Babe & Hank wedding
Plymire/Kincade It was 44 years ago Henry Plymire and Edelia "Babe" ttncade met on a blind date in Vlarysville. The two were married married Nov. 26 by James W. Luther. "We were high school sweets," Plymire said of that 1942 romance. They met at a high school basketball game in which Plyrnire played. A schoolmate Sy Lowden and his girl friend set up the date. Plymire went in the U.S. Navy in 1943. He says he came back from duty in the Pacific in time to put "Babe" on the train for the Coast Guard training station. "She married a 'Coasty' and I married another Yuba City peach blonde," Plymire said. Both raised a family. "We have seven kids between us," the Nov. 26 bridegroom announced. announced. Kincade and her former husband husband made their home in Willits for quite awhile. A few years ago, both Plymire and Kincade became single, but Plymire didn't know how to get in touch with his former girl friend. He contacted contacted the late owner of Brooktrails Lodf;e in an effort to locate hei. Plymire said Kincade thought he was an old schoolmate who wanted to sell her insurance. Finally, when she found out who it was, she sent him a wire saying "Seek and you shall find." The pair got back together in January, 44 years from that first blind date. Kincade is employed by the Mendocino County Department of Environmental Health. Her husband is a retired Chamber of Commerce executive out of San Jose. The couple chose Judge Luther to tie the knot, because Kincade had worked for him briefly before going to work for Environmental Health.