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Careful planning by groom innocently betrayed

To Ed,

Our honeymoon site. . .

Thanks for the memories!! Jim can tell a long story about the after midnight attack at this motel on our borrowed car. The vandals included Willard and Wayne Smith, Terry Randall, and someone who should have known better, Dr. H.C. Randall, a respected Baptist Church deacon.

Jim carefully planned our getaway with Dad Demaree. After the wedding the Bride told her trustworthy Maid of Honor, Hilda Willis. After the successful escape, Hilda told Bridesmaid Dale Randall. You can figure out the rest of the story.

Needless to say, the Bride has been reprimanded Many Times for letting the cat out of the bag.

The bride: Annette Richards
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This story was posted on 2007-02-22 12:12:37
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