From The Page (May, 1971):
Revel - May 22, Clyde Schuman's place, 6 p.m. until ? Events: Maypole dancing, choosing of May Queen, All-night revels. Main course of feast to be provided. Guests should bring potalbles and cheese, fruits, breads, etc. (directions omitted)
From the History (by Wilhelm):
Held at Clyde Schumann’s Ranch, Olympia, WA. There was feasting and competitions in slings and hammer-throw. Colleen of Gallimaufry was chosen as May Queen. All of the ladies had each put a flower into a suspended golden egg. The first lady to rend the egg asunder with a blow from a broad sword (while blindfolded) in a certain period of time was the winner. Colleen hit it first. Gilmirron of the Blue Flame and his lady performed an except from "The Taming of the Shrew."
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