News: Johnson Corners (12 Oct 1917)


Surnames: Phipps, Davis, Johnson, Montgomery, Jake, Dorst, Krostag, Fischer, Phelps, Spry, Scoles, Wright, Smith, Bashford, Palmeteur, Rowe, Chappel, Pietenpol, McClaflin, Grabe, Malone, Nickel

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 10/12/1917

Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Phipps and daughters took in the show at Loyal Thursday and Friday night.

Miss Sara Davis, who spent the last 4 weeks with the A.M. Johnson family at Rozellville, returned to her home here Thursday.

Mrs. Orrin Montgomery entertained the W.W. Club at her home last Thursday. The following young people were entertained at the M. Dorst home Sunday afternoon and evening: Joe, Jake, Geo. And Anna Krostag and Theodore Fischer of Rozellville, Lloyd Phelps and Norma Spry, Jessie Scoles, Alta Wright, Gretchen Palmateur, Edna Bashford, Scot and Dulcia Smith.

Miss Jean Davis, who is a student at the Eau Claire Normal, visited home folks from Friday night until Monday morning.

Mrs. Walter Rowe and Elsie Dorst assisted Mrs. Jesse Rowe in cooking for threshers on Monday.

Miss Jean and Sara Davis called on Nell and Elsie Dorst Saturday evening.

Mr. Frank Davis and sister Mrs. Chappel returned to their home in Milwaukee Monday. Miss Sara Davis accompanied them for a few weeks visit.

Rev. Smith of Minneapolis will preach at the Garbush Schoolhouse this Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pietenpol and baby Aletha autoed to Loyal Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Davis and daughter Ursula and his brother and sister visited the Louis Nickel family Saturday afternoon and evening.

Mr. and Mrs. W.J. McClaflin were Sunday visitors at Ernest Grabe's.

Mr. Pal Malone, state manager of the Protestant Hospital Association, and his deputy Nellie Dorst, were out canvassing for the association Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday morning. They are meeting with very good success.



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