THE HERALD AND ADVERTISER.
VOL,. X Lf V.
NEWNAN, GA„ FRIDAY. MARCH 5. 1909.
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A wedding of much interest to n
lnrge circle of friends was that of Miss
Nora D. Sewell, of Happy Valley, and
Mr. William Pope Sewell, of Sargent.
The wedding took place at the home of
the bride’s parents, Judge and Mrs. T.
M. Sewell, on Wednesday evening,
Feb. 24, at half-past 7 o’clock. Rev.
W. W. Iloop, of Carrollton, performed
the beautiful and impressive ceremony.
Promptly, to the strains of Mendels
sohn’s “Wedding March,” played by
Miss Etta Mae Hobgood, the bridal
party entered the large hallway, the
only attendants being Miss Johnnie
llobgood, of Fairburn, and Mr. J. O.
Sewell, brother of the groom. The
house was tastefully decorated for the
occasion with ferns, violets and potted
plants. The bride was pretty in her
wedding gown of white messaline silk,
fashiontd princess empire. The cor
sage bertha was elaborately trimmed
with applique and seed pearls. Her
veil was caught with orange blossoms,
which was very becoming to her bru
The bride is attractive and popular,
and has hosts of friends. The groom
is a prominent and successful young
farmer, and his manly character has
won for him many friends.
On Thursday after the wedding quite
n number of the relatives and friends
of the young couple enjoyed an elegant
dinner at the home of the groom’s pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Sewell.
Those from a distance who attended
the dinner were Misses Etta and John
nie Hobgood, Eula and Willie Wright
Cook, Mr. W. If. Elder, Mr. C. J.
Smith and Mr. Arthur Walker, all of
Fairburn. A Guest.
On Feb. 28, at the home of the
bride’s father, near Corinth, a happy
event took place. The occasion was the
marriage of Mr. Robert Claude Woods
and Miss Adagene Owensby, both of
Corinth. By 3 o’clock a great host of
friends had gathered to witness the
happy event, which took place at 3:30
o’clock. The parlor was ornately and
artistically decorated, and so shaded as
to produce a soft and mellow light by
means of tapers. Over the nuptial
altar was suspended an arch beautiful
ly decotated with flowers of various
hues. At the appointed hour Mr.
Thomas Frederick Jackson and Miss
Owensby, a sister of the bride, preced
ed the bride and groom and took their
places on the right and left of the altar.
Immediately following; came the bride
and groom, who took their places under
tiie arch, whore two happy hearts were
made one. The ceremony was per
formed by Rev. V. A. Ham, of New-
Monday evening, in Newnan, at the
home of Mr. 8. W. Woods, father of
the groom, the young couple and quite
a number of invited guests assembled
to enjoy the sumptuous feast prepared
in honor of the young couple. The ta
ble was laden with rich viands, tempt
ing to the most delicate appetite. The
joy of the occasion was evident, as was
manifested by the happy mood that
characterized each one present.
Mr. Woods is a prosperous farmer
near Corinth, and a son of Mr. S. W.
Woods, of Newnan. Mrs. Woods is the
lovely and accomplished daughter of
Mr. Jeff Owenshv, of Corinth. The
bride and groom are both very popular,
as was shown hv the large crowd that
assembled to witness the ceremony.
Their host of friends extend to them
warm congratulations and best wishes.
A pretty, though very quiet wedding
was that of Miss Martha Woodward, of
Mountville, and Mr. Russell Wilkinson, I
of Newnan, which was solemnized I
Thursday evening. Feb. 25. at the \
home of the bride’s sister, Mrs. II. H. \
Lane, in Mountville.
Sprays of sinilax arched the doors
and windows of the home and rare old
vases filled with ferns and jonquils
adorned the mantel, which was lighted
with yellow tapers in antique candle
sticks, heirlooms in the family of the
Only the immediate relatives and ]
a few friends witnessed the ceremony,
Rev. A. H. S. Bugg, of Grantville, of-1
The bride wore a light green tailored i
suit, with hat to match. Her bouquet
was white carnations and ferns.
Following the ceremony an informal
reception was held, immediately after
which Mr. and Mrs. Wilkinson left for
Newnan, where they will make their
Among the out-of-town guests w^re
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilkinson, Mr.
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Mrs. Wilkinson is a woman of un
usual worth, and a member of one of
the oldest and best families in Meri
wether county. Mr. Wilkinson is a
successful business man. and stands
high in the esteem of all who know
Mountville, Ga., March 1st.
Helen—“Why, he yawned three times
while I was talking to him.”
Myrtle—“Perhaps he wasn’t yawn
ing. He may have been trying to say
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”1 wonder what attraction that wo
man over there has for Mr. Bangs?”
“The attraction of association, prob
ably. She is a grass widow and hi ha
I hay fever.”