News: Foemmel’s Corners (18 Feb 1910)


Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon



Surnames: Davis, Cattanah, Krause, Ross, Nonhof, Pietenpol, Hornbeck, Lee, Hefty, Zimmerman, Heck, Breese, Anthony, Jensen, Lee, Zickert


----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) February 18, 1910


Foemmel’s Corners (18 February 1910)


Last Thursday evening while busily engaged in writing a letter Truman Davis’ attention was attracted by a shouting from outside and upon going to the door to find out the cause he was greeted by at least 40 people. The ladies came laden with baskets of good things to eat and after playing many games and partaking of a dainty lunch they soon found it time to be thinking of home sweet home.


Mr. and Mrs. Cattanah called at Truman Davis’ Friday afternoon.


Some of Joe Krause’s children have been somewhat under the weather with severe colds.


Dr. Ross and family spent Sunday at Al Nonhof’s.


Ruth Pietenpol went to Granton Saturday to have her eyes examined.


Beulah Hornbeck and Ruth Lee were seen on our streets Sunday.


Fred Davis drove thru here with his new driving horse.


Dan Hefty sold his driving horse to a Mr. Zimmerman.


Mrs. Heck spent Monday afternoon with Effie Davis.


Mrs. John Breese, daughter Effie Davis and granddaughter Lila Davis visited the former’s sister, Mrs. Wm. Anthony one day this week.


Mrs. Jensen of Granton is sewing for Mrs. Nonhof this week.


Mrs. Ernest Lee was called to Spencer to attend the funeral of a brother-in-law.


Mr. and Mrs. Reinhold Zickert, Frank Zickert, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Heck and little sister spent Thursday evening of last week with Eli Heck and wife.




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