News: Foemmel’s Corners (2 Dec 1910)


Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon



Surnames: Hefty, Huntley, Foemmel, Glover, Hales, Krejci, Nonhof, Rowe, Ross, Wagner, Cattanach, Davis, Ure, Lawrence


----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) December 2, 1910


Foemmel’s Corners (2 December 1910)


Dan and John Hefty Jr. and Stillman Huntley came home Thanksgiving Day.


Fred Foemmel helped Mr. Glover make cheese a few days until he recovered from his attack of La grippe.


Geo. Hales cut corn for (his father-in-law?) Frank Krejci last week Saturday.


Nr. Nonhof took his daughter Alida to the train Saturday when she left for Nebraska.


Milford Rowe, son of Walter Rowe is sick with scarlet fever.  Dr. Ross is in attendance.


Dan Hefty and Stillman Huntley left Wednesday to work in the woods.


John Hefty Sr. and family together with Mr. and Mrs. Wagner spent Sunday at Harry Cattanach’s.


Mrs. Nonhof spent Tuesday afternoon at Truman Davis’s.


Geo. Ure moved John Hefty’s house onto the cellar wall which he just built.


Roy Lawrence and family spent Sunday at Geo Huntley’s.


Mrs. Nonhof received word from her sister at Unity that Sir Stork had presented them with daughter No. 5.



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