Local newspaper promoting "Murphy's Tale" when it was first on the market in the Pinehurst area. Murphy loved all the attention!
| | Murphy makes weekly visits to a nursing home to cheer up the residents. One of his favorites there is Ruth Kelley. She loves Murphy and shares her cookies with him. | |
April 2006 article from The Crestline Advocate located in Crestline Ohio. Marye's Father, Paul Winemiller, was the paper's Sports Editor from 1930-1940. His nickname was "Scoop." In his youth, Paul was a County Decathlon Champion and won a track scholarship to Ohio Northern University.
Letter from a High School Friend regarding "Murphy's Tale"
| ||From: Charles Kerr|
Date: 01/31/06 11:15:23
To: Bigler Marye
Subject: Marvellous “Murphy’s Tale”
Your book is super -- and is being positively promoted at the feed store. I like your pictures and the text. Only someone who has been through it can know how much work it entails. You have it neatly set up for Murphy II, so get to work.
Charlie is a friend who teaches at the Sandhills Community College here in Pinehurst, NC.
Murphy is visiting a Male Resident at the Pinehurst Healthcare & Rehab Center.