Weddings have been rather numerous in Ann Arbor the past two daye, and several of our young people have made a start oa life's journey in double harness. To all of t hem the Argus extends its congratulations and best wishes. On Wednesday evening Mr. Vincent Crittenden and Miss Olga Laubengayer were quietly married at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Laubengayer, 98 S. Main st., by Rev. A. L. Nicklas. It was strictly a home wedding, only the nearest relatives of the parties being present. After the ceremony a wedding supper was served. Mr. and Mrs. Crittenden left on the east bound Michigan Central train for a short wedding trip. They will return home next week and will reside with the birde's parents. The same evening, at the Lutheran parsonage, 44 S. Fifth ave., Rev. A. L. Nicklaa united in marriage Mr. August Waidelich and Miss Addie Minkley, daughter of Mrs. Emma M. Minkley, of 40 Broadway. The young couple have furnished a neat little home on Ann st. , and have already gone to housekeeping therein. At 8 o'alock Wednesday evening, at the Second Baptist church, occurred a wedding that caused considerable pleasurable excitement to the colored residents of Ann Arbor. At that time Mr. J. H. Walker, of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Miss Nona B Loney, daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. John H. Loney, were married by Rev. Mr. Carter, of Adrian. The wedding was quite a swell affair and was attended by a large number of the friends of the contraofcing parties in this city and from other places. Edward Lewis, of Howell, acted as gentleman of honor, aud Miss Sfola Bird, of Lansing, as maid of honor. Miss Eva Robinson was flower girl, Mrs. Shewcraft played the wedding march on the organ, and the attendants were Miss Ruby Jones, of Plymouth, Miss Carrie Hayes, ot Ypsilanti, Mr. Rufus Zebbs, and John Slater, jr. , of Aun Arbor. The ushers were Davy Robinson, George Jewett, Wru. Zebbs and Thomas Wallace. Mr. 3. H. Louey, the father of the bride, gave her away, Last evening, at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Dorothy Wehner, 18 Sixth st. , Mr. Carl Gauss, foreman of the Inland Press bindery, and Miss Henretta Wehner, were quietly married in the presence of a few friends, by Rev. A. L. Nicklas, pastor of Zion Lutheran church.