Clipped From The Wilmington Morning Star
. Clarkton, N. C, Jan. 25. The resignation resignation of Miss Annie Smith of her position position in the drygoods department of N. A. Currie & Co.'s store, with the advent of the new year and the failure of Mr. Elihu Meares, one of the Seaboard Seaboard Air Line's popular young operators, operators, spending any of the holiday season with, his mother here, were fully explained this afternoon when this popular young couple plighted troth. The marriage was solemnized at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Smith, their beloved beloved pastor, Rev. A. McFadyen, officiating officiating in the presence of a few close friends and relatives. Miss Smith is held in the highest esteem by a host of friends whom she has won by her charming gentleness and winning service. service. Mr. Meares, who has just passed passed his twenty-first twenty-first twenty-first birthday, enjoys the confidence and friendship of . all who know him. iHe is agent for the S. A. L. at Blaney, S. C, where he and his young bride will make their future home after a ten days' sojourn --. --. --. augueuue, iumva ana otner - Florida points, for which they left on the late train today. Mr. Metres has many friends in Wilmingtonl and is ' a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Stone, of that city. .