St. Clair County, IL
Gossip and "Visiting" News Items
East St. Louis Journal, 26 Jan
- James Lefk, a Cairo attorney was in our city on Wednesday.
- Ex-Mayor Coppinger, of Alton was in the city on last Tuesday.
- Chas. Boeschenstein (?) mayor of Edwardsville was in our city on last Monday
- H.F. Fewings, agent of the News Co. here has gone to London, England
- Hon. Breese Glass, of Madison County, gave E. St. Louis a call on Tuesday
- Isaac Noton is assisting City Collector Martell in the collection of taxes
- Capt. Timothy Grus, of Highland, paid a visit of inspection to E. St. Louis this
- Katie Manion and Delia Mortarty, and Willie Godin are manipulating type
on this paper
- Bishop Ryan of Alton, has been the guest of Bishop Jansen at Belleville this
- Prof. Villars of McKendree college delivered a discourse in the M.E. Church on
lst Sunday evening
- Mrs. Charles T. Jones, wife of superintendant Jones of the National Stockyards
is visiting at Lacon, Ill.
- Ex-County Clerk Hugh E. Bayle(?) of Edwardsville has been prospecting in E. St.
Louis for several days
- Hon. E. H. Burroughs, Democratic candidate for Circuit Judge, has been making
acquaintances here this week
- Edmund Keane of this city and his fair bride from Cincinnati have taken up their
residence in St. Louis
- Peter W. Baker, the veteran journalist of the Southwest, has accepted a position
on this paper
- George Hursey(?) of this city, the best job printer in this section, has
charge of the job and mechanical dept. of this journal
- J.N. Strickland, general agent of the Equitable Life Insurance company, will,
as soon as the St. Mary's Hospital fair is over, endeavor to secure the services of the ladies, who are canvassing
for that fair, as solicitors for his company. As for persistency he surrenders to them.
- Oliver Belleville seeks a separation from his wife, Belle, but wants to retain
custoday of their two children.
East St. Louis Journal, 2 Feb 1889
- Circuit Clerk Scott was in this city on last Monday
- Deputy County Clerk Fiefschbein was here on last Monday on official business
- City Clerk J.W. McCullough of Belleville was in this city on Thursday
- Miss Josie Griffin, after a weeks pleasant visit in St. Louis, returned home
- The Journal acknowledges a call from Father Koeing, pastor of St. Henry' Catholic
- Mr. Charles Morrison, a prominent young attorney of Waterloo, Ill. was in this
city on Thursday
- Mr. G.A. Coerner and Mr. W.M. Honer, two prominent Belleville attorneys, visited
E. St.Louis Tuesday.
- O.F. Krese, A.J. Jones and John Graney, of this city have been drawn as jurors.
East St. Louis Journal, March
- H.D. Sexton left for Eureka Springs
- C.D. McCasland spent this day
in St.Louis on business
- Mrs. W.D. Van Blarcom of Alton
Ill, was in the city today
- Cyrus Happy, a prominent Edwardsville
attorney, was in the city Saturday
- E. Phillips of Alton will make
East St. Louis his headquarters after April 1st
- J.J. McGlynn,spent saturday in
- Mrs.Bell Utt, of 20th st and Franklin
Ave. St.Louis, visited her sister, Miss Maggie Stephens today
- Mr. Zan Cotter of Wichita Kansas,
is in the city looking for location in the drug business
- Miss Louise Franklin of Chicago,is
the guest of Miss May Mills 715 Summet Ave.
- Ed. Hutchinson of Waverly Ill,
came to town Saturday to enter into real estate business
- B.G. Dorsey, one of Alton's coal
dealers, passed through our city Sunday, enroute to Collinsville
- Mrs. Frank Brocker, wife of yardmaster
Brocker,of the C.B. &Q, has returned from a visit to Chicago
- Miss Katie Laven of St.Louis is
the guest of Mrs. Maurice O'Connell on Collinsville Ave.
- Mrs. Mulconnery, nee Bergin, of
Belleville, paid a visit to her sister, Mrs. Dr. Dellan, on Saturday night
- M.S. Campbell, a former citizen
of St.Louis, but later of Chicago, has returned to reside in E.St.Louis,he will probably purchase property here.
- James Lett of Tenth St. is looking
for his grandson, Wm. Baker , who ran away from home yesterday.
THE FOLLOWING HAVE REGISTERED
AT THE TREMONT HOUSE SINCE SATURDAY NOON:
John Johnson, of Paducah
Iowa, Samuel Smithers of Beardstown Ill, and Thomas Powell and daughter of Effingham Ill.
Mascoutah Herald, 6 March 1891:
- Mr. M. Outhouse, of Belleville, was in Mascoutah on Monday
- Mr. William Ogden, of Rentchler, was seen on our streets yesterday
- Mrs. Charles Baumgaeriner, of St. Louis, was visiting relatives here on Sunday
- Miss Lizzie Weitz, who has been visiting here for some time, returned to her
home at Lenzburg last Saturday. Mr. Emil Goebel, our broom manufacturer, accompanied her, and will visit
at that place a short time
- Mr. Stephen Roehl has accepted a position with our genial station agent, Mr.
Charles B. Gammon, as assistant. He will learn to tick the wires. Steve is one of our good young men,
and we hope he will become a successful operator
- Mr. Ferdinand Meyer, Jr., left for Lexington, Mo., last Friday, where he has
- Alderman George Dietz was over at Millstadt last Friday on a visit to his mother
who is seriously ill.
- Mr. Charles Scheve returned last Friday morning after a hunting tour of two months
in Southeast Missouri
- Mrs. William Puschner went to St. Louis on Wednesday to attend the funeral of
an infant child of Mr. Zimmer
- Miss Sophia Lingenfelder left on Monday for Louisville, Ill., where she will
visit Mr. Phillip Becquet and family for several weeks
Mascoutah Herald, 13 March 1891
- Miss Emma Becker left for St. Louis on Tuesday evening
- Mr. Henry Tu--ck left for St. Louis Wednesday evening
- Mrs. M. Cuthouse, of Belleville, was in Mascoutah yesterday
- Mr. Morris A. Margious was down from Trenton yesterday
- Mrs. John Kasch returned from Mt. Olive last Sunday morning
- Mr. Otto Foeller, of St. Louis, was visiting relatives here on Sunday
- Miss Esther Ogden, of Rentchler, called on friends here on Monday
- Mr. John Nickel, of St. Louis, was visiting his parents here last Sunday
- Miss Mary Puschner, of St. Louis, paid her parents here a visit this week
- Mr. Conrad Burgard, Supervisor of Fayetteville, was in Mascoutah on Monday
- Mr. Julius Hoffmann, of Lebanon, was in Mascoutah on business last Monday
- Mr. Fred Griesemer, of St. Louis, was here on Sunday on a visit to his parents
- Mr. Arthur Tuerek, who is employed at St. Louis, was here on a visit to his mother
- Mr. Philip Mager, of St. Louis, was in Mascoutah last Sunday, visiting his brother
Mr. Henry Mager
- Mr. George Meyer, Jr., came home from St. Louis on Sunday evening and will remain
for three weeks
- Mr. Sol. Spiedloch and family, of St. Louis, were visitors with Mr. Meyer Margious
and family, on Sunday
- Mrs. J. G. Schaaf and Mrs. Lellich, of St. Louis, were the guests of Alderman
and Mrs. John Brickmer last Sunday
- Miss Anna L. Darnbrough, teacher of the Pleasant Hill school at Belleville, was
in our city on Saturday, visiting friends
- Mrs. Philip Bishop and children left for her home at Red Bud on Tuesday, after
a visit of several weeks here with her parents
- Mrs. Peter Baumgaertner returned to her home at Okawville last Sunday evening,
after a visit of several weeks with relatives in this city
- The Misses Emily Kissel and Maggie Jakobs returned from St. Louis on Tuesday,
where they were employed in a wholesale millinery establishment as trimmers
- Mrs. Dr. Rembe and her sister, Miss Nellie Hogshead attended the graduating exercises
at the St. Louis College of Physicians and Surgeons, which took place last Tuesday night
- Mr. Thomas J. Harryman, a prominent politician of this place, left for Springfield
last Monday morning. The effects of his skillful engineering is evinced by the fact that Palmer was speedily
elected after his appearance on the field of battle. He should have gone up there seven weeks ago
- Mr. Henry Hobit has purchased the meat market of Mr. Andrew Striegel at Nashville.
He will retire from the hotel and saloon business here and move his family to that city shortly [Mascoutah
Herald, 13 March 1891]
The Mascoutah Herald, 3 April 1891
- Koch's lymph is being used at St. Elizabeth's hospital in Belleville
- Mr. F. H. Padfield moved his family to Belleville on Wednesday, where he will
conduct a private boarding house
- Mr. J. W. Stoffel authorizes us to state that he will not be a candidate for
Alderman at the ensuing city election
- The personal property of the late John Beck will be sold at public auction at
Mr. George Meyer's place in this city, on Saturday afternoon, April 11th
- Mr. C. Haase and family have moved to St. Louis, where they will hereafter reside.
Mr. Joseph Becker and family have moved into the house of Mr. Haase
- A team belonging to Mr. Phillip Zapp took fright on monday and ran into the porch
in front of Reichardt's store, damaging the porch, and springwagon to which it was hitched, somewhat
- Mr. Philip Michael of Belleville was in Mascoutah on last friday
- Mr. Hugo Meyer of St. Louis, paid his parents here a visit on Sunday
- Mr. William Mertz of St. Louis here on a visit to his parents on Sunday
- Mr. Louis Stueckel and family, of St. Louis, were visiting here during Easter
- Mr. John Kuanth?, of St. Louis, was visiting relatives and friends here on Easter
- Mr. Charles Hauser, of Okawville, came over Monday evening to attend the entertainment
of the Mascoutah Musical Union
- Mr. George A. Liebig, of St. Louis, was over to visit his parents on Easter Sunday
- Miss Edna Gwillim, was visiting friends at Nashville on Saturday and Sunday
- Dr. John A. Fries and wife of St. Louis were visiting his parents here on Sunday
- Prof. Joseph P. Foeller and family, of St. Louis, visited relatives here on Sunday
- Mr. Henry Kuehn returned from his trip to Fort Wayne and Chicago, Friday evening
- Mr. John Kelb and family, of O'Fallon, were here on a visit to relative during
- Mr. Adam Lischer and family, of Belleville, were visiting his parents here on
- Mr. Emil Schmidt, of the Nashville Volksblatt and Journal, was in our city Tuesday
- Mr. Conrad Kutterer, of St. Louis, spent Easter Sunday at the home of his parents
- Mrs. K. Zachela and Mrs. J. Oetting, of St. Louis, were over on a visit during
- Mr. and Mrs. William Kuehn were visiting relatives near Carlyle a few days of
- Mr. Henry Hogshead, of Nashville, was visiting with Dr. C. Rembe and family this
- Mr. William Rampenthal and family of Belleville visited relatives in our city
- Mr. Mich. Baehr?, of East St. Louis was a visitor at the home of his mother here
- Messrs. Julius and William Puschner, of St. Louis, paid their parents here a
visit on Sunday
- Mr. George Fritz, of Belleville, was the guest of Judge H. J. Decker and family
- Mrs. F. T. Baldorf, of Freeburg, was visiting relatives and friends here during
the Easter holidays
- Mr. Charles Dittmann and family, of Belleville, were visiting relatives here
during Easter holidays
- Mrs. John Hatzenbuehler and children, of St. Louis, are visiting relatives in
Mascoutah this week
- Miss Minnie Mollmann, of New Athens, spent the Easter holidays at the home of
- Mr. J. A. Farmer and family, of Belleville, were visiting in Mascoutah during
the Easter holidays
- Miss Tillie Crossmann, of Fayetteville, is visiting in Mascoutah, the guests
of Dr. C. Rembe and family
- Mrs. John Ragland and children, of Belleville, were visiting relatives and friends
hereabouts last week
- Mr. Henry Wolf and Miss Emma Gaubatz, of Belleville, were visiting relatives
and friends here on Monday
- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bassler were at Carlyle last Sunday, attending the funeral
of Mr. Bassler's grandmother
- Mr. George Decker and family of Belleville, were visitors with Judge H. J. Decker
and family, Easter Sunday
- Mrs. Charles Miller, of St. Louis, is visiting in Mascoutah this week, the guest
of Mr. Geo. F. Rausch and family
- Mrs. W. T. Camlen returned to her home at St. Louis Sunday evening, after a visit
of several weeks with her parents here
- Mr. Fred Jacobs came over from St. Louis on Monday and took in the entertainment
of the Mascoutah Musical Union
- Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer and Mr. Julius Stelert, of Belleville, were visiting
with Mr. Stelert's parents here on Sunday
- The Misses Esther and Lizzie Ogden, of Rentchler, attended the concert of the
Mascoutah Musical Union on Monday evening
- Mr. F. B. Merker, Belleville's photographer, was in Mascoutah on Monday and took
in the entertainment of the Mascoutah Musical Union
- Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Zapp, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. John Schwecke, of St. Louis, were
visitors with Mr. Jacob Zapp, Sr., and family, on Sunday
- Miss Emma Fullmer, of New Athens, and Miss Olive Roach, of Belleville, attended
the entertainment of the Mascoutah Musical Union on Monday evening
The Mascoutah Herald, 10 April 1891
- Under the head of announcements will be found the name of Alderman Henry Bruegel.
He is a candidate for Mayor at the ensuing city election
- The late Mrs. George Bernius held a life insurance policy in the Metropolitan
of New York for the amount of $110, which was paid by the Company's representative yesterday
- Mrs. Charles H. Telchmann, of New Baden, has purchased the Eagle Hotel building
from Mr. J. P. Friess, paying there for $2850. Mr. Teichmann will take charge of the place of the First of May
- Mr. August Kissel of this city, Mr. Henry Voskamp, of Fayetteville, and Mr. C.
Lautenschlaeger, of Engelmann township, have been selected to serve on the grand jury for the May term of the St.
Clair County Circuit Court
East St. Louis Journal, 31 Aug 1892
- Henry Bader, A. G. Schlueter and a party of friends left this morning on a fishing
excursion to Breeze Lake.
- Henry W. Voelker, yesterday, received a leather medal by mail. The medal bears
his name, and on the reverse side is the picture of the ancient musical instrument, a lyre. The picture is
- Mrs. Geo. Becker returned yesterday from a two weeks visit to her parents, in
- Miss Linnie Canby, of 804 Summit avenue, is visiting relatives in Bellefountain,
- Mrs. J. P. Becker will arrive in New york September 12th, and return to St. Louis
- Mrs. D. B. Bissell and Mrs. R. C. Tandy, of Bellefountain, Mo., visited Judge
and Mrs. C. H. Canby Sunday.
- H. H. Beckwith, of Sioux City, Ia., is a guest at the residence of Mrs. M. S.
Beckwith, at 640 North Ninth Street.
- Joseph Rider, of Belleville, receiver of the Citizens Horse Railway, was in the
city yesterday on business.
- F. N. Hansell and W. J. Frances, of Elsah, were in the city looking for a location
to open a grocery store.
- Mrs. John Butler, accompanied by her daughter, has gone to Quincy to visit her
sister, Mrs. Judge Sibley.
- Miss Mollie Hamilton, of St. Louis, was a guest yesterday of Miss Francis Kerrigan,
of 2429 St. Louis Avenue.
- Frank Cockrell, of Princeton, Ind., is visiting at the residence of Hon. Felix
G. Cockrell, on Eighth Street.
- Miss Laura and Master Henry Bess, of Rosemund, are guests of their aunt, Mrs.
M. S. Beckwith, on Ninth Street.
- J. P. Becker of Becker's Bazaar, returned yesterday evening from a trip through
Main and New Hampshire.
- L. W. Blanke and sons, Oliver and Robbie, of St. Louis, and C. G. Derloth, of
Collinsville Avenue, went fishing yesterday, to Pittsburg Lake.
- John Benner, Sr., left this morning to visit relatives in New York. He has a
brother and sister living in that state that he has not seen in sixteen years. He will also visit relatives
in Rome, Syracuse and Brooklyn.
E. St. Louis Daily Journal, 1 July 1894
- Miss Gertie Tabb arrived yesterday from Mt. Vernon, to spend the summer with
her cousin, Mrs. T. M. Carter, of 311 Collinsville Avenue.
- Mrs. Henry Holten left yesterday for Murphysboro.
- Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Huschle, of 1700 Rock Road, spent Sunday in Cahokia.
- Mrs. B. Haumesser will leave tomorrow to visit relatives in Carlyle.
- Miss Lena Schiele of Converse Avenue left Saturday to visit friends in DuQuoin
- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roe of St. Louis, visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Roe of North Sixth Street.
- Miss Lucia Bernard of St. Louis, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Bowman,
of 617 Collinsville Avenue. Miss Adele Bowman accompanied her home and will remain until after the 4th.
- Miss Cora Johns of 465 Collinsville Avenue, is the guest of St. Louis friends.
- Miss Ida Wilde of Collinsville Avenue, entertained a few friends to tea yesterday.
East St. Louis Journal, 29 May 1896
- Miss Ida Jageman, of Staunton, is visiting Miss Grace Ripley of North Eighth
- 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
- 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
- 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
East St. Louis Journal, 6 June 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
- Mr. A. Finke, of Alton, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Finke, of 214 Collinsville
- Mr. B. Morgan, of Decatur, was the guest of Miss Lulu Moorehead, of 622 Illinois
- Mrs. L. Van Quast, of St. Louis, visited Mrs. G. Lehman, of 309 Collinsville
- 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
E. St. Louis Daily Journal, 1 July 1919:
- Homer Chapin of North Fortieth street, is spending the vacation at Meramec Springs,
- Miss Margaret Lutz of North Park Drive, left for a two week visit with relatives
- Mrs. Wm. Ruess of Gaty Avenue, has returned from a visit in Granite City.
- Miss Gertrude Semith of State St., is visiting in Stewardson, Illinois.
- Mr. and Mrs. A. McAtee and children, and Miss Julia Hayes, motored to Red Bud
Sunday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Knott.
- Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Thompson of St. Louis Avenue, were visitors to New Athens,
- Mrs. Diana Cannady of Evansville, Indiana, is visiting Mrs. Charles Cannady of
- Mr. Al. Lynch left Saturday for Florida, to accept a position with the Quaker
- The B Sharpe club members enjoyed a basket picnic Saturday at Jones Park. Games
of tennis were enjoyed and a number went swimming. Mr. And Mrs. Chas.. Kurrus chaperoned the party.
- Mr. and Mrs. A. May of Waverly Avenue, entertained Saturday evening at dinner,
Messrs. and Mesdames E. Popkess, James Parham and Edwin Popkess.
- Miss Nancy Sue Morford, 912 Pennsylvania Avenue, will leave shortly for New York
City to attend the National Convention of Dancing Teachers. Miss Morford has been engaged to dance before this
delegation of teachers.
- Miss Rarrach of Granvue Drive, entertained a number of friends last week from
Belleville, St. Louis and East St. Louis, with a bridge party and luncheon.
- Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Johnson are occupying their cottage, "fox's Den"
at Piasa Chautauqua.
- Messrs. and Mesdames Amos Midgely and Harry L. Cryder attended a party Saturday
evening in Belleville.
- A delegation of 200 people from Granite City, enjoyed a picnic at Jones Park,
- Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Popkess, of Waverly Avenue, left Saturday evening for a visit
with relatives at Hoboken, J. J.
- Mrs. Gordon Z. Davis, of Washington Place, attended a party in St. Louis, Saturday
- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Erber have left for a visit to Toledo, Ohio, and the Great Lakes.
- Misses Elmma and Hilda Ludwig, have returned from a visit in Collinsville.
- Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Pickle of Trendley Avenue, left Monday for a month's visit
with relatives in New York City and Michigan.
- Miss Nell Donaldson of Carlyle is visiting Miss Vina Donaldson of Collinsville
- Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson accompanied by Misses Irene and Gertrude Smith, have
left for a visit in Stewardson, Illinois.
- Mr. and Mrs. Howard Daily of Kansas City, Mo. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
McEnroe of North Twenty-second Street.
- Mrs. H. G. Pruitt and daughter, Miss Helen have removed to Tallahoma, Tennessee.
- The Ladies Aid of the First M. E. Church will give an ice cream social, this
evening on the church lawn, Thirteenth and Summit Avenue.
- Miss Bertha Ropiequet and Mrs. Lulu Wise of Summit Avenue, have returned from
a visit with relatives in Belleville.
- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Popkess have gone to housekeeping in their new home at 4100
- The Elks will give a boat excursion July 9th, on the steamer J. S. Friends are
invited. Tickets can be purchased at the club.
- Miss Catherine Richer, brothers, Albert, George and Edward, of Omaha, Neb., are
visiting their grandmother, Miss Nina Jepson of North Thirteenth Street.
- Mr. and Mrs. Ray C. Harding, 1627 North 45th Street, are visiting in Hazelgreen
- Miss Marion Sikking, 1212 College Avenue, will leave this week for a visit with
relatives in California.
- Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Cannady, of Columbia Place, have returned from a few days
visit in Columbia, Illinois.
- Miss Louise Hadley, 1716 North 38th Street, has returned from a several day visit
- Mrs. Jane Law and daughter, Miss Veronica will leave in a few days for Los Angeles,
California, for a several week's visit.
- Miss Mary Myrtle Denby, instructor of music in the high school, will spend the
summer in Carlinville, Illinois.
- Miss Lorraine Marshand, teacher to the Washington School, has returned to her
home in Haubstadt, Ind., to spend the vacation.
- Mrs. F. W. Thompson of Forty-second and Lincoln Avenue, accompanied by her mother,
Mrs. Heely, have left for a visit with relatives in Georgia.
- Mrs. Chas. Huie, of North Park Drive, has left for a trip to New York and Washington,
- Mrs. H. C. Hall of North Thirty-eighth Street, has returned from a visit in Iuka.
- It was a happy party that motored to Okawville early Sunday morning and spent
the day at the "Fountain of Youth". Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Anderson of St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs. F. Mackwitch,
Mr. and Mrs. F. Florian, Miss Evelyn Vermeersch, Mr. Anthony Kalinka and Mr. W. Mackwitch formed the party.
- W. Cecil Bridges of Duluth, Minn., wireless operator for U. S. Navy Department
is here with his bride, spending his honeymoon with his parents, W. N. Bridges and family, 1609 State Street. He
enlisted in East St. Louis, April 12, 1917. He will remain in service another year.
Donated by Betty Cohn and Cathy Weber
Mrs. Emma Hermann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Kopp, Sr., of 1129 Market Avenue, has resigned her position as
Matron at the Nurses' Home, Barnes Hospital, to go East for the summer. She will visit at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
and Atlantic City, New Jersey. [E. St. Louis Daily Journal, 2 July
1919, Donated by Betty Cohn and Cathy Weber]
E. St. Louis Daily Journal, 2 July 1919, Donated by Betty
Cohn and Cathy Weber:
- Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Buckley, 711 Baugh Avenue, entertained several friends Monday
evening with a porch party.
- Mr. L. S. Allen and his daughter, Miss Clara Allen, 3240 Lincoln Avenue, accompanied
by Russell Bucknell, left Tuesday for St. Joe, Michigan to visit his son, Mr. Herbert Allen and wife.
- Dr. and Mrs. Dunn and son have returned to their home in Indiana after visiting
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Sedwick and family of Donovan Avenue.
- Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Kreeger and family of North Thirty-sixth Street have removed
to Kansas City.
- Mrs. W. E. Taylor and son Billy have left for Grand Rapids, Michigan after several
weeks visit with her mother, Mrs. Mary H. Wyatt of Virginia Place.
- George Wyatt, son of Mrs. Mary H. Wyatt of Virginia Place, who has been in France
for over a year, has received his honorable discharge and has accepted a position with the Aluminum Ore Co., at
- Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Hager of North Eighth Street, will remove shortly to Los
- Mrs. R. E. Cosby and daughter Marie of North Twenty-third street, have left for
a visit in Independence, Missouri.
- Albert Kurrus of Belmont Avenue has departed for the boy scout camp in Wisconsin,
where he was appointed swimming teacher.
- Mrs. Harry Browning of North Thirty-eighth Street is visiting her sister in Murphysboro,
- Mrs. L. T. Hutchinson of Rosemont has left for a visit with her mother in northern
- Mrs. James Thompson of North Thirteenth Street will return this week from a visit
to Buffalo, N. Y.
- Mrs. Max Boyer, 559 North Nineteenth, has returned from a visit in Nashville,
- Mrs. E. S. Hodgson and little son of North Thirty-eighth street are visiting
relatives in Springfield.
- Judge and Mrs. Conrad Schul of Mt. Vernon, Illinois, are in the city. Mrs. Schul
will be the guest of Mrs. J. L. Sanford, 2900 Bond Avenue, for a few days.
- Mrs. H. J. Barlow, 2245 Monroe Street, is spending the week in Hillsboro, Illinois,
the guest of relatives.
- Miss Goldie Field of this city has just returned from attending the Presbyterian
Conference At Peoria.
- Mrs. Rose Davenroy, French Village, has returned to her home after visiting her
sister, Catherine LePage, 513 North 24th Street.
- Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Kimmel and Mr. Henry Hinckley, a teacher at the Franklyn School,
and his sister, Mrs. Charles R. Kinnison, will leave by auto Thursday for Mount Vernon, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs.
Kimmel will return after a short visit with relatives and friends and the others will remain for the summer.
- Last evening the Catholic Women's League gave a party at the community House
in honor of Miss Julia Campbell, of Chicago, who is interested in the Travelers' Aid society. A most enjoyable
time was had.
- Mrs. James K. Ewing and son, George, are visiting with relatives in Kansas City,
- Mrs. Marie Powell, State Factory Inspector from Springfield, is in the city.
She is inspecting offices and stores, looking into the employment of children without working certificates. The
fact that it is during the vacation period, is not sufficient to employ a child under school age, without a certificate.
- The Y. W. C. A. gave a party Monday night, in the nature of a farewell party
for Miss Nellie Wilke, cafeteria director, and a welcome home to the representatives who have just returned home
from a conference held at Dewey Lake, Michigan.
E. St. Louis Daily Journal, 3 July 1919
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