News: Foemmel’s Corners (11 May 1917)
Surnames: Adolph Foemmel, Davis, Pietenpol, Cranston, Osgood, Breese, Sherman, Wentworth, Lastofka, Nonhof, Schmoll, Doode, Roehl, Krejci
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 05/11/1917
Adolph Foemmel autoed out in his new Ford last week.
Martha and Selma Foemmel spent Sunday afternoon with Lila Davis.
Pat Cranston had hay pressed last week and the men boarded at John Pietenpol’s.
Mrs. Truman Davis assisted Ruth Pietenpol one day last week.
Mrs. John Pietenpol spent most of last week and all of this in caring for her father, F.W. Davis, through the day, while the boys took turns caring for him at night.
Mrs. Kearney Davis makes daily trips to her father, Francis Osgood, who is ill.
Last Sunday Mrs. Truman Davis, daughter Lucille, Mrs. John Breese, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sherman autoed over to spend the afternoon at Wm. Anthony’s.
Rush Wentworth rented some land of Al Nonhof.
Mott Osgood is working for Rush Wentworth.
Our mailman goes with his auto now so mail arrives earlier.
Goe. Lastofka is hauling milk to our factory and Frank Krejci expects to haul soon.
Mariah Davis spent Tuesday night with Mrs. Nonhof.
Mrs. Ackerman spent a few days last week at Neillsville caring for Mrs. John Schmoll and new baby.
Ben Doode went to Granton Saturday evening and took his best girl to the movie.
Mrs. Roehl visited Mrs. Ackerman one day last week.
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