News: Foemmel’s Corners (8 Mar 1912)

Contact: Verna (Welk) Quicker

Surnames: Osgood, Nonhof, Roehl, Davis, Pietenpol, Buddenhagen, Hayden, Wonser, Nonhof, Tompkins, Lammers, Anthony, Martin, Hayden, Ide, Starks, Breese, Agin, Foemmel, Blum, Wentworth, Faust

----Source: The Granton News (Foemmel’s Corners, Clark Co., Wis.) 3/8/1912

Frant [sic] Osgood, Al Nonhof and H. Roehl sawed wood last week.

Louis Davis made a farewell visit at his brother Truman’s Wednesday evening of last week.

John Pietenpol and wife drove over to Mr. Buddenhagen’s last Tuesday after a Scotch Coolie [sic] (Collie?) puppy.

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hayden expect to move back to their own home in Chili about the 10th of March.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wonser and son Gordon came last week Wednesday and stayed until Friday with their sister Mrs. Nonhof.

Frank Davis and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Tompkins, Mrs. Effie Davis and daughter Lila were guests at the John Pietenpol home, Sun.

A. J. Lammers made a business trip to Marshfield, Monday.

Eldred and Lucile Davis visited at the home of their aunt Mrs. Anthony the first of the week.

Sam Martin and family Sundayed at Louis Hayden’s.

Cash Ide is looking for a hired man.

Mrs. Chas. Hayden and Mrs. Hattie Starks were guests of Mrs. Breese last week, the former for one day and the latter for several days.

Mr. and Mrs. Agin left Monday evening for Sheboygan to attend the funeral of a brother-in-law.

Eldred Davis is attending the Granton school and boarding with his grandma since March 4.

Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Foemmel attended the Cyclone sale Saturday at Blum’s and consider it rightly named.

Mr. Rush Wentworth is expected any day. He intends to spend the summer on his farm.

Mr. Faust of Sheboygan spent Tuesday evening at John Pietenpol’s and from there took the midnight train home. Mr. and Mrs. Nonhof, Mr. and Mrs. Lammers also spent the evening there.



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