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of married parlors and manager Szy- Alma Saracione Wed at St. Mary's To Gregory Riello Mlw Almn Louise Saracione, aughter of Mr. and Mrs Ralph araclone of 203 Woodlown Ave- ue, was married this morning t, Mary the Morning Star o Gregory Louis Riello, son ol \tr, and Mrs Anthony Riello ot 64 Merrill Road. Rev. Eugene Marshall, D D , performed the 'clock ceremony, Mrs Mary tfalsh was at the organ, and hlklren's choir, of wliich the tide's sister, Rosemary, is a er, sang Mr. Swraclone gave his daughter n marriage She wore white vith beaded portrait neckline, klrt over satin and court train, nd a beaded tiara held her dged finger-tip veil. She carried n arm bouquet of white roses, mall blue pompons, bHie organdy streamers Miss Florence Sara- lone, maid ol honor for her wme a handmade aqua taffeta own with fitted bodice and leckllne, and a matching feath- red calot Hei arm bouquet f red roses and white pompons, Vilh a deep red ribbon. The bride's mother wore navy olue and black, and the bridegroom's bridegroom's mother was dressed in ilack Both had corsages of pink oscs Joseph Riello, brother ot tnc jridegroom, was best man, and ushers were Ralph Saracione Jr, he bildo's bi other, and Mario Rottl A dinner at I he White nn was followed by a reception it the bride's home Among the quests wii Mrs Mary Eder of Jew York, the biide's gtandÂ» mother For a trip to New tfrs. Riello wtore a blue and ensemble with a coisage of gardenias. The couple will live at Merrill Road after Nov. 17. Mis Riello, a former resident llephentown, NY, and New ;ily, wn.s giaduated fiom Berlin NY) III?)! School, and her hus- innd attended local schools. Both ure employed by the GE Mr Riello was In the Infnntry 2'A years, 19 months in Europe.