News: Foemmel’s Corners (3 Jan 1913)
Surnames: Johnson, Zorn, Wonser, Davis, Pietenpol, Hayden, Eberhardt, Foemmel, Nonhof, Wilson, Krause, Dankemyer, Tompkins, Hefty, Frei, Osgood, Hales, Zibell, Roehl, Dorst, Williams, Ackerman
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 01/03/1913
Mr. Johnson and family ate Xmas dinner with Wm. Zorn’s people.
Mermal Wonser came Saturday morning and stayed until Sunday at Nonhof’s.
Grandma Johnson came Saturday evening for a week’s visit at her son Alfred’s.
Frank Davis and family, Scott Davis and family spent Sunday afternoon at John Pietenpol’s.
Little Gladys Hayden, who was so ill on Christmas Day, is all O.K. again.
Mr. Eberhardt of Neillsville delivered a fine piano at the George Wilson home quite recently.
Mrs. Will Foemmel and children spent Friday afternoon at her father’s while Will transacted business in Neillsville.
Truman Davis and family ate a duck dinner with Alfred Johnson and family.
Al Nonhof’s spent Sunday at E.R. Wonser’s in Granton.
Louise Krause spent several days with her sister, Mrs. Freeman Dankemyer.
Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Tompkins entertained Fred Davis and all of his children and their families who reside hereabouts at dinner New Year’s day.
Dan Hefty came home Monday from Green County with his new bride.
Geo. Frei Jr. and Joe Frei, with their sister Barbara, ate Xmas dinner with their uncle Joe Frei Sr. in the town of Levis.
Mrs. Myron Osgood entertained a host of relatives and friends at dinner Xmas day.
Loren Hales is helping John Pietenpol since Monday.
Truman Davis and family spent Sunday evening at John Pietenpol’s.
Mr. Zibell drove out from Neillsville Monday and called on his brother-in-law, H. Roehl.
Leonard and Nellie Dorst and Fern Williams spent Sunday at Ackerman’s.
Joe Krause and family spent Sunday afternoon at Herman Roehl’s.
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