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(i: THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, January 13, 2011 . A3 Vail ay By Carla Westfall Connie Norrie. Carla Westfall read the It was very informative, there at 10:30 to get things esses. The meeting will be Cimarron Valley OHGE Jacqui Savage, our previous minutes. The Thank you, Norma. ready. Jacquiwill check at at 1:00 at the Methodist The Methodist Church president, led the group words Ministerial Alli- People volunteered to Food Pyramid to see about Church in Perkins. in Perkins was the meet- in the flag salute. Phyllis ance were replaced with make items for the Food the meat. Monica Wall, Attending today were ing place of the Cimarron Rodmanreadashortdevo- Neighborhood Ministry. Festivalon Feb. 11,2011. Charlotte Parrack, Lillia members: Geraldine Valley OHCE. Time was tion about a wife giving Minutes approved with We also signed up to be Wall, Jacqui Savage, Allen, Deborah Allen- at 1:00. The hostesses for praise to her husband for the change, superintendents and toJean Mihura, and Kay sworth, Gwen Barbaree, our meeting were Connie his shortcomings instead Happy Birthday was bring extra food to sell. Lynn Dragoo will arrive Kay Lynn Dragoo, Velda Norrie and Deborah Allen- of getting mad. She also sung to Carla Westfall, Jean Platt will be ourearly to help. Ewing, Norma Hallman, sworth. The punch and told us about a lady who and then the group sang chairman to oversee the Next month's lessonLorayne Hughes, Jean cake were delicious. Roll raised money to buy beef our club song. Jean Food Festivalitems. will be :The Depression Mihura, Connie Norrie, was called and we had 16 sticks to send to the troops. Mihura gave the treasur- Jan. 27, 2011, the & Hard Times in Ok." Patsy Owsley, Charlotte members present and one One soldier said that was ers report -. The report Achievement Day we will History & Uses of FeedParrack, Phyllis Rodman, guest, Lillia Wall, who the only thing he hadtoeat was approved, be responsible for setting & Flour Sacks. Jane Flint Jacqui Savage, Lillia joined our group. Carla in twelve hours. She buys Norma Hallman gave up and cleaning up andwill give the lesson. Carla Wall, Monica Wall, Westfall read a thank-you 3,000 ofthem at atime and the lesson entitled Seven purchasing the meat for Westfall and Kay Lynn Carla Westfall, and Edna card to the group fromships them off. Steps to a Healthy Home. 100 people. We need to be Dragoo will be the host- Westfall. Vivian Ferris Sander 1923-2011 Mary M. Foeht Aline "Dee Dee" Daniel 1919-2011 1915-2011 Vivian Ferris Sander, 87, of Sfillwater, died December 16, 2010. A memorial service celebrating her- life were held at 2 p.m., Sat- urday, January 8, 2011 at the Highland Park United Method- ist Church with Rev. Derrek Belase officiat- ing. Services have been entrusted to the care of Palmer Marler Funeral Home of SfiUwater, OK. Vivian was born on Sep- tember 30, 1923 in rmal Mer- rick County, Nebraska. She Attended a country school, and the high school in Central City, Nebraska, and earned the B.S. Degree in home eco- nomics from the University of Nebraska in 1946. She was united in marriage on July 28, 1946 to David A. Sander. Vivian was an active mother and housewife with a keen interest and delight in raising her family. As David's teaching career took him from university to university, the family moved to West Lafayette, Indiana in 1952 and to Stillwater, Okla- homain 1957. In 1964, Vivian took care of the family--which had grown to four boys, while David was back in Indiana on Sabbatical leave obtaining his PHI) degree. She kept the family running and said that she, too, had earned a degree. Hers was the PHT for"Putting Hubby Through". When Stillwater's First United Methodist Church helpedstart a new church in town, David and Vivian signed up as charter members in the new Highland Park Methodist Church on Stallard Street. They served as directors of the teenage youth group for several years and she was deeply involved with teaching small children in the Sunday church school, with the church's women's organization, and the general life of the church. She will be remembered for her dedication and ability. In addition to her church activities, Vivian took part in community service as den mother for 8 years as her sons went through the Mary M. Focht, 91, of Still- Cub Scout program, in tittle water passed from this life league sports, and other youth on January 7, 2011. Funeral programs. When services were her youngest held on Tuesday, beganjuniorhigh January 11, at 2 school, she was pm in the Palmer able to take a Marler Chapel at job with the seed Palmer Marler testinglaboratory Funeral Home of the Oklahoma in Slillwater with Crop Improve- Paul Anderson ment Associa- presiding. There tion, which she was no graveside service fol- held for 12 years, becoming lowing. an accomplished seed analyst. Her husband joined her there after he retired from OSU. Vivian's chief hobby was sewing, and using what she learned in 4-H and in high school and college, she was able to design and make much of the clothing for her young family. In later years, she joined and became active in Stillwater's Cimarron Quilter's Guild. A couple of her quilts won prizes at the Payne County Fair. In the final months of her life, Vivian suffered a great deal of pain from her deterio- rated spine. She was often so heavily sedated that she slept a great deal, and her mind was often hazy. Our gracious Lord was kind to her, and took her home in painless peace. She is survived by her hus- band David A. Sander of the home; by her four sons, Doug- las A. Sander and wife Nelda of Stillwater, Oklahoma, Keith D. Sander and wife Lynn of Boise, Idaho, Donald L. Sander and wife June of New- castle, Oklahoma, and Glenn F. Sander of Sacramento, California. ; by one sister, Iris Metz of Central Point, Oregon; Mary was bom on August 29, 1919 to Henry and Myrtle Behrens in Pawnee County, Oklahoma. She graduated from Pawnee High School. Mary was united in marriage to Albert Focht on November 10, 1939. She was a member of the Free Will Baptist Church. She enjoyed gardening and family gatherings. Survivors include one daugh- ter, Jerri Anderson and husband, Delbert, one son, Dale Focht and wife Vickie, grandchildren Scottie and Jail Andelson, Kevin Anderson, Tracy and Kimberly Sue "Ham" on January 8, 2011 at ter Medical Center. services were held at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, January 12, 2011 at Strode Funeral Home Chapel with Reverend Michael L, Chace officiating. Inter- ment followed at Sunset Memorial Focht, five great-grandsons, Logan Anderson, Cody Focht and wife Jessica, Brandon, Shannon and Ryan Focht; three great-grand- daughters, Laikyn Anderson, Amanda Focht, and Kyndal Anderson; two great-grandsons, Braxton Focht and Skyler Blay. Mary was preceded in death by her parents, husband Albert, five brothers, two sisters, and two grandsons, Michael Focht and Monty Anderson. The family wishes to thank each and everyone on the yd floor at Stillwater Medical Center for the wonderful care she received, her very caring physician, Dr. John Williams, and the staff at Grace Living Center. Services have been entrusted to the care of Palmer Marler Funeral Home of Stillwater, and condolences may he sent online at Aline "Dee Dee" Daniel, early 90's. She was a member 95, was surrounded by loved of the Lakeside Women's ones when she died on Janu- Golf Association. She loved ary 5, 2011 in to take trips and Stillwater, OK. to see places She was born but especially on August 21, enjoyed traveling 1915 to Robert with friends. She Ellis and Auda dreamed about (Klingensmith) and accom- Willett in Jones- plished taking her bore, AR. She six grandchildren attended schools on a trip together. inJonesboro, AR She liked Las and Okemah, OK and graduated Vegas, slot machines and shows from Stillwater High School. and was delighted when casinos She eloped with and married came to Oklahoma. Byron Gordon Daniel in Perry, She was preceded in death OK on December 31, her husband, her parents She was a faithful member of and five sisters, OUie Williams, First United Methodist Church Mildred Colassaco, Pauline of Sfillwater, meml~er of the Clanton, Louise Davis, and United Methodist Women Billie Jean Atkins and brother, and the Jim Richardsan Class. Robert Ellis WiUett, Jr. When she was in her late 80's She is survived by her she talked about driving the youngest brother, Wayne Pad "old women" to church on(LiUie) Willett of Crestview, Sunday. She was a member of FL; her three children: Dana the Arnerican Legion Auxiliary. Kay Brown of Oklahoma City, Aline (along with her mother and Sharron Sue (Gary) O'Donnell sisters) formed a bunko club in of Stillwater; Gordon (Phyl- 1942whiletheirmenwereoffto lis) Daniel of Broken Arrow, war and that continued until the OK; grandchildren: Laura 1970's with many friends join- (Mark) Stanlake of Oklahoma Sue "Ham" Estes ing over the years. There were City; Rebecca (Jeff) Davis of i 1940-2011 no strangers to her home. The Owasso, OK;AngelaEytc i door of hospitality was always of OklahomaCity;Tasha (Tom) ' She had no children, but she considered her many nieces and nephews as her own, and they all loved their Aunt Sue and looked forward to her deviled eggs. She was pre- ceded in death by her parents, her husband, and her sister, Annita Eades. wide open. She was known for Garske ofBartonville, IL; Amy her spaghetti and meatballs and (Chris) Wade ofBroken Arrow, there was always room for one OK; Kyle (Valerie) Daniel of more at her table. Her home Frisco, "IX. :She also leaves was a gathering place after great grandchildren: Allison, school, for holidays, weddings Lindsey and Madison Davis; and funerals, game-day, late- Brittany and Ethan Garske; night study sessions, a game Kinley Daniel; Madyson and of Yahtzee or Farkle and if one Michael Wade. She is missed just wanted to visit awhile. The by Barbra Alusi and the many coffee pot was always on. It family and friends who felt at wasn't unusual to have house home with her. full of people sleeping over and The family wants to thank to see the floors full of pallets Judith Karman Hospice and Estes, 70, died Stillwa- Funeral and one brother George Ferris Gardens. Strode FuneralHome She is survived by her two of Grand Island, Nebraska.; was in charge of arrange- sisters, Betty Fagan and her three grandchildren, David ments, husband, Richard, of Stillwater, E., James, and Russell Sander; She was born on August 24, and Carolyn Murray of Cole- and two great grandchildren. 1940 in StiUwater, Oklahoma rado Springs; a brother=m-law, She was predeceased by her to Roy Perry Ham and Emma FrankEadesofPerkins;aswell parents lee and Eva Ferris, Louise Graham Ham. Sheas many nieces and nephews. an infant sister, and two older married Gerald Lee Estes in Memorial conlribufions may brothers, Rexford and Elwin. November of 1967. He pre- be made in her name to the The family has requested that ceded her in death in April of American Diabetes Associa- in lieu of flowers, donations 2010. tion, 1701 North Beauregard be made in Vivian's name She worked for Oklahoma Street,Alexandria, VA22311. to Judith Karman Hospice in State University for twenty Condolences may be emailed care of Palmer Marler Funeral years at the Student Union and to the family and an online obit- Home. Condolences may be ten years in Student Housing uary may be viewed by visiting sent to the before retiring in 2005. www.strodeflxcom with sleeping young people. Carolyn Thompson for their Aline played the piano by ear loving care. and loved the "Boogie Woogie" Condolences may he emailed and hymns. 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