Sterling Daily Standard
February 18, 1904
Cards are out announcing the marriage of Miss Minnie E. Fisher to Mr. Frank L. Hubbard, Wednesday, February 24, at 8 o’clock p.m. at the bride’s home in Montmorency.
Sterling Evening Gazette
February 24, 1904
WILL BE MARRIED TONIGHT - Frank Hubbard and Miss Minne Fisher to be United at Bride's Home.
Frank Hubbard and Miss Minnie Fisher will be united in marriage at 8 'clock this evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fisher in Montmorency. The Rev. C. A. Gage, pastor of the Methodist church, will perform the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Williams of St. Paul have arrived to attend the ceremony. Miss Fisher is an amiable young woman and possesses many accomplishments and is a favorite in the society in the neighborhood of her home. Mr. Hubbard is a prosperous young armer of Montmorency township and is quite well known in this city. After their marriage the couple will go to housekeeping on a farm which is conducted gy Mr. Hubbard. Congratulations of many friends are extended in advance of the happy event.
Sterling Evening Gazette
Feb. 24, 1904
A pretty country wedding occurred last evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elias Fisher on the Buell road two miles south of Rock Falls, uniting Frank Hubbard and Miss Minnie Fisher. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. C. A. Gage, pastor of the Methodist Church of Rock Falls, in the presence of about fifty relatives and friends. The ceremony occurred in a parlor of the home and the bride, groom and their attendants stood before a huge bank of green ferns and palms. The bride was attired in a dress of turquois blue trimmed with lace and ribbons.
Congratulations were offered and a large array of handsome gifts to the bride were admired by the guests. A bountiful supper was served and the evening was spent in social conversation and visiting.
The bride and groom will commence housekeeping at once on the Hubbard farm in Montmorency township. Both young people came from highly respected families of Montmorency township and they are very well known in a radius of several miles from thier homes. They have been residents of Montmorency for years and their many friends extend to them hearty congratulations and best wishes for a long and happy married life.
WILL BE MARRIED THIS EVENING
Miss Minnie Fisher Will Become Mrs. Frank L. Hubbard
Frank L. Hubbard and Miss Minnie Fisher will be united in marriage tonight at the home of the bride's parents about five miles south of this city. The wedding ceremony will be performed by the
rev. C. A. Gage, pastor of the Methodist church. Thre will be a large number of the relatives and friends of the contracting parties present at the wedding. The ring ceremonty will be used and it is expected that it will be a very pretty hoome affair. The bride and groom will not take a wedding trip but will begin keeping hosue at once on the old Hubbard farm south of town which will be in charge of Mr. Hubbard this year. The young people are both well known and popular in their neighborhood and have numerous friends who unite in wishing them happiness. Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Williams of St. Paul, Minn., came here to attend the wedding.