Mrs. Charles F Casper
MRS. CHARLES F. CASPER Mrs. Anna Katherine Casper,' 64, of 1653 Jefferson, died Wed- nesday at St. Mary’s hospital. She ™ a. lifelong resident of Kansas City. Mrs. Casper was a member of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Immaculate Conception. She leaves her husband, Charles F. Casper, and a M wird^flVkwav- »i iVi. Casper, 8219 Ward parkway, a stepdaughtcr, Mrs. Charlaine Wil- liams, 30 East Thirty-second ter. race; a brother, Orville J. Lashbrook, Lashbrook, 5 East Fihy-fourth terrace; three grandchildren and three stepgrandchildren. Services will be held at 9 o’clock today at the church; burial in St. Mary’s cemetery. cemetery.