News: Johnson Corners (19 Oct 1917)


Surnames: Winn, Hayden, Dorst, Phipps, Sweet, Montgomery, Rowe, Smith, Prange, Davis, Zorn, Wright, Tyler, Lynn, Eberhardt, Mallory, Malone

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 10/19/1917

Mrs. S. Winn spent Wednesday with her daughter, Mrs. Bert Hayden.

Nell Dorst visited with the hospital people at Neillsville Thursday night and Friday.

Mr. A.W. Phipps and family and Mr. Gurney Sweet spent Sunday with the Orren Montgomery family.

Mr. Ernest Rowe and family visited his brother Jesse and family Sunday afternoon.

Rev. J.L. Smith of Minneapolis spent from Saturday afternoon until Monday morning with the M. Dorst family. He preached in the Garbisch schoolhouse Sunday morning and at Cannonville in the evening.

Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Prange and children visited the W.J. Davis family on Monday. Mr. Prange and Mr. Davis attended the Zorn auction sale. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tyler and children and Miss Katie Wright spent Sunday afternoon at M. Dorst's.

Several of our young people attended the oyster supper at John Lynn's Friday evening.

Mr. Oscar Eberhardt sold his farm to parties from Illinois. They will take possession sometime in December.

Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Mallory took supper with the M. Dorst family Sunday evening and in company with Mr. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Dorst, autoed to Cannonville.

Mr. Pat Malone and Leonard and Nell Dorst autoed to Christie and attended a box supper Tuesday evening.





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