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Ride home in 1956 put them on road to marriage

Not many people can say they picked up the loves of their lives on the side of a road, but Ray Wingfield was driving around Davidson Methodist Campground near Hollywood during the annual 10-day camp revival meeting in the summer of 1956 when he saw Hilda Pruitt and another girl walking just outside the campground.

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  • Headline: Ride home in 1956 put them on road to marriage
  • Publication: High Profile, Pages 39 on 03/30/2014
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