Lewiston Morning Tribune|
Wednesday, April 26, 1939
Native of Moscow Dead From Kidney Ailment
W. F. Smith, 54, died yesterday morning at 4 o'clock at Lewiston. He was a native of Moscow and had lived in this district four years. Death was the result of a kidney ailment.
Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 at the Vassar-Rawls funeral home, the Rev. J. J. LeFebre officiating. Interment will be at Normal Hill cemetery.
Surviving are six children; Albert Smith, LaPine, Ore.; Mrs. Dollie Vaillencourt, Ariz.; Mrs. Violet Baker, Baker, Ore.; Mrs. Robert Ward, Mansfield, Pa.; Miss Verna Smith and Miss Elvine Smith, Boise, and three sisters, Mrs. Carrie Weber, Moscow; Mrs. Linnie Heilman, Lewiston, and Mrs. Grace Burnett, Troy.
Lewiston Morning Tribune
W. F. Smith At Final Rest On Normal Hill
Funeral services for W. F. Smith were held yesterday afternoon at 2 at the Vassar-Rawls chapel, the Rev. J. J. LeFebre officiating. Mrs. Leroy Grass sang hymns, accompanied by Mrs. R. H. Wilkins, organist.
Interment was at Normal Hill cemetery. Pallbearers were: H. W. Meyers, Henry Reed, James F. Norton, Earl Akers, Archie Rowland and Charles Kilgore.