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Eatonville’s Entry in the Daffodil Parade (1954)

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1954 Eatonville float in Daffodil Parade

1954 Eatonville float in Daffodil Parade

This article ran in the Dispatch, April 22, 1954.

“Eatonville’s entry in the daffodil parade is seen as it made its way through Puyallup. Pictured on the float are Florence Parrish as Maid Marian; Dick Logston as Robin Hood and Delores Jordan, Friar Truck, and Lois Swanson, skier. Seated are Doug Smith, rifle hunter, and Loren Hamilton, bow and arrow.

Not caught by the camera were Sharon Oxwang, Kathy Tone, Taffy Swanson, Ron Morrison, Bob Tone, and Sig Osterdahl, unseen hero in the driver’s seat.” (Eatonville Dispatch)

Photo courtesy of Dick Logston.

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