Photos from previous Johnson County Pioneers & Old Settlers Reunion Parades

Photos from the 2004 Parade
Photographs courtesy of library patron and
Laripin' Good Library Queen , Darla Million and Alvarado City Manager, Mary Daly.

Laripin' Good Library Queen "Loretta" AKA Darla Million

Click on each photo below for a larger view.

Library Float and Participants:
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Librarians and library patrons can really yell!    Just ask anyone who saw the parade...       

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Annie Oakley from Annie Get Your Gun -                  A Janette Oke pioneer mother - .        
AKA Ruth Daniels.                                            AKA Susan Trotter. 

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Laripin' Good Library Queen "Loretta"                 After the parade we were all catching our breath!
AKA Leanne Cowan                                                                                   

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Before the parade we were making last minute repairs! See if you can spot anyone you know.

Other Parade Floats and Entries:

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This beautiful float representing the past JCPOSR Baby Contest Winners
 took days and days of work and was appreciated by the happy parade watching crowd.

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Following in the tradition of years past area fire departments had their trucks in the parade.
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Rep. Arlene Wohlgemuth looking cool              Our  Johnson County Mayors all looked 
and collected despite the hot day.                   comfortable and happy to be there!

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The Red Hat Society had a Tea Party.              The Boy Scouts honored their grandfathers.

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International Miss contest winners.

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The Johnson County Sheriff's Department with their wonderful horses and prisoner's cart.

2000 Johnson County Pioneers & Old Settlers Reunion Parade

Want to look at even older photos? Follow this link.

Featured music - The Thunderer March - by John Phillips Sousa, performed by the Boston Pops Orchestra, Arthur Fielder, conductor.

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