F. Bromley. Burial will be In the City cemetcrv. Friends may call at trie While Chapel mortuary. 124 Fourth East streel, on Saturday Saturday evening and at the residence on Sun- cny from 11 a. m. until time of services, Charles Ross Feveryear Charles Ross Feveryear, 50, a former resident of Salt Lake City, died at his home in Chicago Wednesday, It was learned here Friday. He was an electrician. A native of Salt Lake City, he was born September 28. 1886, a sou of Charles and Grace. Ross Fcvcrycar. He attended the public schools here, and in 1B15 moved to El Paso. Texas, where he resided until making his home In Chicago In 1930. He had never married. Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Grace Ross Feveryear Elclrltlgo, Salt Lake (Jny and the following brothers and sisters: Mrs I., a. Beckett, Glsndale, Cal.: Mrs. Warren Warren Thomas, R. c. and G. H. Feveryear all of Salt Lake City. ' _.. Tho , bod y will be brought to Salt Lake City for funeral services nnd burial, the timn and place of which will be announced later. James Kallas Jamea Kallag, 63, proprietor of Jim's Tavern restaurant. 442 West Second South street, died In a. local hospital Friday at 6:.'iO p. rn. ot heart disease. Mr. Kallas was born In Greece, but had made his home In Salt Lake City for 40 years. Ho hart been In the restaurant business He was born and had resided a member of ward a.id prominent Besides his following brothers thD - i>- orge. Rosa, ee of da Cal i George. <-. M LacliAna gan. and Clalr Fimerjit services Sunday at 1 p. m. fourth ward ders Burial cemetery, under Sons mortuary. Friends may Mrs. George Ross, Saturday afternoon time of services Waldo - son iu Lamoreaux, ,, ,. faml| y South street, of The chili was In Prove. are the Trifle!!, nnd Funeral services untay at. 2 p. ttSEi « 2< W PROVO fi-monlh-ld , Dishop B. H.