Trunnell - Piercie
investigating hvo tram at beating his had the the who old victim called P/erci'e Trunnell CALDWELL - Services for Piercie Trunnell, 85, of Wilder Route 1, who died Thursday at his home, will be conducted at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Methodist Church. The pastor, the Rev. J. J. Fleming, will officiate. Interment Interment will follow at the Wilder Cemetery with the Odd Fellows Lodge of Wilder conducting the graveside services. Mr. Trunnell wasbornSept. 1885, in Hurtland, Mo. He was pioneer of the Boise Valley, arriving at Wilder in 1903. He purchased a homestead a mile and one-quarter northeast of Wilder in 1903 and gradually converted converted 1,000 acres in the Wilder area; 'itljoÂ·productive land. He later did the same at Burns. with 1,000 acres and with another 1,000 acres in the Columbia Basin. He married Cecil Mae Green on Nov. 17,1915, in Boise. They celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in 1965. He wasamember of the the Highway District Board, Wilder Irrigation District and C well Elks Lodge. He was a noble grand of the IOOF Lodge No. 137, and received his jewel in April of 1962 from lodge. He was a member of ekali Lodge No. 75 sincel917 a member of the Wilder Methodist Church. Surviving are his wife, Cecil, of Wilder; two sons, Piercie Trunnell Jr., of ColviUe, Wash., and Gerald Trunnell of Wilder; daughter, Mrs. Ailene Gregory of Ontario; a brother, RayTrun- nell of Notus; 27 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by sisters and one brother.