Photos from previous
Johnson County Pioneers &
Old Settlers Reunion Parades
Photos from the 2004
Photographs courtesy of library
Laripin' Good Library Queen , Darla Million and Alvarado City Manager, Mary
Laripin' Good Library Queen "Loretta" AKA Darla Million
Click on each photo below for a larger view.
Library Float and Participants:
Librarians and library patrons can really yell! Just ask
anyone who saw the parade...
Annie Oakley from Annie Get Your Gun
A Janette Oke pioneer mother - .
AKA Susan Trotter.
Laripin' Good Library Queen
After the parade we were all catching our breath!
Before the parade we were making last minute repairs! See if you can spot
anyone you know.
Parade Floats and Entries:
This beautiful float representing the past JCPOSR Baby Contest Winners
took days and days of work and was appreciated by the happy parade
Following in the tradition of years past area fire departments had their trucks
in the parade.
Rep. Arlene Wohlgemuth looking
Our Johnson County Mayors all looked
and collected despite the hot
comfortable and happy to be there!
The Red Hat Society had a Tea
The Boy Scouts honored their grandfathers.
International Miss contest winners.
The Johnson County Sheriff's Department with their wonderful horses and
2000 Johnson County Pioneers
& Old Settlers Reunion Parade
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Featured music - The Thunderer March - by John Phillips
Sousa, performed by the Boston Pops Orchestra, Arthur Fielder, conductor.