Hi? I,! vmw ' 1 f iv r'J h ' , $ jit ? s 4 tn I i - J 'I 'iti '! "V - f - v I i I' J ; 'II 5 k5- : I 'J j ! X ' ' j -I -j j I 7 " , , ' I' j 1 ,''-.,' ' ' -w.:.--5S f .. Uintihnrruon Press Phoio. AFTER CEREMONY Comdr, and Mrs. G. Norman Eisenhart, who were married at noon today in the First, Congregational Church. The bride is the former Florence Charlotte Bischof, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Bischof of 42 Highland Avenue. Florence G. Bischof Bride Of G. Norman Eisenhart IN A SINGLE ring ceremony performed at noon today in the First Congregational Church, Miss Florence Charlotte Bischof became the bride of Comdr. G. Norman Eisenhart, son of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Eisenhart of 116 Beethoven Street. The Rev. Claude Allen McKay heard the vows in a setting of palms, white snapdragons and lighted candles. Traditional wedding music was presented by Mrs. Albert Goldsworthy, organist, and Mrs. George Harris, vocalist. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Bischof of 42 Highland Avenue, appeared in a white satin portrait gown fashioned with a high net neck with a collar of Chantilly lace, a molded Waistline and a sweeping train. Her three-tiered fingertip-length veil of illusion was caught to a headdress . of Chantilly lace, and she carried a bouquet of lilies of the valley, thalia narcissus and a white orchid. Her maid of honor, Miss Martha Bischof, was gowned in moss green taffeta with a matching headdress. She carried a nosegay of pink carnations. Honeymoon in Quebec J .The bridesmaids, Miss Eleanor Ford and Miss Rosemary K. Connor of Cranford, N. J., were similarly gowned in moss green taffeta with bouquets of yellow carnations. Their full-skirted gowns were fashioned with a low neckline, bertha collar and a bustle. Richard E. Couse attended the bridegroom as best man.-Guests were seated by George Buckley and Robert Sullivan. A reception was held at the Arlington Hotel immediately after the wedding. , The bride's table was centered with a crystal wishing well, flanked by smilax and candelabra. A three-tiered wedding cake was served,. , . 1 The bride and bridegroom flew to the Chateau Frontenac in Quebec for a wedding trip. Mrs. Eisenhart wore a pale gray dressmaker suit and a matching hat trimmed with an American beauty rose. After their return, the couple will reside in New Hope, Pa.