William T Cleland Jr
A pineapple 906 3%x simple California Girl Marries Rayne Township Man Frances Constance Craig of Santa Cruz, Calif., became the bride of Wiliam T. Cleland, Jr., of Home, in the home of Rev. J. K. Boston in Creekside, recently. Rev. Boston married the pair in a single-ring ceremony. The bride chose a black linen- j crash dress with silver trimmings and a small black hat, trimmed with coins rose feathers for her wedding. A Y. Box' semble. street-length rose coat and black accessories completed her en- the the 1 best in home The couple's only attendants were the bridegroom's father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. William T. Cleland, Sr., of Home. Mrs. Cleland wore a black frock with gold accessories. Mrs. J. K. Boston was a witness at the ceremony. The newlyweds will make their home on the farm formerly known son, ! as tthe W^elm Farm, after the first °/ April. The bride is a ; ter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Roy IT. Gilmore of California.