1958 Agnes Rawle Carrigan Johnston's obit
Civic Worker, PTA Aide, 48, Succumbs Special to The Tribune MIDVALE—Mrs. Agnes Carrigan Johnston, 48, 347 Cornell Dr., died Thursday at 5:45'a.m. in a Salt Lake hospital of a heart ailment. Mrs. Johnston was a prominent civic and church worker, serving as pres- i d e n t of the j*v$it **&. J*JF *v\\}\A7nTnpn'c f^ivii yf/t'K. ^$*^ *tVv\\ uiiicii o v^ivi' utm luwClub of Bine ////Is. JiX» -. , '//«* *y«"ham and the Mrs. Johnston Bingham H i g \ School Parent-Teacher Assn. She was also vice presiden of the Jordan District PTA Council; a representative to th« Utah Cancer Society and a Mid vale Community Club commit tee chairman. An active member jaf the Bingham Ward, Church ol Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, she also had served as a teacher in the Midvale Thirc LDS Ward Relief Society. Mrs. Johnston was employed at Kennecott Copper Corp. as a switchboard operator. She was born Sept. 14, 1909 at Morgan, Morgan County, to 'George and Ida Rawle Carrigan. She lived from childhooc until July 1955 in Bingham Canyon. She was married to Roberl Dale Johnston June 12, 1929, in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He died Nov. 10, 1954. Surviving Mrs.- Johnston are two daughters, Mrs. John N. (Roberta) Wallace, Midvale, and Mrs. Dean (Renee) Hill, Salt Lake City; three grandchildren, and her parents, of Midvale. ALSO SURVIVING are four brothers, James and Leslie, both of Midvale, and Tom and Grant, both of Copperton, and five sisters, Mrs. V. S. Barlow and Mrs. Lola Johanson, both of Midvale; Mrs. Bob Hansen, West Jordan; Mrs. Jack Martin, Downey, Calif., and Mrs. Norman Densley, Salt Lake City. Funeral services will be conducted Monday at 1 p.m. in the Midvale 3rd4th LDS Ward chapel. Friends may call at the Goff Mortuary, Midvale, Sunday from 7-9 p.m. and Monday prior to services.