News: Pleasant Ridge (28 Sep 1917)


Surnames: Hughes, Counsell, Kuechenmeister, Paulson, Nickel, Peterson, Mace, Benedict, Huckstead, Slocomb, Hubing, Weingarten, Phelps,

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 09/28/1917

Dan Hughes was up from Menomonie Wednesday and attended the funeral of the late Mrs. Susan Counsell.

Mrs. Carl Kuechenmeister is quite ill and under the care of a professional nurse since Thursday. Her mother, Mrs. Nickel, is with her and helping in the care of the baby. The baby though is exceptionally well and happy.

Mr. and Mrs. Clemens Kuechenmeister and Miss Paulson autoed to Park Falls Sunday and visited Mr. and Mrs. Emil Peterson and were accompanied home by Miss Gladys Peterson. Enroute home all visited at Wm. Mace's in Rib Falls.

Mr. and Mrs. John Benedict of Nebraska, Mr. and Mrs. Lon Huckstead and daughter Mae spent Monday evening at Clemens Kuechenmeister's.

Ira Slocomb and Miss Mable Weingarten spent Friday evening with the young folks at Mrs. Mary Hubing's.

The Misses Mary Slocomb, Mary Huckstead, Mable Weingarten, and Miss Ora Phelps, in the Slocomb car, with the latter at the wheel, suffered an auto spill, a complete turnover, on the Ridge road last Saturday, which fortunately resulted in no more serious results than a badly wrecked car. The girls were fortunately thrown clear of the wreckage and escaped with slight bruises and had frights.

A particularly large delegation of Neillsville friends autoed out and attended the funeral of the late Mrs. Susan Counsell from the James Hughes home Wednesday.



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