YOAKUM — The first time Agnes Louise Einkauf Kneblick, 93, saw William Terry “W.T.” Kneblick, 95, he was riding down the road on a wagon-drawn cultivator wearing a huge Mexican hat. He was looking down as he dangled his swinging bare feet over the edge.

She told her sister she was going to marry him one day. He was 12 and she was 10.

Elena Anita Watts covers arts, culture and entertainment for the Victoria Advocate. 

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Roy McLaurin

The story was very well written, And they lived happily ever after

Barbara Hagel

What a beautiful story. Something uplifting amid all this turmoil this world is going through. this is a testament to what marriage and true love is all about. May they be blessed with many more.

Alonzo Salazar

Wonderful story, these are the people I love to visit with.

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