1951 George & Ida Carrigan 50th Anniversary Article, SL Tribune
purpose long ago. Couple to Note Golden Date On Wednesday MIDVALE (Special)—There was a day when Mrs. George 5. Carrigan packed the 11 youngsters In the family jalopy to follow dad bunting or fishing or on one of his f e ly Mr. and Mrs. George E. Carrl- jaa . • . Ardent gporti fan*. Coaching or playing assignment In various team sports. And those good ol' days, when playing and coaching basketba and baseball in Morgan count Invariably meant carrying his ow: 12-itian rooting section, undoubt edly • will be recalled at a long awaited family, get togethe Wednesday evening. Gold Wedding Date Occasion will be Mr. and Mrs Carrtgan'* golden wedding ann versary. Tlie family, observance for which aH : the'Bo'ns and'daiigh ters and the 25 .grandchildren ar expected home, 'will be held at the home o' V. S. BarJow, Coppcrton, Bingham canyon. They were married Jan. 18. 1901 1 in the Salt Lake temple. Church j of 'Jesus Christ of Latter-day' Saints. Mr. Carrigan was born Dec. 15, 1879 at Peterson, Morgan county, a son of James and Lois Bent Carrigan. Mrs. Carrigan wai born Dec.' 30,- 1880, at Morgan, a daughter of James and Margaret: Simmons Hawle. , Veteran Blnjham Residents Residents of Bingham 13 years aniJ Union 12 years, they moved to their present address, 136 S. Main, Midvale, three years ago. A lineman for Utah Power and Light Co. for 29 years, Mr. Carrigan Carrigan retired a year ago. Their Their sons and daughters are Mrt. Lois Barlow, Mr*., Lucile Hansen, James Carrigau, Tom Carrigan and Grant Carrigan, Copperton: Mrs. Agnes Johnston. Bingham: Mrs. Lola Johanson, Mrs. Verna Jensen and Leslie Carrigan. Midvale; Mrs. Margaret Martin, Downey, Cal., nnd Mrs. Phyllis Densley, Garfield.