City Affairs

The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
January 4, 1894, Page 5
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“City Affairs.”

Col. A. W. Fite’s new year’s present was an interesting baby girl. May the little lady’s pathway be one of roses and her presence prove a source of unending joy to the household.


Last week Mr. Wiley O. Sholl was married to Miss Ola Montgomery, one of Cartersville’s bright and charming daughters. They came to Dalton to live and are living with Clerk D. Sholl. The young couple have a bright and promising future before them, and the Argus wishes them a lifetime of happiness and joy. –Dalton Argus.


The Cartersville Masonic lodge, held a “lodge of Sorrow,” at the Methodist church on the evening of the 27 th ultimo, which was a most interesting and impressive ceremony. Memorials of the deceased numbers were read, and addresses were made by Col. John W. Akin, Rev. Sam P. Jones and Mr. Jeffries, of Atlanta. The church was well fitted with an interesting audience. [Article on Dec. 21, 1893 states that there would be memorials to all lodge members who had died since the lodge began about 10 years before, some 8 or 10 members, not named.]


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