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, t s Here and There P Edna Eaton Wilson is anything that interests or pleases. ore a story informs, people interested in the more people by the story, the the news value." definition is one by that prime the late Edwin and is the most the most accurate what news is ever heard. H. Brown taught me write news. born into a family of rs. My paternal Dr. and Mrs. Van Leabo home- tn Chatauqua Con- where grand- as an early day assisted many Kansans into the my grandmother Leabo taught in day schools. get to her schools, rode horseback bluestem grass horse's back; as high as my head." grandfather, Eaton was Y day lawyer in and was a Civil iedt with offices Edna Eaton Wilson A prize winning correspondent in Bartlesville at the same time that Judge Parker was criminal judge at Fort Smith, Arkansas. When the two older sons came to Oklahoma Territory and took claims then the grandparents came and were lucky to get a claim that is just south of where Herbert Shoup Jr. lives south of Ripley. My schooling was district school, then Ripley school where I graduated from the 8th grade, then Prep school, college at Stillwater, teach- ing, married a farmer, out of school until my sons grew up, went away to WWII. Back to college with the three sons I still had with me after WWlI but while my sons were growing up, I wrote news for the old Stillwater Gazette, under the tutelage of Edwin H. Brown. In 1938 I was named "Champion Writer of Rural News in America" in a contest conducted by Coun- try Home magazine, a CroweU publication. I have written a column for the Cushing Daily Citizen for many years. I have also written news for the Pawnee Chief, the Ripley Review way back when; even tried the publishing game myself with the last handset newspaper in Oklahoma. The now deliquent Tri-County Hopper at Glencoe. In between I have gra- duated from college with BS and MS degrees, taught in South America, Florida, Wyoming and in Oklahoma. You, readers have seen my columns in the CRN, the Perkins Journal and other publications sometimes. Of them all, I like the Journal best. The Perkins Journal represents the best of editorial responsibility to its readers. The Journal carries a balanced ration of news stories that challenge the best performance in living of every reader. Down to earth honesty, basic decency, reverence, the best of humor. Ideals of the highest are presented with- out preaching. Right living is upheld in a way that we know is within the reach of every person. It is a privilege and an honor to be a correspondent for the Journal, a publication that informs, interests and pleases many readers. I say these things in deep sincerity. Sincerely, respectfully yours, Edna Eaton Wilson Funeral services were held at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday in the Church of Christ at Ames for Bert Dryden who died Sunday, April 3 in Enid. Bert Dryden was born in 1906 at the parental John R. Dryden homestead nine miles east of Stillwater. Along with his brothers and sister, Jack, Mollie (Kerby) Oran, Jessie, (Ryan), Roy, Goldie, Clara Marie and Ray grew up in this community, attended district school at Council Valley, later at Stillwater including college work. Bert and his wife operated a livestock and grain farm near Enid for many years. Bert is survived by his wife Leora, of the home, two daughters Pat, and Toni, four borthers and four sisters, and a host of friends. xXX Dale Carothers local buil- der who lives at Ripley is laid up for the time being from an injury to an eye suffered when a chip of formica penetrated the surface of the eyeball. Mr. and Mrs Walter Harmon are planning to move to a new home east of Diamond Valley located on a portion of what is known locally as "The old Tony Dean place." Dale Carothers has been building the house for the Walter Harmons. When the formica chip hit Dale's eye. Dale thought little of the incident, and consented to see a physician only after his wife Viva became alarmed. The time was late in the day when it is difficult to obtain the services of a physician. Viva Carothers called Walter Harmon whose work keeps him in touch with various technicians. "Dale's got something in his eye and needs a doctor." Viva announced. "Bring him in," com- forted Walter. "We'll find somebody!" When the Ca- rothers arrived at Harmon's office Walter and Dr. Garnier were waiting. Infec- tion had set in on Dale's eye, but under the Dr's minister- ing Dale is now making steady recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harmon spent the weekend in Wichita Falls, Texas getting acquainted with their newest grandson Beau Ja- mes Harmon who arrived Tuesday, March 29, 1977, to comfort his parents Mr. and Mrs. Randy Harmon. (Randy and Kim.) Beau James (B.J.) is the second grandchild of Walter and Dollie, the first, Scott Allen Harmon arrived on Monday, March 7, 1977 in Stillwater hospital, to Walter Harmon Jr. and Marsha. XXX Guy Lozier, former pastor at Diamond Valley preached at Diamond Valley April 3, for both the morning and the evening services. The Lo- ziers are living at Cushing for the present and Guy is employed with Sabre Drill- ing. Diamond Valley Church will observe Easter Sunrise on Sunday April I0, and will follow the early church services with breakfast. Everyone who would like to come and partake of both observances is invited. XXX Friday evening, April 8 is the time for the regular music festival that is a twice-a-month event at Dia- mond Valley. All who like to listen, to perform musically, singing or playing an instrument, or who likes to hear good music and visit with others of like mind are cordially invited. ]fTY Thursday, April 7, 1977-9 The new room at the back of the Vernon Disel store and filling station is now a reality. "But," Vernon cau- tions," there's still a lot needs to be done on that addition. 13 Coundans Enrolled at Okmuigee Tech Thirteen students from Payne County are among 2,842 full-time students enroled for the spring trimester at Oklahoma State Tech, Okmulgee. Payne County students attending Tech, and their program of study, include: Harry D. Griffin Jr., diesel mechanics: Sharon D. Vaug- hun, commercial art; Gwen- dolyn Williams, baking; Howard N. Wolff, numerical control machinist, all of Cushing; Sandra L. Harjo, Glencoe, bookkeeping; Bob- by W. Beals, Perkins, diesel mechanics: Allen K. Van- Buskirk, Ripley, manage- ment and marketing; Eldon L. Beck, drafting technolgy; Jeffrey R. Haynes, culinary arts; Michael K. Reeder. commercial art; Mira Satter- field, culinary arts; Gordon I Wesley. diesel mechanics; anO Roy R, Whiting. commercial art, all of Stillwater. LAS T CHAN CE! III I I I I II I Ill I Ill I Sill I I I I To reserve a copy of Cimarron Family Legends! Most of the type is set and press and bindery work will start soon on "Cimarron Family Legends" that has been in the making the past year and a half. Hundreds of family histories, stories and pictures of the families that settled the Cimarron Valley area in Payne, Lincoln, Logan and Creek Counties will be recorded for history. At this time it is anticipated the book will be ready for distribution in June. If you have been thinking about reserving a copy, NOW IS THE TIMEr. We can't tai any more reservations after May 1. There will be only one printing. Several hundred have reserved copies. We cannot guarantee how many Books will be available after these reserved copies are distributed. Send your check for $24 (Includes one year subscription or renewal to The Perkins Journal). mmnmnmmm-mn-mnnsmmmmm-mmnmnmnm. Add $1 ff you would want your book mailed to yon. | - Enclosed is my check for $24 to reserve me a copy of I "Cimarron Family Legends" (This includes a 1 year I ............ _I subscription to The Perkins Journal) Add $1 for postage if II , you want your book mailed NO'lICE. After May 1, unreserved copies I Nae " " | 4 I m ........................................... I of the book will be $24 without the Journal | Address Subscrmtion. ACT NOW. Town State Zip ..................................... I m I (Reserved Co py Offer Expires May 1) I The publishers must complete then: reserved list. ! | I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIll I |