News: Foemmel’s Corners (5 Dec 1913)



Surnames: Foemmel, Pietenpol, Osgood, Davis, Downer, Ackerman, Krause, Frei, Krejci, Gluch, Johnson, Williams, Brown, Hayder, Zimmerman, Campbell, Woelffer, Breese, Wentworth


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 12/05/1913


Mrs. Fred Foemmel Jr. spent last week Wednesday with her mother.


It rained nearly all of the time from last week Wednesday until this Wednesday.


Ruth, Bernard and Marjory Pietenpol did shopping in Neillsville Friday.


Frant Osgood has a little gasoline engine to pump water with.


Will Foemmel had hay pressed on Friday.


Eldred Davis spent Sunday at Joe Downer’s.


The cat came back or rather the cows that Truman Davis and Rush Wentworth sold to Fred Davis were back in time for breakfast.


Effie Davis and daughter Lila spent Wednesday of last week with ma Breese.


Mrs. Ackerman and Mrs. Joe Krause visited Mrs. Geo. Frei last Sunday.


Frank Krejci expects to leave on Saturday for Milwaukee to see his dad.


The Gluch cheese factory has closed up and a good share of patrons are hauling to Mr. Johnson.


Mrs. Geo. Frei was taken suddenly ill Sunday evening the doctor was called in and at present is some better.


Mrs. Ackerman is helping Barbara Frei during her mother’s illness.


The Mesdames Fred Foemmel Sr. and Jr. called on Mrs. Frei Tuesday forenoon.


Henry Williams said he’d like to see an Al Brown winter and I believe he will if this weather keeps on.


We noticed Vela Heyder’s smiling face behind Zimmerman’s counters and Grace Campbell’s in Woelffer’s drug Store.




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