I was the Queen Bee in 1964. A Social, Grand Central Station, Party Magnet

April 27, 1964, Monday. Can’t wait until Friday. Party at Jack’s. I just love his laugh, He’s so great!

Well everyone was talking about next Friday night, when Dave K and Jack are getting all the guy’s together at Jack’s and I’m getting all the girls and we’re having a party. I’m sort of mad because all my friends are horning in on my boyfriends. It gets me so mad because I use to be the only girl and I felt like a Queen. But, I’m only bringing about 10 girls. Dave called, but didn’t ask me out Friday. I think he likes me though. I like him, but we are too different types. He hates big crowds and loud noise while Howard and I always loved it. I have to go modeling until 7:30. I wonder if the Culver guy’s will like the Westchester guy’s coming to Club Night

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I had all the contacts with Westchester High School Surfer’s and Culver City High School’s cute girls.  I was the Queen Bee in 1964.  A Social, Grand Central Station, Party Magnet. But the truth was….. I ONLY WANTED TO BE WITH HOWARD….

“I Only Want to Be with You” Dusty Springfield


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