Womanless wedding held in Caraway

Wednesday, April 5, 2006
Tiny and her groom exchanged vows at the Caraway Womanless Wedding fundraising event.

A Womanless Wedding was held in Caraway to benefit the Arkansas Children's Hospital and the local Search and Rescue team. The comedy event raised over $800. Proceeds will be divided between the two.

Gale Yates served as narrator for the "social event of the year."

The bride dressed in white was Phillip Hurst (Tiny) with Al Lunsford as the groom.

Wedding party and guests included Ricci Waugh Jr. (Georgette) and Greg Adams (Paulette) as ushers.

Other cast members included Danny Austin and Tim Austin (aunt and uncle of he bride); Murel Langston (Nosey Toadvine); Fred Couch (Fbika, jilted lover); Bill Shirley (Needza Man); John Boatman (Ethel); Bo James (Aunt Hominy); Jordan Adcock (Baby Sis Oates); Jerry Vaughn (Grandmother); Dearl Freeman (Grandfather); Ronnie Junyor (mother of the bride); Dub Armstrong (Mrs. Turnip Green, vocalist); Andy Anderson (Mrs. Honeysuckle, pianist); and flowers girls, Greg Douglas and Brian Clark.

Serving as bridesmaids were Roger Adcock (Miss Snake-in-the gradd); Ronald Gipson (Miss Poppy Cock); Mike Morris (Miss Gabriel), Ervin Smith (Apple Blossom); Wes Baxter (Miss Sara Snickers). Kenneth Faulkner was the father of the bride. Ethan Hurst (Stucky String Bean) served as ring bearer; Robert Freeman (Miss Muddie Idoefield) served as maid of honor; Jerry Stokes (Vester Tuttle) was high school sweetheart); Eddie Dunigan was minister; John Williams was best man; Clyde Wood was a friend.

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