Clipped From Lebanon Daily News
Helen Kreichbaum Becomes Bride Of Norman Eisenhower Miss Helen Christine Kreichbaum became the bride of Norman W. Eisenhower in an impressive double ring ceremony at two o'clock Saturday afternoon in the Hebron E. V. B. Church, the Rev. Alden G. Biely officiating. The church" was decorated •with yellow, bronze and white chrysanthemums and the aisle was covered with a white carpet. David Rowe sang three solos, "It I Could Tell You." "Because." and "O, Promise Me". A soft background of "Claire de Lune" was played during the ceremony. Bride In Satin The bride wore a princess style gown of white satia, with a jewel neckline. Her veil of white illusion edged with two inches of •white lace fell from "a pearl tiara. She carried a bouquet of white pompons gathered with a white satin ribbon, in a cascade arrangement, and wore a white satin slippers. Mrs. Eisenhower was given in marriage by her father, William Kreichbaum. Attending the bride were her matron-of-honor, Mrs. Christine Kapp. sister, and ,Miss Marilyn Owens. Mrs. Kapp and Miss Owens wore gowns of orchid satin and orchid tiaras.-Both carried bronze pompons. Flower-girl was Kathleen ^Creichbaum, cousin of th» bride, who wore a little gown of nile green satin covered -with white nylon, net and scattered with velvet bows. She also wore a bouquet of nile green, and carried yellow pompons. Best man for the bridegrom was Richard H. Eisenhower, brother, and ushers were John Heverling and Roland Sheffey, all .of whom wore tuxedoes and had white pompon boutonnieres. The bride's mother wore a black and white taffeta dress •with black velvet accessories. The mother of the bridegroom wore a dress of black and white velvet with black accessories. Both wore a corsage of white pompons. Out-of-town guests for the wedding came from Spring City, Shillington. Reading, Harrisburg and Pottsville. Reception Held A reception was held following the ceremony at the Hebron Fire Hall, which was enjoyed by the ^wedding party plus 200 guests. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Kreichbaum, of 1010 Walnut St., is a graduate of Lebanon High School, and was foY- merly employed by the Lebanon News Agency. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Eisenhower of Lebanon Route 20. is also a graduate of Lebanon High School, and is employed in the chemical laboratory of the Department of Highways, in Harrisburg. The couple will reside at 1010 Walnut St., Lebanon. .. .