Pleasant Ridge (29 Oct 1914)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Coleman, Selves, Counsell, Huckstead/Hackstead, Wilding, Vine, King, Baker, Hills, Slocomb, West, Dous, Carter, Jahr, Drescher, Brown, Blackman, Rodman, Marg
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 10/29/1914
Pleasant Ridge (29 OCT 1914)
Rev. Coleman has been assigned to the pastorate here this year and will hold services every Sunday now.
Mrs. Elmer Selves attended church here Sunday.
Clarion Counsell and Harold Huckstead returned Friday from their Iowa trip. They had a fine time.
Arlo Huckstead and George Wilding and their wives took John Vine and wife, Mrs. Lon Huckstead and Mrs. Jim King to Merrillan one day last week.
Bernice Baker of Levis spent the weekend with Florence Huckstead.
Mrs. Lizzie Hills spent most of last week with friends in Neillsville.
Lydia Slocomb came out from Neillsville Saturday night for a two weeks visit with her sister, Mrs. Geo. West.
Wm. Dous is home from his visit to St. Paul.
Henry Huckstead and daughter spent a few days of this week at Lon Hacksteadís.
Henry Carter, Fred Vine, and Arlo Huckstead and their families autoed to Hatfield Saturday to fish, but failed to get any.
Ed. and Clara Jahr of Granton spent Sunday at Frank Drescherís.
Irma Wilding spent a day of last week with Aleada Brown.
Daphan Blackman spent this week with her grandmother.
Dell Rodman and wife of Neillsville and Joe Counsell and wife spent Sunday with Ed. Selves and wife.
Lewis Marg finished his work at O.E. Counsellís Saturday and went home Sunday. They will get along without a man this winter.
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