News: Pleasant Ridge (1 OCT 1914)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Huckstead, Coffin, Blackman, Vine, Benedict, Brown, Slocomb, Miller, Selves, Wren, Eisentraut, Braatz, Kurth, Counsell, Carter, Zipfel, Waterman, Hammond, Gerhardt, Brenner, Hosley, Randall
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 10/1/1914
Pleasant Ridge (1 OCT 1914)
Mrs. Lon Huckstead will entertain the Ladies Aid Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 30th.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Coffin and Father Huckstead of Bradgate, Iowa, came Saturday for a week’s visit with H.O. Huckstead and other relatives. They autoed through starting Thursday. Although Mr. Huckstead is 81 years old he stood the trip well and was out to church Sunday.
The Blackman barn is being treated to a coat of paint this week.
George Vine and family spent Sunday with relatives at Shortville.
John Benedict and wife are spending the week at Joe Brown’s.
Ira Slocomb left last Monday for Madison to resume his studies at the law University.
Anna Miller of Marshfield spent last week at Richard Selves’.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Miller on the Wren farm a girl on Sept. 24.
Alvin Eisentraut and wife and Mr. and Mrs. Braatz autoed to Glove and back Sunday.
Alice Kurth spent Saturday night with Nina Selves.
Mrs. Sarah Selves spent a day last week with Mrs. Henry Counsell.
There was a marshmallow party at Henry Carter’s Saturday evening.
There was a husking bee at Lewis Zipfel’s Monday night and one at Will Waterman’s Tuesday night.
Miss Hammond and 12 of her pupils from Neillsville visited school here Friday afternoon.
Wm. Gerhardt and wife brought Rev. Brenner out Sunday and attended church.
Henry Hosley and Kenneth Randall spent Saturday night with Clifford Blackman.
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