Clarence Glennon, 65, pioneer resident of the Notus and Parma
community, died Wednesday night at a local hospital. The
body is at the Peckham Funeral Home. Funeral services
will be held at the Peckham Chapel Saturday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock, with the Rev. George G. Roseberry of the Methodist
church in charge of the services. Interment will be in
the Tucker cemetery.
are his widow, Mrs. Amanda C. Glennon; three daughters, Mrs.
Hilta Smith, Caldwell; Mrs. Audren Fowell, Kuna; Mrs. Grace
Huett, Pasadena, Cal.; three sons, Fred Glennon, Cascade;
Edward G. Glennon and Harold G. Glennon, both of Caldwell; two
brothers, John and Ed Glennon, both of Garden Valley; one
sister, Mrs. Anna Lent, Canby, Ore.; ten grandchildren.
Mr. Glennon was born, May 12, 1873 at Garden Valley, Ida.,
where he lived until he was 19 years old, before coming to
Parma, where he has made his home continuously since that