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Obituary for Pearl Glenn Iverson
2 April, 1891 - 26 March, 1932
From The Caldwell News-Tribune, 
dated Monday, 28 March, 1932
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo

 

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Mrs. Iverson Is
    Called by Death

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    Funeral Services Will be
        Held Tuesday at
          Parma Church

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     Funeral services for Mrs. Henry Iverson, 41, who passed away at a local hospital Saturday, will be held at the Adventist church in Parma Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.  Dr. W. J. Boone will be in charge of the services and interment will be in the Tucker cemetery.
     Pearl Glenn was born in South Dakota in 1891.  Her parents moved to Idaho in 1895 and the family settled on what is now known as Eagle Island.  Later the family moved to a farm north of Notus.  Miss Glenn graduated from the College of Idaho in 1912 and was married to Henry Iverson in 1914.  The couple taught school in Silver City for one year and then returned to the Notus community and bought the farm belonging to Mrs. Iverson's parents.  They have made their home there since that time.
     Surviving are her husband, four daughters, Josephine, Alice, Ida May and Edith; three sons, Sigurd, Harold, and Orvin; three half brothers, Justin and Emery Glenn of Caldwell and one in Everett N. D.; an aunt, Mrs. Claire Evans of Eagle and a cousin Clyde Evans of Eagle.




 


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