Summerville, Union County, Oregon
Guy Jackson Glenn, the sixth child of Tolbert Thomas and Sarah (Meyers) [Myers] Glenn, was born on the 20th of March 1881, in Summerville, Union county, Oregon, where he acquired his early education. Later he pursued a course of study in the Holmes Business College of Portland. He remained under the parental roof until 1904, when he was married and established a home of his own.
His initial experience as an agriculturist was gained on a part of the home farm of fifteen hundred and forty acres, but subsequently he secured a tract of eighty acres near Imbler and has since devote his attention to its further cultivation and improvement. He raises principally wheat and oats and also handles horses and cattle. Mill Creek runs through his town property and also near his farm, which has a very beautiful location.
In 1904, Mr. Glenn was united marriage to Miss Lula Childers, her parents being G. P. and Anna Childers, residents of the Alicel district in Union County. Mr. and Mrs. Guy J. Glenn have two children, Howard C. and Elmer Ford. The family resides in an attractive, modern home at Summerville. Mr. Glenn belongs to the Benevolent Protective Order of Elks and is also a valued member of the La Grande Commercial Club. Both he and his wife are well known and highly esteemed throughout the community in which they reside, having ever displayed those sterling traits of character which in every land and clime command confidence and regard.
The Centennial History Of Oregon
Vol III Gaston
R 979.1 G 256c
Contributed by: Tom Childers