Borlin - Eising Wedding 1969

Borlin - Eising Wedding in Quincy, October 11, 1969

Via The Carrolton Gazette - Patriot - Page 3 -- Section 1 -- Thursday, October 16, 1969

Miss Shari Louise Eising of Hazelwood, MO. and Dr. David Dee Borlin of St. Louis, MO formerly of Carrollton, were united in marriage Saturday morning, October 11, in St. Mary's Church at Quincy. Father Philip Johnson officiated at the Nuptial Maxx and double ring ceremony at eleven o'clock.

Vases of rose, pink and white gladioli combined with huckleberry were placed at the alter, and the pews were marked with white satin and maline bows and salal leaves with white and gold pompons.

Music for the service was furnished by the Children's Choir of the Church.

The bride's parents are Mr. and Mrs. John N. Eising of Quincy and the groom is the son of Mrs. Marion Borlin of Carrollton and the late Mr. Borlin

A wedding breakfast was served at 1PM at Stipp's in Quincy, and the reception at Stipp's was held from 2:30 to 4:30PM Saturday afternoon. The Host Room in Quincy was where the rehearsal supper was held at 8:30PM Friday.

Mrs. David D. Borlin

Miss Shari Louise Borlin - Oct. 11, 1969

Escorted to the alter and given in marriage by her father the bride was lovely in a floor lengthen gown of white peau de soie, English net and imported silk Venice lace. The gown was fashioned with princess lines, a yoke and standup collar of net with an overlay of Venise lace flowerlets, long fitted sleeves and a band of net and lace from shoulder to wrist, and with bands of lace down the sides of the skirt and around the hem. A detachable tubular train flowed from the back yoke and was held by a double bow accented with lace. Her bouffant veil of imported white silk illusion fell from a forward headpiece of pearl edged finger petals and flowerlike arrangement accented with Venise lace trimmed leaves. The bridal bouquet was a cascade arrangement of white Colorado carnations centered with pink sweetheart roses and encircled with yellow rosebuds.

Miss Kay Eising of Quincy, sister of the bride, was the maid of honor, and the bridesmaids were Miss Marcia Baker and Miss Rosemary Kattelman, both of Quincy. They wore identical floor length gowns of romance blue chiffon and satin, styled similar to the bride's gown, with A-line skirts, small standup collars of satin with braid trim, and long sheer sleeves held at wrist with wide braid trim on a satin band. A tapered satin panel was caught at the back of the neck with a flat tailored bow. The headpieces of the bride's attendants were tiny camelot hats of matching satin and braid veiled in tiered maline. They carried cascade bouquets of gold and yellow pom poms and marguerite daisies with blue satin ribbons and talisman loops.

William Gussner (St. Charles, MO) of St. Louis was best man and the groomsmen were David Harrington and Graham Siegel of St. Louis. The guests were seated by Jim Kayser and Richard Bonebrake of Quincy.

After a wedding trip to Nassau and Miami Beach, Florida the newlyweds will live at 9948 Warshire Drive, St. Louis, MO 63132.

Mrs. Borlin is a 1964 graduate of Notre Dame High School in Quincy and was graduated in 1966 from Blessing Hospital School of X-Ray Technology. She is employed as a radiologic technologist at The Vitale Medical Center in St. Louis.

Dr. Borlin is a 1957 graduate of the Carrollton Community Unit High School. He recieved a B.A. Degree in 1961 from Illinois College in Jacksonville and recieved a Ph. D. Degree in 1967 from Washington University in St. Louis. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi. Dr. Borlin is a computer system engineer with International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) at McDonnell-Douglas Corporation in St. Louis.

Among the out-of-town guests at the wedding in addition to the groom's mother, Mrs. Marion Borlin, were Miss Beulah Pegram, Mrs. Maude Evans and Mrs. Louis Reisch of Carrollton, and Mr. and Mrs. Nathanial Pegram and son of Caseyville.