It is believed this woman was Mrs. Ruhl Potts, an early dynamic force in the Women's groups of Wesley and in church life in general. In 1928 the church built a new sanctuary at a cost of about $120,000. At the 1947 mortgage burning, she was part of the official picture as Wallace Wood , building committee chair, C.S. McReight, charter member, Mrs. S.D. Benell, representing older members of the church and Mrs. R.J. Potts, representing the women of the church, burned the papers of the remaining $90,000 building debt.
Based on comparisons of church records and local history records, Sara Paul's father was Albert George Paul (b.1871) who was a real estate salesman in Oklahoma City. He and his wife, Anna Belle (b.1877) had children Ruth (1902), Clyde (1904) and Sarah (1907). Her parents were then the charter member "Paul" family listed in many documents.
She married Ruhl J. Potts on 3 September 1927 in Oklahoma City. Ruhl was the son of Robert and Minnie Potts of Oklahoma City.