Charles Jumper 1935
WYOMING CHARLES JUMPER IS CLAIMED BY DEATH Chatties Jumpar, a hfelong resident of Wyomliw, died thlg morrang at 5:45 o'clock at the home of bis daughter, Mrs. Anna Smith, 308 Fifth street, following an illness , of one week's duration. Mr. Jumper was widely known here and bis death caused much sorrow. He is survived by his widow and the foOowing children: Mrs. Amos Totteu, Mrs. Anna Smith, Mrs. John Cress, Mrs. John Kelly and Arttwr Jumper, all of Wyoming. Trie funeral will be held Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock daylight time, from the home of Mrs. stnKh, Rev. O. O. Summerson, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church, wlH be In charge of services. Interment w4U be in the Wyoming cemetery.