The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum was full of people at the inaugural one night event hosted by members of the Persimmon Hill Associates. Prix de West and special invited artists brought their artwork to the Art Preview and Reception called “Small Works, Great Wonders.” People bid on the artwork and most of it was sold at the event.
The fixed price sale of art was originally set for November 30 but was re-scheduled for December 18th.
When guests visit Judy and Tom Love, they enjoy seeing
all the Santa Claus figures throughout the house. The vast collection
shows all kinds and sizes of Santas. Many of the Santas have been
gifts from friends through the years and many of them have been
collected by the Loves.
It is an awesome Christmas sight!
Party honors engaged couple
Geoff Dulaney and Cassie Baker were honored at an “around-the-house” shower and dinner in the home of Sharon and John Bozalis. Co-hosts were Judy and Bill Phillips, Chelin and Gregg Satherlie and Betty Ann Furseth and Jerry Furseth.
The engaged couple will be married in May.
The honorees, both from Charleston, S.C., enjoyed visiting with their friends and took their wrapped shower gifts home to open.
Guests included Candy and Tom Dulaney, Susan Parker, Drew Neville, Lori and Bond Payne, Bob Ellis, Jan and Dick Parker, and Barbara and Randy Walker, Charlotte, N.C.
Jim Vallion and Ann Alspaugh stood at the front door of the festive Alspaugh home to welcome their party guests.
Life-size holiday figures were set in the entryway and windows of the house held wonderful snow scenes.
The menu items were festive, and dessert was birthday cake to celebrate the hosts’ birthdays.
Vallion’s birthday was on the day of the party, and everyone joined in to sing “Happy Birthday.”
Guests included Pam and Bill Shdeed, Phyllis and Dan Stough, Mary and Mike Mahaffey, Lynn and Ron White, Ann Felton, Bob Gilliland, Kaye and Ed Cook, Lela and Mark Sullivan, Barbara and Jackie Cooper, Joanie and Al McLaughlin and Vicki and Leland Gourley.
FUN TO SEE
Baby Burke Johnson, 7 weeks, napped during the party that grandmother Gennie Johnson held in his honor.
His mother Tyfanna Johnson and sister Kirby Johnson, 8, greeted guests, and Kirby rode the toy train that was part of the decorations at the front door.
There were vases of yellow roses and toy trains on tracks that served as centerpieces for the holiday menu items.
Train cookies were also served.
Guests included Sara Northwood, Martha Bradshaw, Betty Lou Stewart, Penny Replogle, Toby Walker, Mary England, Kirk Hammons, Pam Smith, Betty Crow, Carol Gann, Laurie Hyde and Sharon Wade.
LOK CHRISTMAS PARTY
The Leadership Oklahoma Holiday Celebration was in the home of Robin and James Meyer.
Two hundred members of the group celebrated the 20th year, and the entire membership throughout the state was invited to the holiday party.
Lee Symcox is president.
Flowers in the Meyer home were arranged by Dulaney Flowers, owned by Candy and Tom Dulaney, both Leadership Oklahoma class members.
Ann Ackerman is the organization’s new chief executive officer.
It is a wonderful time of the year. Suzie
and Stan Hupfeld’s home is filled with Christmas music and Christmas
cheer. Suzie recently entertained her card group for a luncheon and
all of her decorations were in place.