Mr. J. Frank Stephens to Miss Sallie E. Collins

The Free Press Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia

February 9, 1882, Page 3

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Married, at the residence of the bride’s cousin, Mr. M. A. Collins, on last Thursday night, Mr. J. Frank Stephens to Miss Sallie E. Collins, Rev. A. J. Jarrell officiating in his usual grace and earnestness.  The following were the attendants: Mr. D. A. Attaway and Miss Neila Alley, Mr. John L. Smith and Miss Fannie Elliott.  This was one of the happiest events of the season, the parlor being handsomely decorated, and eatables served in all styles of the culinary art.  The bride is well known for her amiability and many virtues, one who is fully qualified to enter upon the duties of a house-wife.  As for the groom he is so well known as one of our most thorough young business men that words of ours are quite unnecessary.  To the happy couple the best wishes of the whole community, attend them.


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