News: Foemmel’s Corners (11 Mar 1910)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Dost, Beaver, Heck, Huntley, Krause, Nonhof, Zimmerman, Hefty, Root, Canfield, Davis, Winn, Beecher, Frei, Dorst, Ackerman
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) March 11, 1910
Foemmel’s Corners (11 March 1910)
Mrs. J. Dost, Mrs. Beaver and daughter called on friends here Thurs. afternoon.
Mrs. Heck’s father and mother are here from Watertown on a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Huntley and son Vernon visited relatives in York Sunday.
Lizzie Krause is able to be around again after a ten days siege of la grippe.
Jack Dost finished off several rooms for Al Nonhof the past week.
Mr. Zimmerman finished sawing about 300 cords of wood for Hefty’s and sawed some for Al Nonhof this week.
Louis Root slipped and fell, hurting his side and back which laid him up for a week or more.
Ray Canfield came Tuesday to help Truman Davis instead of Stillman Huntley.
Floyd Winn is substitute on our mail route instead of Rollie Beecher.
Geo. Frei is hauling lumber home from the mill and is making preparations to build a new barn.
Nellie Dorst visited at the Ed Ackerman farm from Friday night until Monday morning.
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