The upright cursive with horizontal contrast and the large descending initials is Pencraft, designed by Herman Ihlenburg for MS&J in 1885. “Complimentary” might be Antique No. 310, a precursor to Bookman (see also Old Style Antique No. 7). The italic is Old Style No. 2 or similar. While the wide sans serif used for “Committee” is unidentified, the names appear to be set in Ronaldson (1884).
Yourself and Friend are cordially invited to attend
An Evening Sociable,
Miss Mary B. Snyder,
On Saturday Evening, September 15th, 1894.
Meet at the residence of her father, Mr. Henry G. Snyder, one mile northwest of Lititz, at 7o’clock sharp.
Christ E. Snyder, Harry F. Hess.
Should the weather be unfavorable the Sociable will be held the following Saturday evening.