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Ruth Nadine (Adcock) Fahrlander
Born - July 11, 1939
Auburn, Nemaha County, Nebraska
Baptized - 1952
Confirmed - 1952
Married - July 26, 1959
Husband - Phillip Ray Fahrlander
Born - December 20, 1934
Brule, Keith County, Nebraska
Baptized - 1965
Phillip & Nadine Fahrlander
Married - July 26, 1959
Peru, Nemaha County, Nebraska
Vows Exchange in July Ceremony
The Christian Church of Peru was the scene of a very lovely wedding,
Sunday, July 26, at four o'clock in the evening, at which time
Miss Ruth Nadine Adcock became the bride of Phillip Fahrlander.
Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Adcock, Milford,
Nebraska and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fahrlander of Plattsmouth.
The impressive ceremony was performed in the presence of
250 guests by Reverend Lawrence Williams, pastor of the church.
Lighted candles in two seven branch candelabra and baskets of
pale yellow gladiola's appointed the altar. The pews were marked
with white satin bows and lily of the valley. The candles were
lighted by Linda Adcock, Milford and Rebecca Fahrlander,
Mrs. Clyde Duerfeldt presided at the piano for the prelude of
nuptial music and the traditional wedding marches. Mrs. Duerfeldt
also accompanied the soloist, George Rumler, Milford, who
sang "Through The Years" and "Because".
The lovely bride, appearing on the arm of her father, wore
a gown of imported Chantilly lace and tulle over taffeta. The
basque bodice was designed with a sabrina neckline patterned
with iridescent sequins and featured long sleeves tapering to
bridal points. Beneath the slender waist sequins were repeated on
lace appliqués to trim the extremely bouffant skirt of
alternating panels of lace and tulle. Her veil of silk illusion was
held by a tiara of seed pearls. She carried a cascade arrangement
of white roses.
Miss Judith Miller, Peru, served as maid of honor. She was
attired in a floor length gown of mint green silk organza over
taffeta, fashioned with a scoop neckline, featuring a wide
cummerbund, which ended in a pleated bow in the back.
She also wore a matching headband of tulle and carried a
nosegay of white daises. Bridesmaids, Miss Jo Ellen
McNergney, Tecumseh, and Miss Jeanette Romans, Council
Bluffs, were dressed in gowns identical to that of the maid of
honor, and carried nosegays of white daises.
Flower girls were Barbara Adcock, Milford, and Mary Jo
Mougey, Union. Robert Hoback, Nebraska City served as
best man. Ushers were Gerald Adcock, Brock, and
Jim Ulrich, Plattsmouth.
The reception was held in the church parlors immediately
following the ceremony. The lace covered table was centered
with a five tier wedding cake topped with a miniature bride
and groom. Ice cream, coffee and punch were also served.
For traveling the bride chose a two piece navy blue linen
dress with white accessories.
Mrs. Fahrlander attended the Nebraska State Teachers College at Peru. The groom attended the University of Nebraska and the Nebraska State Teachers College at Peru.
Following a Honeymoon Trip touring Iowa, the couple will be at home in Diller, Nebraska, where Mr. Fahrlander has a teaching Postion.
August 4, 1959
Son - Eric Raymond Fahrlander
Born - January 26, 1962
Wife -Julie (Meister) Fahrlander
Married - July 21, 1985
Son - Jeffrey Lynn Fahrlander
Born - March 4, 1967
Wife - Lisa (Knittel) Fahrlander
Married - September 10, 1967
Brother - Marvin Leroy Adcock
Born - January 12, 1937
Sister - Linda Joann (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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