News: Foemmels Corners (2 Jan 1914)
Surnames: Foemmel, Tremmeling, Altenburg, Lee, Hayden, Osgood, Davis, Krause, Johnson, Huntley, Storm, Roehl, Frei, Eggiman, Garbush, Ackerman, Hefty, Schweinier
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 01/02/1914
Mrs. Will Foemmel and children have been on the sick list the past week.
Jim Tremmeling and family spent Christmas with Altenburg’s in Lynn.
Mr. Gilbert Lee and family came up from Merrillan Xmas and spent the day with his daughter Mrs. Lou Hayden.
John Pietenpol sold his Holstein calf to Myron Osgood.
Dale Lee and family were Xmas guests at Solon Davis home.
Amelia Krause came Thursday eve and stayed until Sunday with her ma.
Ara Lee drove over and traded Rhode Island Red roosters with Truman Davis last Saturday.
Mr. Johnson returned from Shano last Saturday.
Milton Huntley made cheese during Mr. Johnson’s absence.
It snowed nearly all day Saturday but it did not improve the roads any for the dust was so deep.
Mrs. Wm. Storm and Mrs. C. Roehl ate Christmas dinner at Geo. Frei’s.
Joe Frei and wife and Mr. and Mrs. Eggiman came up from Levis last Friday to see Mrs. Frei who was quite sick again a week ago, but at present is able to sit up again.
Bob Garbush and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ackerman and Mr. and Mrs. J. Hefty Sundayed at Geo. Frei’s.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Foemmel spent Sunday afternoon at Mr. Johnson’s.
Mr. Hefty sold and delivered a Holstein cow to Dr. Schweinier this week.
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