Bruce Plummer weds Miss Alma Mountcastle

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
July 5, 1900, page 8
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Marriage in Chattanooga.

A quiet home wedding was that last night which joined in holy bonds of matrimony Miss Alma Mountcastle and Mr. Bruce Plummer, two well-known young people of this city.  The nuptials were celebrated at the beautiful home of the bride’s mother on High street 8:30 o’clock in the presence of their relatives and a few friends of the contracting parties.  Rev. J. W. Perry performed the ceremony in a most unostentatious but impressive manner.  There were no attendants; it was just one of those quiet home weddings which are beautiful in their simplicity.  The bride is the charming daughter of Mrs. Mountcastle, an old resident and is one of Chattanooga’s most beautiful young brides. She only returned to the city a few weeks ago from college at Marion, Ala., where she was graduated with first honor.  Mr. Plummer is a well known employee of the auditing department of the Southern Express company.  He is an enterprising, trustworthy and capable young man, and enjoys the fullest confidence of his employers.  Mr. and Mrs. Plummer have a host of friends who will rejoice in their happy union.  Immediately after the ceremony the happy couple left for Highland Park where they will reside temporarily. – Chattanooga Times.

The bride is the daughter of the late Mr. Ed Mountcastle, who was reared in this city.  She is an amiable and worthy young woman whose many friends wish her much happiness.


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