Joseph Henry Johnson
Joseph H. Johnson Joseph Henry Johnson, 82, a pioneer Pocatello groceryman, died at his home, 646 W. early today. He was born Jan. 54,1892 in Lake City to S.F. and Pederson Johnson. He moved with his parents young boy to Downey, attending the Downey schools, and then Brigham Young Academy In Logan, Utah. He was a of Henager's Business College, Salt Lake City. He worked for the C.W. and Co. in Downey, and as an accountant for Advance Rumely and Pacific Fruit Company in Pocatello. He was self-employed as a grocer in Pocatello for years. His hobbles were gardening, working in the yard, and traveling. He married Laura Bell Dec. 25, 1920 at Downey; she Aug. 6,1931 at Pocatello. On 22, 1932 he married Fern Whltworth in Pocatello. He is survived by his two daughters, Mrs. Ken "Lucille" Bowden, Beaver, Utah, and Mrs. John (Genevieve) -Erickson, Philadelphia, Penn.; brother, Arley W. Johnson, Pocatello; four sisters, Mrs. Davlson and Mrs. Florence Johnson, both of Ogden, Utah, Mrs. Slgrid Smith, Malad, and Mrs. Nina Almond, Preston; six grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Three brothers preceded him in death. He was a member of the of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Pocatello American Lesion Post No. 4, and World I Veterans, Kingport Barracks No. 1054. Funeral arrangements are under direction of Henderson Funeral Home.