1964 Rawle, May Millet retires from teaching, OSE 30 Aug, p. 11
Sigma Fraternity. He has been president of the deacon and teachers quorum, and for the past two years gen- the East Garland Chapel. He will enter the Mission Home for a week's training, prior to leaving for the Cumor- Teacher at Morgan Retires After 20 Years of Service MORGA;\ -- Mrs. May Rawie, first grade teacher in the Morgan Morgan Elementary School for 20 years, has retired from the teaching profession. She says she will miss the little children and also miss the.as- sociation she has had with parents parents of the children and the teachers at the school. Mrs. Rawle recalls that she first started in the teaching profession profession in 1919 in the old brick school building in South Morgan and taught both the first and second second grades. The building has been torn down for about 18 years. She taught there for three vears before she was married. She was born May 28. 1897 i Provo, the daughter of Franklin Nelson Millet and Carolina Ann .Jarman Millet. She graduated from the Brig- Â·ham Young High School and attended Brigham Young University University where she received her normal degree. While teaching in Morgan she met Richard R. Rawle and were married in 1922. in the Lake Temple. She quit teaching then to become a housewife. He was employed with the Morgan Canning Center which was later owned by the California California Packing Corp.