News: Johnson Corners (01 Jun 1917)
Surnames: Dorst, Johnson, Ehlert, Curtis, Davis, McClaflin, Grabe, Hales, Phipps, Sweet, Bartz, Prange, Sayles, Smith, Powell, Smith, Lautenbach, Wright, Hatch, Winn, Montgomery, Rounseville
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 06/01/1917
Leonard Dorst and sister spent Thursday evening at Justin Johnson’s.
Mr. George Ehlert, official tester for the Granton Testing Association, paid his monthly visit to the Members in this vicinity last week.
Miss Lena Curtis of Heathville spent Friday afternoon and Saturday with Elsie and Nell Dorst.
Several of the young people of this vicinity attended the class play at Granton Friday evening.
W.J. Davis returned home from Milwaukee Saturday morning where he spent the last two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. W.J. McClaflin visited at E. Grabe’s near York Center on Sunday.
Miss Nell Dorst spent Friday afternoon with Miss Ella Hales.
A.W. Phipps and family and Gurney Sweet spent Sunday at Orin Montgomery’s.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bartz and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bartz and baby Irene went on a fishing trip Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Prange and children and nephew Harry Prange spent Sunday with the W.J. Davis family.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sayles and children and Mr. Guy Smith of Spokeville called at M. Dorst’s Sunday evening. Miss Elsie returned with them where she will spend the week with L. Powell and family. Mrs. Powell is seriously ill.
Miss Dulcie Smith and her brother Scot, and Mr. Wm. Lautenbach, Arthur Lautenbach, Katie and Bernice Wright spent Sunday afternoon with the Dorst young people.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hatch and children visited at Fred Wright’s last Sunday.
Mr. Guy Winn and family and Mr. and Mrs. W. Rounseville, and Mrs. Alice Hatch autoed to Marshfield Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Phipps and daughters went on a fishing trip last Tuesday.
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