The epitome of awesome, event took place august 10 1880
- AT HOT. , stavsl Him, Jhst A. Kre4a, r PHeern -till-Tbs -till-Tbs -till-Tbs -till-Tbs CpIesMtM Way- Way- 1st Vlarkt. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Kreis gave a delight ful reception at their handsome residence on Prices Hill last night. The event was In honor of several occasions. - It was th anniversary anniversary of the birth of both Mr. and Mrs. Krels, and tbe tenth anniversary of their mar riage, and was the pleasant celebration of the completion ot their new home, which is on ot th handsomest reek lenees tn our city. - With so much -to -to celebrate, ao many happy events to inspire them, surely both the host and hostess and their friends could not heln bnt b haonv. The cards of Invitation, to the number of about one hundred, were issued two weeks ago. They were neatly engraved on plain White paper, and read as follows: Mr. and Mrs. John A. Krels Bequest the pleasure of yonr company Tuesday evening, August 10th, at eight o'clock, Price's Hill, 1870-18S0. 1870-18S0. 1870-18S0. Mr. John A. Krels is a prominent merchant of this city, of the firm ul Shinkle, Howell A Krels, wholes I grocers. His wife, a lovely woman, is a daughter or the late John Sch Iff. They have but recenty moved Into their new nome. wnicn nas oeen Dunt without re gard io cost, and has all the modern conveniences, conveniences, as well as all tbe beauties of modern architect re. It la spacious and roomy. It halls and stairways broad and inviting, inviting, and every room light and cheery. The furnishing of the house throughout Is of tbe a-west a-west a-west style, displaying rare good-taste good-taste good-taste and refinement. Last n lent-for lent-for lent-for th first tins, tbla Alesrant home waa brlahtlv lit nn from ton to bouam. and its doors thrown open with a generous hospitality. The balls, parlors, drawing and reception-rooms reception-rooms reception-rooms were orofnselv decorated with flowers, whose perfume pervaded the entire house. An elegant supper was laid by . tbe well-known well-known well-known caterer Keppler. waa served on three Ions- Ions- tables. tbe guests sitting. nd was (composed of a menu tbat In variety and elegance would temnt tha soda. Currier's Band furnished exquisite music, and added much to tbe pleasure oi tne evening. Among the guests present we noticed : Hon. and Mrs. Thomas L. Young. Hon. and Mrs. E. A. Ferguson, C. W. WestEsq., M r. and Mi-Bradford Mi-Bradford Mi-Bradford Shinkle. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Howell, Mr. and Mrs. H. H.Simpklnson, Hon. ana Airs. n. tr. uoeoei, Air. ana Mrs. ixmis Vffno. " ... U T II aAl . .j , . Jt i. mil ij. n . . K3)i7iJ mu, v. Columbus, Ohio: Mrs. Geo. A. Boh re r, of ii tTcue, ma.; miss karris a onrer, oi aiay-ette, aiay-ette, aiay-ette, Ind.; John Splelman, of Fairfield, Iowa; Dr. and Mrs. T. Wood, Dr. and Mrs. W. I DavisBev. and Mrs. H. Mease, of Dayton. After tbe aumptuous re oast, dancina- dancina- waa commenced and kept np until a late hour. The affair was one of true enjoyment, and will long be remembered by all present.