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THE KINGSTON DAILY FEEEMAN, KINGSTON, N. Y., WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH dusty of of bride, guests southern mid black is a Sau- Sau- employed and Pine of 236 St. John Bea- Sisters Are Brides in Easter Double Wedding ~jM|^^^I^IB I ·" w- *· jfti^Jfi^B^^BW*" MR. AND MRS. PETER GRECO Naccarato Sisters Become Brides in Easter Double Wedding Ceremony at St. Joseph's MR. AND MRS. CHARLES ANZALONE Two daughters of Kofinrio Nnc uurato, .'WO Wilbur nvcnun, and the lute Mrs. Naccarato, chose a double wedding ceremony Easter Dny t ? or their marriages, Miss Julia Naccarato was married to Peter, son of Mrs. Peter Greco, Ksopus uncl the lute Mr. Greco; and Miss Francos Nnccurato to Charlc.'i Air/alonc, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles An/alonc of New The double ring ceremonies were performed hy the Kev. John D. Simmons at 2 p. m. in St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church. Mrs. Frank Rafferty was organist and Miss Julia Guadagnola. sang Avc Maria. Easter flowers and candles were used to decorate the church. Each couple attended the other. Miss Julia Naccarato was escorted by her father. She wore a white neckline, , leg o'mutton sleeves, shirred bodice and skirt terminating in a long train. Her fingertip veil was held in place with orange blossoms. Miss Frances Nnccnrnto was escorted by her brother, Frank Naccarato. She wore a white satin gown entrain trimmed with lace and designed with long sleeves and sweetheart neckline. Her fingertip veil was attached to a tiara ol' satin flower petals. Both brides curried red roses and white gardenias. A reception was held at Judie's Restaurant t'o'V t h e immediate for a wedding trip to Canada. wore a grey gabardine suit with grey topper, black accessories and corsage of gardenias. They will live in Esopus. Mrs. Greco is I'loorlady at tho Beacon Co. Mr. Greco is a mechanic for the Garage. Mr. and Mrs. Anzalone left for a wedding trip to Florida. She chose a grey gabardine suit with black accessories and fur coat corsage of gardenias. They will live in New Pultz where the bridegroom operates ;n tipple orchard. Mrs. Anzalone was employed at F. Jacobson and Sons. (Kinkadc

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  1. The Kingston Daily Freeman,
  2. 31 Mar 1948, Wed,
  3. Page 10

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