W. B. Terhune weds Miss Annie M. Alexander

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
December 3, 1891, page 1
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Happy Nuptials.
A Popular Young Cartersvillian Weds an Estimable Lady of Senoia.

There is no more popular man in our midst than Mr. W. B. Terhune, the local agent for the East and West railroad. He has been here less than a year, but by his gentlemanly bearing and genial manner he has won friends by the score. Many were the congratulations that were afloat when it was announced that he had suddenly joined the army of benedicts. And a most amiable lady he has won for a life partner—Miss Annie M. Alexander, of Senoia, Ga.

The marriage occurred at the suburban home of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Bradley, near Atlanta, on the evening of the 30th instant. Miss Clara Terhune, sister of the groom, acted the part of maid of honor, and Mr. George B. Allen assumed the role of best man. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley tendered the couple a splendid reception at which were present a number of friends who enjoyed the occasion and wished “bon voyage” to Mr. and Mrs. Terhune.

On their arrival in this city on the 9:30 train they were given a reception at the home of Mrs. A. R. Hudgins by a few friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Terhune will make their home in our midst.

The Courant American wishes them happiness unalloyed and prosperity unbounded.


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