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Walker, William W. & Beulah White (Married 1924)


Posted By: Linda Ziemann, volunteer (email)
Date: 10/11/2011 at 16:34:46

LeMars Globe-Post
July 28, 1924

Miss Beulah White Becomes Bride of Young LeMars Business Man

Miss Beulah White became Mrs. William Wells Walker, at Luverne, Minn., when
Rev. J. A. Saunders pronounced the fatal words at noon, Saturday. The bride
was attired in her wedding gown of peach silk canton crepe, trimmed in black
ribbons. She also wore a large black satin and peach picture hat with other
accessories to match and carried a large bouquet of gladiolas with
maidenhair ferns.

Following the wedding, Mr. and Mrs. Walker left for a month’s auto trip in
the west, going by way of the Black Hills and Colorado. They will be at
home in LeMars in September.

The newlyweds have the congratulations and good wishes of their many
friends. The bride was graduated in the 1921 class of the LeMars high
school and has been the successful teacher of the Dalton school for the past
three years. The groom was graduated from the Jackson, Ill., high school in
1915 and attended the Illinois college until 1918 when he entered service in
the World War. For the past five years since his discharge, he has been
connected with the Kehrberg-Schneider company and is one of the city’s best
like young businessmen.


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