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llllllll!ll!lli:i!llllll!l!lll!lll!lli;i!llll!lll!lllllllllirilllM For Wildflower Festival Peewee King, Queen Crowned in Barstow BARSTOW Two lifelong residents residents of Barstow will reign over the 2nd annual Desert Wildflower Wildflower Festival. Between the two of theru, that's 21 years here In this high desert city. Chosen Peewee King and Queen were Fred Mills, 10-year 10-year 10-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Mills of 10O0 W. Buena Vista, and Lupe JaramlUo, 11 -year-old -year-old -year-old -year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andy JaramlUo ol Kelly. The two youngsters were chosrn out of a field of M In judging Wednesday night. The original plan had been to choose ll!illl!lllli:il!!illl!!!l!!l!l!ll!i;i!l!!!ltllIllllll!llli:i!!!tllllllll!H the King and Queen from photos photos submitted, but judges decided decided that they could do better Job If they talked to the children In person. And, before the evening was over, judges knew that It was also a tough job picking too royal candidates in person. Also chosen were Jimmy Burgess of 1712 Church to serve as prtrvr and Diana Chaves of 201 W. Buena Buena YKta to serve at princess. Both King Fred and Queen Lupe were born In Barstow and are In the fifth grade. Fred attends attends Henderson School, while Lupe attends Cameron School. Queen Lupe's parents came here from Albuquerque IS years ago, while Mug Fred's parents came here It years ago from Highland. Actually, Fred's dad, a wholesale ante parts talesman, talesman, had been traveling the desert four years before that on business; but It took a tltilo while for Mrs. Mills to deddo she wanted to Ihe here. "Now," she I a g h s, "jo couldn't get mo to leave: The royal pair will not only reign over the Desert Festival, which Is scheduled for April Ills, Ills, but will also be featured In other community acUtltles during during lha year.