News: Foemmel’s Corners (17 Mar 1911)


Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon



Surnames: Nonhof, Davis, Pietenpol, Lawrence, Huntley, Hayden, Ide, Krause, Baer, Glover, Lastofka, Heyder, Barton, Krejci, Rogers, Fradette


----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) March 17, 1911


Foemmel’s Corners (17 March 1911)


Mrs. Al Nonhof, Mrs. Truman Davis and Bernard Pietenpol were on the sick list last week.


Mrs. Roy Lawrence and children spent Saturday at her mother, Mrs. Huntley’s.


Mr. and Mrs. Hale Davis were guests at Truman Davis’, Sunday.


Mr. Chas Hayden is assisting Cash Ide with his farm work.


The auction sale at Heyder’s was largely attended.


John Krause and family visited their uncle Gottlieb Krause Sunday.


We join with Editor Baer in wishing that his dream come true (the one the editor told in last week’s news).


Mr. Geo. Glover took the midnight train for Marshfield Friday and returned Saturday evening.


John Lastofka hauled bailed hay by here from Granton.


Mrs. Heyder moved Tuesday to her new home in Neillsville which is known as the Barton house.


Al Nonhof left Sunday on the midnight train for Sheboygan and returned Tuesday on the 3:50.


Tom Krejci assisted Mrs. Nonhof with the chores during Al’s absence.


Frank Rogers left Saturday for Milwaukee where he expects to get a position on the street car line.


Mr. and Mrs. Fradette moved onto the Heyder place the first of the week.


Miss Louise Krause returned home Tuesday from Rochester.



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