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1936

MISS EASTER CLIFTON'S WEDDING.
Ceremony at St. Mary's Cathedral, Edinburgh.
ON 22nd BIRTHDAY.

The arrangements for the wedding of Miss Easter Clifton, the third daughter of, Mrs. Clifton, of Lytham Hall and Kildalton Castle, Isle of Islay, and the late Mr. John Talbot Clifton, to Mr. Gerald F. Bard, of Helensburgh, Dumbartonshire, will take place on Easter Monday, April 13th (the 22nd birthday of the bride-elect), at St. Mary's Cathedral, Edinburgh, to be followed by a reception at 5, Charlotte Square, Edinburgh, which has been kindly lent for the occasion by the Marquis and Marchioness of Bute.

The health of Mrs. Baird, the mother of the bridegroom-elect, is so very frail that it has been decided to have the wedding in Edinburgh in the hope that she will be able to be present without undergoing undue fatigue through travelling.

MRS. CLIFTON IN THE SOUTH.

Reference is made in " Woman's World," on page 11 of this issue, to the illness of Lady Bellingham, the younger daughter of the late Capt. Wykeham Clifton, but we are pleased to say that later reports show that she is much better now.

Mrs. Clifton, who has been visiting Lady Bellingham, is busy with the publication of a new poem. She is at present in Sussex and expects to be back at Lytham Hall for the Girl Guide reception on April 1st.

The Countess of Gainsborough and Lady Maureen Noel will pay a visit to Lytham Hall at the end of the month.

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