News: Pleasant Ridge (16 Nov 1917)


Surnames: Eisentraut, Kuechenmeister, Jahr, Huckstead, Slocomb, Brown, Drescher, Hubing, Hill, Kurth, Hitchendorf, Petznick, Hill

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 11/16/1917

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Eisentraut and Mr. and Mrs. Clemens Kuechenmeister autoed to Unity Thursday and visited at Wm. Jahr's.

The aid at Mrs. Lon Huckstead's was well attended, and the proceeds amounted to $6.65.

Mrs. Lon Huckstead and Mrs. Hill spent last Friday with Mrs. Otis Slcocomb.

A goodly delegation of Red Cross workers from the Neillsville Chapter attended the ladies aid meeting of Mrs. Leo Huckstead's and distributed yarn and needles among the new recruits to the knitting force on Wednesday.

Mrs. Joe Brown is improving nicely, although as yet confined to her home.

Mrs. Julius Drescher is on the gain now.

Mrs. Clemens Kuechenmeister attended the Aid and made some pleasant calls among the sick on Wednesday.

Will Hubing is here from Montana since Wednesday evening on a few days visit at his mother's, Mrs. Mary Hubing's.

Mrs. Hill, who spent the summer at Bert Huckstead's, left for Milwaukee to attend the funeral of a young man cousin. Mr. Hitchendorf of that city, who died very suddenly on Wednesday. The funeral is set for today, Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Petznick were given a big house warming and pleasant surprise party last Saturday night by their neighbors, when a long to be remembered pleasant time was had. Games, visiting and a fine lunch helped out the evening's program.



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