News: Foemmel Corners (20 Jul 1917)
Surnames: Scharf, Welsh, Davis, Riedel, Nonhof, Root, Alton, Pietenpol, La Grander, Greeler, Lastofka, Campbell, Hefty, Foemmel, Fuller, Ide, Murphy, Hayden, Breese, Scheeley, Ackerman, Roehl, Whitcomb, Shafer
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 07/20/1917
We were much pleased to hear from Windfall Corners, come again.
Ed Scharf returned one day last week from a visit to his aunt at Chetek.
Arlene Welsh visited last week with Lila Davis
Lena Riedel spent last week Thursday with Mrs. Al Nonhof.
Allie Root entertained the Country Club last week Thursday evening.
Mr. Alton is again able to be out of doors, after a several days illness.
Marjorie and Josephine Pietenpol and Ila La Grander spent Sunday afternoon with Lucile and Lila Davis.
Chas. Greeler has a new car.
Geo. Lastofka, who enlisted last year with Co. A. at Neillsville and was one of the reserves, was called to Neillsville Sunday.
Mrs. C.M. Campbell came up from Neillsville Saturday and stayed until Monday with her daughters.
F.W. Davis has his own horse Mott to drive since late last week.
Mary Hefty, Martha and Selma Foemmel called at Truman Davis’ Sunday evening.
John Pietenpol’s young folks, Eldred and smith Davis attended the ice cream social at F.L. Davis’ Saturday evening.
Fred Davis and daughter spent last week Friday at Neillsville.
Mrs. Elizabeth Fuller spent a few days last week with her friend Miss Abbie Ide.
Truman Davis tore the porch off from the front of his house and is making preparations for remodeling the house.
Al Nonhof and family autoed to Marshfield Sunday to see Mrs. Dr. Murphy, who is a patient at the hospital there.
Mr. and Mrs. Hayden, with the latter’s sister Mrs. Breese, drove to Chili Tuesday to see the ladies’ step-brother, John Sweet.
A farewell party was given George Lastofka Tuesday evening.
Mr. Scheeley from Sheboygan visited his cousins at the Ed Ackerman home this week.
Ella Ackerman spent most of last week with her sister Mrs. Herman Roehl at Harris Spur.
Wm. Foemmel and family attended the funeral of the little Wegner and Linster girls, who were drowned at Neillsville last week Thursday.
Haying is progressing slowly. The hay is heavy and rain plentiful.
Mr. and Mrs. Whitcomb spent Saturday at Lester Schafer’s.
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