High Society!

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High Society! - Tbe most bnlliaot and charming society event of...
Tbe most bnlliaot and charming society event of the week occurred yesterday after noon at the elegant home of Mrs. John Mnr- Mnr- dock. Price Hill. The beautiful horns was prepared for the event in festal array of plants and flowers that glowed in autumn beauty under the rich gleaming of many softly-shaded softly-shaded softly-shaded lights. -The -The table decoration were especially no ticeable for their beauty anil uniqueness of design. In the center wss a lsrge epergne of flowers, and extending down the table from it were rows of autumn leaves in brill iant red and yellow strikingly displayed io their vivid hues against the snowy cloth. A profusion of flowers adorned the honse every-wbere. every-wbere. every-wbere. and the menu served wss of the finest. Over 100 of Price Hill's select society en joyed the occasion, end it wu in all respects an affair of refined elegance Mrs. John Mnnlnek and Mm. Ed liurdock received the guests with smiling cordiality n lovely gowns. Mrs. .il MuriocK was Ifectively gowned in roso-uink roso-uink roso-uink silk, and car ried a large bouquet of pink row-e. row-e. row-e. Mrs. John Murdock. a very line black C'hantilly lace gown, and both ladies received very gracefully gracefully and looked radiant. -Mrs, -Mrs, Joe t losterrcan and .Mrs. l.owen nose served codee ami chocolate, and wore oi- oi- tructingiy beautiful gowns. Mrs. tloster- tloster- niaii s toilet was a striking red game, wiiu gold stripes, very becoming. Mrs. Kose was 111 WbOll uiaeK I nee. Willi puis, ruwfii. Mr. peter Kudolph Nert looked very lovely in a tan aown. embroidered in gold and brown, bonnet en suite. Jlrs. hotel v. I-Tench I-Tench I-Tench gray gown, isrgs gray hat; very a-athetic a-athetic a-athetic toilet. -Mrs. -Mrs. Janus liargrave. eieeani oiaca: lace. Mrs. D. K. 1 lines, very handsome black silk and ecru bonnet, with gold trimmings, Mrs. Menrienhs.il. black lace, decollete, pink roses. Her apuenrance was lovely. Mrs. Will Purni-t Purni-t Purni-t was in black lace over red silk, blsck hat. latest I arisian ttyle. and large bouqnotof white chrysanthemums. Mrs. Harvev I hoenix. ait elaborate and rhermiug black iace gown, tiny biack bou- bou- net. Mrs Reese Mcniiffie. nrune-colorpfl nrune-colorpfl nrune-colorpfl cloth with heavily embossed passementerie, bonnet bonnet very swell. Mrs. Jonn Kreis. handsoma cloth gown and e-iecant e-iecant e-iecant aiamonus. , ,. Mrs. E. 1. Albro. black velvet and diamonds. diamonds. Hplio.ila oiMnve hotinpt- hotinpt- Mra Georae Newhaus was in a lovely olive green fan le. with cream brocaded crepe iruut a-reen a-reen a-reen hat. with nie.k rosea. Mrs. Korhus was aitired in an imported brown cloth gown, heavily embroidered in aern hunin-t hunin-t hunin-t en snita. Amo! g the guests noticed were Mrs. Judge tiliver. Mrs. L. K. lnnes, Mr oeorve jnc-1 jnc-1 jnc-1 hi Hie. Mrs. Reese McOjilhe. Mrs. E.JI. Alliro. V rs f4eoree .k liana. Mrs. v ni. I-.. I-.. I-.. Waters. Mrs. 1 awrence Mendenhali. Hr. eter Rudolph eu. Mrs. Ikiyce Irs. Juim Kreis. Mrr. M. lenient, iirs. Krown. Mrs. Wliatelv. Mrs. HaKelline. Mrs. Julius Hargrave. Mrs. Korbns. Mrs. fc'olger. Mrs. Will Burnet. Mrs. Asa .Morgan, .Mrs. Harvev Pliooiix. fr. Joe I losternian. Mrs. Lovell Rose. Mrs. James Dalton, Mrs. Meara, Mrs. Miller. Mis-ea Mis-ea Mis-ea ki.lcr. Mrs. H. btowart. Mrs. Mausi.

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 06 Nov 1890, Thu,
  3. Page 4

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