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Carol Ann Dainty and Stanford Bates Vincent Wed

Carol Ann Dainty and Stanford Bates Vincent Wed

Class of 1957

Falmouth Enterprise, Friday, October 27, 1961, Page 9

Miss Carol Ann Dainty, Stanford Vincent Wed

Miss Carol Ann Dainty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Dainty of County Road. Monument Beach, became the bride of Stanford Bates Vincent Thursday evening, October 5, at the Wellesley Hills Unitarian Chapel.

Escorted to the altar and given in marriage, by her father, the bride wore a street length gown of powder blue silk crepe and lace with scoop neckline and fitted sleeveless bodice of lace with pleated cummerbund and featuring a bouffant fingertip length overskirt of crepe with appliques of lace points over a sheath skirt. She wore a matching organza petaled hat with nose veil, lace mitts and pumps dyed to match her dress and carried a hand styled arrangement of white roses with blue delphinium and ivy.

The new Mrs. Vincent was graduated from Bourne High School in 1957, where she took an active part in extra curricular activities and music and was a member of the Wareham Order of Rainbow for Girls. She also was graduated from the New England Deaconess Hospital School of nursing in 1960 and is employed in the children's unit of the Massachusetts Mental Health Center in Boston.

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