News: Foemmels Corners (20 Mar 1914)
Contact: Betty Comstock
Surnames: Davis, Schweinler, Ackerman, Hefty, Gerzemeble, Frei, Storm, Hammler, Pischer, Schmidt, Smith, Hayden, Lee, Tremeling, Pietenpol, Krause, Tompkins,
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 03/20/1914
Truman Davis had Dr. Schweinler out Saturday to see a colt that had fallen over the fence and struck on her back. The doctor couldn’t find any broken bones and at present the colt is some better, but is still very lame and sore.
Last Sunday the Mesdames Ed. Ackerman, John Hefty, Gerzemeble, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Frei, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Storm, Mr. Hammler and Mrs. Pischer took the eleven o’clock train for Humbird to attend the dedication of the German Reformed Church. Rev. Schmidt of Neillsville who is also pastor of the Humbird church met them at the depot and escorted them to the basement of the church where dinner was served. Mrs. Ackerman met one of the ministers that she knew quite a few years ago when he first finished college.
Joe Frei has hired out to work for Al N? this summer.
Mrs. Frei and Mrs. Hefty while on their way home from Granton, Tuesday had the misfortune to break the reach of the buggy. But as luck would have it they were nearly home sot the walk wasn’t far.
Herman Smith and family attended the services at the M.E. Church at York Center Sunday.
Little Gilbert Hayden, Edward Lee and Lyman Tremeling were quite sick with indigestion early this week.
John Pietenpol has carpenters at work finishing off the upper rooms of his home.
Louise Krause is quite sick and under the doctors care since Saturday afternoon.
The John Pietenpol and Truman Davis families were among those to partake of the birthday dinner at the J.M. Tompkins home last Sunday given in honor of F.W. Davis birthday.
Amelia Krause came home Monday to see her sister who is ill.
Herman Smith did chores Wednesday for Truman Davis while the latter went to Neillsville.
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