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From the Ravenna News,
Friday, June 20, 1941
The marriage of Miss Dorothea
Gruber and Mr. Glenn Stover took
place on Sunday evening, June 15,
at eight o'clock in Bethlehem Lu-
theran church, with the Rev. G. O.
Kebschull officiating. The chancel
of the church was beautifully dec-
orated with two large baskets of
gladiolias, flanked by seven-
branched candlesticks, which sup-
plied the only light during the
The bride wore a white mar-
quisette dress, with shirred bo-
dice, sweetheart neckline, trimmed
in orange blossoms, and a ber-
cable veil, finger-tip length, trim-
med with white pearl garlands.
She carried a bouquet of white
roses centered with pink swain-
The maid of honor was Miss
Bernice Gruber, twin sister of the
bride. She wore a blue net dress
with lace insertion and white ac-
cessories. Her bouquet was made
up of pink snapdragons and baby's
breath. The wedding march was
played by the bride's father, Mr.
Miss Wilma Stover, sister of the
groom, served as bridesmaid. She
wore a pink chiffon dress and car-
ried a bouquet of blue delphiniums
and baby's breath.
Prof. Herbert Meyer of Seward,
friend of the bride and groom, was
best man. He played several se-
lections on the organ before the
ceremony and also accompanied
Mr. Garmatz who sang two solos.
Dale Heins and Henry Rathjen
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Otto Gruber of Ravenna,
taught school during the past few
years, while the groom, son of Mrs.
Stover, is in charge of the store
and post office in Poole. The cou-
ple will make their home in Poole.
Their first-born, Rodney Roy Stover, at about age 3. Born June 8, 1942 at his grandparent's home at 207 Padua Avenue, Ravenna, Nebraska.
Kind of a cute guy, huh? (Webmaster's priviledge)
(note the hands.)
The Glenn Clayton Stover Family at the Gruber's in Ravenna, 1953
(lots of hands to note. Another example of lovely wallpaper. And, there's a scab on Dad's right shin. Also note the contented look on Mom's [Dorothea's] face.)
Saturday night bath. (1953)
Kim, Kerwin (in the tub) and Todd Stover.
Victor Todd, born 14 September, 1948
Kim Alan, born 4 March, 1951
Kerwin Glenn, born 1 May, 1952
Glenn Clayton ("Pat") Stover at Pat's Store and his trusty 1949 (?) Willy's Jeep, about 1951 (?). Note the cream cans. The Sinclair gas pump. And the anti-defrost thingies on the wind-shield. And "9-5741" That "9" still is Buffalo County, Nebraska.
Pat's Store, about 1955-56. The 1952 Ford Ranchwagon,
a cream hauler. That's Kerwin (?) in the front seat.
Glenn C. Stover in the 3rd of July, 1976 parade in Kearney, NE. Dad was a member of and president of the Pleasanton chapter of the Legion club.
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