Miss Foster to Wed on Thanksgiving
In one of the social events of the season, Miss Jean Louisiana
Foster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster, of this city will become
the bride of Frederic F. Spalding at high noon on Thanksgiving Day. Although
the wedding will be a quiet one and will take place at the home of her
grandmother, Mrs. A. W. Foster, it is considered one of the most interesting
weddings announced this season.
Dr. Lynn T. White, lifelong friend of the Foster family,
will officiate. A family dinner will follow the nuptials. The young bridal
couple will make their home in Fort Bragg, where the groom-to-be is in
Miss Foster met her husband-to-be at Fort Bragg, where
she was a member of the high school teaching staff, and he is a prominent
He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Spalding of Lowell,
Mass., and a graduate of Hobart College.
Miss Drew Is Bride of Mr. Hess
At a most impressive ceremony Saturday night Miss Lillian
Drew became the bride of Rolla Burchard Hess at the Drew home on “H” street,
the Rev. H. I. Oberholtzer officiating.
The bride was attended by the bridegroom’s sister, Miss
Marie Hess, of San Francisco. Gerald John Drew, brother of the bride, was
best man. The residence had been very beautifully decorated with flowers
in gay autumn tones for the occasion. A delightful repast was served following
the nuptial ceremonies. The young couple left immediately for a honeymoon
in the south, and will be at home to their friends next week at the Drew
Over 30 guests assembled to witness the ceremonies. Friends
and relatives of the young couple were present.
Mrs. Hess is the daughter of Joseph Drew and is known
to be one of the most charming members of the younger set. The bridegroom
is a prominent businessman of this city as an electrical contractor.