Rev. W. C. Luther and Miss Mollie T. Ford,

The Cartersville Free Press Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
October 28, 1880 Page 3:
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Orange Blossoms in Full Bloom and the Marriage Bells Gaily Ringing.

ON Wednesday evening, 20th instant, at seven o’clock, quite an intelligent and attentive audience assembled at the residence of the bride’s father, Capt. Tim Ford, two and a quarter miles west of Dalton, Whitfield county, Ga., to witness the solemnization ceremony which united in the bonds of holy wedlock, Rev. W. C. Luther, of Bartow county, and Miss Mollie T. Ford, Rev. Mr. Robinson, of Chattanooga, Tenn., officiating. After the ceremony and congratulations were gone through with, all were ushered into the dining room to enjoy the handsome and sumptuous supper, which was set with all the luxuries that heart could wish. Every one seemed to enjoy the scene splendidly. The young ladies all wore a sweet smile during the evening; the young men were all attention to the young ladies; but the bride, we must say, was the loveliest of them all. We do heartily congratulate our friend and brother, Luther, in the choice he has made, for he has gained a prize of untold worth. The lady whose heart and hand he has won, is one of the purest and best young ladies of this sublunary existence. We have known her long and well, and do say that she is worthy the love of her consort.

Now, in taking leave of this happy couple, our congratulations are extended, wishing for them a peaceful, happy and quiet sail o’er this sea of life, and at last, when done with this world, a safe entrance into the haven of everlasting rest, where their joy will be complete.



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