Ridge (8 June 1939)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Howard, Erickson, Eisentraut, Hubing, Braatz, Harms, Bauman, Feut, Wilding, Pool, Enerson, Thorson, Schultz, Short, Hughes, Vine, Voestig
----Sources: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thurs., 8 June 1939
Pleasant Ridge - Mrs. J. E. Hughes - Phone: Granton, 2009
The circle met with Mrs. Elvah Howard last Friday.
Miss Clara Erickson who is employed in Milwaukee spent a few days visiting her relatives, Mrs. Carl Eisentraut, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Erickson, and also at the Chas. Hubing home.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Braatz spent Sunday at Leonard Braatz’s near Greenwood and visited with Mrs. Leonard Bratz’s relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harms of Lake Geneva and her father, Mr. Fred Bauman of Burlington, Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Fred Bauman and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Feut of Burlington spent with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bratz then on to Leonards.
Mr. and Mrs. George Wilding of California have had a busy week visiting. They lunched on the back porch of the Hughe’s home Tuesday night, called at Arnold Worchel’s, George Vines’ and cemetery Wednesday. Alvin Eisentrauts and a fishing trip Friday and took in the pet parade Saturday and Sunday the Hughes and Chas. Pool and wife of Neillsville joined them at Lee Gower’s, Granton, and an all-day visited resulted. Old memories the subject.
The families of William Vine and Chas. Hubing enjoyed a day of picnicking at Greenwood Park Sunday.
Mr. Enerson of La Crosse, who is employed at the Henry Bratz home, had company from that place Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Everson and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thorson.
Elmer Schultz is at home again but in bed yet, we understand, Speedy recovery, Elmer.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Short and family also Donald Hughes, went to Marshfield Saturday afternoon. While there they called on Mrs. James West who is recovering, nicely from a gall stone operation. Her mother, Mrs. Alfred Bartz is also a patient there. Both ladies are in the same room.
Gordon Vine is away on a camping trip.
The George Vine family entertained relatives from St. Paul last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Voestig and two sons of Galesville spent Tuesday afternoon and evening at the Arlo Huckstead home, returning to their home Wednesday.
**Note the spelling of Bratz, Braatz - This is the way it was in the original write up.
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