News: Foemmel’s Corners (24 Jan 1913)
Surnames: TeHar, Nonhof, Pietenpol, Frei, Krejci, Ackerman, Davis, Roehl, Campbell, Johnson, Anthony, Vincent, Johnson, Lastofka, Kimball, Albright, Lee, Wentworth, Baer, Foemmel, Gluch, Beeckler
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 01/24/1913
Mr. and Mrs. TeHar of North Dakota spent several days at Al Nonhof and their cousins H.J. and J.W. Pientenpol’s.
A surprise party was given Stella Krejci last Friday evening.
Mr. Geo. Frei left last week Friday for a visit with friends in Chicago.
Jennie Ackerman came home one day last week and spent several days entertaining the grippe.
Mrs. Effie Davis called on Mrs. Roehl one afternoon last week. Mrs. Chas. Campbell Jr. has been under the weather for several days.
The Alfred Johnson and Herman Roehl families were guests at the Geo. Frei home Wednesday evening of last week.
Mrs. Truman Davis and her mother spent last week Wednesday with the latter’s sister, Mrs. Anthony, who is some better.
Hale Davis and family took dinner with Truman Davis and family Sunday.
Mrs. Herman Roehl visited at the home of her parents Sunday afternoon.
Glen Nonhof took his first violin lesson of Prof. Vincent last Saturday.
Last week Friday Alfred Johnson took in all the milk and made cheese for Gluch, his vat having sprung a leak.
Joe Lastofka and daughter Agnes came home from their visit at Milwaukee and West Bend last Saturday.
W.S. Davis, his wife and daughter, the Misses Emma and Gertrude Kimball, Leona Albright, Fred W. Davis and Ell Lee, Marjorie and Josephine Pietenpol called at Truman Davis’ Sunday.
Rush Wentworth and F.J. Baer were seen on our streets Sunday.
Will Foemmel, wife and 2 youngest children left Saturday for a visit with relatives in Sheboygan County.
Alfred Johnson and family spent Friday evening at Al Nonhof’s.
Herman Roehl has rented the Herman Koser farm in Chili and expects to take possession March 1st.
Vera Beeckler stayed one night last week at Nonhof’s and one night at Truman Davis’.
Geo. Frei will grind feed every Tuesday from now on.
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