News: Foemmel Corners (17 Apr 1914)

Contact: Betty Comstock


Surnames: Beeckler, Pietenpol, Anthony, Daughtetee, Cornwell, Altenaburg, Tremelling, Tompkins, Johnson, Davis, Cattanach, Luther, Frei, Hefty

-----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 04/17/1914

Truman Davis and family spent Easter Sunday at Frank Davis.

At the contest in Pearl Beeckler’s school, Alta Wright was first in spelling, Frederick Pietenpol and Ruby Anthony second.  In arithmetic, Ruby Anthony was first, Frederick Pietenpol and Theron Daughtetee were second.

Carroll Cornwell was a Sunday guest of friends on the Ridge.

Nellie Altenaburg is spending some time with her aunt Mrs. Tremelling.

Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Tompkins Sundayed at John Pientenpol’s.

There was a cheese meeting at A. Johnson’s factory Wed. evening.

Truman Davis and father took dinner at John Pientenpol’s one day this week.

Carroll Cornwell met the 2 o’clock train Saturday to exchange greetings with his sister, Mrs. W. Cattanach, his mother and sister Miss Blanche who were on their way to Loyal, where on Sunday Miss Blanche became the bride of one Mr. Luther, a cheesemaker of that place.

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Frei and Mrs. John Hefty went to Neillsville to see Barbara Frei and Joe Hefty confirmed in the Reformed Lutheran Church on Good Friday.           



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