The Seattle Daily Times June 27, 1915 Page 47 column 7
DOUBLE WEDDING A double wedding was solemnized Sunday at the home of the brides, 845 East Fifty-ninth Street, when Miss Eva Shotwell became the bride of Mr. Allen Anderson of Astoria and Miss Rose Shotwell was united in marriage to Mr. Albert Giberson. Miss Katherine Shotwell was maid of honor for both brides, while Mr. Robert Shotwell acted as best man for the grooms. Rev. A. Ferch of Tolt officiated.
Miss Rose Shotwell wore a gown of white silk and lace and her sister wore a traveling suit of navy blue serge with gray hat trimmed with blue flowers. Following the service a dinner was served to the immediate families only.
Both brides were graduates of the Ellensburg Normal School. Mr. Giberson is attending the University of Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. Giberson will be at home in Tenth Avenue Northeast, while Mr. and Mrs. Anderson will reside in Astoria.
Among the out-of-town guests present at the ceremonies were Mrs. George Anderson, mother of Mr. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Wilber of Sequim and Mr. and Mrs. A. Ferch of Tolt.
I still haven't found where they are buried. Ellie