Charlie Goodson weds Miss Laura Edith Collins

The Cartersville News
Cartersville, Georgia
April 16, 1908, Page 1
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Collins – Goodson
South Georgia Marriage With Bartowite as Groom.

Last Sunday 8th at 2:30 p. m., Miss Laura Edith Collins and Mr. Charlie Goodson were united in marriage at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Lewis, Rev. Milton Theodore Rice officiating in a most beautiful and impressive manner.

The young couple had gone with some friends to spend the day at the Lewis home and after arriving concluded to terminate a three years courtship with a marriage.  Rev. Mr. Rice was filling an engagement at Mullis and was dispatched for and united the happy couple as before stated.  Miss Collins is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Collins, Sr., of Wilkinson county, and a young lady of rare beauty and many womanly graces.  She is a sister to Mrs. T. J. Lewis.

Mr. Goodson is a native of Cartersville and now a rising business man of Augusta.  The bridal party consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Goodson, Miss Estella Collins and Mr. Thomas H. Collins left on the 3:30 train for Augusta.

The above is a clipping from a Dublin paper.

Mr. Goodson is an old Bartow boy and the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Goodson.  He is a young man of noble character and has many friends who congratulate him and who claim him still as Bartow’s own.


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