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SWANSEA'S BIG 'BIT.'

-_.- -. " MARCH 31 ST." I

" A BIG BREAKFAST."i i__.'

-! IHUNKIN-YENDELL. I i!

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I HUNKIN-YENDELL. Neath Major's Wedding at Exeter. At Mount Ple-asant Chapel, Exeter the weddinjr took place of Miss Lily Yendell. yorngre'Jt daughter of the late Mr. ,T. Yendell and Mr?. Yendell, of Exeter, and Major Llewellyn Hunkin, Royal Wel-h Fusiliers, I sceond son of the late Mr. H. Hunkin and Mrs. Hunkin, of Neath. The brde. who wa?< ?ven away by her brother, Mr. C. YendcH, wore a gown of soft shell-pink silk net over ta.ffetaE. with silver cord edging the frilir, t f the double-fiounoed skirt the folded net cei^ture. The 13-,idesniaic!3 were Miss Dorothy Yendell and Miss Beryl Smith, Weston-super-Mare (nieces of the bride), and Miss Phyllis Hunkin and Miss Vera Hunkin (sisters of the brid-e- gro3m). ?' Second Lieutenant W. Ckmcnt HUllkin (brother of the bridegroom) was best nian, and the ofB?iatin? minister was the Rev. F. (?oHias.

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