News: Town Hall Corners (27 Feb 1914)


Surnames: King, Vine, Wilding, Huckstead, Hall, Darling, Matheson, Selves, Carter

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 02/27/1914

Mrs. Jim King and Mrs. Fred Vine went to Marshfield Wednesday to visit friends and particularly Mrs. Geo. Wilding who is ill at the hospital.

Roy King and family who burned out and lost all their household goods last week have moved into one of Ted Huckstead’s houses.  The Hall house which was burned was partially insured.

The Pleasant Ridge Ladies Aid met at Mrs. Lon Huckstead’s last week Thursday and spent the day in sewing for Mrs. Roy King and her children.

Merrill Darling, the fattest seven months old baby the Ridge ever saw, Fred Darling’s only child, is ill since Tuesday.  Dr. Matheson of Neillsville is attending.

Richard Selves had a hay bee Wed. and hauled to Kurth.

Henry Carter had a log bee last Friday and another on Saturday, getting ready to build that new barn.




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