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Parties Extra: Aug. 1-7, 2005

Oklahoman Published: August 8, 2005
POSTED: Aug. 7, 2005 Celebration

Robynne and Rick Mulcahy were honored at a party July 23 in celebration of the anticipated arrival of a baby.

Hosts for the party at Colonial Art Gallery were Willard Johnson, Lucy and Red Kemether, Cheryl and Gene Melton, and Wiley and Bill Hugos.

Among the guests were Suzanne and Tracy Silvester, Lillian and Robert Mulcahy, Tim Silvester, Kathy and Andrea Pool, Kelly Mulcahy, Martha Mullaly, Nat Smith, Maureen and Christopher Martin, Judy and Scott Morton, Cynthia Cortright, Blake Perry, Richard Kerr, Mary Tidholm and Coleen Bishop.

POSTED: Aug. 7, 2005 Graduation party

Andy Barnes was the honoree at a Mexican-theme party recently. Hosts were Diana and Clint Greenhaw. The occasion was his graduation from University of Central Oklahoma with a criminal justice degree.

Among the partygoers were Wilma and Dennis Suenran, Kyle Greenhaw, Guy Williams, Crystal and Ian Williams, Matt Puckett, Jason Baldwin, Brian Atchley, Janette Ice and Robert Hudson.

, Blake Perry, Richard Kerr, Mary Tidholm and Coleen Bishop.

POSTED: Aug. 7, 2005 Shower

A "Barbecue Roundup" was held for Erin Marshall and Jordan Page in the home of Nancy and Dan Junkin. Hostesses were Susan Bennett, Joy Taylor, Kathleen Johnson, Carol Rudiger and Jane Sutter. They gave the couple an outdoor barbecue grill.

Orange, black and white decorations depicted Oklahoma State University decor since the couple, who will be married in September, graduated recently from OSU. Pistol Pete, the university's mascot, made an appearance.

POSTED: Aug. 5, 2005 Rosy outlook

Gov. Brad Henry and his wife Kim. Photo by Helen Ford Wallace More photos

Beautiful roses of all colors were seemingly everywhere (on tables, on the stage and in huge bouquets on the buffet table) at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum on July 28.

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