Lewiston Morning Tribune|
Monday, March 1, 1920
Mrs. Everett Shantz Dead.
Mrs. Everett Shantz, aged about 30 years, died yesterday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the home of Mr. Shantz's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Shantz, on Adams street. Mrs. Shantz was first stircken with influenza and inflammatory rheumatism and other complications developed about a week ago. Before marriage three years ago she was Miss Jennie Phillips of Emmett, Idaho, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Phillips, of Emmett, are now en route to Lewiston to attend the funeral.
Mrs. Shantz came to Lewiston with her husband about eight months ago and during her residence here made many friends. The funeral arrangements will be made today.
Lewiston Morning Tribune
Services Over the Remains of Mrs. Everett Shantz.
At 11 o'clock yesterday forenoon from the Vassar chapel the funeral of Mrs. Everett Shantz was held, the services being conducted by Rev. Somerville of the Episcopal church. The musical numbers were impressive and there were many beautiful floral offerings. Interment was made in Normal Hill cemetery.
The pallbearers were F. C. Cox, Bert Bryson, John Chamberlain, E. C. Maxwell, Howard Whitesol and A. L. Dickson.
Expression of Thanks.
The undersigned desire to express their heartfelt thanks to the employers and employees of the Star and Lewiston dray companies and other friends for kindnesses extended us in our bereavement.