News: Pleasant Ridge (23 Nov 1917)


Surnames: Renne, Dietrich, Rausch, Washburn, Baer, Kuechenmeister, Hubing, Faas, Schaefer, Hiles, Hughes, Walker, Drescher, Kurth, Root, Hantke, Slocomb, Lynch

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 11/23/1917

Mr. and Mrs. Russ Renne and children autoed over from Nasonville Sunday and spent the day at John Dietrich's. Miss Beatrice Renne only remained over for a more extended visit there and with Mrs. John Rausch at Granton.

John Dietrich and family enjoyed an auto trip to Marshfield Saturday.

Mrs. R.T. Washburn of Lynn, with mrs. Baer of Granton soliciting Y.M.C.A. funds, were guests at Mrs. Clemens Kuechenmeister at dinner last Saturday.

Mrs. Frank Root and baby Verna of Rudolph came up last Saturday for a visit with her mother Mrs. Mary Hubing, and other relatives.

Will Hubing of Montana, who visited his mother Mrs. Mary Hubing and other relatives here last week, left for home on Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Faas, who went to Plymouth last week Tuesday and attended the wedding of a relatives, are home since last week Thursday. Edwin Schaefer drove to Granton and met them Thursday evening.

Otto Hiles went to Clifford on a hunting trip on Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. James Hughes and family with Mrs. Clint Walker spent Saturday evening at Clemens Kuechenmeister's.

Miss Clara Drescher of Neillsville is staying with Mrs. Arthur Drescher this week while Arthur is away on a hunting trip.

Mrs. Robert Kurth spent the first half of the week here among relatives.

Will Hubing left on the return trip to his home in Montana on Tuesday.

Mrs. Frank Root and daughter are here from Rudolph visiting her mother Mrs. Mary Hubing while Frank is away hunting.

Several ladies helped Mrs. Otto Hantke butcher geese and turkeys Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Clint Walker of Boston, Mass., with their youngest son, moved onto their Tioga real estate 5 weeks ago, and Mrs. Walker, better known as Mayme Lynch, was a welcome visitor at James Hughes', Otis Slocomb's and other old friends' homes here last week.

Oscar Kuechenmeister and Otto Walters are at Tomahawk since Tuesday.



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