Two Favorites to Wed.

 
The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
January 20, 1898 Page 5:
 
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Two Favorites to Wed.

A quiet home wedding will occur at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gilreath on next Wednesday afternoon at half past three o’clock, when Miss Mary Gibson Gilreath and Mr. Arthur Harris Hall will be united in marriage. The occasion will be very quiet and only the near relatives of the couple will be present.

January 27, 1899 Page 4:

“Woman’s Department.”

A quiet but beautiful wedding occurred yesterday afternoon at three o’clock at Idlewilde, the home of Hon. And Mrs. James H. Gilreath, when Miss Mary Gibson Gilreath and Mr. Arthur Harris Hall were united in marriage. [Article continues—an excerpt; The bride and her maid of honor, Miss Serena Gilreath, were gowned in street suits. Mrs. Hall’s blond loveliness never appeared to greater advantage than in her gown of gray broadcloth with trimmings of chinchilla and real lace. A big black velvet hat completed the costume. She carried bride roses.”]

 

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