Chicago Tribune, Thursday, April 18, 1912, p. 3, c. 3:
Theatrical Man’s Sister Lost
San Antonio, Tex., Apr. 17---E. H. Reynolds, a theatrical man here, reports that his only sister, Miss Edith Dorris Reynolds, was among the Titanic’s passengers. She was engaged to marry H. C. Jones secretary to the British ambassador to China. Her name does not appear on the list of refugees.
Anxiety for Des Moines Couple
Des Moines, Ia., Apr. 17---Anxiety is felt here for the safety of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Phillips, wealthy Des Moines people, who are believed to have sailed for New York on Titanic. Mr. Phillips is an extensive land owner in this section.
Lawyer Fears Son is Lost
Appleton, Wis., Apr. 17—Fears are expressed by friends of Harold S. Spencer, son of Attorney A. M. Spencer of this city, that he has been lost in the wreck of the Titanic. About a year ago Mr. Spencer married Amenda Howe Valentine, a Philadelphia heiress and widow of a wealthy Englishman. They had been living in Sicily, and Mr. Spencer recently wrote h8is father they expected to sail shortly for America, although he gave no date.
Child and Companion Missing
Painesville, O., Apr. 17—Miss Jessie Malletich of Youngstown and Emil Nanestnik of Austria, whom she was bringing to his father here, were on board the Titanic. Their names are not on the list of those reported as rescued.
Michigan Merchant Is Missing
Palmer, Mich., Apr. 17—[Special]—Matt Kolyisto of this place was a passenger on the Titanic, returning from a visit to his former home in Finland. He was one of the leading Finnish residents in northern Michigan and a prominent merchant.
Chicago Record-Herald, Thursday, April 18, 1912, p 5, c. 1:
Wisconsin Man Escapes
Wausau, Wis., Apr. 17—George Hart, for many years court reporter here, reported to have been a passenger on the Titanic, who was believed to have been lost., was not onboard, according to a letter received here, which stated his reservation had been canceled.
Hear From Ohio Woman
Niles, Ohio, April 17—William Clark of this city today received a message forwarded from Halifax telling him that his wife, who was returning from France aboard the Titanic, was safe on board the Carpathia. Mrs. Clark was accompanied by her 1-year-old boy.