Adventures of Old Damit

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Dog Ear Publishing, 5 dec. 2018 - 410 pagina's

OLD DAMIT is a slice of Americana taking place during the mid 1940’s, as viewed through the eyes of a high schooler with his road companion a 1926 model T Ford.

Enjoy reading about the misadventures of this Huckleberry Flynn and Jim team as they navigate their river of life. The work is 10% fiction wrapped around by 90% fiction.

So hold on to your seats as you begin your wild ride with surprises at every turn.

 

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Inhoudsopgave

DID YOU SAY FREE
1
O WELL WHATS IN A NAME
19
DAMIT VS AIRPLANE
45
HOTTEST KEY IN TOWN
59
THE BIG OIL DEAL
81
Contents CHAPTER 9 WRONG WAY DAMIT
87
DOGS GET A BATH
109
HOT PIPES
125
OLD DAMIT GETS A BATH 191 Taking shortcut means second bath for Old Damit
205
Contents CHAPTER 19 THE BIG PARADE
221
DAMIT CHECKS OUT NEW PUP
237
DAMIT TAKES A RIDE IN THE RAIN
259
DAMIT GETS CHAINED
277
DAMIT GOES RABBIT HUNTING
305
FEEDING THE HOGS
329
FOOTBALL VS LIMBURGER CHEESE
349

TEACHER GETS BOMBED
149
NO BRAKES
167
THE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT
181
SOLD OLD DAMIT
363
MEMORIAL FOR OLD DAMIT
379
Copyright

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Over de auteur (2018)

Clarence E. Whipple Jr. better known as “Bud” was born on January 4, 1928 two years after his road companion Old Dammit.

Bud would grow up in the town he loved and lived all his life. Connersville, Indiana.

He would marry his high school sweet heart and soul mate for 68 years, Mary Catherine Dorgan, who passed in 2017. They would have two daughters he loved and thought the world of: Melania and Cindy. Bud and Mary also loved their four grand daughters and their six great grand children.

Bud was a successful businessman. He along with his father, Clarence Sr., built and designed Sparkle Car Wash. He owned the car wash for 34 years.

He would run for judge and city council. Bud was a 32 Degree Mason, Shriner, Elks, and Rotarian and held high offices in these organizations.

Clarence E. Whipple, Jr will most be remembered for getting donations from individuals, local businesses, and organizations, so street lights and cement park benches could be placed on a major section of Park Rd which would run up to 30 Street. His memory will literally burn bright in the city he loved.

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