Milestones: Apr. 1, 1929

Engaged. Frances Parker, of Rye, N. Y., daughter of Board Chairman Junius Parker of American Tobacco Co.; to Alexander C. Neave, Manhattan lawyer.

Married. Elizabeth Stebbins Walbridge, of Manhattan, daughter of George Hicks Walbridge (Schick razors); and Kennedy Brown Bailey, of Cleveland; in Manhattan.

Married. June (Howard-Tripp), British musical comedienne, lately starred on Broadway in Polly (a failure); and John Alan Burns, fourth Baron Inverdyde, 32, of Wemyss Castle, Renfrewshire; in London.

Married. Clarence G. Marshall, of Washington, managing editor of the United States Daily; and Mrs. Pocahontas Booker, Manhattan widow; in Manhattan....

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