Charles S. Allard

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Charles S. Allard – 28 Dec 1899

Charles S. Allard, 83, a longtime resident of Arbon and Pocatello, died at his home, 244 Sorenson, at noon Saturday (6 Aug 1983) after an extended illness.

He was born Dec. 28, 1899, at Ralston, Iowa, to William and Metilda Dundore Allard.

The family moved to Osage, Saskatchewan, Canada, for two years, Perry, Iowa; Rino, Okla., Alamagordo, N.M., and then to Arbon Valley in 1909, where the family homesteaded.

Mr. Allard attended the country school in Arbon for eight years; he was an alumnus of the Academy of Idaho, and also Idaho Technical Institute in Pocatello. He was graduated from the University of Idaho in 1923, attended Lewiston Normal School and was employed as a teacher. He returned to Arbon where he owned and operated a farm for many years, retiring in 1975.

He was a veteran of World War I, serving in the U.S. Infantry.

He was a member of the First Congregational Church; Bannock County Historical Society; Portneuf Chapter of Audubon Society; Chapter No. 288 AARP; and Kinport Barracks No. 1054, World War I Veterans.

Mr. Allard was an avid reader and supported theatrical productions and community concerts until physical disabilities prevented his attendance.

He married Inez Guyot in June, 1951, in Pocatello, He is survived by his wife; a daughter, Joan Guyot Shotwell, Twin Falls; two sons, Tom Marvin Fred Guyot, Portland, Ore., and Don Albert Guyot, Seattle, Wash.; two nephews, a niece and six grandchildren. He was preceded in death by two brothers.

Funeral services will be held at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at Henderson Funeral Chapel with the Rev. J. Russell Houston of Central Christian Church officiating. Burial will be in the family plot in Mount Moriah section of Mountainview Cemetery.

Friends may call at Henderson Funeral Home, 431 N. 15th, until service time or at the family home.

Contributions in memory of Mr. Allard may be given to the local Hospice Association, P.O. Box 4667, Pocatello, or the Idaho Youth Ranch, Rupert.

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