The crystal wedding of Mr. and Mra. Fred Stein, No. 113 S. Fifth ave., was delightfnlly celebratod in the midst of their largenumber of relativos Monday evening. Several hundred invitatious had been issued and in spite of the cold weather their hospitable home -was filled with happy faces, who fully enjoyed the warm weloome given by the host aud hostess. Kev. John Nemuann, of the Bethlehem church, who 20 years ago had officiated at the wedding, with his wife were there to express their good wishes for the continned joy and happiness, of Mr. and Mrs. Stein. Tbe evening passed quickly with singing and social conversation. Tempting refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Stein were remembered by many appropriate presents. Among the gnests from out of town were Gottlob Andrés and son, of Dexter, Jacob Reimold and family, Weinsberg, Henry Paul and iamily, Scio, and Christian Stein and family, Scio. It was a late honr bef ore the happy company separated for their respective homes.