News: Foemmel’s Corners (4 Jul 1913)
Surnames: Ackerman, Krause, Roehl, Davis, Nonhof, Huntley, Johnson, Foemmel, Corey, Vanderweiss, Pietenpol, Breese, Lee, Irving,
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 07/04/1913
Mrs. Ackerman and Joe Krause and wife dorve out to Chili one day last week to see Herman Roehl and family.
Truman Davis, wife and daughter Lila accompanied Al Nonhof and family a week ago Sunday when they went to the picnic in Weston.
Milton Huntley has finished work at Alfred Johnson’s and began work for Fred Foemmel Tuesday.
Bert Corey and family are keeping house in Ed Ackerman’s old house near the cheese factory.
Henry Vanderweiss received word that his only sister had an operation for appendicitis at the Marshfield hospital.
Frank and Truman Davis, with their families, spent Sunday at J. Pietenpol’s.
Mrs. Effie Davis, Mrs. Bert Corey and children took supper with Mrs. John breese Friday evening.
Several from here took int eh circus at Neillsville.
John Pietenpol is planning on inviting his relatives and some friends to a basket picnic in the grove hear his house on July 4th.
Ruth lee and Mrs. Irving took supper with Mrs. J. Pietenpol one evening last week.
Henry Vanderweiss spent Sunday under the parental roof.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Roehl of Chili spent Sunday at the Ed Ackerman home.
Nora Ackerman left for Chicago one day last week.
Fisk Lee and Mr. Riving took supper at Truman Davis’ Saturday evening and then drove to Al Nonhof’s to see the milking machine.
Al Nonhof had his barn with-washed Tuesday.
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