Alice Carter Kaper (October 1, 1921 - February 24, 1951)

The Lusk Herald
March 1, 1951

Mrs. Alice Kaper, 29, Dies in Casper Sat.

The following clipping taken from the Casper Tribune-Herald tells of the death of Mrs. Alice Kaper, who for a short time attended school in Lusk. Mrs. Kaper is a sister-in-law of Bernard Kaper of Lusk.

- Mrs. Alice Kaper, 29, died in Memorial Hospital Saturday night, Feb. 24, after an illness of about three and one-half years.

She was born Oct. 1, 1921 in Sunrise, Wyo., where she was reared and went to school. She married Carl Kaper in Douglas in 1939. The couple came to Casper in June, 1949, and lived at 705 North Durbin since that time.

Survivors are her husband; four children, Billy, 10; Bobby 8; Betty, 7; and Lynn, 3; her mother, Mrs. Ernie Moore of Casper; her step-father, Ernie Moore, of Casper; two brothers, LeRoy Carter and Rex Moore, both of Casper; and three sisters, Emily Rogina, of Grand Junction, Colo.; Mildred Moore, stationed with the women's air force at Fort Warren, and Beatrice Banks of Klamath Falls, Ore.

Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Bustard Funeral Home. - Casper Tribune-Herald

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