Johnson, Ruth I.

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    PARENTS: George R. Johnson, Hannah Johnson

    SIBLINGS: Grace Johnson, Paul Johnson

    She appears in the 1919 Chandler City Directory as a student and in the 1920 directory as a teacher at Goodyear Grade School.

    -Miss Johnson and her sister, Grace, entertained 20 young people of the "500" club.  (Chandler Arizonan 1/17/1913)

    -Miss Johnson attended a party hosted by Louise Kohlmeyer for the "500" which was informal.  It was held at the Wolf home, last Thursday.  Other attendees were Grace and Paul Johnson, S. Darrow, Claude Hanna, and Harold Callahan.  (Chandler Arizonan 1/31/1913)

    -Miss Johnson attended a party on Thursday for St. Valentine's, which was hosted by Mrs. Ella Page Seward.  (Chandler Arizonan 2/21/1913)

    -Miss Johnson attended a party for the Little Moonbeams at her parent's home on Wednesday night.  (Chandler Arizonan 4/25/1913)

    -Miss Johnson hosted a party for the Little Moonbeams at her home, last week.  They played "500," and they had a light lunch.  Others who attended were Harold Callahan, Lester Jaycox, Louise Kohlmeyer, Will Moore, Lee S. Parke, and Grace and Paul Johnson.  (Chandler Arizonan 5/2/1913)

    -Miss Johnson attended a meeting of the Little Moonbeams, last week.  It was held at the home of the Jaycox brothers.  (Chandler Arizonan 5/16/1913)

    -Miss Johnson attended a surprise birthday party for her brother, Paul, last Thursday.  (Chandler Arizonan 5/30/1913)

    -Miss Johnson with her sister, Grace, and brother, Paul, went to the Granite Reef Dam for a picnic party with several others on Sunday.  The girls brought lunch, and the boys went swimming in the afternoon.  Other attendees were Ralph and Lester Jaycox, Will Moore, Lee S. Parke, Madge Peeler, and Bee PeelerMr. and Mrs. Ellis Morris were chaperones.  (Chandler Arizonan 6/6/1913)

    -Miss Johnson attended a party for Robert Merrell's sister, Clara.  The party started at her home, and then went to the Jaycox ranch, and finally ended at the Merrell place.  (Chandler Arizonan 8/1/1913)

    -Grace and Ruth Johnson brought in a cantaloupe to the Arizonan office where it could have been found to be the largest ever in the valley.  The melon weighed 7.5 pounds, and measured nine inches from stem to stem, and 24 inches in circumference.  Though unusual in size, it was fairly sweet and finely flavored.  (Chandler Arizonan 8/8/1913)

    -Miss Johnson attended a party thrown by Mrs. George C. Smith, last week.  (Chandler Arizonan 8/15/1913)


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