Miss Mary Virginia Butts, Marriage Annoucement
I is- think-! j 'j ; , ! j ! ! : i I i M.4RRIE0 AT HALIFAX. ! MiSS VfFfllnla BllKS Becomes fise Bride, Pf Mr. HassslmaD. Halifax. N. C. Dec. 19. At the residence of the brides paveius, Mr. Mrs. Joseph C. Ihuis on Tiiuis- day December 11th the Rav. J. E. Hokk-ii, of Ridge way, former pastor of tne bride, joined in bappy wed lock Mr. Charies Frank Musselman and Miss Mary Virginia Butts. The marriage came as a surprise to friends here, scarcely any one expecting it so soon, though it was generally thought that the event would come off in the near future. The groom, who for the last three years has been located here as second trick man for the A. C. Line, was suddenly called to Reams, Va., to accept an agency, and prevailed on Miss Butts to consent to a hur ried marriage in order to fill his position as early as possible. Mr. Musselman is a most estimable young man, and since being located here has won quite a large number of friends, who rejoice .with him in the winning of such a prize, and while deploring the fact that we are less one of our girls, vve foci that she is fortunate in securing a life partner who is steady, reliable and trustworthy, who will in the natural cuuise oi even is, win ms way along i:r. 4-1 1J? 1 n 1 I iic a iiiuiuujniare, ana nna tne ; goal that men are seeking every dav. i j The bride is the oldest daughter i of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Butts, and 1 grand-daughter of the late Capt. J. I M.Grizzard, .and wherever she is known there are friends in num ber. Possessed of physical beauty, j her charms were not less in other ! respects. Her sweet christian life I at home and abroad was helpful and ! inspiring, having been a consistent I yru. i.. I church member since early child- j nood' aTla nllea Hmgly ny place j pointed, out to her vacated by an- othe, and assumed ob,iffaLns that some would shirk She his ; nu ,i,i?- - -i -' , ! taugui puuiu- bwiui several sessions & won tne 'ove of pupils easily. Vme.ua,Dee" levcmnS ! uu -. i . . , . - i Vnraafy ciass in tne Methodist Sunday school and all the class were i i rnucn aitacnea to ner. ! Itll r: i infuli- n-pf-m. A "iiu-.uinwci.y nici llic cei eillOIlV Mr. and Mrs. Musselman were driven w.eldon to take the train for Washington and Baltimore, and will be at home after Dec. 20th, Reams, ' a- I !