Sunday, 6 March 2016

Wedding Wednesday: VISITING NURSE TO BECOME BRIDE

Brockton Daily Enterprise
Thursday, March 18, 1920
Page 2 
VISITING NURSE TO BECOME BRIDE 
Miss Olga Anderson Will be Married at First Lutheran Church.  
   More than 400 guests are expected to attend the wedding of Miss Olga Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gust Anderson, 98 Menlo street, and Verner Kinberg of New York, son of Mr. and Mrs. August Kinberg of Attleboro, at the First Lutheran church Saturday evening. Miss Anderson is one of the visiting nurse of the local association and is very popular among the young people of the South End. Mr. Kinberg is president of the Scandinavian Sales Co. of New York. Following the ceremony luncheon will be served.
   Miss Anderson will be attended by Miss Ruth Kinberg of Attleboro, sister of the bridegroom-elect, as matron of honor and Carl Anderson, brother of the bride-to-be, will be best man. The bridesmaids will be Misses Ellen Carlson of New Haven, Conn., and Miss Gertrude Lawson of West New York, N. J., classmates of Miss Anderson at Upsala School of Commerce, and Miss Olga Ahlgren. The ushers will be Arthur Hendrickson of New York, Arthur Jacobson of West New York, N. J., and Eldon Nelson. Paul Carlson will be ring bearer and the flower girls will be Miss Dorothy Froeberg, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Peter Froeberg, and Lucille Nelson, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Nelson. 

Copyright © 2016, David J. McRae

Sunday's Obituary: MOTHER OF TWO SETS OF TWINS

Brockton Daily Enterprise
Wednesday, March 17, 1920
Page 7 
MOTHER OF TWO SETS OF TWINS 
Wife of Martin Tarpey, Aged 35 Years, Expires. 
   Mrs. Nora Hopkins Tarpey, wife of Martin Tarpey, died Tuesday evening at her home, 147 Winthrop street, aged 35 years. Besides her husband she leaves six children, including two sets of twins, Annie and Mary Tarpey, Margaret and James Tarpey, twins, Richard and Martin Tarpey, also twins. She also leaves two sisters, Mrs. Peter Cruse of this city and Mrs. John Davis of South Hanson.
   Mrs. Tarpey was a member of St. Rose Court, M. C. O. F., and Auxiliary I. A. O. H. She had lived in this city 20 years.
   The funeral will take place Friday at St. Patrick's church and interment will be in Calvary cemetery.

Copyright © 2016, David J. McRae