BioM: Syth, Hazel
Surnames: STONEBERG SYTH COX
----Sources: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 03/25/1915
Syth, Hazel (28 JAN 1915)
Sidney Herald (Mont.)
On Jan. 28, 1915, at Neillsville, Clark Co., Wis., Mr. Louis Stoneberg of that place, was united in the bonds of matrimony to Miss Hazel Syth of Girard, Montana. The couple arrived at their future home, Girard, Feb. 27th, where a monstrous, magnificent reception took them completely by surprise at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Syth, in the shape of a miscellaneous shower, etc., the dining room being beautifully and artistically decorated for the occasion in white and pink ribbons. About eighty persons partook of a supper at tables loaded to capacity with every delicacy and luxury known to the culinary art in eastern Montana. The entertainment commenced at 5 p.m., and comprised music, songs, general conversation and congratulations and lasted until about midnight, when the jolly crowd dispersed to their respective homes, carrying with them a sense of pleasure and contentment as having been participants in so hospitable an entertainment, all wishing the newly united couple a long future of bliss and happiness.
Among the presents received was a set of furs, valued at $100 from an uncle in Wisconsin (Mr. Sid Cox), a fine set of silverware, a set of Havilin China, several sets of table linen, and a number of minor presents awaited their return.
The bride’s wedding gown was of navy blue messaline, trimmed in white; her traveling suit of an Alice blue, trimmed in plaid silk, while a home-made wardrobe greeted her return home.
Mrs. Stoneberg (nee Syth) has been a popular member of young Girard society for about five years and all are pleased to know that the future home of the couple will be in this community.
Miss Hazel Syth was known far and near as one of the most lovable, affectionate and accomplished young ladies of Richmond Co., and the opinion prevails that her choice of a life-mate is worthy of just such a woman.
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