News: Foemmel’s Corners (7 Jul 1911)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon



Surnames: Eibergen, Pietenpol, Lammers, Krause, Davis, Rowe, Foemmel, Nonhof, Darton, Lee, Wyenzenn, Canon, Schlinker, Roehl, Ackerman, Hayden, Martin, Lawson, Hallock


----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) July 7, 1911


Foemmel’s Corners (7 July 1911)


Mrs. Eibergen of Chili is assisting Mrs. Pietenpol with her work since last Thursday.


Mr. Lammers is having the old part of the factory made into living rooms and expects to build on a kitchen. Emil Krause helped Truman Davis put eave spouts on his house last week.


The Misses Ora and Maria Davis, Amelia Krause and her brother Emil attended the ice cream sociable at the Walter Rowe’s last week.


The Foemmel’s Corners nine played the County Farm nine and were beaten 12 to 31. This was our boys’ first attempt, but they’re not easily discouraged.


Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Foemmel and a brother Walter went blueberrying a couple of days last week.


Al Nonhof and family spent Sunday at Mr. Darton’s near Loyal.


Truman Davis and Emil Krause went blueberrying a couple days the first of this week. 


N. E. Lee called at Truman Davis’ Sunday.


Mrs. Pietenpol is able to be up around the house, but not able to attend to her household duties.


Walter Foemmel did chores for Truman Davis during his absence.


Miss Wyenzenn of Cedar Grove, Sheboygan Co., is visiting relatives at the H. A. Nonhof home.


Quite a number from here attended the picnic at York Center July 4th which was a success in every way.


Miss Mabel Canon of Neillsville visited here several days this week.


Mr. Schlinker an old school mate of Fred Foemmel Sr.’s visited him from Tuesday until Saturday.


Mrs. Herman Roehl and family spent the Fourth of July with Mr. Ackerman’s.


Mrs. Chas. Hayden returned this week from her daughter Mrs. Sam Martins and brought their little boy (who is greatly improved in health) home with her.


We were somewhat surprised to learn that the house owned by Hy Lawson but is better known as the Norman Hallock house was burned Tuesday.



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