Mar 1882, Second Methodist Church of Easton
Easton express, Friday, January 13, 1950
Jesse G. Cyphers, Ice Dealer Here for Half Century
Jesse G. Cyphers, 69, well-known ice dealer in Easton for more
than 50 years, died today at 2:55 a.m. in Easton Hospital.
Mr. Cypers had been hospitalized since Tuesday when he suffered
a stroke at his home, 1721 Northampton Street Wilson.
A native of South Easton, and a lifelong resident of htis
city, he was a son of the late Jesse and Susan Cyphers. He
had observed his 69th birday aniversary yesterday.
Mr. Cyphers was a familair figure in downtown Easton werhe
he conducted the major part of his delivery route, serving
ice to numberous homes and business houses.
He was of the Methodist faight and was a member of the MKinley
Club. His iwfe, the former Laura Weston, died nine years ago.
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Laura Bonstein and Mrs.
Jessie Heller, and two sons, Arthur and Walter Cyphers, all
of Wilson, four granedchldren; a sister, Mrs. Rosa Sauerwein
and a brother George Cyphers, both of Easton.