News: Foemmels Corners (13 Mar 1914)
Contact: Betty Comstock
Surnames: Foemmel, Herman, Smith, Hayden, Winn, Ross, Krause, Ackerman, Johnson, Pietenpol, Spiser, Hefty, Frei, Wright, Osgood, Krejci, Roehl, Davis
------ Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 03/13/1914
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Foemmel went to Stratford Saturday for a several days visit.
Mr. Herman who has been visiting the Foemmel’s here returned home to Stratford Saturday.
Mrs. Herman Smith attended the ladies aid at York Center last week Wednesday.
Mrs. Lou Hayden gave her husband a surprise part last week Thursday evening in honor of his birthday and everyone seemed to be having the best time ever when all at once little Ralph Winn, Clifford Winn’s oldest boy, fell and broke one of the bones in his leg between the knee and ankle. Dr. Ross was called in and the little fellow made as comfortable as possible in a short time. At present he is doing nicely.
Joe Krause and family spent Saturday evening at Ed Ackerman’s.
Alfred Johnson attended a meeting of the cheese board at Granton Saturday.
John Pietenpol and family Sundayed at Henry Pietenpol’s
Mr. and Mrs. Spiser of Lynn and John Hefty Sr. and family spent Sunday evening at Geo. Frei’s.
F.W. Davis and N.E. Lee spent Sunday afternoon at Truman Davis’.
Herman Smith and family visited relatives in Shortville Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Frei and daughter did shopping in Neillsville last Friday.
Mrs. John Pietenpol spent Sunday night with Mrs. Melvina Wright and took the early freight to Neillsville where she is having dental work done.
The Mesdames Ackerman and Hefty visited Mrs. Frei Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Osgood entertained about a dozen and a half of their neighbors at a card party Monday evening. Although the sleighing was rather thin, Myron conveyed the people from their homes in a big sleigh.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Foemmel and Mrs. Johnson drove down and took dinner with Mrs. Foemmel’s father on Monday and then continued on their way to Neillsville.
Vic and Tom Krejci are home from Adolph Foemmel’s near Chili where they have been at work cutting wood.
Herman Roehl and family of Chili Sundayed at Ed Ackerman’s.
The Windfall birthday club met with Mrs. Alfred Johnson Friday, March 13th and helped her celebrate her birthday by tying off some quilts.
Lila Davis entertained about a dozen little school mates last Saturday in honor of her seventh birthday.
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