Program of the Portland Rose Festival June 20–23, 1922.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 23rd
Floral Pageant Day
Director in Charge, PERCY G. ALLEN Grand Marshal, ADMIRAL HENRY T. MAYO, U.S.N., Retired Aides
MAJOR GEORGE MAYO CART. JAMES PARKER SCHWERIN LIEUT. R. E. KERR, U.S.N. LIEUT. JOHN A. EECKWITH, U.S.N. CART. FREDERICK S. COOK, U. S. Eng. J*
1:30 P. M.—Grand Floral Parade
1& Parade will form on East Side, starting from Grand Avenue and proceed along the following route: North on Grand to Oregon, west on Oregon over the Steel bridge to Glisan, west on Glisan to Sixth Street, south on Sixth to Burn-sia % west on Burnside to Tenth Street, south on Tenth to Alder Street, east on Alder to Broadway, north on Broadway to Oak Street, east on Oak to Sixth Street, south on Sixth to "Alder, east on Alder to Fifth Street, north on Fifth to Pine, east on Pine to Fourth, south on Fourth to Morrison, west on Morrison to Broadway, south on Broadway to Madison and disband.
8 P. M.—Whitney Boys' Chorus
Multnomah Field, Nineteenth and Morrison Sts.
.9:00 P. M.—Grand Carnival Ball
Directors in Charge, W. C. CULBERTSON FRED W. GERMAN
MATT J. SLATKY fl/The grand finale of the Rose Festival will be the Carnival Ball at the Armory, 7 o'clock P. M., Friday, June 23, 1922. The entire Armory, profusely decorated, will be turned over to this festivity. Continuous music in the several halls from 7 P. M. to 12 M.
1$ Don't miss this great event. Nominal admission charge.
ROSE FESTIVAL PROGRAM
Olds, Wortman 8 King
TUESDAY, JUNE 20th
11:30 A. M.—Arrival of Royal Barge of Harriet, Queen-elect of Rosaria, and Royal Party, escorted by the Fleet of Her Domain. Presentation of Princess Harriet by Prime Minister Dundore to Governor Olcott, Mavor Baker and President Hauser of the Rose Festival Governors, who will welcome her in the name of The Commonwealth, Municipality and the Realm of Rosaria. Landing and reception ceremonies, Belmont St. Quay. x2:00 M.—Entry Royal to the City under escort of Rosarians, Military and Naval Staff, soldiery and citizenry, officials of state.
12 'AS P. M.—Official Luncheon — Gold Room, Multnomah Hotel.
2:30 P.M.—Coronation Ceremonies at Laurel-hurst Park, followed by celebration festivities staged in a pastoral setting of surpassing beauty—allegorical dancing by groups of children—direction of Professor Robert Krohn.
4:1: P.M.—Official Opening of Rose Show at Armory by Queen Harriet.
4:30 P.M.—Official Opening of Sportsman-Tourist Exposition at Armory.
5:00 P.M.—Queen Harriet officially opens Festival Center.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21st
FESTIVAL CENTER—South Park Blocks. ROSE SHOW—Armory, Tenth and Couch Sts. SPORTSMAN'S-TOURIST SHOW—Armory. Open All Day.
1:30 P. M—The Regatta on the Willamette River.
Course—Start and finish all races between Burnside and Hawthorne bridges.
Official Reviewing Stand—Burnside Street Quay. Boat races and water sports continuing all afternoon. 3 :00 P. M.—Mass Meeting of Oregon Women, honoring Miss Alice Robertson, President Warren G. Harding's personal representative.
9:00 P. M—Admiral's Ball, Grand Ball Room, Multnomah Hotel.
ROY T. BISHOP, Admiral of the Regatta, Assisted by His Staff.
€f The Admiral's Ball is one of the major social events of the Festival week. On this occasion the Admiral and his staff in the regalia of their respective official rank do honor to Her Majesty Harriet, Queen of Rosaria, and officers of the visiting fleet. Formal, by invitation.
THURSDAY, JUNE 22nd
Army and Navy Day
Multnomah Field, Nineteenth and Morison Sts. CLAY S. MORSE, Director in Charge, Assisted by ROBERT E. WELLS.
3000 in the Cast.
1:30 P. M.—Military Review and Parade. Line of march, south on Sixth Street from Burnside to Alder Street, west on Alder to Multnomah Field.
2:00 P.M.—Pageant of Flowers, 1000 children participating.
2:30 P.M.—Field Events, Army vs. Navy. 100-yard dash, 220-yard dash, 440-yard dash, relay race, tug-of-war, regimental drill, Navy rifle drill
2:45 P.M.—Death-defying aeroplane acrobatics.
3 :00 P. M.—Hunt Club Special Program.
3:30 P. M.—Drill Teams of Fraternal Organizations in competition.
4:00 P.M.—Selected program by Boy Scouts of America.
8:15 P. M.-Spectacular Fireworks
Baseball Park, 24th and Vaughn Streets. ^ Preceded by parade through downtown district of several hundred blood-thirsty Redskins in war paint and full war costume, who will stage an attack on Pale Face Immigrant Train in Premier Spectacle of the Fireworks Program.
f :00 P. M.—Rosarian Ball
§ Official ball to Her Majesty, Queen Harriet of Rosaria, at Cotillion Hall, Fourteenth and Washington Streets. Formal, by invitation.
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