News: Foemmel Corners (01 Jun 1917)


Surnames: Treichler, Davis, Benedict, Krejci, Breese, Curtiss, Renne, Witte, Pietenpol, Nonhof, Cranston, Foemmel, Ziegler, Cole, Kemmeter, Amidon

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 06/01/1917

Mr. Max Treichler plowed for Albert Davis with his tractor engine and gang plow.

Mr. Sanford Benedict, the assessor, was a caller here Monday.

Estella Krejci is keeping house for her brother Victor at his home in Fremont.

Last Sunday F.W. Davis autoed to Granton with his son-in-law and went to the barber ship to get shaved.

Truman Davis, wife and daughter, with Mr. and Mrs. John Breese, autoed to Spokeville on Sunday.

Harry Curtiss and John Renne autoed down from Spokeville and called at John Pietenpol’s to see their old friend and neighbor F.W. Davis.

Hubert Witte came Saturday and stayed until Sunday evening with Glen Nonhof.

Pat Cranston has shipped and sol some baled hay.

Will Foemmel and family autoed to Tioga Monday to see the Theodore and Ed Ziegler families. The ladies are sisters.

Marjorie Pietenpol, Rachel Cole, Rose Kemmeter and Elva Amidon had a picnic near Kurth Sunday.

Foemmel Corners was well represented at the school play “Deacon Dobbs” last Friday evening at Granton which proved to be a success in every way.

District No. 3, town of York, with Miss Maria Davis teacher, will give an ice cream social at the school house tomorrow, Saturday evening. Everybody is invited.



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