News: Foemmel’s Corners (8 Aug 1913)
Surnames: Altenburg, Krejci, Tremelling, Nonhof, Wilson, Corey, Pietenpol, Wentworth, Johnson, Ackerman, Krause, Davis, Foemmel, Frasier, Meyers, Day, Lastofka, Williams, Roehl
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 08/08/1913
Mr. and Mrs. Altenburg of Lynn visited their daughter Mrs. Tremelling last week Wednesday.
Tom Krejci is working on the state road.
Mrs. Nonhof visited Mrs. George Wilson Wednesday of last week.
Bert Corey and family took turns last week in being sick.
John Pietenpol hauled some lumber to Neillsville last week to have it dressed. John intends to finish off the upstairs in his house soon.
Rush Wentworth went to Neillsville one day last week after feed.
Mr. T. Johnson of Shawano visited his son Alfred and family from Thursday until Monday.
Mrs. Ackerman and Mrs. Johnson did shopping in Neillsville last Wednesday.
Several of Mrs. Joe Krause’s lady friends gave her a surprise birthday party Wednesday evening.
Effie Davis called on Mrs. Will Foemmel Saturday afternoon.
A milking machine is alright if you have a boarding house in connection. Last week Tuesday a party of 4 young people drove out from Chili to see Nonhof’s milking machine and stayed for supper, and Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Frasier, Mr. and Mrs. Meyers from Chili came out to see the machine and also stayed for supper.
Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Corey, and Mrs. Effie Davis attended services at the M.E. Church at York Center last Sunday.
Mr. Day attended services at Rev. Reiff’s parish last Sunday.
Mrs. Frank Krejci and Mrs. Joe LaStofka spent Friday with Mrs. Ed Ackerman.
Truman Davis and Bert Corey were Neillsville visitors Friday.
Willis Williams is helping Ed Ackerman cut grain. Mrs. Williams accompanied him out Monday and visited Mrs. Ackerman.
Herman Roehl and family were Sunday guests at the Ackerman home.
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