News: Foemmel’s Corners (25 Jul 1913)
Surnames: Foemmel, Johnson, Hayden, Nonhof, Davis, Pietenpol, Wilbur, Ackerman, Ehlers, Olenburg, Johnson, Corey, Root, Schafer, Durk, Breese, Zorn, Wentworth, Krejci, Krause, Neitzel
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 07/25/1913
Will Foemmel’s children entertained the measles last week.
Mrs. and Miss Johnson drove to Romadka last week Tuesday to have Mrs. Hayden weave some carpet.
Al Nonhof and family autoed to Marshfield a short time ago.
We forgot to mention that Truman Davis had his barn and John Pietenpol hi barn, hen house and stable white washed by Mr. Wilbur of Neillsville.
Mrs. Ackerman received word that her daughter Lillie. Mrs. Ehlers of Chicago is the mother of a nice little girl since July 12.
Mrs. Nonhof spent the last half of the week in Unity with her sister, Mrs. Olenburg.
Bernard Pietenpol was somewhat under the weather the last of the week.
Miss Ethel Johnson left on Saturday for her home in Shawano.
Mrs. Ackerman called on Mrs. Corey one day last week.
Mr. Root and family from Pleasant Ridge spent Sunday here with his brother Geo.
J.W. Pietenpol and family spent Sunday with his brother Henry.
A party of five autoed here from Omaha, Neb., they were friends of A. Nonhof by but made their stay short because Mrs. Nonhof was in Unity.
Mrs. Jake Schafer and children, and Miss Durk spent Sunday at Truman Davis’.
Mr. and Mrs. John Breese spent Sunday afternoon at Bert Corey’s.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zorn and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davis autoed through here Sunday.
Mr. Anton Schafer and family were guests at Frank Krejci’s last Sunday.
Rush Wentworth hurt his lame foot quite badly on Monday.
Tom Krejci is helping Ed Ackerman this week in haying.
Amelia Krause is having a vacation this week.
Marjorie and Josephine Pietenpol visited Truman Davis’ Tuesday.
Laura Neitzel did some sewing for Mrs. John Pietenpol Monday and Tuesday.
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