Artie Amanda Stout Glenn - Obituary
East yesterday u n g a n, Em- worked rail- Hall carpenter, Gel 1907. Elvin Sorenson, I d a h o Artie Amanda Stout Glenn Artie Amanda Stout Glenn, 78, 233 South Tenth, died In a local Kispilal carry yesterday after a [)ng illness. * Mrs. Glenn was born Feb. 18. 1B77, at Ogden, U t a h , a daughter Allen Joseph Jr. and Lucy Elizabeth Cole Stout. She was married to Samuel II. Glenn Nov. 13, 1H95, it Albion. They 'ivcd in Albion until 1910 when they moved to Hurley where she resided u n t i l nmving Pocalcllo in 193(1 to make her home w i t h her daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Sl'jdlfcld and grandson, Kenneth Slcdtfcld. Mr. Glenn preceded her in death April 17, 1928, at Hurley. Mrs. Glenn is survived by one son, Leslie Glenn, Burlcy; five daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Stedtfeld, and Mrs. Leona Wise, both of Pocalello; Mrs. Laura Jordan and Mrs. Delia Hall, both of liurley; Mrs. Feme Colvln, Helena, Mont a n a ; 20 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. One son preceded her In death In November, 918; Also surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Maude Walters, Portland, Ore.; Mrs. Vilale Carlilc, Fresno, Calif.; four brothers, Al Stout and Edwin Stunt, both of Portland, Ore.; Joe Stout, Fresno, Calif.; and Hosea Stout, Idaho, Falls. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter . day Saints. Funeral services will be tomor- Â·ow at noon in the LDS Second vard church with Bishop John H. Vebb officiating. Burial will be in he f a m i l y plot at 4:30 p.m. 'leasant View cemetery, Burlcy. Friends may call at the Mcllan Â·"uneral Chapel today and tonior- ow morning; and at the Hurley funeral Home tomorrow Irom 3 .m. until 4:30 p.m.