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Page 111 text:
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Mellow music issues from the Dance Band, a collection
of musically-talented students who wish to learn more
about this career-potential aspect of their field. Di-
rected by Mr. Clark, the band plays at various school
functions during the year, particularly forthe Exchange
Assembly and Royalty Romp. Nominal fees are
charged to provide money for music.
Success ofthe band is measured by Mr. Clark's direct-
ing activities, when the Band plays well, he "dances"
while he directs. When this group performs he's always
Ann Wilson, left, provides the vocal part of several dance band numbers. Above, Mr.
Clark beats the rhythm as music poured out to the dance floor at the Royalty Romp.
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DANCE BAND. Left to right, front row: R. Larsen, P.
Jones, J. Freed, T. Leslie, G. Partain, G. Clinton, B.
Bancroft. Second row: D. Bruner, D. Hearn, W. Ander-
son, E. Hewlin, T. Lutz. Missing from picture were: D.
Drum, P. Hector, A. Wilson, A. Epley.
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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