! Keller-Joehl Nuptials. hl Mary's Church at Henry and ;h streets was the, scene of a ^ij and brilliant nuptial event this •Ing at 8 o'clock when Miss Es- Joehl, youngest daughter of Mr. •Mrs. Mclnard Joehl of Union became the bride of William jr. The altars of the church ? ! banked with ferns and flowers, large palms were placed in the 'uary. '•j bride was accompanied to the ' by nil unusually largo and beau: beau: wedding party, including six Jsmalds and a ntatroii of honor, (her with ushers, two flower !>!and a tiny train bearer. "3 bridal party entered tho church i-orlum to the strains ot Lohen- Bridal March, played by Max It. Mmayr, with Blx ushers, Fred '!, Edmund Grossheim, Eugene , Al Joehl, Francis Manning of . ( l River and Chris Levick, leading ,'recession. $ beautifully gowned bridesmaids !j-ed the ushers, walking in pairs. 'f'Mne Wright In pale pltik, with i; 1 Helen Cbristoe in nilo green, |i first bridesmaids and after them •fi Edna Wuellncr. a niece of Miss jt, in peach and Miss Betly Miller '•chid. Then camo Miss Alice i 'om in blue and Miss Helen Haas ^llpw. Tho bridesmaids' gowns i; of georgelle, similarly fashioned ''•' a light bodice and, a bouffant ''' The young women wore hats '.'irrespond with their gowns and •'•• pumps. They carried arm bridge lionor was will she Miss the of ney day. Mr. an J. is ton, mill has of A the tnc of at uets of roses, the flowers being •Ve same lint as the gown worn L 'jach young woman. !«. Clem Noll, sister of the bride, [d as matron of honor and enter- i,Se church Immediately' after the tsmaids. Mrs. Noll wore a gown ''h'ito georgette, with a hat to ijjh and silver pumps and carried jj roses. Is. Noll was f%lowed by two small - girls, Leonn Driesoerner and jthy Kllnke, attired In . dainty 'is of white georgette, trimmed As they moved up the Is of \-ttl attending his of daughter, Johnson _ !j the little girls strewed rosepclalsl I 1.10 bride's path. Joehl, lovely !> in her bridal of white satin, entered on the of her father, Meinard Joehl. with a tulip design and rose. | lace nnd wan heavily beaded j pearls. Her four yard brl- was arranged with cap effect, j'ht with pearls and wns held by |'in bearer Rita Schwegcl, so tiny i she could scarcely be seen be- I 1 the bride. Miss Joehl carried :1 roses and lilies of the valley. the entrance to the sanctuary ['n-klo wns met by Mr. Keller nnd ([best man, Clem Noll, and pre- lo tho altar steps where Hie ji.T. J. Bruno, awaited the coming .•ne bridal party. With Father ')e were the Rev. George Link and ^cv. R. A. Helnzmann. er the impressive ceremony has performed by the Rev. Bruue. !,:,al high mnss was celebrated. The |:1: Brittle was celebrant of the I}!,, the Rev. Link, deacon, and the |;j- Helnzmann, sub-deacon. jo niasH was suns by members of ....ry'.s Choir, with Professor Ijllmayr at the organ. At the of- |i'ry of Iho mass. Misses Marie* and Eleanor Wolf fang Wai,'s Wai,'s Ave Marie. |i?lsti»g the priests a I llic nuptial ' mnsH were Ralph Joehl, Arthur to. jlner, Robert Wuellner. Richard |::lner nnd Joseph Miller. Mr. is studying for the priesthood. :: ; .er Ihe mass, a wedding break- ll'was held nl Hie Joehl home, for H'bers of the bridal party and the families. The borne was |i!;ifully decorated, asparagus and '; of jiastnl shades being used, jrcccption is in progress at Ihe i?< Ihls afternoon and will con', con', throughout th" evening. Din- "vill bo served lo 150 guests, who i; been Invited lo the reception. lijle this evening Mr. Keller and vrlcle will leave on a honeymoon, 'ilng to spend a couple of weeks |!|'e east. Upon their return they Ijinako their home with Mrs. Kel- Jl parents. •(. Keller Is the son of Mr. and William Keller and is a well n young employee of the Itox- J,i"!araKe. His bride Is the charm|,(young charm|,(young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. fsard Joehl. Sho wns one of the I ;i feted brides of the season, be- ihe guest of honor at n series of arranged relatives nnd the the O lob, P.