Beaux Arts Ball Chairman Bebe MacKellar, her husband Bruce MacKellar and Co-chairman Tricia Everest pose by one of the stunning floral arrangements created by Jim Vallion.
Pages at the ball were Preston Parsons, age 10 and Christopher Hendee, age 9.
A Winter Wonderland theme is beautifully reflected in the decor at Oklahoma City Golf and Country Club.
Ann, Lindsey, age 10, Bette Jo, Frank, Katherine, age 3, Sarah, age 8 and Greg Hill. Frank Hill was crowned Beaux Arts King.
Dr. Ralph Lazzara, Mary Ellen Gumerson, Devon Leigh and Dr. Sonny Jackman attend the Heart Rhythm Institue, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center benefit luncheon and jewelry sale at Oklahoma City Golf & Country Club.
Lt. Gov. Jari Askins, Sarah Geiger, Pat Gambulos, Shona Huffman and Dr. Sunny Po also attended the luncheon.
David G. Campbell, Robert W. Allen, Sharlene Branham and Tom Cronin attend an Oklahoma City Geological Awards dinner.
Dr. Amalia Miranda, Dr. David Korber and Mary Pointer attend the Eye Ball benefit for Prevent Blindness.
Brad Martin, Dr. Nabil Strouji and Dr. Joe Phillips also were among the guests.
Jere and Anne McKenny, Herb David and John Preston also attended the geology awards luncheon.
Lea Jenson, Jon Hansen, Shelly Quisenberry and Lindsay Vocht party at the Lupus benefit at the Oklahoma City Zoo.
Jon Robinson, Janna Hall and Larry Kelley also attended the Lupus benefit.
Rod and Joan Frates and Charlotte and John Richels chair the St. Anthony Saints Ball held at the Skirvin Hilton Hotel.
Sherry Rhodes, Joan Frates, Jamie Farha, Meg Salyer, Jane Jenkins and Charlotte Richels pose for a group photo at the Saints Ball.
Other guests included Chester and Debbie Beam and Linda and Chris Howard.
Kristin Chenoweth shares a laugh with her college voice professor, Florence Birdwell, at the 83rd Annual Oklahoma Hall of Fame Banquet.
Steven Jech, Phil Kernan Jr., Kyla Alexander, Bill Frankfurt attend the Harding Charter Preparatory High School silent auction at the Will Rogers Theatre.
Mike Turpen poses with his presenter Joe Lieberman priot to the Hall of Fame dinner.
Lew O. Ward, Robert Hefner III, Mei Li Hefner and Bill Banowsky pose for a picture.
Ty England, Shannon Rich and Tom McDaniel smile for the camera at the Hall of Fame.
Inductees Lew O. Ward, Edward Keller, Kristin Chenoweth, Mike Turpen, Judy Love and Robert Hefner III.
Deborah Burroughs, Vicki Miles-LaGrange, Jocelyn McDaniels, Maggie Green, Carmen Butler and Fran Evans attend a Beta Sigma Omega Chapter reception honoring Maggie Green.
Deborah McAuliffe Senner and husband Scott Senner pose at the Allied Arts Opus VI pARTy.
A crowd lines up to adopt pets at the Midnight Woofness benefit sponsored by the Central Oklahoma Humane Society, outside a PetSmart store. There were 490 adoptions in 42 hours.
Natausha Spears, Candace Hobbs, Katie Taylor and Glynda Chu attend the Rhinestone Rodeo benefit sponsored by the Edmond Women's Club.
Jeri Harris, Theresa Pfeiffer, Sherry Jordan, Vince Pfeiffer also were among the guests.
Sue Ryan, Walter Scheib and Janie Axton attend the Kappa Alpha Theta Flaming Festival.
Jeffrey Oliasami, Deanna Devore and Alberto Avila pose at the Restaurant Wars Battle For Babies benefit for the March of Dimes.
Bond and Lori Payne, Teresa Rose and James Pickel chaired the Opus VI pARTy benefit for Allied Arts.
Meg Salyer, Anne Johnstone and Ann Gray also were among the guests at the pARTy.
Have you noticed some people, i.e. husbands, simply aren’t geared for grocery shopping in the giant world of super markets. You can spot them racing up and down the aisles, sparks flying from their cart wheels, frantically trying to fine the food section before the store closes. (who am I kidding, these stores never close, but I had to end the sentence somehow) It’s disconcerting to buy groceries in a store that sells TV’s, cell phones and computers alongside the cheddar cheese and Listerine. Who wants to stand in line holding two lemons behind a fellow paying for a hundred dollar charcoaler?
Used to, you could ask your husband to stop by the store and pick up a carton of milk on the way home. And at worse he’d come home with a couple of jars of olives, artichoke hearts and cashew nuts. Now, with all the super market splendor at his fingertips, he comes out of the store lugging four yard chairs, wind chimes, a convection oven and a coffee maker that sings you to sleep.
It’s taking impulse buying to a whole new level. Forget the milk.