(Note: before I post these weddings from the past, I need to make a change in a previous post. Because of scheduling conflicts the Mustang Meet will be May 17. Please mark your calendars.)
December 16, 1921
Last Sunday, at the home of the bride, in the presence of a large number of friends and relatives, Mr. Willie Arrington and Miss Virgie Paris were united in marriage by Rev. L. D. Sanders.
The bride is a very popular young lady who lives north of Kenefick, is the daughter of J. B. Paris, and is a charming young woman.
The groom is the son of Noah Arrington and lives south of Caddo. Both have many friends who wish them much happiness.
Recently Rev. Sanders performed the ceremony for a twin brother of Willie, so that now the reverend gentleman is in very much of a puzzle. He says he does not know whether he married Wiley to two women or whether he married Wiley to one and Willie to another. Anyway, he says, “that’s the duty of the wives to tell their husbands apart.”
The Herald joins the many friends of these young people in wishing them joy and happiness.
December 30, 1921
A Triple Wedding
Friday, Dec. 23rd, a rather unusual wedding ceremony was performed by Rev. L. D. Sanders, when the following couples were simultaneously united in marriage:
Mr. Carl Whittington and Miss Dollie Jenkins.
Mr. Clarence Whittington and Miss Della White.
Mr. J.V. Kitchens and Miss Flora Huntsinger.
The wedding occurred a the home of Mr. J.A. Kitchens, near Kenefick, and was witnessed by a large number of friends and relatives of the young couples.
After the ceremony an excellent supper was served.
Miss White’s home was at Ridden, Atoka county, while the other young people are form vicinities around Caddo. All are popular young people who have many friends to wish them happiness and success.