Neleigh, Nebraska; Pawnee City, Nebraska; and Norfolk, Nebraska. While living in Norfolk, youngest sister Marjorie was born on April 6, 1933.
Carolyn attended the University of Nebraska in Lincoln from the fall of 1944 until the spring of 1945, majoring in chemistry and Spanish. She also pledged to the Alpha Phi Sorority. She did not return to the University immediately, but worked for her father at the Farmers State Bank from June 1945 till August 1947. She then returned to the University of Nebraska in September of 1947 and remained until May of 1948.
Carolyn and her two sons returned to Pawnee City, Nebraska, on September 9, 1961. Carolyn worked at the Farmers State Bank with a starting salary of $4,200. Stirling was in the third grade and Stephen was in kindergarten. They lived with Carolyn’s parents (906 5th Street) until May 1962, when they purchased and moved into a small, gray house on the corner of 4th & J. Streets in Pawnee City. In 1963 the divorce of Stirling Glenn and Carolyn VanHorne was finalized.
Later in 1933 the VanHorne family moved to Lincoln, Nebraska, where they lived for five years. For two years they resided on 22nd Street, and then they moved to 1712 Ryons Street to live. In the fall of 1938 when Carolyn was twelve, her family moved to Denver, Colorado. They lived at 2288 Forest, and Carolyn attended Smiley Junior High.
On August 15, 1948, Carolyn VanHorne moved to Washington D.C., where she lived with Libby Larson (Walters) in a roominghouse at 2138 O. Street, Northwest. In September of 1948 she started work as a bank teller at the Riggs National Bank in Washington D.C., with a starting salary of $2,200 a year; three months later she got a $300 raise. In 1949 Carolyn moved to 1241 Potomac Street, Northwest, in Georgetown and roomed with her sisters Dorothy and May; they paid $105 a month for rent. In the fall of 1949 Carolyn registered for classes at George Washington University and received nine hours of credit attending night school. On December 22, 1949, Carolyn, May and Dorothy moved to a different apartment at 2012 R Street, Northwest, and lived there until 1952. In July of 1952 Carolyn quit her banking job to return to Pawnee City for three months. She had worked at Riggs National Bank for 47 months. In October she returned to Washington D.C., and was married on October 6, 1952, to Stirling Glenn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Burton Glenn of Washington D.C. On October 27, 1952 Carolyn started work at McGregor & Werner, a manufacturer’s representative, for $3,600 a year. Her husband later got a job as a ticket agent with Eastern Airlines.