Mexia Daily News 20 Jan 1959
Rites Are Set Tomorrow For Mrs. Johnston Funeral services will be held tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock in Coiiey Chapel for Mrs. Lula Ingram Johnston, 91. Burial will be in Mexia Cemetery. Mrs. Johnston, wife of the late Dr. R. S. Johnston, died last night at 10:30 in a San Antonio hospital. She was born in Alabama on Jan. 16, 1868, and moved with her parents to the Shiloh community while she was still an infant. Mrs. Johnston spent her early married life in Mexia and was preceded in death by her husband and a daugh- iter, Lois. She later moved to j ' ' where she lived m A n V Vi'»fl IX many years. Johnston moved to San to ; Antonio live with a Doris Johnston. She was affiliated with thc Methodist Church. The Rev. Cecil Ellis, pastor of the First Methodist Church of Mexia, will officiate with! Home in charge of arrangements. Survivors include two daughters, Miss Johnston of San j ^?.^ s Antonio and Mrs. Warne7 Rus" sell of Eufala, Ala.; one brother, Lawrence J. Ingrain of Mcxia and one sister, Mrs. Monroe Eubanks of Houston. Among many nieces and nephews surviving arc Miss Shel,-, 't-yjltVVOoU-tlVlVliltiCSlU i» J. 10 o L_J 1 1 v. 1 j Ha anc f Charlie S. In- - ^ gram of Mexia.