News: Foemmel Corners (26 Oct 1917)


Surnames: Davis, Pietenpol, Johnson, Cornwell, Wierenzenski, Wentworth, Treichel, Ehlers, Ackerman, Frei, Pischer, Lastofka

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 10/26/1917

The cheese meeting was postponed last week on account of bad weather and was held this week Tuesday.

Mrs. Truman Davis went to Rozellville Friday and stayed until Monday with the A.M. Johnson family.

Frederick Pietenpol was on the sick list and unable to attend school on Monday.

In a letter from caroll Cornwell, who is at Waco, Texas, he says he is busy breaking horses for the army and would like to see some of our snow down there, for its hot enough to fry eggs in the sun.

Capt. Louis B. Davis writes from Ft. Leavenworth, Kan. "There are about one thousand of us and we all eat in one hall. About the 20th the training period will be half over.

Dr. Wierenzenski of Marshfield came Monday to see some sick calves of Rush Wentworth's.

Truman Davis, who was chairman of the town committee in York, spent most of the week in getting solicitors on behalf of the Liberty Loan.

M. Treichel at teh cheese meeting agreed to buy each patron's milk from Nov. 1. To April 1, at least, prices as is paid at the condensary.

Mrs. Gay Ehlers spent several days this week with Mrs. Geo. Frei.

Ella Ackerman, Elsie Pischer, Mabel Lastofka autoed out to Ed Ackerman's with Mr. Treichel last Sunday.





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