Lewiston Morning Tribune|
Sun., May 2, 1948
Cpl. Harold C. Glenn Reburial Rites Monday
Marine Cpl. Harold Clifton Glenn, 26, Potlatch ridge, who was killed in action Feb. 26, 1945, during the battle for Iwo Jima, will be reburied at Normal Hill cemetery at 2 p.m. Monday. The body will arrive here from Ogden, Utah, tomorrow. Graveside rites will be in charge of Lewis-Clark post No. 13, American Legion. The body will rest at the Brower-Wann funeral home until burial.
Corporal Glenn was born at Juliaetta, April 3, 1918, the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Glenn, well known Potlatch ridge farmers.
He received his elementary education at Fairview district and was graduated from Juliaetta high school. He was a member of the Methodist church.
He enlisted in the marines at Lewiston, Sept. 17, 1942. Prior to his enlistment, Corporal Glenn was a lieutenant in the home guard at Cherry Lanes and took flying lessons at Asotin county airport, Clarkston.
Corporal Glenn left for the south Pacific Jan. 21, 1943, and after additional training in New Zealand fought through campaigns at Bougainville, in the northern Solomon islands, Guam, and finally Iwo Jima.
Besides his parents, Corporal Glenn is survived by four brothers, Roy and Bruce, Kendrick, Fred, Juliaetta, and Alert, Cameron; and three sisters, Mrs. Leland Houck, Clarkston, Mrs. Andy Cox, Kendrick, and Mrs. Edgar Carlson, Genesee.