Shirley A. (1947)
Surnames: CALIEBE SYTH BUSCH WARNER ALLEN OFFORD
----Sources: Marshfield News Herald (Marshfield, Wis.) 02/20/1947
Syth, Shirley A. (15 FEB 1947)
Saturday afternoon at 2 o’clock, in a wedding ceremony read in the United Lutheran Parsonage at Greenwood (Clark Co., Wis.), Miss Shirley Ann Syth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Syth, Greenwood, exchanged nuptial vows with Earl George Caliebe, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Caliebe, Greenwood. The Rev. A.E. Norson performed the private marriage service.
The attendants were Miss Beatrice Busch, Greenwood, maid of honor; Dick Warner, Greenwood, best man; Miss Joan Allen, Neillsville, a cousin of the bride, bridesmaid; and Arles Offord, Withee, groomsman.
The bride’s gown of white velvet came to the floor and white flowers held her long veil of illusion. She wore white gloves and held white roses.
Both attendants wore white chiffon frocks and carried red roses.
A dinner and reception for 45 guests were held at the Syth home after the ceremony. The dining room ceiling was canopied with white streamers and the white covered tables were decorated with red ribbons and hearts. Sunday evening a dance in honor of the young couple was held at the Merry Ol’ Gardens.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Caliebe were graduated from the Greenwood High School, she in 1945 and he in 1946. Mrs. Caliebe attended a radio school in Minneapolis and is employed by Capital Airlines, P.C.A., at Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. Caliebe is engaged in construction work in Greenwood, where the couple expect to make their home in about six weeks.
Guests from away attending eh reception were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kemp and family, Rochester, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Eisentraut, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Eisentraut, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Allen, Neillsville; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Plamann, Hugo Caliebe, Appleton; Miss Verna Caliebe, Milwaukee; Miss Grace Caliebe, R.N., Chicago.
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