Lynn Johnson Burial Rites - Bakersfield Californian, 16 Sep 1940 p10
E. L. Johnson Burial Rites to Be Wednesday Morning I^UNERAL services will be held Wednesday morning at 10 I " o'clock from Flickinger-Digier chapel for E. L. Johnson, 1334 Francis street, Highland Park, who passed away at a ! local hospital Sunday afternoon following an illness sjjice i April 19. Rites are in charge of First Baptist Church, j where Mr. Johnson had been a member since October, ,#- 1S35. The Reverend R. t'. Barrett will read the eulogy and Mrs. Carlton Carlton .MiIIIKT and Mrs. Irnia Showal- tor will present a vocal duet accompanied accompanied by Airs. Heesc Horror who will he nt the organ for the services. The .Independent Order of Odd Follows Follows will assist nt the graveside. Besides his widow, Mrs. Charlotte Johnson, and his daughter, Barbara Lynn, Mr. Johnson is survived by his father, E. W. Johnson of Greeley, Colo.: two brothers, W. R. Johnson, commissioner of customs at Washington, Washington, D. C., E. C. Johnson of New York; two sisters, Mrs. Betty Shim- mans of Gill, Colo., and Mrs. Loustalet Loustalet Quinn of Omaha, Neb., and two aunts, Anna and Belle Johnson and an uncle, Colonel J. C. Johnson of Chevey Chase, Mil. Mr. Johnson was an accountant with the Brandt Investment Corn- pan}' until his illness 'and was a veteran veteran of the World War. He was born In 1895 in Kersey, Colo., anil was reared and educated in Greeley where ho attended the teachers college. college. He has been a resident o^California o^California 17 years and of Bakersfickl 16 years. In Greeley he became identified with Poudre Valley lodge No. 12 of I. O. O. F.