Pleasant Ridge (25 Feb. 1937)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Kitche, Hubing, Haines, Hughes, Whitman, Buss, Lowe, Vine, Magnusons, Brown, Handke, Klapper
----Sources: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 25 Feb. 1937
East Pleasant Ridge
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Mrs. Chas. Hubing had the Larkin club Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Robert Haines, spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. J. E. Hughes while her husband attended the meeting at the hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Whitman of Humboldt, Iowa came for the funeral of Mr. Buss. Mrs. Whitman being a niece. They started back Friday afternoon.
Mrs. J. E. Hughes spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Adelaide Lowe.
Miss Haines went to Black River Falls Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Vine, Marjorie and Dorothy spent Sunday at Alfred Magnusons celebrating Shirley’s birthday, It falling on Monday.
Herbert Brown is staying with his aunt, Mrs. Joe Buss.
Mrs. Fred Vine spent the week at the Buss home.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Handke, Mrs. Reuben Handke and daughter drove to Green Bay last Tuesday to see Mrs. Walter Klapper who had just returned from the hospital. They found her recovering nicely and returned home Wednesday evening.
I think our teacher Miss Haines has some of the old pioneer blood in her to walk in the Sunday blizzard three miles to her boarding place. Don’t you.
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