BioM: Hatfield, Verona (1933)
Surnames: Hatfield, Stone, Stiefvater
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 02 Feb 1933
Hatfield, Verona (1 JAN 1933)
A lovely wedding solemnized Jan. 1st, 1933 in the parish house of All Souls Church, was that of Miss Verona Hatfield, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Hatfield, 804 South Atlantic Boulevard, to Robert H. Stone, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Stone, 243 South Garfied. Av., Monterey Park.
Rev. Father Marron read the marriage lines before an altar of banked palms and holiday greens and the bride was attended by her three sisters, Miss Dorothy as maid of honor, and wee Dolores, flower girl, with Betty Mae acting as ring bearer. Jack Stone, brother of the groom, was best man and the bride was given in marriage by her father.
The bride was charming in an afternoon gown of periwinkle blue crepe and she wore a corsage of pink rose buds and white sweet peas.
Miss Dorothy Hatfield wore a frock of pink crepe and sweet peas and the little flower girl and ring bearer were petite in dainty pastel colored frocks and Dolores carried a basket of mixed sweet peas.
The bride is a graduate of All Souls Parochial School and of Alhambra High School with the class of 1931. The groom is a graduate of the Alhambra High School and is in the plumbing business in Monterey Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Store are on their honeymoon trip to Santa Barbara and other northern cities, and upon their return they will meke their home at 243 South Garfield. Av.
The above was taken from the Alhambra, Calif. Paper and the birde is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Stiefvater of this city.
Congratulations and best wishes are extended to Mr. and Mrs. Stone by their local relatives and friends.
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