Harry George Eisentrout & Shirley Jean Earasom Wedding - August 31, 1957
Earsom-Eisentrout Wedding Held In Central Methodist Miss Shirley Jean Karsom,! daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James! N. Earsom, 800 Patterson Ave- Bue, became the bride yesterday of Harry George Eisentrout Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry-G. Eisenfrout, LaVale. The double ring ceremony was performed in Central Methodist Church by Rev. James D. Elliott, pastor. The altar was. decorated with white gladioli, babys-breath end palms ^th lighted tapers of candelabra. The family pews were marked with white satin ribbon bows. The traditional wedding marches were played by Miss Virginia Fatkin .who accompa Bled Joseph Martin, soloist. Miss Miss JoAnn Earsom, sister o the bride, was maid of honor Neil Smith was best man' anc ushers were: Ronald Eisehtrou cousin of the bridegroom, an Ronald Gillum. The bride, given in marriag by her father, wore a floor-Iengt gown of white lace and ne fashioned with a'high necklin and pointed sleeves. The fitte bodice joined the skirt in rows tiers. .Her fingertip veil fell fro tiara of lace. She carried a hi te> Bible topped with a white chid and streamers. Following the ceremony Mr. nd Mrs. Earsom entertained jth..a; reception honoring the ridal coqple in the social hall of ie church. Mrs. Anna Turner ut the four-tiered wedding cake ipped with miniature bridal ouple. Miss Shirley Johnson resided, at the punch bowl. Mrs ohn Pettingall was In charge ssisted by .Group two of the hurch. The couple will reside at 327 itratford Avenue, Pittsburgh, vhere'.. the bridegroom Is a pharmacy student at University f Pittsburgh. Take Precautions Infants should be imrhunizec against whooping cough, diph heria. lockjaw and smallpox by 5 months of age, experts recom mend. Pound for pound, nylon cloth is about three times as strong as cotton.