News: Foemmel’s Corners (11 Jul 1913)




Surnames: Foemmel, Frei, Temelling, Krause, Munger, Day, Pietenpol, Johnson, Nonhof, Olenburg, Zorn, Davis, Dankemyer, Cole, Glenburg


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 07/11/1913


Will Foemmel and Geo. Frei each have their silos up.


J. Temelling and family and A. Johnson and family took in the sights at Lynn July 4th.


Joe Krause gave a dance in his barn on the evening of the 4th.


G.E. Munger of Beloit visited with Mr. Day on Monday of last week.


The picnic in Pietenpol’s cove was a fine success in spite of the rain.


Miss Ethel Johnson of Shawano arrived Thursday for a few weeks visit with her brother A. Johnson and family.


Al Nonhof and family, with John Pietenpol and wife, autoed out 12 miles the other side of Wausau and spent Sunday with John’s cousins.


They also took supper and stayed overnight with Geo. Glenburg in Unity.


Wm. Zorn and family, accompanied by Lincoln Davis and family of Minneapolis, autoed over and spent Sunday at the A. Johnson home.


Truman Davis, wife and daughter, spent Sunday at Frank Davis’


Mrs. Freeman Dankemyer and son Gerald, and baby Natalie, visited the former’s mother here all alst week.


Mrs. Dankemyer had her baby christened last Sunday, Amelia and Emil Krause, acting as sponsors.


Victor Cole is helping Rush Wentworth this week.



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