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Grace M. Cannon Bride of Earl Stanley Raymond Jr.

Class of 1956

Falmouth Enterprise, Friday, June 27, 1958, Page 9

Miss Cannon Bride of Mr. Raymond at Pocasset Church

Miss Grace M. Cannon, daughter of Mrs. Edward J. Cannon and the late Edward Cannon of Cataumet, was married May 24 at Corpus Christi Church in Pocasset, to Earl Stanley Raymond Jr.

Mr. Raymond is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl S. Raymond of Shore Road, Bourne.

The bride wore a blue lace wedding gown with bouffant ballerina length skirt and carried a bouquet of white roses and stephanotis.

Miss Katherine Cannon, sister of the bride, was maid of honor.

Mrs. Cannon, mother of the bride, wore a blue lace afternoon dress with white accessories and a wrist corsage of white Camelias.

Best man at the afternoon service at the church rectory was Clifford Duval Jr. of Monument Beach.

Reception for immediate families followed the service at Mrs. Cannon's Cataumet home.

Mr. Raymond was graduated from Bourne High school in 1953. He served with the Army Medical Corps in Okinawa and Is now attending Bryant College in Providence.

The bride is an alumna of Bourne High School, class of 1956, and was employed by the General Electric Company in Boston. Their wedding trip was to Providence.

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