ests included his mother Shalla Jones, Claire Puckett, Sandy Shapard, Jackie Acers, Becky Buchanan, Nancy Greer and Linda James.
‘HOW TO' PARTY
• How to be a good mother-in-law was the subject of advice given at a luncheon honoring Barbara Quillian and Sandy Edge at the Oklahoma City Golf and Country Club. Jeaneen Naifeh and her daughter, Jenee Lister, asked guests to write their advice for the two mothers-in-law before the wedding of their children, Jennifer Edge and Patrick Quillian. The notes went into a beautiful bag, which was a gift for the bride. Guests included Barbara Beeler, Terry Bradley, Jane White, Marty Margo, Leslie Rainbolt-Forbes, Carol Solomon, Penny McCaleb, Karen Watson, Candy Ainsworth, Samina Baber and Betsy Hyde.
Other parties honored the couple. Terry and Hank Bradley hosted a cocktail party. Co-hosts were Judi Smith, Jane Crain, Carol and Steve Solomon, Marty and Robert Margo, Barbara and Bud Beeler, Candy and Chuck Ainsworth, Jane and Jim White, and Kathy and John Griffin. A linen shower and patio supper in the home of Peggy and Nick Duncan honored the couple. Co-hosts were Marilyn and Jack Baragree, Leslie and Larry Regens, Penny Park, and Jana and Lee Reynolds. There was a kitchen shower in Donna Bozalis' home. Hostesses were Bozalis, Cheryl Browne, Penny McCaleb and Leslie Rainbolt-Forbes.
PARTY FOR ART
• Jeanette and Dick Sias gave a dinner party for Oklahoma Arts Council board members. Among the guests was Betty Price, former executive director of the Oklahoma Arts Council who retired from the job in September. Jim Tolbert and Dick Sias gave speeches about her before dinner. Also there were Sharon King Davis, Leona Mitchell and Elmer Bush, Sandy and Stan Evans, Kym Koch Thompson and Mickey Thompson, Jim Tolbert, Jan Henry, Brenda McDaniel, Suzanne Tate and Chris Mauldin, Norris Price, and Joan and Al McLaughlin.