Charles W. Bright weds Miss Lois Freeman

The Cartersville News
Cartersville, Georgia
February 20, 1908 , Page 1
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Freeman – Bright
Beautiful Home Wedding of Two Popular Cartersville People.

One of the most beautiful home weddings seen for a long while in Cartersville was that of Miss Lois Freeman to Mr. Charles W. Bright, of Nashville.

Only the intimate young associates of the girl-bride were present, with the addition of a few friends.

The beautiful ceremony was performed by Rev. Mr. Cleveland, of the Presbyterian church, of which church both participants were members.

Immediately after the ceremony a salad course and coffee were served.

The young bride was radiantly beautiful in a lovely blue traveling suit and carried a bouquet of pink and white carnations.

They were accompanied to the train by all their young guests and left at ten o’clock for Dallas, Texas, their future home.

Showers of rice and many good wishes were given to them by the happy party.

Those present were: Mrs. George Veach, of Adairsville, Mrs. Lila Morgan, Mrs. Aubrey, Mrs. O. G. Bright, Misses Veach, Marian Smith, Kitty Conyers, Susie Mae Price, Nannie Irick, Bessie Conyers, Mary Lizzie Renfroe, Katherine Aubrey, Marian Aubrey, Lola Seay, Minerva Word, Messrs. Dave Freeman, Henry Lumpkin, Joe Calhoun, Miles Dobbins, John Calhoun, O. G. Bright, Gus Skinner, Sherman Granger, Lindsay Forrester, Burges Fite, Freeman Puckett, Frank Matthews, Harry Osment, Dr. Trippe.


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