News: Pleasant Ridge (30 Aug 1962)


Surnames: Foote, Johnston, Wik, Neff, Counsell, Babka, Hubing, Yankee, Hantke, Blackman, Parrett, Wren, Selves, Dahnert, Pringle, Beyer, Syth, Short, Qualley


----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) August 30, 1962


Pleasant Ridge (30 August 1962)


Mr. and Mrs. Charles Foote and sons picnicked Sunday at Mead Dam with the Neil Johnston family of Loyal.


Dennis Wik, Menomonie, visited Saturday with Jerry Foote.  The Wiks are former residents of Neillsville.


Mr. and Mrs. Charles Neff, Sr., Neillsville, were Sunday callers at the Clarion Counsell home.


Mr. and Mrs. John Babka accompanied their son, Larry Babka, and his family of Black River Falls, to Green Bay Friday.  Saturday they attended the wedding of a relative. They returned Sunday and the Larry Babka family visited at the Arthur Hubing home.


Wendell Hubing, Granton, visited Sunday afternoon with his father, Art Hubing.


Mrs. J. A. Yankee, Oshkosh, was an overnight guest Friday of her sister, Mrs. Genevieve Hantke, and left Saturday for Ladysmith for a visit of several days with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Hugh Yankee.


Arthur Hubing spent Wednesday and Thursday at the Larry Babka home in Black River Falls.


Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Blackman and August Janke visited Monday evening at the Gladys Parrett home in Neillsville.


Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wren, Sidney, called Sunday at the Ted Selves home.


Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Blackman were among those who gathered at the Henry Dahnert home in Neillsville Saturday evening and helped Mrs. Dahnert observe her birthday.  Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Pringle and children and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pringle and family of the Alma Center area; and Mr. and Mrs. August Beyer.


Kent Syth, nine months, of Greenwood was cared for by his aunt, Mrs. Glenn Short, for several days, while his parents drove to Chicago, Ill., to get their daughter, who has been working there this summer.


Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Short and family and Mrs. Gene Short visited Sunday afternoon at the Richard Qualley home in the Town of Sherwood.



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