Secretaries to Honor Southwestern Bell Executive
Secretaries to Honor Southwestern Bell Executive The Oklahoma City chapter of Professional Secretaries International will honor its 1990-91 Executive of the Year, Larry K. Wilson, at a special luncheon Thursday at Applewoods.
Wilson, nominated to receive the award by Darlene Mitchell, his secretary, will be guest speaker at the luncheon. Mitchell was 1989-90 president of the chapter.
Wilson is division manager-human resources, of Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. in Oklahoma City. Selection for the award is based on community involvement, and support of his secretary's involvement in Professional Secretaries International. Wilson also was selected the Arkansas/Oklahoma Division Executive of the Year.
Luncheon reservation information may be obtained from Janny Cooper of Southwestern Bell Telephone Co., Room 361, 800 N. Harvey Ave. The luncheon is open to all metropolitan secretaries and their executives.
Governor to Teach Public Affairs Class TULSA - Gov. Henry Bellmon will teach a course on Oklahoma and national politics next semester at the University of Tulsa, school officials said.
Bellmon, who is not running for re-election this year, will teach an undergraduate course titled ``Topics in Public Affairs: Issues and Institutions in Oklahoma and National Politics.'' The class will meet Thursdays from Jan. 24 until April 11, the university said. Three of the lectures will be open to the public.
Bellmon also is expected to teach a course on politics at Oklahoma State University, his alma mater.
Executive Etiquette Topic of Seminar "Executive Etiquette for Global Transactions" is a seminar scheduled Wednesday and Thursday at Metro Tech Business Conference Center, 1900 Springlake Dr., to give business people insight on how to conduct business in other countries. Instructor will be LaJoyce Chatwell Lawton. Topics include meeting protocol, male/female relationships, business entertaining and executive gift giving.
Noble Lecturer Named Dr. George Gilder, senior fellow for the Hudson Institute and author of "MICROCOSM: The Quantum Revolution in Economics and Technology" is scheduled as the second Oklahoma City University Noble Lecturer for the 1990-91 academic year, appearing at 7:30 p.m. Monday at Burg Auditorium of the OCU Fine Arts Building, NW 25th St. and Blackwelder.
The Noble Lectures, an activity of the Meinders School of Business, are free and open to the public courtesy of the Noble Foundation of Ardmore. Gilder is a graduate of Harvard University and is credited with influencing the Reagan Administration on supplyside economics and the tax cut of 1981.
Springall Travel Opens Branch Springall Travel, 3604 NW 58th St., has opened a branch office at 233 Park Ave. on the ground floor of the Park Harvey Building. …