BioM: Hubbard, Evelyn R. (1932)
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----Sources: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 11/10/1932

Hubbard, Evelyn R. (2 NOV 1932)

Evelyn Roberta, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hubbard and Floyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Cook, were united in marriage at the Methodist Episcopal Church in Thorp (Clark Co., Wis.), by Rev. Irish, Wednesday morning at nine o’clock, Nov. 2nd, 1932.

Mrs. Geo. McClaren played the wedding march, "Here Come the Bride."

The bride was attired in chocolate brown flat crepe and carried a shower bouquet of talisman roses, bovardias and sweet peas. They were attended by the parents of the contracting parties. Beryl, sister of the bride, acted as flower girl, and Dean, brother of the bride, was ring bearer.

Both parties are well and favorably known in this community.

After the ceremony the wedding party and near relatives returned to the bride’s home, where a wedding dinner was served.

This was a wedding of unusual occurrence, it being the birthdays of both the bride’s and groom’s mother, also the sister of the bride who was the flower girl.

The young couple, accompanied by the bride’s parents, left Thursday morning for a short visit with relatives and friends at Durand and Mondovi.

A wedding dance was given at the Thorp Opera House on Monday evening.

We join them with the many friends in all the pleasure and happiness that can befall anyone in a long and useful wedded life.



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