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Mrs. Inez (Fenwick) Penny

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The Seattle Daily Times
Wednesday Evening, February 16, 1921
Page 2, Column 6
Maiden name: Fenwick

Rites for Mrs. Inez F. Penny

Services for Mrs. Inez F. Penny, 43, Seattle resident for three years, who died at the Virginia Mason Hospital Monday night, will be held at 1 o’clock tomorrow afternoon from the parlors of Butterworth & Sons. Rev. Cleveland Kleihauer of the University Christian Church officiating. Hatasu Temple, Daughters of the Nile, will conduct a ritualistic service. Burial will follow at Evergreen Park Cemetery. Mrs. Penny belonged to the University Christian Church; Hope Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, Urbana, Illinois and to Urbana Temple, Daughters of the Nile. She leaves a husband, A.E. Penny, 222 East 50th Street; two brothers, C.C. Penny [sic], St. Joseph, Missouri and W.J. Penny [sic], Filer, Idaho and a sister, Mrs. Charles W. Davis, of Michigan.

The Seattle Daily Times
Wednesday Evening, February 16, 1921
Page 19, Column 1

Deaths And Funerals

O.E.S., P.S. and D. of Nile, Attention

Penny – In this city, February 14, 1921, Inez F. Penny, aged 43 years, beloved wife of A.E. Penny and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mattison [sic] and sister of C.C. Mattison [sic] of St. Joseph, Missouri and W.J. Fenwick of Filer, Idaho and Mrs. Charles W. Davis of Michigan. A member of Hope Chapter, O.E.S. [Order of the Eastern Star], of Urbana, Illinois and Urbana Temple Pythian Sisters, Daughters of the Nile and University Christian Church.

Funeral series will take place tomorrow (Thursday) from the Butterworth Mortuary, 1921 First Avenue at 1PM. All friends and members of above societies invited. Interment at Evergreen Park Cemetery.

Hatasu Temple, No. 1, Daughters of the Nile, will give the funeral service for Princess Inez Penny at Butterworth’s at 1PM, Thursday, February 17. All members requested to attend.


Generously contributed by: Sheila Simpson