July 20, 1940 possible daughter of Guerino Leonardo Acri Sent to invest
Second of city, Mrs. Front Mr. pastor, for accompanied home by with A pink cap with was a with to of for - he MRS. FRANK MANNOXE Miss Irene Acri, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' Leonard P. Acri, 1173 Market street, became the bride of Frank Mannone, son of Rosario Mannone, Baltimore, in a service performed at 1 o'clock to day in St. Francis Catholic Church. The Rev. Joseph R. Murphy was the officiating clergyman. The bride was given in marriage by her father and wore a period gown of white satin brocade made with long pointed sleeves and an Elizabethan ruff. Her veil fell from a coronet of seed pearls and rhine stones, embellished with orange blossoms, and he: flowers were bride roses and lilies of the valley, Misa Rose Acri, the bride's sis ter, who was maid of honor, was gowned in powder blue chiffon. Her floral headdress held a short veil of blue and she carried a colonial colonial bouquet. Miss Stephenie Man none and Miss Josephine Mannone, sisters of the bridegroom, were bridesmaids.. Their gowns were of pink marquisette and they wore floral headdresses and short pink veils and carried colonial bouquets. bouquets. Anthon Mannone was his brother's best man, and ushers were Vincent Acri and Orlando Acri. Mrs. Acri, mother of the bride, wore a blue chiffon print gown and a white hat and her flowers were gardenias and lilies of the valley. A reception at the Acri home followed the ceremony, and Mr. and Mrs. Mannone left on a motor wedding trip to New York and seashore seashore resorts. The bride's traveling costume was a rose print ensemble and a white hat. Mrs. Monnone is a graduate of William Penn high school and has been associated with her father's business. Mr. Mannone is a graduate graduate of the Polytechnic high school of Baltimore and the Maryland Institute of Art. He is with the Welsh Construction Company of Baltimore, where he and his bride will live.