News: Foemmel’s Corners (27 Apr 1917)
Surnames: Pietenpol, Cornwell, Ackerman, Davis, Gilbert, Lee, Erwin, Osgood, Ehlert, Huntley, Root, Winn, Tischer, Crow, Rowe, Whitcomb, Phipps, Dorst
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 04/27/1917
Mrs. John Pietenpol spent Thursday afternoon of last week with Mrs. Cornwell.
Mrs. Ackerman entertained several friends at a quilting last week.
We suppose it seems strange to the readers of this paper who live out of the state when they read of the snow being so deep and then all going so soon. But the snow was light and it didn’t thaw all winter, so it wasn’t packed hard, only where it was walked on, and for that reason it all went in a hurry.
Truman Davis sold a registered Holstein yearling bull to Mr. Gilbert from near Spokeville.
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lee entertained the T.P.E.W. and Ara Lee families, also Mr. Howard Erwin and family, on Sunday.
Frant Osgood was on the sick list several days this week.
Geo. Ehlert from Columbia was here testing cows from the Granton cow testing association.
The Myron Osgood and Kearney Davis families were guests of their father Frant Osgood last Sunday.
Loy Lawrence and family spent Sunday and pa and ma Huntley’s.
Eldred and Lucille Davis attended the surprise party given Elsie Dorst last Saturday evening.
Louis Root came down from Colfax and spent a few days with his mother.
Marjorie and Josephine Pietenpol attended a birthday party for Echo Winn Saturday afternoon.
Word was received that Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tischer of ??egon have a new baby girl.
Our cheese factory runs every day now.
Mrs. Geo. Crow and children Truman Davis and family spent Sunday afternoon at J.W. Pietenpol’s.
Walter Rowe put up a new building on his farm in which his hired man will live this summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Whitcomb moved their household goods to their new home on the Walter Rowe farm.
Mrs. Arthur Phipps entertained the Social Club Thursday.
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