From the Richland Beacon News, 17 Oct 1964, Sat • Page 1
Pictured during a visit to the parish sheriff ‘s office last week is Waldorf S. Traylor, son of the late W. N. Traylor, who was sheriff of Richland Parish from 1896 to 1912. Mr. Traylor, who now resides in Wilmington, Del., was making his first visit back here in ten years.
Sheriff Earl E. Hill is pictured with Mr. Traylor as he points out the picture of Mr. Traylor’s father among pictures of other former sheriffs. The Beacon was interested to learn that Mr. Traylor is a Rayville High grad of 1923 and lived here until 1933. During that period following graduation, he worked for the Louisiana Highway Commission for nine years.
In 1933. he moved to Wilmington where he associated with the Hercules Powder Company. After his first nine years with the company, he made the “grand tour” in business and traveled extensively in America and Europe after which he returned to Delaware where he presently resides.
He is married to the former Charlotte Jeller, of Brazil, Indiana
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