East St. Louis Journal, May 29, 1896 (for more from this paper, read the
Tornado of 1896 newspaper
Miss Ida Jageman, of Staunton, is visiting Miss Grace Ripley of North Eighth Street
Mrs. John Beaird, is visiting relatives and friends in Belleville
Mrs. Carrie German and daughter, Miss Amelia, is spending a few days with Mrs. E. Ziegler, of 2809 Thomas street, St. Louis
Mr. E. P. Ramsey, of Carlyle, called on friends here yesterday
Mrs. E. Siefert, of Belleville, is the guest of Mrs. Harry Parry, of 637 N. Ninth street
City Attorney J. P. Streuber, of Highland, was in the city yesterday
Mr. George C. Rebhan, of Belleville, was a visitor here yesterday
Mrs. W. Wright and son Will, of Greenville, were visitors in the city yesterday
Mrs. C. Kissel, of Belleville, was in the city yesterday
Mr. E. E. Watts, of Greenville, was in the city yesterday
Rev. W. Wright, of Greenville, was in the city today
Mrs. T. L. Fekete, of 1010 Pennsylvania avenue, visited friends at St. Louis Wednesday
Mrs. M. F. Zent, of Belleville, was the guest of friends in the city today
Miss Maggie Riddle, of Belleville, was the guest of friends in the city today
Hon. W. A. Rodenberg, who was injured in the cyclone is improving nicely
Mr. Dan Kelly, who was injured during the cyclone Wednesday, is convalescing
East St. Louis Journal, June 6, 1896
Mr. John Watts, of Greenville, was in the city yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. W. Brown, of Carlyle, was in the city today
Mr. Walter Ditzell, of Greenville, was in the city today
Mr. E. Fink, of Carlyle, visited friends here yesterday
Miss Isabel V. Denny, of Greenville, visited friends here today
Mr. Cessman Andel, of Belleville, was a visitor in the city today
Mr. and Mrs. J. Randall, of Carlyle, were the guests of friends today
Messrs. Otto and Fred Rink, of Carlyle, was a visitor in the city yesterday
Mr. C. Yoch, of Belleville, was here today to attend the Yoch-Tissier wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Harston, of Greenville, were the guests of friends in the city yesterday
Mr. D. Hoen, of Joliet, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. Hoen, of 311 Missouri Avenue
Mr. A. Finke, of Alton, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Finke, of 214 Collinsville avenue
Mr. B. Morgan, of Decatur, was the guest of Miss Lulu Moorehead, of 622 Illinois avenue Sunday
Mrs. L. Van Quast, of St. Louis, visited Mrs. G. Lehman, of 309 Collinsville avenue yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Walt (?Wait)and daughter Miss Lillian, of Greeneville, were visitors here yesterday
Mrs. M. Carter, of Pinckneyville, is the guest of mr. and Mrs. T. M. Carter, of 311 Collinsville avenue
Mr. L. Derlieth, of Greenville, was the guest of his brother C. G. Derieth, of 320 Missouri avenue today
Mr. and Mrs. H. Bender, of Carlyle, were entertained yesterday by Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Niehoff, 1719 Ernest avenue
Mr. J. F. Watts and daughters, Misses Maude and Claudie, of Greenville, visited friends in the city yesterday
Mrs. C. W. Rothroffy and daughter Miss Annie, of New Athens, are being entertained by Mrs. J. Gain, of 1012 Summit avenue
Mr. George Hampton, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Schwab, of 28 Rockroad, returned at his home in Carbondale last evening
Mr. and Mrs. ? E. Hackman, and daughter Miss Marguerite, of Quincy, are the guests of Mr. A. E. Hackman, of 326 Missouri avenue today
Mr. and Mrs. T. Hammack, who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Cook, of 518 North Seventh street, returned to their home at Stugis, Ky., yesterday
List of letters remaining uncalled for in the post office at East St. Louis for the week ending May 30, 1896
Baker, E. F.
Baker, Miss Lena
Bradshaw, Mrs. Mary J.
Buchman, Miss Delia
Carter, Mrs. Rebecca
Chapman, Mrs. Lettie
Cox, Miss Nellie
Devin, Mrs. Mame
Dowler, Samuel V.
Fitzgerald, Mrs. Lou?
Graham, Miss Mable
Henderson, Miss Mary
James, Mrs. Mary
Lawson, Wm. G.
Miller, C. J.
Mounts, B. F.
Nipper, J. J.
Osborne, D. M.
Parker, Miss Cora
Pearson, A. D.
Peters, N. S.
Pickett, Miss Mary
Ploudre, J. F.
Prosser, H. M.
Raleigh, Jno. P.
Roger, W. M.
Shreve, J. W.
Turcell, Mrs. M. S.
Weir, H. W.
Williams, Miss Mary
Belt, V. W.
Rowland, Miss Maud
Smith, Miss Gerty
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