Monday, August 13, 2012

Miss Anderson Becomes Bride of Oakland Man

From: The Oakland Tribune, 06 March 1912, Page 11, Column 2

Miss Anderson Becomes Bride of Oakland Man

When Miss Ella Ruth Anderson of 2227 McKinley street, Berkeley, became the bride of Frank Spear, an Oakland business man, at the home of Rev. O. Grovensberg, pastor of the Lutheran church in San Francisco, Monday evening. the [sic] same rector performed the ceremony that married Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, parents of Miss Anderson.

The wedding was attended by a number of friends of the bride and groom. Miss Fingerson was the maid of honor and Robert Treadwell was the best man.

After a honeymoon trip through the southern part of the state, the young couple will return to their home in Aileen street, Oakland.

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