News: Foemmel’s Corners (13 Oct 1911)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Lee, Davis, Ackerman, Roehl, Gardner, Sweet, Leonhardt, Coil, Hayden, Breese, Nonhof, Cattanah, Rowe, Hales, Campbell, Dankemyer, Krause, Martin, Lammer, Pietenpol, Osgood, Ketel
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) October 13, 1911
Foemmel’s Corners (13 October 1911)
Did you see sunshine for 3 days?
Vint Lee and wife from near Shortville spent Sunday at Truman Davis’.
Lilly Ackerman visited her sister Mrs. Roehl in the house recently vacated by Arthur Gardner.
Murl Sweet Sundayed with his grandparents H. Leonhardt’s near Nasonville.
Mrs. Almira Coil spent several days with her nieces the Mesdames Chas. Hayden and John Breese.
Mrs. Nonhof returned last Friday from Sheboygan.
Ed. Ackerman raised a turnip which can’t be beat. It measures 29 inches in circumference and weighs 19 lbs.
Harry Cattanah moved his family to Granton the first of the week.
Albert Davis expects to run his own farm in the future, for he will bring a bride home soon.
Rowe & Nonhof filled a silo for Ed Graves and one for Truman Davis this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo Hales attended the surprise party for Mrs. Will Campbell Monday evening.
Herman Roehl and family spent Saturday night at Ed. Ackerman’s.
Mrs. Freeman Dankemyer and baby returned home last Saturday.
Miss Clara Krause left Friday for Indiana where she will resume her school work.
Mrs. Martin of Antigo who for the past two months has been visiting at the a. J. Lammer’s home left on Monday. Her daughter came to accompany her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Earle Davis visited at the Bush Davis home in Loyal, Sunday.
John Pietenpol and family Sundayed at his brother Hank’s
Frant Osgood and pail Ketel are helping John Pietenpol cut corn.
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