The Breeze – January 19, 1933


Too much praise and commendation cannot be heaped upon Mrs. T. M. Walden, local distributor for Good Gulf products, for the efficient manner with which she is directing the affairs of this popular organization. Although she has been living in DeFuniak Springs for two years, during this time she has won countless friends through her friendly, courteous disposition. Thoroughly business, she is making the company she represents an A-1 agent, and this newspaper congratulates her.

Under Mrs. Walden’s direction, Good Gulf serves approximately 50 stations in this territory, which includes Walton, the western half of Holmes and Okaloosa counties. She also operates a modern filling station in the heart of town, where motorists can obtain that Good Gulf gasoline and Supreme Motor oil.

It’s hardly necessary to discuss the qualities of Good Gulf. But let this newspaper man say one thing about it–and we mean it. It’s by far the best gasoline we’ve ever used, and we stick to Good Gulf. Give it one trial, is our dare, and then try to get away from it. Then there’s the Supreme Motor Oil, the 100 miles per hour oil–recognized by motorists everywhere as King of motor oil.

Mrs. Walden is contributing to this “Buy It In DeFuniak Springs Campaign” because she is public spirited; because she wants to do her part in any worthy movement for the good of her community.

[Contributed by Diane Merkel. Some obvious typographical errors have been corrected. Mrs. T. M. Walden is now better known as Rubye Burton.]