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Marvin Leroy Adcock

Born - Tuesday, January 12, 1937

Auburn, Nemaha County, Nebraska

Married - Sunday, August 10, 1958

First Christian Church

Peru, Nemaha County, Nebraska

Died - Saturday, May 18, 2013

 Greater Regional Medical Center

Creston, Union County, Iowa



Wife - Jacqueline Jean (Pebley) Adcock

"Jackie Adcock"

Born - Thursday, August 5, 1937

Auburn, Nemaha County, Nebraska

Father -Clarence Alfred Pebley

Born - September 22, 1915  ۩ Died - September 1990

Mother - Grace Irene (Guilliatt) Pebley

Born - January 11, 1919  ۩ Died - September 8,  1987


Wedding Vow Spoken

August 10



The Peru Christian Church was the scene of a pretty wedding on Sunday, August 10, at four o'clock in the afternoon, when Miss Jacqueline Pebley, became the bride of Marvin Adcock.

Parents of the Bride and Groom are Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Pebley of Peru, and Mr. & Mrs. Elmer Adcock of Milford.

Reverend Lawrence Williams pastor of the church, performed the ceremony, in the presence of one hundred guests.

The chapel of the church was banked with baskets of gladioli

and other garden flowers.  The pews were marked with blue and white bows tied with stephanotis.

Preceding the ceremony, Mrs. Duerfeldt of Peru, played an organ prelude of nuptial music and the traditional wedding marches.

She also accompanied Miss Janice Pebley of Rock Port, Missouri, as she sang "Because" and  "Walk Hand in Hand".

Lighting the candles were Misses Ruth Gobber of Elk Creek, and Carol Goering of Brock, cousins of the groom.

The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, was lovely

in a nylon lace over bridal satin frock, fashioned with a sweetheart neckline, a flare skirt with soft pleats at the back, forming a short train. It was accented by tiny satin buttons, and a matching jacket, with long sleeves pointed over the hands.

The gown was made by the bride for her wedding. Her fingertip illusion veil fell from a pearl tiara. She carried an orchid on a white Bible marked with streamers of lily of the valley.

Miss Gwen Pebley, Peru, attended her sister as maid of honor. She wore a blue lace over blue taffeta gown of ballerina length, fashioned the same as the bride's gown.

Miss Nadine Adcock of Milford, sister of the groom, served as bridesmaid. She wore a blue formal frock with fullbouffant skirts. The maid of honor and bridesmaid both carried colonial bouquets.

Roger Heinke of Talmage served the groom as best man. Groomsman was Robert Van Horn of Bartlett, the ushers were Clifford Adcock of Nebraska City, Spencer Pebley and Kenneth Hager, both of Peru.

Mrs. Pebley, mother of the bride, chose a dress of ice blue nylon for her daughter's wedding. Mrs. Adcock, mother of the groom wore a navy blue dress. Both mothers wore white carnation corsages. The bride's four grandparents were present. They are Mr. and Mrs. George Guilliatt of Auburn and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pebley of Brownville. The groom's

grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Bohling, was also present. All the grandmothers wore pink and white carnation corsages.

Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held in the

church parlors for the guests.

Miss Carolyn Armstrong of Brownville had charge of the guest book. Mrs. Charles Fike and Mrs. Guy Cope had charge of the flowers.

The three-tier wedding cake was baked and decorated by the bride's mother. It was topped with a miniature bride and groom. Mrs. Albert Straw helped to serve the wedding cake and Marjorie Thomas of Nemaha, poured the punch and Mary Tynon of Peru poured the coffee. Assisting with the reception were Mrs. Brock, Mrs. Carl Adamson, Mrs. Frank Hays, Mrs. Edna Patterson and Dorothy Morris.

Following the reception Mr. and Mrs. Adcock left for the honeymoon in the Ozarks. For the trip the bride wore a blue suite with white accessories and the orchid corsage which was from her wedding bouquet. On their trip the young couple will also stop in Milford.

Mrs. Adcock graduated from Peru Campus high school and

attended Peru State Teachers College. She will teach at Ottawa, Nebraska this fall.

Mr. Adcock graduated from Peru Campus high school and is now employed in Milford and attending Milford Trade School specializing in radio and television. 


Auburn Press-Tribune


August 26, 1958




Marvin & Jackie Adcock




Son - Don Leroy Adcock

Born - February 23, 1960


Son - Dean Lavern Adcock

Born - July 29, 1961



Sister - Ruth Nadine (Adcock) Fahrlander

Born - July 11, 1939


Sister - Linda Joan (Adcock) Elze

Born - February 12, 1946


Sister - Barbara Jean (Adcock) Meier

Born - February 13, 1956



Father - Elmer C. Adcock

Mother - Hilda Barbara Auguste (Bohling) Adcock






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