News: Foemmel’s Corners (24 Nov 1911)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Pietenpol, Nonhof, Hales, Krejci, Frei, Lastofka, Greeler, Davis, Anthony, Schafer, Potter, Lee, Lammers, Bradford
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) November 24, 1911
(24 November 1911)
John Pietenpol and family, Al Nonhof and family attended the silver wedding at Henry Pietenpol’s Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo Hales spent Sunday at Frank Krejci’s.
Geo. Frei has a telephone since last week Wednesday. We would like to see Joe Lastofka, Chas. Greeler and Frank Krejci on the line.
Mrs. Truman Davis, her mother and two daughters spent Sunday at Wm. Anthony’s where they saw many pretty views of Scotland and heard about the race which he saw, the termination of 20 airships which set sail from England, only four of which reached their destination. The winner of the race was a Frenchman who won $50,000. Mr. Anthony gave each of the ladies a piece of Heather which is to the Scotch what the Shamrock is to the Irish.
Mrs. Frei was quite sick several days last week.
Mrs. Krejci, sons Victory and Edwin spent Sunday at Jake Schafer’s.
Truman Davis and son took dinner at John Pietenpol’s Sunday.
Victor Krejci and Wayne Potter each succeeded to getting a deer.
Mrs. Fisk Lee, Mr. Ell Lee and Fred Davis spent Sunday afternoon at John Pietenpol’s.
Al Nonhof is hauling wood to Granton and Truman Davis is hauling to Neillsville.
Mrs. and Mrs. Lammers did shopping in Neillsville Tuesday.
Wm. Bradford the sheriff drove out from Neillsville Tuesday to serve a summons on Truman Davis to act as juror at the fall term of court.
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