News: Johnson Corners (31 Aug 1917)


Surnames: Meyer, Rowe, Wierenzenski, Dennis, Hullack, Davis, Schneider, Phipps, McClaflin, Spry, Wright, Dorst, Montgomery, Prindle, Hatch, Graves

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 08/31/1917

Mrs. Meyer and daughter Lorene left for their home in Muscoda Friday, after spending 10 days with the Jesse Rowe family.

The County Club had a Hard Time party at the N. Wierenzenski home Wednesday evening. A jolly good time was reported.

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dennis and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hullack and daughter of Woodville spent a few days among old neighbors and friends in this vicinity last week.

A number from this vicinity attended the fair at Marshfield last week.

The J.B. Club met with the Wright young people Friday evening. A good time was had by those attending.

A party of young people from Loyal was entertained at the W.J. Davis home Sunday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Schneider and children and Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Phipps autoed to Marshfield Monday afternoon.

Mr. W.J. McClaflin spent a few days of last week at his old home in Humbird.

Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Johnson and children of Rozellville called on old friends here Sunday afternoon.

Mr. Lloyd Spry and sister Norman and Alta and Katie Wright spent Sunday evening with Leonard and Elsie Dorst.

Miss Rene Montgomery entertained a large company of young people at a party Sunday evening in honor of her cousin, Miss Grace Prindle of Eden.

Mrs. Amelia Montgomery spent Tuesday in Marshfield.

Rene and Peter Montgomery and cousin Grace Prindle and Arleigh Graves spent Monday evening with Edna and Esther Phipps.

Miss Jean Davis, who spent a week with Loyal friends, returned home Friday evening.

Mrs. Ralph Hatch and sister spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Fred Wright.



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