August 12, 1933 Acri Completed

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August 12, 1933 Acri
Completed - it MRS. EARL D. FILIPPELLI Miss Claire Elaine...
it MRS. EARL D. FILIPPELLI Miss Claire Elaine Acri, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marino Acri, 2113 Chestnut street, became the bride of Earl Daniel Filippelli, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Filippelli, 2020 Chestnut Chestnut street, at 8 o'clock this morning at st. .Francis catnonc cnurcti. Tne Rev. Joseph R. Murphy, pastor of tne cnurcn, officiated. The bride, who was given in marriage marriage by her father, wore an ivory satin gown, made along empire lines, with puffed shoulders and long sleeves, pointed at the wrist. Her veil, of ivory tulle, was draped Ma donna style and trimmed with orange blossoms. She carried a Co lonial bouquet of white gardenias, Miss Eileen Vicari, a cousin of the orioe. as maid of honor, wore Dale blue mousseline de soi with picture hat to match and carried an old - fashioned garden bouquet. Miss Catherine Filippelli, a sister of the bridegroom, wore Nile green and Miss Magdaline Wvnn, blush pink in mousseline de soi, and large rough straw hats wreathed with garden flowers. Clement Filippelli, a brother or tne bridegroom, was best man, and Marino Acri, Jr., and John Lewis, ushers. The entire sanctuary was decorated decorated with green oak leaves and gladioli and the Acri home, where a wedding breakfast was served after the ceremony, was decorated with gladioli and foliage. Mrs. Acri wore an ensemble of tea rose sand crepe and Mrs. Filippelli, black satin. Both had corsages of orchids. The children's choir of the church sang "Mass of Angels" and as an offertory, offertory, "Adored." Mrs. James A. Mannix, organist, played. Mrs. Filippelli is a graduate of Villa Maria Academy and Immacu - lata College, and Mr. Filippelli. a graduate of Technical High School, is associated with tne warrisDurg Gas Company. For her gomg - away costume, Mrs. FilinDelli chose an ensemble of beet root sand crepe with brown taffeta hat and brown accessories, sne wore a corsage of gardenias. with Third nome her his phia. ing street, Helen street, for wiu aays tne bert home where Mr. some othy now, rourtn visited W. Mr. Miss iew 1714 Mr. Miss here Mr. Macon, today, and ton, is . week Mrs. was Miss street, Mrs. non, yesterday. Mr. day. Miss Sixth Mr. for Miss

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 12 Aug 1933, Sat,
  3. Page 3

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