News: Foemmel’s Corners (14 Jul 1911)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Pietenpol, Knorr, Holmes, Davis, Nonhof, Lammers, Foemmel, Lapham, Lee, Hayden, Budge, Owen, Rowe, Hales, Coil, Anthony, Wyenzenn, Wonser, Lawrence, Huntley, Root, Breese
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) July 14, 1911
Foemmel’s Corners (14 July 1911)
Mrs. John Pietenpol came late Thursday evening and stayed until Friday evening with her brother Truman and family.
Miss Myrtle Knorr began last week Thursday to give music lessons to the Pietenpol children, it being more convenient for them to have her come than to have them go to Miss Holmes.
W. J. Davis, Al Nonhof and family spent Wednesday of last week at the Lammers home.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Foemmel and baby called at Wm. Foemmel’s one evening last week.
Little Josephine Pietenpol spent several days last week with Marjorie Lapham in Granton.
Mr. Oscar lee who came up form Merrillan last week for a visit with his sister, Mrs. Louis Hayden has found employment on the W. P. Budge farm.
Mr. Lammers has the boiler room moved back to the new part of the factory, a door cut thru and everything going fine.
Miss Mildred Owen was through here again last week getting new subscribers and renewing the old subscriptions or any old thing to get votes for the piano. Miss Owen has worked hard and deserves all the votes she gets.
Mrs. Pietenpol, Mrs. Truman Davis and Mrs. Walter Rowe called on Mrs. Geo. Hales one evening last week.
Mrs. Chas Hayden and aunt Mrs. Almira Coil visited the latter’s niece, Mrs. Anthony one day this week.
Some of the farmers haven’t finished haying yet but have begun to cut their rye.
Mrs. Wyenzenn after a ten days visit with her cousin Al Nonhof and family left Sunday on the midnight train for Sheboygan.
Mermal Wonser spent Sunday with her cousin Glen Nonhof.
Agnes Lawrence has been staying with her grandma Huntley for some time during her Uncle Will Lawrence’s illness.
Aug and Fred Foemmel, Jr. are helping their brother Adolph make hay.
Mrs. Chas Lapham and daughter Marjorie came last Friday for a visit at the John Pietenpol home.
Geo Root began hauling milk to our factory this week.
Truman Davis received a license tag to be placed upon his silo which the Indiana Silo Company claim should be on every silo according to law.
Truman Davis and family spent Sunday at the John Breese home.
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