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Paul & Helen Gobber Wedding
Leonard Lunzmann, Esther Bohling, Helen Bohling
Paul Gobber, Della Gobber,& Alvin Oestmann
Iona Oestmann & Elsie Bohling
Married - May 24, 1928
Saint Paul's Lutheran Church
Nemaha County, Nebraska
Bohling - Gobber
Judge Shaw issued a wedding license to
Miss Helen W. Bohling of Auburn and
Paul H. Gobber of Elk Creek on May eighteenth.
The wedding will take place today.
The Nemaha County Republic
May 24, 1928
A PRETTY CHURCH
Hickory Grove Church Scene of Happy Event
Miss Helen Bohling and Paul Gobber
are United in Marriage Last Thursday
Will Make Their Home on Farm near Elk Creek
A very pretty wedding was performed at Hickory Grove church
last Thursday afternoon, May 24, at 2:30 o'clock when
Miss Helen W. Bohling, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bohling, Jr. and Paul H. Gobber, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Gobber,
were united in holy matrimony. The ceremony was performed by
Reverend Theo. Streng in the presence of many relatives and friends.
The bride looked charming in a gown of white satin, trimmed with
Chantilly lace, brilliants and pearls fashioned with a tight bodice and
fluffy skirt. Her lovely white veil was caught about her head in
coronet style, with a wreath of orange blossoms. She carried a
shower bouquet of pink rosebuds, carnations, and sweet peas,
knotted with white satin ribbon. Her attendants were Miss Esther
Bohling, her sister, and Miss Della Gobber, sister of the groom.
They were attired in frocks of deep pink georgette with lace flounces.
The flower girls were Elsie Bohling, sister of the bride, and
Iona Oestmann, niece of the groom They were dressed in dainty
rose crepe designs and carried baskets of pink and white carnations
and ferns. The groom wore a conventional suit of dark blue, and was
attended by his nephew, Leonard Lunzmann, and
Alvin Oestmann, cousin of the bride.
Following the ceremony, an elaborate wedding dinner was served
to about one hundred and fifty guests of the bride's parents.
The home was beautifully decorated with pink and white roses, and
presented a pleasing appearance. The happy couple were the
recipients of many beautiful gifts, as tokens of the esteem in
which they are held by their many friends.
The bride was born and grew to womanhood near Auburn, where
she has always been very popular and highly esteemed. She is
a graduate of the Johnson high school with the class of 1927.
The bridegroom was born and reared near Diller, and is an
industrious and successful young farmer. He and his bride will
reside on a farm six miles east of Elk Creek, owned by the
groom's father. The best wishes of their many friends are
extended to them for a long and very happy wedded life.
The Nemaha County Herold
Friday ~ June 1, 1928
Born - November 11, 1909
Family Home Near
Auburn, Nemaha County, Nebraska
Paul Herman Gobber
Born - July 27, 1903
Family Home Near Diller, Nebraska
Son - Arnold Paul Gobber
Born - December 30, 1934
Daughter - Evelyn Joan (Gobber) Greenlee
Born - August 22, 1937
Daughter - Edith Marcelle (Gobber) Broady
Born - November 27, 1939
Daughter - Ruth Margene (Gobber) Wendelin
Born - August 1, 1941
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