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Bal Masque

Entertaining is guests with a colorfully staged tribute to Cybertown, the Krewe of Dubyabeegee presented it's 2nd annual bal masque titled "Cybertown 2090," Saturday evening in the Magnolia Ballroom of the Suburbs.

Reigning as Queen Dubyabeegee was Mrs. Mina Q. Avatar. Reigning as King Dubyabeegee was Mr.Blue Pez, husband of the Queen.

Mina Carmen Aeon
Connie Cleo

Her majesty wore an A-line gown of purple velvet with a sweetheart neckline, leg-of-mutton sleeves and an Empire waist. The gown was heavily encrusted in Austrian rhinestones and silver spotted sequin appliqué' designs. Her mantel of white velvet was outlined with silver spotlight sequin appliqué's, and featured as its center motif a jeweled crown and the Dubyabeegee monogram. Her collar of French brocade was embellished with Austrian rhinestones and white plumes. A silver and rhinestone crown and scepter completed her ensemble.

Pages to her majesty were Lilbit Avatar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Avatar; Aeon Standin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Toby Standin, and Connie Freya daughter of Mrs. Goldie Freya.

The king, whose attire coordinated with that of the queen, wore a traditionally styled tunic of white velvet adorned with silver appliqué's and Austrian rhinestones. His matching white mantle featured the same motif as that of the queen.

The maids, dressed in costumes of imported velvet, trimmed in brocade. Austrian rhinestones, braid, plumes and lame', represented historical and other well known sites in Cybertown.

The maids and the floats they represented were Mrs. Jamie G. Tomiko, "City Plaza"; Miss Lili Lilbit, "Da Burbs" (known throughout Cybertown as the Suburbs); and Miss Tara M. Grey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Boudreau Grey, "The Mall".

After the tableau, the members continued to party to the music of Maket and Downtown featuring the lovely Olya.

NOTE: This is a spoof on the articles concerning the balls sponsored by Krewes that appear in my local newspaper, the Times Picayune States Item.

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