News: Foemmel Corners (10 Aug 1917)
Surnames: Treichel, Lee, Pietenpol, Davis, Snerberk, Cole, Kidd, Root, Wentworth, Schafer, Hefty, Ackerman, Pischer
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 08/10/1917
Mr. Treichel finished haying Saturday. He used his auto truck to help haul hay up to the stacks.
Amy Lee took supper with Marjorie and Josephine Pietenpol Sunday night, who are chief cooks since their mother is away and would remind one of the gold dust twins as they did the washing and baked bread on Monday.
Truman Davis, wife and daughter autoed to Joe Sneberk’s Sunday after church.
Eldred Davis spent Sunday with Maynard Cole.
Mrs. Neil Kidd and baby Leon James were seen on our streets Sunday.
Ross Root came home Friday to attend the examination of the drafted soldiers on Saturday.
Rush Wentworth went to Neillsville Saturday to be examined for a soldier, but we understand he failed to pass on account of a broken ankle, which he had some time ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Schafer of Granton spent Sunday with their son and wife.
Solon Davis is the owner of an auto since last week.
W.B. Wentworth visited his son Rush here this week.
Joe Hefty is working at Granton loading heading.
Jennie and Clarence Ackerman went to Columbus Saturday on a visit to their sister, Mrs. Alvin Pischer.
Truman Davis went as far as Merrillan Friday with Mrs. John Pietenpol, daughter and niece.
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