News: Foemmel’s Corners (25 Nov 1910)


Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon



Surnames: Garbisch, Foemmel, Nonhof, Pietenpol, Davis, Glover, Heck, Breese, Hayden, Campbell, Osgood, Fulwiler, Ross, Krause


----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) November 25, 1910


(25 November 1910)


Mrs. Emma Garbisch visited her brother Will Foemmel and family one day last week.


Fred Foemmel is home from the woods and is now ready to put in another winter.


Alida Nonhof didn’t leave for Neb., last week, but expects to soon.


John Pietenpol, wife and two children took dinner with Truman Davis’ last Friday.


Mr. Glover took supper with Will Davis and family Sunday evening.


Mrs. Heck and brother did shopping in Neillsville last Friday.


Mrs. Truman Davis and children spent Sunday at John Breese’s.


Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hayden moved back to their home in Chili Monday.


Mr. and Mrs. Geo Campbell returned home from their wedding trip and commenced housekeeping here the first of the week.


Myron Osgood killed a big deer Tuesday down near the Town of Washburn.


Mrs. John Pietenpol drove down to see her new nephew at the Hale Davis home.  She pronounces him a gentleman of the finest type.


Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Fulwiler were seen on our streets Monday.


Mr. Glover although somewhat under the weather, left Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with his family in Marshfield.


John Pietenpol and wife, Al Nonhof and wife attended the chicken pie supper last Wednesday evening.


Dr. Ross was called in to see Mrs. Nonhof Friday evening who was quite ill.  He pronounced it too much chicken pie, but at the same time gave her medicine for La grippe.  At present she is O. K.


Our teacher taught school labor day so takes today (Friday) for her holiday.


Elsie Krause visited school last week Thursday.



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