News: Foemmel’s Corners (22 Sep 1911)


Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon



Surnames: Fradette, Paulson, Nonhof, Balkin, Cattanah, Osgood, Pietenpol, Scoles, Garbisch, Anthony, Breese, Robinson, Lammers, Graves, Mabie


----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) September 22, 1911


Foemmel’s Corners (22 September 1911)


Mrs. Fradette and baby spent last week Tuesday with Mrs. Ross Paulson.


Glen Nonhof is the proud possessor of a pony colt 4 months old which his father purchased of Mr. Balkin from Sheboygan.


Harry Cattanah and Myron Osgood threshed their grain the latter part of last week.


Anyone wishing to buy tomatoes call on Mrs. Herb Fradette


The John Pietenpol, Frank Davis and Jim Scoles families had a picnic dinner in the woods north of Fred Garbisch’s on the hill.


Mrs. Wm. Anthony and children, Truman Davis and family Sundayed at the John Breese home.


John Robinson writes that his wife had an operation Sept. 11th for appendicitis and at present was doing nicely.


Frant Osgood began hauling milk to our factory Sept. 16.  This makes five new patrons and the factory has only been running 3 months.


Mrs. Kearney Davis and little daughter visited at the Frant Osgood home last Sunday.


The Mesdames Nonhof and Lammers did shopping in Neillsville, Monday.


Mrs. John Pietenpol entertained the Circle Wednesday at dinner.


Rowe and Nonhof filled a silo for Ed. Graves the last part of the week.


Mrs. Truman Davis was one of the invited guests who attended the Circle Wednesday.


Al Mabie is again carrying mail.




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