News: Pleasant Ridge (19 Mar 1914)
Surnames: Carter, Drescher, Huckstead, Keutchenmeister, Slocomb, Blackman, Howard, Counsell, Lowe, Vine, Pitcher, Benedict, West, Wren, Miller, Stanley, Brown, Jahr, Crothers, Sears, Stevens, Nogle, Hughes
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Mar 19, 1914
Pleasant Ridge (19 Mar 1914)
Mrs. Henry Carter will entertain the Ladies Aid for dinner Wednesday, March 25.
Frank Drescher and daughter, Clara, went to Eau Claire Saturday to see his son, who had two toes taken off at the hospital there last Thursday.
Three of the high school teachers spent Friday night at H.O. Huckstead’s and two at Arlo Huckstead’s. Saturday the freshmen young ladies of P.R. with their parents and teachers had a jolly day at the Keutchenmeister home.
Isabelle Slocomb went to Greenwood Saturday to begin her millinery work.
Ina Huckstead entertained a few young people Saturday evening.
Clifford Blackman spent Sunday with his cousin, Alvah Howard.
Mrs. Otis Slocomb had a feather bee last Thursday.
O.E. Counsell and wife gave a dinner to the creamery officers and their wives last Thursday. Jesse Lowe and wife were there also.
Florence Huckstead entertained a few young people last Thursday.
Clayton Vine drove to Prey after his wife and baby one day last week.
Mrs. John Vine visited at Grandma Pitcher’s in Neillsville Saturday.
Julius Benedict and wife spent Sunday at Ed Huckstead’s.
Hattie Drescher spent a day with Florence Huckstead.
Will West, wife and baby spent last Tuesday afternoon and evening at the Blackman home.
Sereno Wren has a man and his wife in the name of Miller working for him.
Roy Stanley sawed wood for Joe Counsell Monday.
Edna Brown accompanied Mrs. Jahr to Nevins Friday after Miss Myra visited her school.
Mr. and Mrs. Drescher spent a day last week at Emil Jahr’s.
O.E. Counsell and Arlo Huckstead delivered cows to Neillsville Monday.
Sadie Blackman of Columbia was home Saturday and Sunday.
Mesdames Carter, Crothers, Sears, Stevens and Nogle of Neillsville visited Mrs. Jim Hughes last Wednesday afternoon.
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