“Doings in Bartow—Euharlee.”

The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
September 30, 1897 Page 8:
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“Doings in Bartow—Euharlee.”

Invitations are out announcing the wedding of Mr. John McDaniel, of Conyers, and Miss Hattie Mae Fink, of this place, which is to be solemnized at the home of the bride the 6th inst.

October 14, 1897 Page 8


As briefly stated in the Courant last week the marriage of Mr. Jno. McDaniel, of Conyers, and Miss Hattie Mae Fink, of this place, took place at the home of the bride’s father, Hon. G. A. Fink, at 12 o’clock Rev. Martyn, of Kingston, performing the ceremony. The parlors were crowded, jammed and packed to overflowing, every available place sought from which to see the ceremony. With Miss Brandon playing the beautiful wedding march, the happy couple entered the parlor where they were soon made man and wife. The young bride was radiant in a lovely traveling suit of green cloth. The bride groom was very becomingly dressed in the usual costume. Immediately after leaving the parlor the bridal party repaired with invited guests to the dining room. The dinner was a feast of the orient, a banquet of things to cheer; things that gratify and things that charm to ecstasy of pleasure and comfort. The large and elegant dining room was arranged especially to entertain the big crowd of feasters; tables linked from one end of the hall to the other, sufficiently to hold thirty covers. We neglected to say that the parlors and dining room were beautifully and tastefully decorated by Miss Ethel Fink, Miss Ida Kennedy and others. A large number of rich, rare and costly presents were received. The happy couple left for their future home at Conyers.


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