J. R. Trippe weds Miss Nettie Zenor

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
February 11, 1892, page 5
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Happily Mated.
The Majors House the Scene of an Interesting Wedding.

Last Wednesday evening, in the parlor of the Majors house, Mr. J. R. Trippe was united in marriage to Miss Nettie Zenor.

There was a large assemblage of the friends of the bride and groom present to witness the nuptials. Rev. C. E. W. Dobbs performed the ceremony in a beautiful and impressive manner, soon after which the assemblage repaired to the dining room where a sumptuous repast given by the bride’s grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Matthews, complimentary to the event, awaited them.

After the supper several hours were pleasantly spent in a social commingling and pleasant conversation. There were numerous nice presents given the bride.

On Thursday morning the couple took the E. & W. train for Taylorsville, accompanied by a few friends from this city, where a splendid reception was tendered them by the parents of the groom.

Mr. Trippe has been for a number of months employed with Baker & Hall in this city. Miss Zenor, the bride, is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Matthews of this city. They both have numerous friends who wish them the best in life’s store. They will make Cartersville their home in the future.


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