Clipped From Woodland Daily Democrat
1 , j I ! , 1 1 I I 1 1 I ( r r - ., V lCtOf WanStOIl Weds in Oakland 'edding of interest to a large number of Woodlanders is that of Victor T. Cranston and Miss Norinne r.vonctnr, .iml Mi. Jsayiey wnicn was soiemniu x u - day evening at tne nome 01 me Dime b parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson S. Bay - ley, in Oakland. I PvanclnTi ij tlio son of Mrs. T. F. i. : r.i i Cranston is the son of Mrs. T. F. ! Cranston of Woodland and is well - I known here to a large circle of friends. ! Reverend Alexander Allen of St. Paul's Episcopal church officiated at I the nuptials, at which the couple were ! unattended. I The bride wore a smart gown of , ,arnr.atrn v - mtA Iwp and tulip and 1 hampagne tinted lace and tulle, and , which was followed by .. - 1 , reception. . Mr and Mrs Cranston ai ing a tun to British Columbi; enioy - and on their return will make their home in , dku. , versity of California and a membei of Sigma Pi fraternity. Mrs. Cranston is a graduate of the 11,,, vp. - s.lv nf Nfivada and of San Jose State Teachers college. carried pink roses. Relatives and the closest friends numbering two score , , , . , p. wcd(lillo , VlSi h! 1 1 '