Lewiston Morning Tribune|
Sunday, November 8, 1942
Harry Springston, 64, Peck Pioneer, Dead
Peck, Nov. 7. - Harry V. Springston, 64, among the original homesteaders in the Peck area when the Nez Perce Indian reservation was opened to entry, died at his home seven miles south of Peck this morning at 8. Death was attributed to a sudden heart attack. He was among the best-known farmers of this district. Mr. Springston was born in Kansas on May 3, 1878.
Survivors include three children, Harold Springston, Peck; Everett Springston, in the army; Mrs. Clara Kerby, Spirit Lake; and the following brothers and sisters: H. E. Springston, Glenwood; F. E. Springston, Mrs. J. E. Oglesby and Mrs. Grace Henderson, all of Lewiston; Mrs. J. E. Tumelson and Mrs. Henderson, both of Peck; Mrs. Margaret Henderson, Tonasket, Wash., and Mrs. William Allen, Libby, Mont.
The body is at the Vassar-Rawls chapel at Lewiston with funeral arrangements pending.