Pretty Wedding Sunday Night
Clinton Corwin and Miss Annie Newman.
At Home Bride's Father
Ceremony Solemnized in Presence Few Relative and Friends-- To Reside in Dallas.
A pretty wedding ceremony was solemnized at the home of the Bride's father, Bud Newman, on North Bradley street, at 7 o'clock last night, when Mr. Clinton Corwin of Dallas lead to the hymeneal altar Miss Annie Newman, in the presence of a few relatives and friends. Dr. E. E. King officiating. The groom is a resident of Dallas, being an electrician of that city, and is said to be most excellent and highly esteemed young man. The bride was reared in this city and is a young lady of many admirable traits of character, attractive and deservedly popular. The newly wedded pair left this afternoon for a bridal trip to San Antonio, after which they will made their home in Dallas. In common with many relatives and friends we wish them a long and happy wedded life.
Dies at Dallas Body Sent Here
A message was received here last night by relatives and friends of A. J. (Bud) Newman of Dallas conveying the sad news of his death which occurred at the home of his daughter, Mrs. G. Harris, 1817 Latimer street, Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Mr. Newman was about 65 years of age, and had resided in Collin the greater part of his life, until about six years ago when he went to Dallas to make his home with his daughter. He was a son of the late Capt. Newman of the Cottage Hill community. He resided near Celina, Allen and for twenty years made McKinney his home.
About the year 1869 he was married to Miss Fannie Graves, a daughter of the late Albert Graves, and a sister to Mrs. F. M. Hill, Wick and A. S. Graves of this city, Mrs. W. R. Bush of Bellvue, Texas, Mrs. W. C. Nichols of Gainesville, Texas, and Mrs. Maggie Taylor of Handley, Texas, Mrs. Newman died about nine years ago.
Mr. Newman was an ex-Confederate soldier, he having served his country faithfully through the latter part of the war. He is survived by one brother, Jim Newman of near Frisco. Three sisters, Mrs. Tom Jones of Sanger, Texas, Mrs. Jesse Hubbard, Farmersville and Mrs. A. W. Runnion of Weston, and two daughters, Mesdames G. Harris and Annie Corbin or Dallas.
The remains will be shipped to McKinney tomorrow (Friday) morning on the 10:04 train. Services will be conducted by Dr. E. E. King, pastor of the First Baptist church. Interment will be made in the Pecan Grove cemetery. We extend condolence to the bereaved ones.