News: Johnson Corners (24 Aug 1917)
Surnames: Phipps, Rodhy, Montgomery, Davis, Spry, Dorst, Hutching, Winn, Wright, McClaflin, Phelps, Rowe, Myer, Daughhetee, Meyer, Manthey, Herdrick
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 08/24/1917
Miss Esther Phipps came home Friday morning from Sheboygan County where she spent 8 weeks with her sister, Mrs. Louis Rodhy.
Mrs. Orrin Montgomery and son Allen left for Fond du Lac County to visit relatives and friends. They will also visit in Sheboygan County before returning home.
The Ladies Aid of the M.E. Church of York Center was entertained at the W.J. Davis home Friday afternoon.
Lloyd Spry spent Sunday afternoon with Leonard Dorst.
Mr. and Mrs. Hutching and family of Riplinger, and Mr. and Mrs. Byrl Winn of Granton were callers at the W.J. Davis home Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Phipps and daughters were entertained by the W.J. McClaflin family, Sunday.
Mrs. Fred Wright and daughter Alta called on Mrs. Manthey Sunday afternoon.
Miss Vivian McClaflin, who spent several weeks at Humbird, returned home last week. She was accompanied home by her cousin, Cecil McClaflin.
Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Davis and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Gay Winn and family, Lloyd Phelps and Norma Spry, Leonard and Elsie Dorst, spent Sunday evening at Fred Wright’s.
Miss Jean Davis is spending a few days with her friend, Miss Gladys Herdrick.
Mrs. Jesse Rowe and children, and her mother Mrs. Mary Myer and a daughter Lorene spent Tuesday at Ernest Rowe’s near York Center.
Miss Sara Davis is assisting with the housework in the J.B. Daughhetee family since Tuesday. Mrs. Daughhetee had been so unfortunate to break her shoulder a few days ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Rowe and daughter Cleo and sons Beauford and Laverne and Mrs. Meyer and daughter Lorene and Mr. and Mrs. M. Dorst took an auto ride to Neillsville Sunday afternoon.
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