News: Pleasant Ridge (6 Feb 1919)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Huckstead, King, Wren, Counsell, Vine, Swann, Waterman, Gerhardt, Hughes, Housley

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 2/6/1919

Pleasant Ridge (6 Feb 1919)

Mrs. Ed. Huckstead spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Rube King.

The Ladies Aid was well attended at Mrs. Wren’s. The proceeds were $8.35 and Mrs. Joe Counsell invited the Aid to meet with her in Neillsville this month for dinner.

Corp. Ernest Vine came home last Wednesday night. He is the first Co. A boy to be mustered out. He is getting along fine after being in a hospital six months with a broken leg, received while at the front.

Mrs. Geo. Swann spent Sunday wither parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim King.

George Vine and family took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Will Waterman Sunday.

George and Bert Swann sawed wood for their father last Wednesday.

Oscar Gerhardt came home last Wednesday from the coast. He is another one of our brave boys. He made five trips across the sea during the war, being a sailor.

Mrs. James Hughes is suffering with eczema and is under the care of Dr. Housley.



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