In 1933, Lorene Philips was the valedictorian of Foyil High School’s graduating class.

Dency Henley was the salutatorian.

On Saturday, the couple will become husband and wife in a 2 p.m. ceremony at St. Mark’s United Methodist Church in Tulsa.

Between the newlyweds-to-be, Lorene (Philips) O’Hara, 90, and Dency Henley, they will have 42 great-grandchildren, 22 grandchildren and six children.

“Lorene and I are not going to have any more kids,” Henley joked.

Following high school, Henley graduated from Tulsa Business College. He started his own firm, McVay-Henley Company, the largest food brokerage in Oklahoma.

O’Hara was a graduate of Northeastern State University, Tahlequah. She was a public school teacher in Arkansas and Oklahoma. She taught data processing the last 18 years of her teaching career at the Tulsa Vocational Technical Center.

She was married 68 years to Roy O’Hara who died in 2006.

Henley and his wife Louise were married 64 years before she died in 2002.

The couple will reside in Broken Arrow.