News: Foemmel’s Corners (21 Jan 1910)
Contact:Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Campbell, Davis, Cross, Osgood, Krejci, Cattanah, Felser, Frei, Armitage, Foemmel, Garbisch, Turner, Krause, Pietenpol, Coil
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) January 21, 1910
Foemmel’s Corners (21 January 1910)
Ray Campbell spent Friday evening at Truman Davis’.
Bert Cross and brother-in-law were thru here the latter part of last week selling cranberries.
Frant Osgood is agent for one of the finest mops with a wringer attached that ever was. If you don’t believe it try one. We did.
Frank Krejci, on Tom, Roy Campbell and Truman Davis met at the home of Harry Cattanah to play cards Saturday evening.
Paul Felser is working for John Pietenpol.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Frei returned from Green County whither they had gone to attend a wedding of George’s niece and from all appearance the effects of the good time hadn’t worked off yet when they reached home.
A friend of Willis Armitage’s was here last week taking postal pictures.
Aug. Foemmel is staying with his sister, Mrs. Paul Garbisch while Paul is in the hospital at Eau Claire undergoing an operation for rupture.
Alvie Turner is working on the cheese factory and boarding at Truman Davis’.
Emil Krause is making a road drag for District No. 10.
F. W. Davis and son Scott, Truman Davis and family spent Sunday at John Pietenpol’s.
Effie Davis received word that her great aunt Almira Coil is very ill with pneumonia at the home of her son Ed in Rice Lake.
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