William Ewing Beard weds Ada Scott Rice

 
The Cartersville News
Cartersville, Georgia
June 3, 1909, Page 1
 
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Matrimonial.
Miss Rice to Wed Mr. Beard In Nashville On the 9th Instant.

Mrs. James L. Rice, of Nashville, Tenn., has announced the engagement of her daughter, Ada Scott, to Mr. William Ewing Beard, the marriage to take place June 9, at 5:30 o’clock, in the presence of relatives and near friends.

Miss Rice is the talented editor of the woman’s department of The Nashville American, and her work has placed her among the foremost of the women journalists of the south.  She is a distinctly handsome woman, a brilliant conversationalist, and has all the qualities to make her popular and beloved.

Her mother is a daughter of the late Col. Lewis Tumlin, of Cartersville, Ga., and she has numerous relatives in Georgia and Atlanta.

Mr. Beard is city editor of The American, and has been with the paper nearly fifteen years.  He is a son of Captain Richard Beard, of Murfreesboro, Tenn., and is a nephew and namesake of Judge W. D. Beard, who is chief justice of the supreme court of Tennessee. – Atlanta Constitution.

Miss Rice has been several times a visitor to Cartersville and was much admired for her intellectual brilliancy and personal charms.

 

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