News: Johnson Corners (17 Aug 1917)
Surnames: Davis, Phipps, Atkin, Dorst, Rowe, Hatch, Cranston, Wright, Jacobi, Curtis, Grabe, McClaflin, Hayden, Schneider, Myers, Rowe, Gabaur, Montgomery
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 08/17/1917
Miss Jean Davis and her sister Ursula spent Friday in Neillsville.
The W.W. Club met with Mrs. Arthur Phipps Thursday. A good attendance and a good time was had by all.
Edna Atkin, who spent the last four weeks with her cosuisn in the Mike Dorst home, went home to Minneapolis on Friday.
Mrs. Jesse Rowe spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Alice Hatch who is keeping house for P.M. and Avery Cranston.
A number from this vicinity attended the ice cream social at York Center Friday evening.
Miss Alta Wright and Elsie and Leonard Dorst attended the J.B. Club meeting at Fred Jacobi’s Friday evening.
Miss Sara Davis and sister Ursula spent from Saturday evening until Tuesday with friends in Neillsville.
Mr. and Mrs. Dorst and sons Leonard and Ray spent Wednesday evening at Lem Curtis’ at Heathville. Elsie and Mable, who spent a few days with the Cutis family, returned home with them.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Grabe and little grandson visited with the W.J. McClaflin family on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Dorst and sons Leonard and Raymond and Mr. Chas. Hayden autoed to Marshfield Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Phipps and daughter Edna spent Sunday with the Orrin Montgomery family.
The Misses Alta and Katie Wright spent Friday in Neillsville.
Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Schneider and children spent Tuesday afternoon in Marshfield.
Mrs. Myers and granddaughter are visiting her daughter Mrs. Jesse Rowe and family since Tuesday.
Mrs. M. Gabaur, who was operated on at the Eau Claire Hospital a few weeks ago, came home Friday and since then is at home and doing fine.
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