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The Carlin Aden Contest (traditional rhyme and meter)
The Carlin Aden Contest for poems with traditional rhyme and meter began in 1990. First judged by Ed Harkness, the contest was named after Carlin Aden for his long years of inspiration in writing formalist poetry.
Carlin Aden was a founding member of the Washington Poets Association and served as a board member through most of the 1970s and 80s. During some of the 1980s he was an exchange teacher in Europe. He served as board president from 1981 to 1983. As an educator, he was principal of Clover Park High School in Lakewood, Washington, and an instructor of English and creative writing at Ft. Steilacoom (now Pierce Community College).
Aden was an unabashed and enthusiastic supporter of poetry. He was the author of six books including 25 Poems published by the WPA, The Drum Tuners with an introduction by his friend William Stafford, and The Seventh Gate with blurbs by Howard Corning of the Portland Oregonian and Beth Bentley.
An introductory quotation from William Stafford: "There is a direct human interest, an alert awareness of others and events that illuminate the possibilities of our lives and just as the Aden conversation has a burning urgency about it, so do the poems."
Beth Bentley wrote that "He is both wise and witty in his survey of the human scene, expert at observing human folly as well as human loyalties. . . . Indeed, Aden's voice is so attuned to the human predicament that it is impossible not to feel empathy with almost all he writes."
Aden was involved in several writing groups, one in Tacoma as well as the Pacific Northwest Writers Conference. He conducted workshops around the state and did readings in Washington as well as Portland, Oregon. He appeared on panels with Stafford, David Wagoner, and Laura Jensen. Amelia Haller characterized him as "a good listener and everyone listened to him when he talked."
Carlin Aden critiqued many poets. The following is an observation of his from a review of Ballad for a Striped Bass by Anne Fasulo: "Her poem, without saying so, is about love. And that's how to write a poem about love; do it without saying so."
Respected for his work with traditional forms, Aden also wrote free verse and one of his six books was entitled Prose Poems.
On May 14, 1989, Tom Erdmann Jr. moved to rename the Adult Traditional Contest as the Carlin Aden Contest. At the same meeting, the Junior Traditional Contest for students was renamed after Betty Fukuyama and the Totem Award for students was renamed after Tom Erdmann "in honor of founders of the WPA."
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Carlin Bryant ADEN b: 23 Feb 1912 in Walla Walla,WA. d. 28 March 1994 in Tacoma, Pierce Co., WA.
ADEN, Clifford Ennen b: 7 Apr 1914 in Walla Walla Co., WA d: 3 Jul 2001 in Port Angeles, WA
ADEN, Dora b: 1879 in Minonk, Woodford Co. IL d: 1959 in WA
ADEN, Ella b: 16 May1876 in Minonk, Woodford Co., IL d: 6 Feb 1939 in Crete, Saline Co NE
ADEN, Enne b: 1880 in Woodford Co IL d: 1880 in Woodford Co LI
ADEN, Enne Hinrichs b: 1844 in Aurich, GER d: 1937 in WA
ADEN, John Ennen b: 26 Mar 1882 in Minonk, Woodford Co IL d: ? Dec 1969 in Walla Walla Co WA
ADEN, Marion Elpha b: 1918 in WA
ADEN, UNKNOWN b: 1799 in GER d: in GER
ADEN, Wanda Kathleen b: 1918 in WA
ALLEN, Jane (Smart) b: 18 May 1799 in Barren Co KY
BEENDERS, Agnes b: 1890
BEENDERS, Anna b: 1864 in GER
BEENDERS, Edward Albert b: 1852 in GER
BEENDERS, Ella b: 1888
BEENDERS, Elsche Wildina b: 1854 in GER d: 1918
BEENDERS, Elsche Wilts b: 12 Mar 1827 in Lintel, Hanover, GER d: in Crete, Saline, NE
BEENDERS, Etta b: 1892
BEENDERS, Everet b: 1886
BEENDERS, Everet Classen b: 1896 in Hanover, GER
BEENDERS, Evert Claasen b: 16 Feb 1796 in GER d: in GER
BEENDERS, Frank b: 1885
BEENDERS, Johannes Everts b: 1822 in GER
BEENDERS, Johannes Everts 'John' b: 2 Feb 1822 in Westgaste, Hanover, GER d: in Crete, Saline Co NE
BEENDERS, John b: 1880
BEENDERS, Mary 'Gertie' b: 1879 d: 1908
BEENDERS, Nikolaus Claas b: 1755 in GER d: in GER
BEENDERS, Nikolaus Claas b: 1755 in GER d: in GER
BEENDERS, Theodora b: 1900
BEENDERS, William A. b: 1875
BEENDERS, Wilt Claasen b: in GER
BEENDERS, Wilt Claasen b: 13 Dec 1784 in Hanover, GER d: in GER
BEENDERS, Wilt K. b: 1856 in GER
BEHRENDS, Janna b: in GER d: in GER
BEHRENDS, UNKNOWN d: in GER
BENISON, Elizabeth 'Lizzie' b: 1862 in IA
BENNETT, Mary 'Polly' b: 1797 in Estill Co KY d: @1857 in Wapello Co IA
BLAKE I, James Vila b: 21 Jan1842 in Brooklyn NY d: 1925
BLAKE, Clinton Frederick b: 4 May 1871 d: 6 Jul 1948 in Clackamas Co OR
BLAKE, Frances Ann b: 6 Sep 1903 in Muskegon MI d: 20 Feb 1989 in Tacoma, Pierce Co WA
BLAKE, Hamlin b: 24 Jun 1817 d: 23 Jul 1901
BLAKE, James Vila
BRYANT, Alice A. b: 1860 in WA
BRYANT, Andrew Jackson
BRYANT, Archie b: 1886
BRYANT, Ella b: in WA
BRYANT, Elvira 'Ella'
BRYANT, Erastus Jackson b: 1854 in WA d: 1901
BRYANT, Eva b: 1880
BRYANT, Freda Gertrude b: 28 Apr 1893 in Pullman, WA d: 1987 in Umatilla, OR
BRYANT, James b: @1896 in WA d: @1917 in WA
BRYANT, Josephine b: 10 May 1904 in WA d: 1977 in San Bernadino Co CA
BRYANT, Joshua b: 9 Mar 1823 in Estill Co KY d: 18 Mar 1907 in Pullman, Garfield Co WA
BRYANT, Lena b: 1889
BRYANT, Lula b: 1882
BRYANT, Mary Jane b: 1855 in WA
BRYANT, Maud Irene b: 1891 d: 1981
BRYANT, Monroe b: 1852
BRYANT, Roy b: 1883
BRYANT, Thomas b: 1795 d: 1845
BRYANT, Thomas Jay b: 1865 in Wash. Terr. d: 1912 in Walla Walla Co. WA (5)
BRYANT, William b: @1739 d: @1834
BRYANT, William Tell b: 1857 in WA
CADOW, Anna Marie b: 1844 in Charleston SC
CADOW, William b: c1814
CHISHOLM, Sarah b: c1819
CLEMENTS, Charles Reuben b: abt 1842
CLEMENTS, John b: abt 1798
CLEMENTS, Vida Cadow b: 18 Dec 1870 in Toronto, Ontario CAN d: 18 Dec 1960 in Oregon City OR
DOLL, Harold Percy b: 1913
DOLL, Lonnie Edward b: 1915
ENGLE, Emil b: 1873 in GER d: 1957 in CA
ENGLE, Emil Eldon b: 1923
ENGLE, Katherine Yvonne b: 1922
ENGLE, Myron Robert b: 1927
HOVEY, Abbie Frances b: 5 Sep 1848
HOVEY, William C. b: 19 Dec 1820 d: 20 Nov 1855 in Salem MA
HUNTER, Angeline b: 1833 in Minonk IL d: 1871 in Walla Walla Co. WA
HUNTER, Maxfield b: 1800 in GA
KERST, Alfred 'Fred'
LAGE, Carrie b: 1919 d: 1962
LAGE, Willa Jean b: 1924
MEINERS, Cornelius M. 'Cornie' b: 1875
MEINERS, Elsina M. b: 1889 d: 1960
MEINERS, Grace W. b: 1879
MEINERS, John Evert b: 1877
MEINERS, Martin b: 1847 d: 1918
RETHMEIER, Theodora 'Dora' b: c.1824 in GER d: in GER
ROHN, Johann Jacob b: 1834 d: 1919 in WA
ROHN, Johann Nikolaus b: 1780 d: 1847
ROHN, Nancy Catherine 'Kate' b: 1867 d: 1954
SANDERS, Sarah 'Sally' b: 1848 d: 1872 in WA
SIMPSON, Mary Francis b: 6 May 1822 in Concord MA d: 20 Nov 1855 in Salem MA
UNKNOWN, Dorothea b: 1861
WILCOXSON, Rachel b: @1770 d: @1842
WILDTS, Anna Margaretha b: c.1760 in GER d: in GER
WILTS, Elsche Maria b: 1759 in GER d: in GER
DESCENDANT ADEN GENEALOGIES PRODUCED FROM THE GENEALOGY WORK OF CARLIN ADEN unless noted otherwise
By Paul Olson
ID numbers are identification numbers assigned by www.Ancestry.com . Numbers in red reference identical entries in different descendant trees.
Most of the following narratives were written by Carlin Aden or his younger sister, Wanda Aden Sutich. Most of the genealogical information was
also supplied by Carlin and Wanda Aden. Clifford Aden supplied some stories, dates, and relationships. Where it says “ADEN, Living” above in the
index, the names were removed by Ancestry.com for privacy reasons since those people are still living.
UNKNOWN ADEN ID: I549044365, M, b: 1799 in GER
== Theodora 'Dora' RETHMEIER , ID: I549044366, F, b: c.1824 in GER
Etta ADEN, F
Enne Hinrichs ADEN , ID: I102643460, M, b: 1844 in Aurich, GER, Mar. Lic.: 6 Feb 1875 Linn, Woodford Co IL, d. 1937 in WA.,
(1) == Hiskia Johanna (BEENDERS) SCHOMERUS , ID: I102643461, F, b: 1845 in GER, d. 1884 in Woodford Co IL
== m. #1: Gerd SCHOMERUS in Germany, M, died early leaving Hiskia a widow with a son and daughter.
Nicholas “Nick” Cristofer SCHOMERUS, M, b. 1869
Jan SCHOMERUS F., b. 1871.
== Everet, M
== m #2: Enna Hinrichs ADEN
Enne came to New York, USA about 1865 from Germany, and settled in Minonk, Woodford Co., IL. On a trip to NE visiting his kinfolk (who were they?), he met
Hiskia, soon marrying her. They moved to IL where three more children (Ella, Dora, John ADEN) were born.
Enna and Hiskia farmed in Illinois. After the death of his wife, Hoskia, in 1884, Enne took the children to Nebraska to his relatives to be raised. This is proven by the 1885 NE Census on which Ella and John appear. Family believes Hiskia’s death was due to ongoing complications of the childbirth of John Ennen two years prior. Enne stayed in NE,
but switched residences every couple of years. Enne "Henry" never remarried. After the kids got a bit older, Henry gathered them up and moved them to Walla Walla WA.
Ennen managed to stay with his children, one family at a time, throughout his lifetime. He was a farmer and had a passion for flowers, always planting and tending them.
Ennen and Hoskia spoke German in their home, and the children (two sons and two daughters) were expected to learn English from their American playmates.
Enne Heinrich was known to be very brilliant (a high IQ), to have been very slender, and to stand over 6 feet tall.
ADEN, Ella , ID: I549047980, F, b: 16 May1876 in Minonk, Woodford Co., IL, MAR. LIC: 8 Mar 1894 Crete, Saline Co NE., d: 6 Feb 1939 in Crete, Saline Co., NE
== Alfred KERST , ID: I550935882, M, b. 1871, d. 1940
Lived in NE.
Louis KERST, ID: I550935900, M
Marie KERST, ID: I550935903, F
Alfred “Fred” KERST, ID: I550935909, M
ADEN, Dora , ID: I549047981, F, b: 1879 in Minonk, Woodford Co. IL, d: 1959 in WA,
== Cornelius LYNCH, M,
Moved to OR.
John LYNCH, M, b. 1901
Maurice LYNCH, M, b. 1903
Martha LYNCH, F, b. 1918
ADEN, John Ennen , ID: I37435921, M, b: 26 Mar 1882 in Minonk, Woodford Co IL, M: 30 Apr 1911 in Walla Walla Twp/Co WA., d: 27 Dec 1969 in Walla Walla Co., WA
(4) == Freda Gertrude BRYANT , ID: I37435922, F, b: 28 Apr 1893 in Pullman, WA, d. 1987 in Umatilla, OR
“Big John” (he stood 6’ – 6 1/2 “ tall) farmed in NE during the time he was there, then moved out west with his father and sister. His ultimate destination was Walla Walla WA, then still part of the Oregon Territory. Here he farmed a pretty good parcel of land for the landowner and did well with horses. He worked for a grocery for a short while, and then moved to the Mill Creek area.
He married Freda Bryant in Walla Walla on 30 Apr 1911, just two days after her 18th birthday.
They issued four offspring, two boys and two girls. Freda became a great cook, feeding the family and all the farmhands. At a later point in John's life he sold out and moved to town. He resided in a smaller home that was built around the 1920's, but it was groomed well both inside and out. It was at this time that he went to work for the Walla Walla State Prison System as a guard. He was at that position until retirement.
When John was asked about any siblings, he claimed to have had an older brother, deceased, but that was a long time ago. The question was posed in the 1960s.... This writer found out his half-brother was a son from his mother's first marriage (she was a former widow). John and Nick were pretty close, exchanged many letters and shared visits until Nick's death.
The day before his death, John was up and active for an elder. He'd cleaned the furnace already, but checked it again (always cautious about the oil heat). A normal day for him when he had already cleaned off the sidewalk and porch too. A hard worker, he was. No question about it. That night he went to bed as normal, and the next morning his wife found him lifeless. We know that his spirit yet lives, and his family is surely around him, now, and forever more.
Note: All four children of John and Freda had near genius level IQ’s (“genius” officially begins at 140). They were all very brilliant academically.
Carlin Bryant ADEN ID: I37435923, M, b: 23 Feb 1912 in Walla Walla ,WA, d. 28 March 1994 in Tacoma, Pierce Co WA
(6) == Frances Ann BLAKE ID: I37435926, F, b: 6 Sep 1903 in Muskegon MI , m. 6 Sep 1931 in Seattle(?) WA
A farmer's child by birth, Mr. Aden was educated in normal schools as a youngster and worked the farm growing up. Taking on odd jobs, he put himself
through his higher education at the University of Washington.
Mr. Aden was in the field of education. He practiced in the Tacoma School District for high school biology/sciences; next as Hudtloff Jr. High principal in the late 1950’s; on to the school district administration offices; teaching in the local community college level; and ended his career as a creative writing instructor overseas, for the University of Maryland.
In addition to his love of fishing, he wrote a considerable amount of nationally published poetry, winning several awards and mentions. He belonged to Kiwanis, Masons and several community associations.
No issue. (Two adopted children).
Peter ADEN, ID: I37435927, M, b. 1942, ADOPTED as an infant gifted fine artist but was unable to earn a living financially from his art.
== Mary Ellen Johnson, ID: I68740710, F, b. c 1944, m: c 1963, divorced c 1967±
Had two daughters
Karla ADEN, ID: I68740714, F, b. 15 February 1945, ADOPTED as an infant, 5’- 5” tall
Z. Hunter reported that Karla was married at least 4 times and had at least 2 girls and a boy.
Clifford Ennen ADEN , ID: I549047979, M, b: 7 Apr 1914 in Walla Walla Co., WA., d. 3 Jul 2001 in Port Angeles, WA
== Dorothy King
Note: Clifford was a Washington State patrolman from 1937 through 1970, and then he was promoted to the position of
Director of the Washington State Traffic Safety Commission under governors Dan Evans and Dixie Lee Ray through 1977.
Cliff Aden served the State for 40 years. He was born April 7, 1914 in Walla Walla and after attending Whitman College
where he was an outstanding athlete and at 6’-6” tall and weighing 210 pounds, was a starting offensive tight end and wide
receiver on his college football team. He joined the State Patrol in the Port Angeles District in 1937 and shortly thereafter
married Dorothy King, who survived him. He was transferred to Olympia in the summer of 1960 and ultimately rose to then
rank of major before retiring. His seven years' service in the Traffic Safety Commission saw many improvements and earned
the praise of two governors before his retirement from State service. Cliff and Dorothy returned to Port Angeles to their
friends and relatives in 1988. Cliff passed away peacefully after a short illness on the evening of July 3rd, 2001 and is
survived by his wife and by his daughter, Nancy, and grandson, Michael, both of whom are living in Auckland, New Zealand,
and by his sisters Wanda Sutich in Olympia and Marion Culley in Weston, Oregon. Cliff's great good humor and his
compassion for everyone he met will be remembered both in the State Patrol and the Olympic Peninsula for many years.
– Dorothy Aden (with limited editing and some additional information provided by Paul Olson)
Issue of Clifford and Dorothy ADEN
Nancy Lee ADEN, F, b. Nov 11, 1944 in Port Angeles, Wash.
Notes: June 1962, Nancy graduated from Clover Park High School in Lakewood, Washington in the top
10 percent of her class. There were about 2000 students in Clover Park and about 600 in her class.
June 1973, Nancy graduated with a BS in Physical Therapy from University of Washington as Nancy Lee Jewett.
August 1974, graduated with a MS in Speech Pathology from University of Washington as Nancy Lee Felix,
just 3 months prior to her 30th birthday.
Husbands and marriages:
== m #1 Robert GRIESLER, M, b. 1943, m . 18 April 1965 in Tacoma, Wash., divorced. about 1967
No surviving issue
== m #2 JEWETT, M, m. about 1968, divorced. abt 1969
== m #3 Robert G. FELIX, M, b. abt 1939, graduated Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of Chicago Graduate School of Business
m: summer of 1973, most likely in Pierce or King County, Washington
Michael FELIX, M, b. Aug 1982
Living in Parnell, Auckland, New Zealand, since mid 1970’s where Nancy works(ed ) as a speech therapist.
Marion Elpha ADEN ID: I550978210, F, b: 1918 in WA, d. still living in July 2001
== Charles Herbert 'Herb' CULLEY, M
Marion is remembered for the spread she put on the table at mealtime. A farmer's wife with a parcel of children, the woman could really satisfy a person's hunger. She also had a sense of humor that is recalled as wry, to the writer, but she was a fun and active person to be around. She certainly wasn't afraid of working the farm with Herb, as she had to do the crops (wheat) too. The oldest children watched the younger ones many times, as was expected. Marion
graduated from the University of Washington with a bachelors degree in nursing.
Robert Bruce CULLEY, M, b. c. 1939
== Marian Louise ( maiden name ? ) Culley, F, b: c 1938
Bobby, as he was known as a child, was adopted from the next farm over. Z. Hunter. No further details were provided.
Travis B. Culley, M, b: c 1971
Erin L Culley, b: c 1974
Colleen Diane CULLEY, F, b. c 1942
Maureen Ellen CULLEY, F, b. c 1944-1945
Kathleen Wanda CULLEY, F, b. c 1948,
== Howard, M
Clifford Lee CULLEY, M, b. c. 1951
== Veronica J ( maiden name ? ) Culley, F, b: c 1953
Cl Herbert Culley | -\ same person?
Charles H Culley | -/
Heather C Culley, F, b: c 1972
Kimberly Sue CULLEY. F, b. c. 1957 (?)
Wanda Kathleen ADEN, ID: I550977785, F, b: 1918 in WA , d. c. 2005-2006
== George N. SUTICH, M, b.1915.
Wanda was an outgoing person on a one-to-one basis. Always had nice things to say, and wore a smile. She was a stay-at-home wife, tending to the needs of her sons and her home.
George was, for many years, the principal of the local elementary school in Lakewood WA (on the southern outskirts of Tacoma). He was a fun person to be around, and delighted the children with jokes. He worked that job until Park Lodge closed down, though he still stayed with the school system through retirement.
Matthew 'Tom SUTICH , M, b. 1949 adopted – Z. Hunter
John SUTICH, M, b. 1955.
Nikolaus Claas BEENDERS , ID: I550936804 & ID: I550936808, M, b: 1755 in GER. d. in Ger.
== m #1 Elsche Maria WILTS ID: I550936805, F, b: 1759 in GER, d. on Ger., Mar. Lic: 3 Apr 1784 GER
Wilt Claasen BEENDERS , ID: I550935973, M, b: 13 Dec 1784 in Hanover, GER, Mar C.: 1826 in Ger., d. in Ger.
== Janna BEHRENDS, ID: I550935974, F, b: in GER., d. in Ger.
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