News: Johnson Corners (14 Sep 1917)


Surnames: Dorst, Tyler, Hayden, Agin, Prange, Krumberger, Davis, Phipps, Montgomery, Spry, Johnson, Rowe, Lee, Lautenbach, Seltrecht, Zwick, Palmatier, Bashford, Ratfield, Wright, Patterson, Olson

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 09/14/1917

Quite a few from this vicinity attended the county fair at Neillsville last week Thursday.

Mike Dorst and family went to the county seat on business on Friday.

Mrs. Fred Tyler and son Dale, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hayden spent Thursday evening at Mike Dorst's.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Agin visited their daughter Mrs. Fred Tyler a few days last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Emil Prange and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Krumberger were Sunday visitors at Will Davis'.

Esther Phipps spent Tuesday with Rena Montgomery.

Arthur Phipps and family, also Ora Montgomery, who was visiting them, called at Mike Dorst's Saturday p.m.

Nell Dorst spent Saturday afternoon with her friend Mrs. Homer Spry.

Miss Sara Davis is assisting with the housework in the A.M. Johnson family at Rozellville since last week.

Mr. and Mrs. M. Dorst and son Raymond and daughter Mabel, and Cleo Rowe were callers at Price Lee's Sunday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lautenbach visited her aprents, Mr. and Mrs. Seltrecht, Sunday.

Mr. Fred Zwick took Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Davis and daughter to Neillsville Tuesday evening.

Mr. Lloyd Spry and brother Phillip and sister Norma and the Misses Gretchen Palmatier, Edna Bashford, and Jean Davis spent Sunday evening with the Dorst young people.

Mr. C. Ratfield and son Arthur autoed up from Belvidere, Ill. and visited at the Fred Wright home last week.

Mr. Harold Patterson and sister Nina of Genoa, Ill., and Leonard Olson of Madison autoed up from Genoa and visited at the Wright home last Thursday. They journeyed on to Chetek Friday morning where Mr. Olson will spend a few days with his parents before returning to the University at Madison.



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