The following newspaper articles were sent to my by Bruce Keim in loving memory of his parents:
Madame Laure de Vilmar will entertain at 5 o'clock on Wednesday afternoon at an English high tea at her home, 1975 A Street in compliment to Miss Marjorie Little whose marriage to Paul Keim will take place on Dec. 31. The appointments will be carried out in the London fashion and there will be eight to ten guests.
WEDDINGS and ENGAGEMENTS
LITTLE - KEIM
Mrs. Alona C. Little announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Marjorie Ellen, to Paul F. Keim. The wedding will take place on Dec. 31 at the Westminster Presbyterian church. Miss Little is a teacher of piano in the University School of Music of which she is also a graduate from the Chicago College of Osteopathy and has studied pipe organ in Chicago. Mr. Keim is a graduate of the University of California and is spending his second year as instructor in the department of civil engineering at the University of Nebraska.
APPROACHING MARRIAGE OF PAUL KEIM AT LINCOLN
Falls City people will be interested in the announcement of the approaching marriage of Paul Keim of Lincoln to Miss Marjorie Little of that city, which will take place December 31st. Mr. Keim, who was born here and spent his boyhood in Falls City is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Keim now living in Hollywood. He is holding a professorship in the University of Nebraska, and the couple will establish their home in Lincoln. Miss Little is an accomplished musician, and is a teacher in the University Conservatory of Music.
Several parties are scheduled on the social calendar for the coming weeks to honor Miss Marjorie Little whose marriage to Paul Keim will take place on December 31. Mrs and Mrs. E.H. Polley and John Klinker and his daughter, Miss Marguerite Klinker, will entertain on Friday evening at a dinner at the Country club in compliment to Miss Little and Mr. Keim. The invitation list for the affair includes twenty-eight guest with Mrs. E.E. Henkle, Jr., of Cedar Rapids, Ia., from out of the city. On Saturday Mrs. Oswald Black will preside as hostess at an afternoon party at her home, 1845 South Twenty-seventh street, in courtesy to the bride to be. Mrs. Hugh Hallatt, Mrs. E.O. Miller and Miss Laura Aspinwill are planning a shower for December 28 honoring Miss Little.
WEDDINGS and ENGAGEMENTS
LITTLE - KEIM
A bank of miniature evergreen trees illuminated by ivory tapers in gold candelabra with an improvised alter representing a huge urn filled with poinsettias, formed a pretty setting for the marriage of Miss Marjorie Little, daughter of Mrs. Alona C. Little, to Paul F. Keim which took place at 5 o'clock on Saturday afternoon at the Westminster Presbyterian church. Four hundred guests assembled for the nuptial ceremony at which Rev. Paul Johnston officiated with Rev. Ray E. Hunt assisting. Harlan Smedley played an organ prelude of nuptial music preceding the entrance of the bridal party, and Homer Compton sang "Beloved, It is Morn." The bridal chorus from Lohengrin was used as a processional. Mrs. E.H. Poilley sang "O Perfect Love" preceding the benediction. The bride was gowned in ivory velvet fashioned with a a shirred drapery on the side and a yoke of embroidered lace. Three strands of pearls held a cluster of orange blossoms formed her headdress. She carried a shower bouquet of white roses, Miss Miriam Little of Eugene, Ore., who attended her sister as maid of honor, was dressed in green satin backed crepe and carried dark red roses. Mrs. A.A. Wilcox of Sheridan, Wyo., Mrs. Oswald Black and Miss Laura Aspinwall attended as bridesmaids. They wore frocks with a tight bodice and full skirt and carried colonial bouquets. Virginia Hains in a dress of green georgette served as flower girl and Robert Jenkins who appeared in a suit of white satin and black velvet, carried the ring. Roger A. Jenkins of Omaha attended the groom. J.P. Colbert, J.T. Aakhus, Oswald Black, Willfred Hill, J. Blackman, and M.R. Black served as ushers. Mrs. Little, the mother of the bride, wore a dress of black georgette trimmed in crystal and steel beads and a corsage of pink roses and sweet peas. A dinner at the church for sixty guests, including the members of the families, bridal party, intimate friends, and a group professionally associated with Mr. Keim and his bride, followed the marriage service. The members of circle No. 4 of Westminster Presbyterian church, with which Mrs. Little is affiliated, were in charge. Miss Ruth Easterday received the guests. Mrs. Robert Gray and Mrs. C.L. Morrison were in charge in the dining room and Mrs. E.W. Harlammert and Mrs. W.L. Hayden were in charge of the menu. Bouquets of pink roses formed pretty centerpieces on the tables where green and pink formed the color motif of the decorations. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Tyner of Ridgeway, Mo., were out of town guests at the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Keim will be at home 1521 Washington street.
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