News: Foemmel’s Corners (2 May 1913)


Surnames: Lee, Davis, Vanderweiss, Nonhof, Tompkins, Eberhart, Krejci, Tremelling, Dorst, Root, Winn, Beeckler, Carpenter, Sweet, Wentworth, Anthony, Mabie


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.)  05/02/1913


Ara Lee and family spent Sunday at Truman Davis’.


Christina Vanderweiss came Thursday and stayed until Saturday with her brother Henry at the Al Nonhof house.


Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Tompkins and F.W. Davis called at Truman Davis’ Sunday afternoon.


Mr. Everhart of Neillsville put a Miller piano in the Truman Davis home last week Tuesday.


Maud Nonhof and Effie Davis spent Friday afternoon at Mrs. Tremelling’s.


Frank Krejci hauled cheese Tuesday.


Louis Root was severely kicked by a horse at the Clifford Winn home last Sunday.


Elsie Dorst spent Friday and Saturday with Lucille Davis and while her brother Ray was at Glen Nonhof’s.


Fred Carpenter was seen on our streets Tuesday.


Vera Beeckler spent last week staying overnight with her pupils.


John Sweet of Chili came Sunday afternoon and stayed until Monday afternoon at the Truman Davis farm and from there he went to York Center to visit his sister, Mrs. Wm. Anthony.


Rush Wentworth, with his new team which he bought of Al Mabie and his new milk wagon, make quite a knobby appearance.



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