News: Pleasant Ridge (27 Mar 1919)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Vine, Wildish, Patey, Cook, Smith, Raine, Huckstead, Brown, Selves, Carter, King, Hall, Darling, Salisbury, Colman, Hubing, Slocomb, Kuetchenmeister, Wren, Kier

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 3/27/1919

Pleasant Ridge (27 Mar 1919)

Mrs. George Vine called on Mrs. Johnnie Wildish last Wednesday, who was very low at that time.

The community meeting is postponed another week on account of Mr. Patey being unable to be with us. There is to be a Y.M.C.A. meeting at Neillsville Friday night.

Leah Cook attended Sunday School on the Ridge Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Smith and family spent Sunday afternoon and took tea with the George Vine family.

Miss Ruby Raine spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Harold Huckstead, and attended church.

Miss Mary Huckstead entertained company from Neillsville Sunday.

Milo Browns’ friends dropped in on him Saturday night and gave him a little surprise in honor of his birthday.

Grandma Selves and Mrs. Arlo Huckstead came back from Crandon last Thursday and brought Grandma Vine with them, accompanied by Mrs. Henry Carter. Mrs. Vine is feeling some better, and it was thought that the change would do her good.

Miss Lydia King and Miss Beatrice Hall spent Friday night with Mrs. Fred Darling and attended the lecture course.

The Ladies’ Aid was well attended at Mrs. Salisbury’s. The proceeds amounting to $7.50 and we were invited to meet with Mrs. Colman at Neillsville next time.

George Hubing is hauling baled hay to Neillsville.

Miss Mary Slocomb spent Sunday afternoon with Miss Anita Kuetchenmeister.

Mrs. Clayton Vine spent several days of last week with Mrs. Lon Huckstead.

Mr. Wren is busy sawing logs now. He has several men working for him.

The Fred Kier family is moving to their farm in the town of York.



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