News: Pleasant Ridge (25 Feb 1915)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Huckstead, Swann, Newell, Drescher, Marty, Artemus, Counsell, Gerhardt, Brown, Eisentraut, Carter, Leichte, Blackman, Schultz, Howard, Selves, Hughes

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 2/25/1915

Pleasant Ridge (25 Feb 1915)

Wednesday, March 3, the Ladies Aid will be entertained by Mrs. A. Huckstead, assisted by Mrs. Ed. Huckstead and Mrs. Geo. Swann. Everybody is cordially invited for dinner.

Miss Newell will begin school at the church Monday, March 1st.

The roads were so bad Sunday that only about fifteen got out to Sunday School. There was no church.

Alfred Drescher sustained a bad cut over his eye while loading logs last Thursday. His sister, Clara, took him to Neillsville where a doctor dressed the wound, which is now healing nicely.

Mrs. Marty’s brother of Evansville came last week to spend a short time.

Mr. and Mrs. Artemus drove to Greenwood Saturday to visit her brother. They returned Monday.

Nina and Irene Counsell spent Saturday and Sunday at Mrs. Wm. Gerhardt’s in Neillsville.

Aleada Brown is visiting friends at Loyal.

Geo. Swann sold his bay driving horse to Alvin Eisentraut last week.

There was a card party at Bert Swann’s Saturday night.

Lester Carter and bride returned to their home in Crandon Saturday.

Mrs. Frank Drescher is caring for Mrs. Adolph Leichte, who is very sick.

Mesdames Blackman and Ed Huckstead spent last Wednesday with Mrs. Albert Schultz.

Arch Howard and family spent Sunday at Ed. Selves.

Mrs. Henry Counsell and Mrs. Jim Hughes spent Friday night at Joe Counsell’s.

Marie Carter spent Monday night with the Huckstead girls.

Several of the parents from here attended the program at the high school Monday afternoons and report it fine.

Quite a few from here attended the basketball game Saturday night.

Ed. Selves lost a new milch cow recently.

Edna Brown is helping Mrs. Albert Schultz with her sewing this week.



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