News: Foemmel’s Corners (14 Nov 1913)
Surnames: Davis, Krause, Pietenpol, Gardner, Winn, Johnson, Tompkins, Schweinler, Hefty, Foemmel, Tremelling, Ackerman, Frei, Garbisch
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 11/14/1913
Truman Davis had a lightning rod put on his silo the first of last week.
Calvin Davis and family spent last week here with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Solon Davis.
Emil Krause had his well drilled deeper the first of last week.
The old saying is "It never rains but it pours" and that is what Mrs. John Pietenpol thought last Thursday when John was taken sick with indigestion and was in such pain that they were afraid of appendicitis. Joie had tonsillitis and Marjorie had indigestion in a milder form.
Mr. Lafe Gardner, family and sister Mrs. Guy Winn took supper at John Pietenpol’s Thursday evening of last week.
Solon Davis means to keep up with the times and so bought a mail box.
Effie Davis, daughters and mother spent Sunday with the latter’s sister Mrs. Hayden.
Mrs. Alfred Johnson left Monday for a Green Bay hospital where her father underwent an operation just a few days ago.
John Pietenpol, wife and daughters, Truman Davis and son took dinner at J.M. Tompkins last Sunday.
Dr. Schweinler was called out twice last week to see a cow of John Hefty’s.
Effie Davis spent Thursday afternoon of last week with Mrs. Wm. Foemmel.
Mrs. Tremelling attended the R.N.A. Lodge at Chili last week Wednesday.
Mrs. Ackerman attended the funeral of the late Mike Nevil at Neillsville last Friday.
Mrs. Geo. Frei’s friends succeeded in giving her a surprise party last Saturday evening.
Geo. Frei gave Robert Garbisch a load of hay and one of straw which he hauled home Tuesday.
The Mesdames Geo. Frei and Ed Ackerman ate dinner with Mrs. Fred Foemmel Tuesday.
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