Beulah Blanche Carden Marries at Omaha, 1915

Wedding bells from the Skidmore New Era (Skidmore, Missouri), May 27, 1915, page 1:

Married at Omaha

Relatives and friends of Miss Beulah Blanche Carden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mart L. Carden, have received announcements this week of her marriage to Prof. Walter Lee Butts of Dearborn, Mo.

The ceremony was performed in the parlors of the Hotel Loyal, Omaha, Nebraska, on Wednesday, May 19th, by a brother of the bride, the Rev. O. C. Carden, pastor of the First Presbyterian church in Shelby, Iowa.

The bride is well and favorably known among the people of Skidmore and vicinity.  She is popular in church and social circles.  Since her graduation from the Skidmore High School two years ago she has been engaged in teaching, the last year being spent at Sheridan, Mo.

The groom is a young man of excellent character and education, holding the degrees of A. B. and M. Acc’ts.  Since graduating from college four years ago he has followed the profession of teaching.  He is a promising young man with every indication of making a mark in the world.

Mr. and Mrs. Butts are now on their honeymoon in Iowa and other points.  They will reside in Craig, Mo., where Prof. Butts has been elected Superintendent of the public schools at a good salary.