From The Page (May, 1972):
The birthdays of Their Majesties occur during their reign, and they invite all who have birthdays at this time to come forward to be honoured at the Royal Birthday Party. All are invited to the party, to be held Saturday, June 3, in Redwood bowl in Roberts Recreational Area (see map -- omitted). Bring equipment for javelin throwing, archery, boffing, pillow fighting, twealzie wopping; and a contribution to the pot luck feast. Entertainers of all varieties are urged to come and prepare to perform. Ladies are requested to bedeck themselves with flowers and wreaths. Revels and the BIRTHDAY CAKE will follow after dark at Ravnsgaard (address/phone omitted).
Description of this event,
© Copyright 1980 by William R. Keyes (Wilhelm von Schlüssel)
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