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INS JOURNAL-THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1997 PAGE-3 ell-represented at the Veteran's of Foreign Wars Dis- held Sunday, May 4 at Blackwell. As shown in the VFW Post 7322 members Frank Frey, left, was 8 Junior Vice Commander and Cecil Henrick, cen- Di.~tript ~ Com.mnnden On. the ritTht is out-aoir~ r lt(,rman Alhnendinget; Glencoe Post Corn- below shows Robert Lyons, past district commander, district 8 quartermaster; Ron Burch, Perkins VFW Herman Allmendinger, and John Stauffacker, rrtunder. Burch was given a plaque in recognition of the district. Auxiliary President Ruth Kelly was given a certifi- having the second place winner, Kristy Willingham, essay. the VFW District 8 convention from Perkins were Brake, Dale Jarvis, Sharon Burch, Gene and and Rick and Kathy Clark. 16 VFW posts from throughout North and Eastern are part of the District 8 area. announced that the Perkins VFW Post 7322 will be meeting on Sunday, August 3. the words to express the gratitude I feel in my fyou for entrusting me with the care of your most - "your children". a challenging, yet extremely rewarding year for I have made a difference in the lives of for they have touched my heart. expressions of love throughout the year, and es- quilt embroidered with all my children's names. It Will be treasured. Perkins Head Start homa City; seven grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; and five Hazel Creola Lamar great-great-grandchildren. " Her grandsons served as pall- Services for Hazel Creola bearers. Lamar, 93, were held Wednes- day, May 7, 1997 at 2:00 p.m. at Strode Chapel in Perkins. Inter- Col. Gass to speak at ment was at Carney Memorial Republican meeting Cemeteryin Carney, Oklahoma. Colonel (retired) James M. She died May 3, 1997 at Stillwa- Gass, son-in-law of Allan and ter Nursing Home. Dorris Goodbary, will be the tea- Born February 1, 1904 in Para- tured speaker at a joint meeting dise, Texas to Albert S. and Ada of the Lincoln County Republi- Viola (Whitted) Miller, she mar- can Women and the Lincoln ried Reuben L. Lamar on No- County Republican Party at 7:00 vember 15, 1924 in Oklahoma p.m., May 13, 1997, at the Court City. She is predeceased by her House in Chandler. He will husband who died December 6, speak about his experiences as 1975. the commander of the 1st Cav- She came to "Oklahortia with alry Division artillery during her parents and grew up in Ok`a- Operations Desert Shield and homa City, where she attended Desert Storm. The 1st Cavalry school. She went to work at a Division was a major participant telephone office at the age of 15. in the famous "left hook" which Afar her marriage she became evicted the Iraqi Army from Ku- a full-time homemaker. The faro- wait. ily lived in Oklahoma City, Colonel Gass is a 1964 gradu- Ardmore, Berwyn, and the ate of Oklahoma State Univer- PerkinsflYyon area. She was an sity and obtained his Army corn- avid Dallas Cowboys Football mission through the ROTC pro- fan. She lived in the Stillwater gram. During his highly deco- Nursing Home since 1987, and rated 30 year career, Colonel was a member of Tryon Assem- Gass also served two tours in bly of God church. Vietnam flying helicopters. His She was also predeceased by presentation will include some her son, Reuben Ben Lamar, Jr., video of what life was like in the five sisters and one brother. She desert and of the firing of the is survived by three daughters: Multiple Launch Rocket System Gharhltte Sadler and husband which his unit was the first to Wendell of Perkins; Betty ever tire in combat, tie will also Howell of Mt. Vernon, MO; and be glad to answer questions. Lou Anderson and husband Everyone is invited to attend Ernie of Basehor, KS; one this highly informative and in- brother, Roilo Miller of Okla- teresting presentation. %here Once was a lady who didn't live in a shoe, It she had I0 kids and knew exactl what to dO. She loved them, raised them, and ave them find when it was time, she gent@ pushed them k out of the nest. 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