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Page 109 text:
Royalty misses Royalty Romp, decorations a knockout
cz l '2
Royalty and "commoners" danced amid a
Valentine decor featuring huge heart playing-
cards on the gym walls.
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Jewel-glittering crowns of the King and Queen of
Hearts, Jim Carmichael and Judy Oncza, whom the
school selected to reign over the Royalty Romp, rested
on empty thrones, as King James rested in a hospital
bed trying to clear up a hand infection, and Queen
Judy, his real-life steady, suffered sympathetically
Other members of the court participated in the dance
and regal ceremonies. They included Lesley Anders,
Barbara Bandy, Sharon LaMothe, Sandy Schafer,
Mike Bratherton, Lee Deschamps, Bill Gray, and
Giant playing cards lhearts, naturallyl comprised the
unusual decorations for "Coeur d'Amour," dated Feb-
ruary l3. Sue Orrin, general chairman, was assisted
by Bill Armour, Carol Boyd, Patricia Davis, Dan Good-
fellow, Diane Orel, Doug Reed and a host of other in-
Ron Mitchell and Pete Boroday, above, receive Valentine punch and heart
cookies from Sue Orrin, general chairman. Below, the court poses before a
background of dance decorations: Bill Gray, Lesley Anders, Lee Deschamps,
Sandy Schafer, Judy Oncza lqueeni Barb Bundy, Ron Holmes, Sharon LaMothe
and Mike Bratherton. King Jim Carmichael is missing.
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Judy Oncza and Jim Carmichael,
Royalty Romp's King and Queen
of Hearts, wore their crowns only
at the hospital, where Jim was re-
ceiving treatment for a hand in-
fection. Left, Judy secures the
crown on Jim's head. At the dance,
right, the royal crowns and Queen
Judy's bouquet of red roses rested
on empty thrones.
Page 110 text:
Frolic welcomed Spring
Bentley's first Spring Sweetheart, Kathy Frame, was
the main attraction of the vernal social event known
to Bentleyites as the Spring Frolic. She was the first
girl ever to carry the title, symbolic of her selection as
Bentley's "prettiest girl."
Kathy's court comprised Cherrill Jones, Sandy Palmer,
Irene Gianetti, Ardith Bottrill, Marilyn Litak, Pat Luby
Fay Cossin, and Anne Templeton.
Each girl wore a corsage of gardenias and roses, and
Kathy received a bracelet engraved "Spring Sweet
Sugar n' spice were added by the Dance Band Their
music was a mixture of the sweetness of a ballad and
the spice of a beat.
Stir in butterflies, flowers, fun, people, and the Sprung
Frolic was complete. Those who sampled this delectable
dish had one reaction-MMMMM-Good!
Bob Conard, representative ofthe Advanced Journalism staff, pre-
sents Kathy Frame with a bracelet symbolizing her position as
"Spring Sweetheart of l96O."
Varhi-colored butterflies llefll were the central overhead decorations. Kathy Frame,
Spring Sweetheart, posed with her court lbelowl left to right: Irene Gianetti, Cherrill
Jones, Ardith Bottrill, Sandy Palmer, Kathy, Anne Templeton, Pat Luby, Fay Cossin and
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