Battle of Flowers 速 Parade Vanguard 11:30 a.m.
April 26, 2013
Parade 12:30 p.m.
Grand Marshal Armie Hammer
Honorary Grand Marshal Steve Huffman
Congratulations Donna Vaughan Parade Chairman and Armie Hammer Parade Grand Marshal for a terrific Battle of Flowers Parade... ®
and to all the hard-working volunteers of the Battle of Flowers Association for continuing San Antonio’s great Fiesta tradition!
Mary & Jim Alexander Jeannie Alley Candace Andrews Lynn Arneson Trish & Mark Ashton Dianne Azar Anne & Steve Ballantyne Mary Ballantyne Jimmie Balling Anna-Laura & Michael Block Alison & Taylor Boone Faye Bracey Bob Brackman Ann Brownlee Helen Bryan Ann & Chuck Bunn Rhonda & Joe Calvert Torr o ey & Ed Carleton Kathy Christy Ann Coiner
Laura Davis Gaye & Tom DeFosset Marilyn & Huard Eldridge Wendy Erickson Missy Finck Josie Flesher Kimberly Harrison Gail Harwood Cari & Russell Hill Jan & Roger Hill Shirley Jackson Leslie lie & Tom o Kingman Becky & Chuck Landry Marion T. Lee Claudia Malitz Susie & Jim Martin Peggy McCraken Anne Meadows Muriel & Jeff Moon Heidi & Robert Moseley Terrie e & Jamie Musselman
Eleanor & Keith O'Gorman Mary & Aaron Peñaloza Dru & Marvin Pipkin Janet & Vick Putman Dinah E. Rogers Pam & Paul Rolfs Kerry & Maitland Rutledge Henriette Seiterle Jane & Marshall Steves Catherine & Joe Taylor Suzanne & Ted Terry Pattie Thompson Marion Tillotson Mary West Traylor Melissa & Bob Vaughan Phyllis & Curtis Vaughan Richard Vaughan Laura Wallace Wendy Walsh Lynn & Thad Ziegler
‘Celebrations’ of music, students,Texas history & Fiesta Welcome to the 122nd Battle of Flowers® Parade: Celebrations! Since 1891, joviality has reigned as revelers take to the downtown streets of San Antonio for the oldest parade of Fiesta® San Antonio. The parade was originally organized and staged by a group of women to honor and celebrate Texas Independence. Today, it has grown into an 11-day citywide celebration! The Battle of Flowers® Parade continues to be the only parade in the United Stated produced entirely by women, all of whom are volunteers. This year marks the 75th anniversary of our Band Festival, which is a festive way to showcase local and visiting high school bands. The Battle of Flowers produces this family entertainment venue on the Thursday night of Fiesta before the Parade. Individual and grouped marching bands perform beautiful and stirring musical offerings, leading up to a jubilant finale featuring all 3,500 students in unison. Over the years, the Battle of Flowers Association has expanded our scope of service to our community
through educational outreach. These events include an Oratorical Contest open to college students, an Essay Contest for middle school students and a Band Festival Program Cover Contest for high school students. Held prior to Fiesta, these events are designed to encourage study and pride in Texas. The winners of these contests will be riding in the Parade today so please wave to them and cheer them on! The Battle of Flowers Parade has delighted countless generations of families, friends and visitors with colorful pageantry each year. Thank you for joining us today as we continue this proud tradition. Have a wonderful time and we’ll see you next year!
Viva the Battle of Flowers! Viva Fiesta! Anne Mortimer Ballantyne President The Battle of Flowers® Association
Acknowledgements The Battle of Flowers速 Association Gratefully acknowledges the following friends for their generous financial support of our activities:
Joan and Herb Kelleher Charitable Foundation Trudy and Ed Moore Donna and Richard Vaughan Wendy and Tom Wirth Bank of America Merrill Lynch DPT Laboratories, Ltd. Friend of the Battle of Flowers Hixon Properties
Marion Lee McCombs Foundation Time Warner Cable Watson Foundation
Michele and Randy Cadwallader Mary West and Richard Traylor Alamo Music Center Cavender & Hill Properties, Inc. Meta and Boo Hausser Lee Anne and Stuart Hendry High School Music Service, Inc. Hillje Music Center
Kiolbassa Provision Company Kathleen and Byron LeFlore, Jr. Kris and Bruce Petersen Porsche of San Antonio Revolution Wealth Management Fiesta速 San Antonio Commission
The Battle of Flowers® Association expresses appreciation to the following supporters for their generous in-kind and merchandise donations:
American Red Cross/San Antonio Chapter An Event to Remember BDO USA, LLP Budget Signs, Ltd. Cavender & Hill Properties, Inc. City of San Antonio Fire Department City of San Antonio Police Department City of San Antonio Public Works Department Daughters of the Republic of Texas Embrey Construction, LLC Ben Espy, DVM Expressions Printing & Copying, Inc. Flasher Equipment Company Mary Rose Garcia H-E-B Colonel Victor Herbin & San Antonio ISD KLRN-TV Heather Kuhn Leslie Kuhn Langley & Banack, Inc. Lone Star Parade Float Co./Clyde Watts
Ozarka Natural Spring Water Prism Group Publicity Ranch/John Bloodsworth Pure Party Ice Regent Coach Line, Ltd. San Antonio Country Club San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo SARMA SAS Shoemakers Shweiki Media Soleil Advertising South Texas The Newsletter Texas Army National Guard The Historic Pearl Brewery The Military Community The Prestigious Mark Trinity Flowers/Danny Cuellar Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Witte Museum R.L. Worth & Associates You’re Invited Fine Stationery
Time Warner Cable, Media Sponsor of the Battle of Flowers Band Festival
The Battle of Flowers® Association
The Battle of Flowers® Association
gratefully acknowledges the contributions Made by Rick Cavender and the Auto Dealers of San Antonio Ancira Chevy Ancira Chrysler Ancira Nissan BMW Center of San Antonio Cavender Audi Cavender Toyota Jordan Ford North Park Volkswagen
appreciates the help of the following: Boy Scouts of America Girl Scouts of America Incarnate Word High School John Jay High School JROTC Kim Roguski and Jim Roguski San Antonio Academy San Antonio Cultural Societies The Can Plant The Mosaic 1800 Broadway Sam’s Burger Joint
The Battle of FlowersÂŽ Association 2013 Parade
Mr. Armie Hammer Grand Marshal Born in Los Angeles, Armand Douglas Hammer grew up in Dallas, Los Angeles and the Cayman Islands, where he was a student at Grace Christian Academy, a school founded by his father. His film debut was his portrayal of an unnamed student in Flicka (2006), but he began to get noticed when he was cast in the lead role of Billy Graham in the indie film Billy: The Early Years, which received a limited release in the United States. In 2009, Armie played recurring roles on two CW hit series: Gossip Girl and Reaper. The following year, he made it to the big leagues playing a double role as the Winklevoss twins in the critically-acclaimed major motion picture The Social Network, for which he won Best Supporting Actor from the Toronto Film Critics Association as well as several ensemble awards with the rest of the cast. Since then his career has continued to soar, playing Clyde Tolson in J. Edgar, directed by Clint Eastwood and starring Leonardo DiCaprio; and Prince Andrew Alcott in the movie Mirror Mirror (2012) opposite Julia Roberts as the Evil Queen and Lily Collins as Snow White. He recently landed his biggest part to date in the title role in The Lone Ranger, co-starring with Johnny Depp as Tonto. Armie was awarded the Young Hollywood Award in the category of Male Star of Tomorrow in 2011. Armie
Hammer was due to receive the Male Star of Tomorrow Award at this yearâ€™s CinemaCon earlier this month. Armie married television personality Elizabeth Chambers in 2010. A native San Antonian, Elizabeth remembers many hours spent with her maternal grandmother, Maureen Carnathan, who ran a wellrespected catering business in Alamo Heights for many years. The couple recently returned to the city and opened Bird Bakery, where Armie can sometimes be found testing the delicious cupcakes and desserts created by Elizabeth and her team. Armie is the great-grandson of industrialist, art collector, and philanthropist Armand Hammer. He plays guitar, is a magician and loves his wife and dog.
The Battle of FlowersÂŽ Association Mission Statement of The Battle of Flowers ÂŽ Association The object of The Battle of FlowersÂŽ Association shall be educational and patriotic... designed to teach the history of our state and to keep alive the patriotic traditions of Texas and San Antonio.
. . . celebrating Texas history
Salutes our Honorary Grand Marshal Steve Huffman Steve Huffman serves as the Founder and President of the Returning Heroes Home (RHH) Project which supports the Warrior and Family Support Center on Fort Sam Houston. The Warrior and Family Support Center is the only one of its kind, offering a safe environment for military families to reconnect following military operations and restart their lives with the full support of the military community. Mr. Huffman designed and raised the funding for the new Warrior and Family Support Center with a "living room" environment, to provide all the comforts of home while the Wounded Warriors and their Families are so far away from their own. This dedicated building includes a large social gathering area, kitchen facilities, a dining room, a learning facility for computerized training, a private counseling room, a business center with high speed internet access, a game room, and large open front and back porch areas, fans for cooling, shaded areas, playgrounds for children, and an opportunity to work in the gardens. What better connection to Celebrations! and our Paradeâ€™s mission of honoring the fallen heroes of the Alamo than to have Steve as our Honorary Grand Marshal.
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Celebrations 2013 Parade Public School Section Each year, the Battle of Flowers® Association invites, on a rotating schedule, eight area public schools to participate with their band, pep squad and a float provided by us. The Parade Chair determines the Pubic School themes each year. The schools select their theme via a drawing at the Public School Party.
Festi a h o l A
Aloha Festival (United States)
Oliver Wendell Holmes High School
The Aloha Festivals are an annual series of free cultural celebrations observed in the state of Hawaii in the United States. It is the only statewide cultural festival in the nation. It features concerts, parades, street parties called ho‘olaule‘a as well as various other special events planned for resident and tourist families. The Aloha Festivals are celebrated on six islands — Kauai, Oahu, Maui, Molokai, Lanai and the Big Island of Hawaii over the course of six weeks in September and October.
Australia Flower Festivals (Australia)
Luther Burbank High School
The many flower festivals held in the various towns and cities celebrate the return of spring. The Southern Highlands of New South Wales celebrate the Bowral Tulip Time Festival. The Floriade flower festival in Australia’s capital city is held for a month from Mid September to mid October. The Perth Wildflower Festival takes place at Kings Park and Botanic Garden in the first month of the Australian spring in September.
Ch ild re n’’s Da y
Children’s Day (Japan)
Louis D. Brandeis High School
A Japanese national holiday since 1948, the celebration takes place the fifth day of the fifth month as a part of the Golden Week. The day is set aside to respect children’s personalities and to celebrate their happiness.
Cinco de Mayo (Mexico)
Randolph High School
Mayo Cinco de
Cinco de Mayo or “fifth of May” celebrates Mexican heritage and pride. The date is observed to commemorate the Mexican’s army unlikely victory over French Forces at the Battle of Puebla under the leadership of General Ignacio Zaragoza Seguin. Cinco de Mayo is not Mexico’s Independence Day which is actually celebrated on September 16th.
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Il Palio (Italy)
Ronald Reagan High School
The Palio di Siena (known locally simply as Il Palio) is a horse race that is held twice each year, on July 2 and August 16, in Siena, Italy. Ten horses and riders, dressed in the appropriate colors, represent ten of the seventeen contrade, or city wards. The race itself, in which the jockeys ride bareback, circles the Piazza Del Campo on which a thick layer of dirt has been laid, three times and usually lasts no more than 90 seconds. It is not uncommon for a few of the jockeys to be thrown off their horses while making the treacherous turns in the piazza. It is not unusual to see unmounted horses finishing the race.
Los Sanfermines (Spain)
William J. Brennan High School
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The Running of the Bulls is a practice that involves individuals running in front of a small group (typically a dozen) of bulls that have been let loose, on a course of a section of a town’s streets. The most famous running of the bulls is the seven-day festival of Sanfermines in honor of San Fermin in Pamplona. The original purpose of this event was to transport the bulls from the off-site corrals where they had spent the night, to the bullring where they would be killed in the evening.
Pushkar C amel Fair
Pushkar Camel Fair (India)
James Madison High School
An astonishing 50,000 camels converge on the tiny desert town of Pushkar, in India’s state of Rajasthan for the Pushkar Camel Fair. For five days, the camels are dressed up, paraded, shaved, entered into beauty contests, raced, and of course traded. It’s a great opportunity to witness an old, traditional style Indian festival.
Rio Carnival (Brazil) Thomas Edison High School The Carnival in Rio de Janeiro is a world famous festival held before Lent every year and is considered the biggest carnival in the world with two million people per day on the streets. The first festivals of Rio date back to 1723. Parade float drawings (c) 2012 Lone Star Floats
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Larry Benson, Rey Feo LXV, with his Administrative Assistant and Prime Minister Sandra A. Cortez, is honored to be a part of this yearâ€™s Fiesta celebration. Mr. Bensonâ€™s fundraising efforts have collectively raised over $500,000. Scholarships will be distributed to deserving children who apply through the Rey Feo Scholarship Fund and attend participating local and surrounding colleges and universities.
The Battle of Flowers ÂŽ Association celebrates the outstanding work of these ladies and their talented committees!
Betty Venson Band Festival Chairman
Vicki Boyce Band Festival Program Cover Contest Chairman
Manette Owen Oratorical Contest Chairman
Lynn Bobbitt â€˘ Maria Pfeiffer Essay Contest Co-Chairmen
Oratorical Contest won by sophomore at Texas A&M
Band Festival Cover Contest Ashleigh Askew, a student at Roosevelt High School, won first place in the Band Festival Cover Contest with a colorful, festive celebration of the Band Festival’s 75th anniversary. She depicted the Alamo, the gate at HemisFair Park and the Tower of the Americas emerging from a yellow flower.
A sophomore at Texas A&M won the Battle of Flowers 2013 Oratorical Contest with a presentation entitled “Texas Black Gold.” Winner Zoe Christianson with Zoe Christianson used the speaking Anne M. Ballantyne skills she’s honed in speech and debate programs since high school to deliver a speech that enlightened the audience and impressed the judges. But she was not without strong competition. Others whose speeches won special recognition: • Cassidy Wienecke, a sophomore at Texas State University and returning competitor, won second place with: “Polytechnic College: A Page From My Own Family History” • Carson Taylor Campbell, a second year Theatre and Dance major at the University of Texas and “Gateway Scholar” two years ago, took third place for his presentation entitled “A House of Many Stories” • Kristian Edosomwan won fourth place with “Giving Women Wings during World War II”. A Houston native and junior at Rice University, Kristian majors in Sociology and belongs to the George R. Brown Forensics Society. • Jacyln Cravello, a second year student at Texas Christian University, won fifth place for anlother oil-related presentation: “Wells of Yesterday and How They Impact Us Today” A native of Manhattan Beach, Calif., Jaclyn is studying Communication, Writing and History.
Many thanks to our Sponsors and to The Witte Museum! 2013 Oratorical Contest Sponsors Underwriters Cavender & Hill Properties, Inc • Lee Anne & Stuart Hendry Kiolbassa Provison Company • Kathleen & Byron Leflore, Jr. Kris & Bruce Petersen • Porsche of San Antonio Revolution Wealth Management
Second place went to Paul Chung of Reagan High School (above) while Lucile Coronado of East Central High won third (artwork under glass in photos)
In-Kind Donors An Event to Remember • SAS Shoemakers You’re Invited Fine Stationary • South Texas The Newsletter Other Donors Prizes: Mary West & Richard Traylor Music: Meta & Boo Hausser
The Battle of Flowers® Association encourages learning, honors students’ successes
Winners of the 2013 Essay Contest winners receive their awards at the Witte Museum. Left to right are: Evan Jew, St. John Bosco School (third place); Gabi Antuna, St. Peter Prince of the Apostles School (honorable mention); Maria Pfeiffer and Lynn Bobbitt, Essay Contest co-chairs; Mikayla Greiner, St. Luke’s Episcopal School (second); and Emery Wright, St. Luke’s Episcopal School (first).
First and second place Essay Contest winners, Emery Wright (left) and Mikayla Greiner (right), both of St. Luke’s Episcopal School, with their proud teacher, Jessica Koontz.
Emery Wright’s winning essay: The Killough Massacre The Killough Massacre was a tragic incident for the Killough family; they are commemorated with a cemetery and a historical land marker to remind the town of this horrible event, which took place near where Jacksonville, Texas is today. The Killoughs were mad up of about 30 people, including daughters, sons, and in-laws, all of who had moved from Alabama. When the Killoughs began settling, there was fear in the air of violent Indians. This fear was so intense, that the Killoughs evacuated from their new settlement for six weeks, where they stayed in Nacogdoches, until they felt it was safe to come home. Since the Killoughs lived forty miles from their nearest neighbor, they were very cautions; the men carried guns when they worked on the plantations. On the afternoon of October 5, 1838, the men left their guns at home. They always separated into groups to inspect the crops, even though the groups were not even. Some Indians, who had been watching them for days, then attached the bigger group. All eighteen members of that group were either killed or kidnapped. One man, with the name of Isaac Killough Jr., was discovered dead with eighteen bullets in his body. When Isaac’s wife, Urcy, found him dead, she asked the Indians to shoot her aw well, but they would not because the women and children were not to be harmed. The three women and the baby that survived resolved to head for Lacy’s Fort, which was forty miles from their location. The women decided to travel by night, because there were other violent tribes that would hurt women. Then one day the women and the baby were so tired and they just wanted to get to safety, so they traveled during the day. Just as they sus-
pected in the beginning, there were Indians patrolling through during the day. They ran into an Indian with a gun, but he told them the gun was unloaded and took them to a log cabin. There, the women were told that there was a vehement tribe further down the trail that most likely would have killed them. The women and the baby were given food and space to stay the night there. The next morning, they rode on horses to Lacy’s Fort. The women told everyone of the melancholy event and how they were the only survivors of the hostile Indians. They called on General Rusk for help; in 1837 he was the chairman of the House Military Committee and he was later made the general of the Nacogdoches militia. General Rusk gathered a group of volunteers to face the cruel Indians. Hundreds of men marched to the outside of the Indian’s fort and spent the night there. The next morning, the enemy attacked, but they were no match for the army of volunteers. Once the Indians were defeated, Gen. Rusk and the rest of the men left eleven Indians dead. Even though there were many Indian attacks leading up to this horrific event, this was the largest Indian massacre in Texas at the time. To this day, people blame the attack on the Cherokee Indians, but the Cherokees were actually very peaceful. Although the group of attackers were said to be from many different Indian tribes, the women said they thought they identified one of the white men disguised as Indians, as someone they knew from Alabama. Though the dreadful killers may never be discovered, this tragedy still lives on in the hearts of the townspeople of Jacksonville, Texas.
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Battle of Flowers® Association thanks 2013 Parade Judges LICA LAYTON ..................................Amusements MARC LAYTON................................Amusements MARY EKDAHL.................................Amusements MICHAEL EKDAHL ...........................Amusements MATTHEW MORRISSEY ....................Antique Cars LINDSAY MORRISSEY .......................Antique Cars KAREN STRONG ..............................Antique Cars JEANIE ESTES ...................................Antique Cars PEGGY MCCRACKEN..................................Bands JEANNIE ALLEY ...........................................Bands MARK PROBST ...........................................Bands MARCY PROBST .........................................Bands
JEFF SWOPE .........................Carriages & Wagons ANN SWOPE........................Carriages & Wagons DEBORAH EDWARDS ...........Carriages & Wagons DARRELL EDWARDS .............Carriages & Wagons FRED WINCH .......................................Cavalcade SHIRLEY WINCH...................................Cavalcade TRICIA VELEY .......................................Cavalcade RICK VELEY ..........................................Cavalcade STEVEN RENNELL .............................Civic and Ed LEAH RENNELL .................................Civic and Ed DARREL LUX .....................................Civic and Ed MICHELLE LUX .................................Civic and Ed CHARLES CAMPBELL ...............Commercial Floats MARY CAMPBELL ....................Commercial Floats TOMMY GREEN ......................Commercial Floats PATTY GREEN ..........................Commercial Floats NEAL ADAMS........................Public School Floats SONJA ADAMS......................Public School Floats CHIP BAKER ..........................Public School Floats KARLETTE BAKER ...................Public School Floats
G.W. Mitchell Construction, Inc. A company of new beginnings Salutes The Battle of Flowers Association and “Where Fiesta Began!”
We celebrate the Former Presidents of the Battle of Flowers Association Top Row: (L to R) Mrs. Susie Martin, Mrs. Laurin Cothren, Mrs. Eleanor O'Gorman, Mrs. Allison Boone Middle Row: (L to R) Mrs. Carol Canty, Mrs. Morgia Lepick, Mrs. Agnes Harwood, Mrs. Louise Thomas, Mrs. Pat Bose Bottom Row: (L to R) Mrs. Mary West Traylor, Mrs. Jane McFarlane, Mrs. Suzanne Terry, Mrs. Marilyn Eldridge, Mrs. Nancy Zachry. Not pictured: Mrs. Amanda Ochse and Mrs. Barbara Wenger
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Best wishes to the Battle of Flowers速 CELEBRATIONS! F iesta 2013
Battle of Flowers® Parade April 26, 2013
Armie Hammer, Grand Marshal Vanguard 11:30 am • Parade 12:30 pm DIVISION: I. Command 1
MARSHAL: Liz Ressmann
Dignitary Vehicle San Antonio Police Department Motorcycles San Antonio Police Department Sgt. Richard J. Gonzalez, Entry Coordinator Dignitary Deputy Chief Anthony Trevino, Fiesta Commander San Antonio Police Department Dignitary Honor Guard San Antonio Police Department Honor Guard San Antonio Police Department Sgt. Miles Earwood, Entry Coordinator Military Color Guard U.S. Military- Joint Service Color Guard U.S. ARMY NORTH Laurri Garcia, Entry Coordinator Military Band 323rd Ft. Sam Houston’s Own Band U.S. ARMY NORTH Chief Doug Paarmann Laurri Garcia, Entry Coordinator Dignitary San Antonio Police Chief – William P. McManus San Antonio Police Department Dignitary San Antonio Fire Chief – Charles N. Hood San Antonio Fire Department - SAFD Fire Truck Dignitary Vehicle San Antonio Police Department: Downtown Bike Patrol San Antonio Police Department Lt. Charles Garcia, Entry Coordinator Dignitary Vehicle EMS Bicycle Team San Antonio Fire Department Lt. Dwayne Toler, Entry Coordinator Banner 1891-2013 Battle of Flowers® Parade Scottish Society of San Antonio Flags Battle of Flowers® Association Flags Incarnate Word High School Banner “Celebrations!” German Folk Dancers of San Antonio Military Color Guard Joint Service Color Guard Army Medical Department Center & School Fort Sam Houston Esther Garcia, Entry Coordinator Flag American Flag Boy Scouts of America, Alamo Area Council Military Cavalcade Fort Sam Houston Caisson Section Fort Sam Houston Joseph M. Leblond, Entry Coordinator Super Scoopers Alamo Heights High School Military Color Guard
Color Guard - American Legion Post No. 336 American Legion Post 336 Baldomero Rodriguez, Entry Coordinator Dignitary Band “Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band” Texas A&M University Dr. Timothy Rhea, Director of Bands Dignitary Marching Unit Ross Volunteers Company” Ross Volunteers, Texas A&M University Col. Glenn Starnes, Entry Coordinator Dignitary Marching Unit “The Fightin’ Texas Aggie Fish Drill Team” The Fightin’ Texas Aggie Fish Drill Team Col. Glenn Starnes, Entry Coordinator Dignitary Cavalcade “Texas A&M Parsons Mounted Cavalry” Parsons Mounted Cavalry Bob Byrns, Entry Coordinator Super Scoopers Students of Local High School Alamo Heights High School Banner 2013 Grand Marshal Mr. Armie Hammer Mazurka Polish Dancers of San Antonio Dignitary 2013 Grand Marshal Mr. Armie Hammer and wife Elizabeth Chambers Band Cowboy Band Mccollum High School Gilbert Borrego, Band Director Banner President of The Battle of Flowers® Association Anne Mortimer Ballantyne Bexar County Czech Heritage Society Dignitary President of The Battle of Flowers® Association Anne Mortimer Ballantyne Banner 2013 Honorary Grand Marshal Mr. Steven Huffman & wife Janet Flemish Folk Dancers of the Belgian-American Club of Texas Dignitary 2013 Honorary Grand Marshal Mr. Steven Huffman & wife Janet Banner Car Dealership Banner
MARSHAL: Gaye DeFosset ASSISTANT: Wendy Erickson
Dignitary Marching Unit The Texas Cavaliers De Miller, Commander Dignitary Carriage King Antonio XCI Stephen R. Dutton The Texas Cavaliers Continued
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Dignitary Cavalcade The Texas Cavaliers Mounted Platoon Dr. Manny Quinones, Captain Super Scoopers Students of Local High School Alamo Heights High School Band Mighty Mustang Band Thomas jefferson High School Roger Duran, Band Director Dignitary Mayor of San Antonio The Honorable Julian Castro and First Lady Erica L. Castro Amusement “Jive’n Joeys” Jolly Joey’s Clown Alley Sharon West, Entry Coordinator Cavalcade “That our Flag was Still There” Texas Heritage Riders Kathy Dodson, Entry Coordinator Super Scoopers Students of Local High School Alamo Heights High School Military Band United States Air Force Band of the West United States Air Force MSgt. Tony DeLuzio, Entry Coordinator Dignitary 2013 Military Coordinator Lt. General William B. Caldwell IV Commanding General United States Army North
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Grace Evans Dewar
Duchess of Espaliered Arbors
Duchess of Unfurling Beginnings
Congratulations and many thanks to the Battle of Flowers Association for a terrific parade!
Celebrates with the ladies of The Battle of Flowers Association.
2013 Battle of Flowers® Parade Line-Up Continued
Float Court The Queen Band San Antonio ISD Mariachis Fine Arts Department – Mariachi Students John A. May, Fine Arts Executive Director Banner Her Royal Highness Josephine Agnes Hill Princess of the Genesis of Nature Float Court The Princess Dignitary Cavalcade Kellie Ramos – Charro Queen Asociación de Charros de San Antonio Rodrigo Gaona, Entry Coordinator Super Scoopers Students of Local High School Alamo Heights High School Dignitary President-Fiesta Flambeau® Parade Assn. Inc. Nick Carrisal III Dignitary Float Rey Feo LXV Larry Benson, Sr. Rey Feo Scholarship Fund, Inc. Sandra Cortez, Entry Coordinator Dignitary Baltazar “Walter” Serna, Jr. Regent, Rey Feo Consejo Educational Foundation Lisa Andrade Gonima, Entry Coordinator Dignitary Marching Unit Rey Feo Consejo Educational Foundation Members Rey Feo Consejo Educational Foundation Lisa Andrade Gonima, Entry Coordinator Amusement “The Watermelon Crawl” Mothers Against Drunk Driving Jennifer Northway, Entry Coordinator Float Civic/Educational “Fiesta San Antonio” Fiesta® San Antonio Commission Dustin Turner, Entry Coordinator Cavalcade Jack Sellers Bexar County Palomino Patrol & Drill Team Andrea Carter, Entry Coordinator Super Scoopers Students of Local High School Central Catholic High School Band Mighty Cardinal Band Southside High School William K. Ricketts, Director of Bands Float Civic/Educational “Mardi Gras” San Antonio Fiesta Royalty - LULAC Council #2 Laura E. Flores, Entry Coordinator Banner Car Dealership Banner Dignitary Battle of Flowers® Association Contest Winner Oratorical Contest — Zoe Christiansen Texas A&M University Dignitary Battle of Flowers® Association Contest Winner Band Festival Cover Contest — Ashleigh Askew
Roosevelt Hgh School Susan Rerris (Art Teacher) Band Sam Houston Band Sam Houston High School Bruce Adams, Band Director Dignitary Battle of Flowers® Association Contest Winner Essay Contest — Emery Wright St. Luke’s Episcopal School Jessica Koontz (Teacher)
MARSHAL: Mary Peñaloza ASSISTANT: Leslie Walter
Banner Ewald Kubota “Powering the Court Floats” John Jay High School Texas 782nd Air Force Junior ROTC Band Public School Section Ronald Reagan High School Marching Band Ronald Reagan High School Levi Chavis, Band Director Pep Squad Public School Section Diamond Dancers, Silver Stars, Cheer, Charmers Ronald Reagan High School Valerie R. Sisson, Dance/Drill/Pep Director Banner “II Palio - Italy” Ronald Reagan High School Float Public School Section “II Palio - Italy“ Ronald Reagan High School Debbie Ruel-Schaefer, Entry Coordinator Antique Car “The Yellow Rose of Texas” The Children’s Shelter Sherry Settles, Entry Coordinator 1930 Green Model A Coupe (Guy Hamilton, Owner) Cavalcade “Pioneer Women: The Roses of Texas” Guadalupe County Fair Association True Women Drill Team Sharon Villalpando, Entry Coordinator Super Scoopers Students of Local High School Central Catholic High School Float Civic/Educational “Easter Parade” St. George Episcopal School Patti Evans, Entry Coordinator Band The Button Band, Th’ Biggest Lil’ Band in Texas Central Catholic & Providence High Schools Arnoldo Garza, Band Director Banner Jennifer Zelime Berg Duchess of Espaliered Arbors Grace Evans Dewar Duchess of Unfurling Beginnings Audrey Hicks Duchess of Antlered Royalty Charlene Cowden Kellogg Duchess of the Coral Depths Continued
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Duchess of Antlered Royalty
Audrey would like to gratefully thank the Ladies of the Battle of Flowers Association. Continued
Float Court Jennifer Zelime Berg Grace Evans Dewar Audrey Hicks Charlene Cowden Kellogg Banner “Chuggington the Train” Methodist Children’s Hospital – Celebrating 15 Years Serving the Children of South Texas Balloon-Commercial “Chuggington the Train” Methodist Children’s Hospital JoAnn King, Entry Coordinator Float Civic/Educational “Bless the Animals” St. Anthony Catholic School Claudette Guerrero, Entry Coordinator Amusement “Carnival Sinaloa” Ballet Folklorico at St. Edwards University Linda Valdez, Entry Coordinator Carriage & Wagon “The World Famous Budweiser Clydesdales” Silver eagle Distributors, LP Gloria Cavazos, Entry Coordinator Super Scoopers Students of Local High School Keystone School Carriage & Wagon “Celebrating Children” St. David’s Episcopal School Ashley Miles, Entry Coordinator Cavalcade “Oak Valley Riding Club” Oak Valley Riding Club” Russell Smutz, Entry Coordinator Super Scoopers Students of Local High School Keystone School Band Public School Section Randolph High School Band Randolph High School Hector Perez, Band Director Pep Squad Public School Section Randolph High School Cadette Dance Team – Cheer Squad Randolph High School Maria Tucker, Dance Director; Liana Thompson, Cheer Director Banner “Cinco de Mayo - Mexico “ Randolph High School Float Public School Section “Cinco de Mayo - Mexico“ Randolph High School Maria Tucker, Entry Coordinator Antique Vehicle “Texas our Texas” San Antonio German Club George Hinchey, Entry Coordinator 1924 Red Buffalo Firetruck (Texas Transportation Museum, Owner) Amusement “Celebrate Good Times – Come On!” Spurs Baseline Bums Bonnie R. Keammerer, Entry Coordinator Continued
Charlene Cowden Kellogg
Lily Hawes Morris
Duchess of Coral Depths
Duchess of Reflective Gardens
Salutes the Ladies of the Battle of Flowers Association
Thank you to the ladies of the Battle of Flowers Association.
Morgan Ann Mitchell
Mallory Lynn Sparr
Duchess of Jeweled Brilliance
Duchess of Fragile Journeys
We “celebrate” the Ladies of the Battle of Flowers Association and the Court of Nature’s Tapestry
Salutes the Ladies of the Battle of Flowers Organization and the Court of Nature’s Tapestry.
2013 Battle of Flowers® Parade Line-Up Continued
Float – Commercial A “Transcendent Entertainment” Spurs Sports and Entertainment Keisha Wyatt, Entry Coordinator Military Marching Unit “United States Navy” Navy Medicine Training Support Center LCDR Tonya Bailey, Entry Coordinator Antique Car “God bless America” The Woman’s Club of San Antonio Jean French, Entry Coordinator 1917 Black Ford Model T Touring Car (Ronnie Bitterly, Owner) Military Vehicle “Celebrating San Antonio’s Military Past & Present” U.S. Military Ambassadors - Military/Civilian Club Mary Lou Vielock, Entry Coordinator 1972 Red Starliner Tram (Paul Dixon, Owner) Band MacArthur High School Band Douglas MacArthur High School Brent Johnson, Director of Bands Banner Hallie Bracken West Duchess of Blossoms of Texas Lily Hawes Morris Duchess of Reflective Gardens Mallory Lynn Sparr Duchess of Fragile Journeys Float Court Hallie Bracken West Lily Hawes Morris Mallory Lynn Sparr Tow Vehicle
Carriage & Wagon “Make New Friends” Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas Theodora R. Setterbo, Entry Coordinator 108 Carriage & Wagon “Surfin’ USA” International Black & White Ball Lucila R. Flores, Entry Coordinator 109 Cavalcade “Old West” Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Patti Lane, Entry Coordinator 110 Super Scoopers Students of Local High School Keystone School 111 Float – Commercial A “Celebrate San Antonio Landmarks” Career Point College Sandy Valdez, Entry Coordinator 112 Band Banda de Guerra Monumental “Dianas de Oro” Escuela Secundaria General #7 “Gral. Emiliano Zapata” Jaime Alonso Maya Garay, Band Director 113 Float – Commercial B “Mexican Hat Dance” Ballet Folklorico Festival Bruce Gonzales, Entry Coordinator 114 Military Honor Guard “Immigration & Customs Enforcement San Antonio Honor Guard” Immigration and Customs Enforcement Joshua Walker, Entry Coordinator 115 Band Mighty Cougar Band Robert G. Cole High School Jon Philippus, Band Director Continued
Caroline Elise Farmer Duchess Jardin dâ€™Andalucia
Thanks to the Ladies of the Battle of Flowers Association.
2013 Parade Line-Up Continued
Amusement “Mardi Gras” - ChencHo the Clown Jose N. Pastrano, Entry Coordinator Antique Vehicle “Survivors the Beautiful!” Susan G. Komen for the Cure San Antonio Elyse Alaniz, Entry Coordinator 1950 Red Fire Engine (Local 624, SAFD, Owners) Antique Car “Fourth of July” Humor for Heroes Angela Peña, Entry Coordinator 1928 Red Model A Ford Roadster (Ken Stephens, Owner) Band Public School Section Mighty Maverick Band James Madison High School Darrel Gan, Band Director Pep Squad Public School Section Cheerleaders, Dollies Varsity Dance, Fillies JV Dance and First Ladies James Madison High School Mary Ann Barrow, Spirit Director Banner “Pushkar Camel Fair - India” James Madison High School Float Public School Section “Pushkar Camel Fair - India” James Madison High School Gretchen Barrera, Entry Coordinator Banner “Putting it all Together – That’s the Magic of Macy’s” Macy’s Balloon - Commercial “Putting it all Together – That’s the Magic of Macy’s” Macy’s Renee B. Ponce, Entry Coordinator Amusement “Dancin’ in the Streets” Dance SA TV Jennifer Gomez, Entry Coordinator Carriage & Wagon “Wildflowers Across Texas” State Association of Texas Pioneers Karen Rogers, Entry Coordinator Super Scoopers Students of Local High School Keystone School Float – Commercial A “Creativity Festival” Michael’s Stores, Inc. Bridget Shippey, Entry Coordinator
MARSHAL: Jane Steves ASSISTANTS: Beth Baetz Mary Caruth
Banner Morgan Ann Mitchell Duchess of Jeweled Brilliance Caroline Elise Farmer Duchess of Jardin d’Andalucia Sarah Elizabeth McDonald Duchess of Nature’s Pentiful Blessings
2013 Parade Line-Up Continued
Float Court Morgan Ann Mitchell Caroline Elise Farmer Sarah Elizabeth McDonald Military Marching Unit “U.S. Border Patrol Laredo Sector Honor Guard” U.S. Border Patrol Jose De La Garza, Jr., Entry Coordinator Military Cavalcade Laredo Sector Horse Patrol Unit U.S. Border Patrol Rafael V. Garza, Entry Coordinator Super Scoopers Students of Local High School AYUSA Float Civic/Educational “Indy 500” AT&T Pioneers South Texas Chapter Kathryn Pennywell-Griffin, Entry Coordinator Banner “Our Employees are Stars in our Community” NuStar Energy Balloon - Commercial “Our Employees are Stars in our Community” NuStar Energy Chastity Guajardo, Entry Coordinator Float – Commercial A “Fiesta in Michoacan” La michoAcana Meat Market Arlene Escamilla, Entry Coordinator
Madeline Marie Gregory Duchess of the Eternal Pattern of the Universe
Georgeann Fischer Ferrell Thanks to the Ladies of the Battle of Flowers Association.
Duchess of Daring Beauty
Thank you to all the Ladies of the Battle of Flowers and a very special thanks to my Grandmother, Jane Thurmond Gregory, and my Aunt, Dr. Gale Gregory-Laine, for giving me this magical experience.
2013 Parade Line-Up Continued
Band Public School Section Mighty Husky Band Oliver Wendell Holmes High School Daniel Lugo, Band Director Pep Squad Public School Section Holmes Cheerleaders, Dance Team & Pep Squad Oliver Wendell Holmes High School Amethyst Thorman, Cheer Sponsor Banner “Aloha Festival – United States” Oliver Wendell Holmes High School Float Public School Section “Aloha Festival – United States” Oliver Wendell Holmes High School Christina Hollis, Entry Coordinator Float – Commercial B “Carnival!” Image Dance Company & Academy Michelle Angulo-Pacheco, Entry Coordinator Band Purple Pride of Northside Earl Warren High School Raul Rodriguez, Director of Bands Banner Sarah Virginia Brown Duchess of Winter’s Miracle Victoria Grace Champion Duchess of Winged Grace Jenness Suzanne Gough Duchess of Nature’s Architect Float Court Sarah Virginia Brown Victoria Grace Champion Jenness Suzanne Gough Cavalcade “Charros of South Texas” Charro de Sur Randy Janssen, Entry Coordinator Carriage & Wagon “Let’s Go Fly a Kite” The Montessori School of San Antonio Leticia E. Obregon, Entry Coordinator Super Scoopers Students of AYUSA High School Antique Car “Chili Queens” San Antonio Conservation Society Stella Ashley, Entry Coordinator 1929 Green Ford Model A Truck (Hugh Hemphill, Owner) Float Civic/Educational “Kite Festival” Ronald McDonald House Charities Oscar Ramon, Entry Coordinator Band The Spirit of San Antonio • UTSA Ron Ellis, Director of Bands Float Civic/Educational “Texas Folklife Festival” Univerity of Texas at San Antonio Edda Petitón, Entry Coordinator Antique Car “It’s a Small World” Assistance League of San Antonio Martha Eastman, Entry Coordinator 1931 Blue Phaeton Pierce Arrow 850Y (Ted Lee, Owner) Continued
Sarah Virginia Brown Duchess of Winterâ€™s Miracle
Thanks to all the ladies of the Battle of Flowers Association
Suzanna Claire Cavender Duchess of Mythic Waters
Thank you to The Battle of Flowers Association and the Court of Natureâ€™s Tapestry!
2013 Battle of FlowersÂŽ Parade Line-Up Continued
Float â€“ Commercial B â€œHavana Nightsâ€? Danzavida de San Antonio Dance Company Krystal Diaz, Entry Coordinator Antique Car â€œThe Little Engine that Couldâ€? Brighton School, Inc. Katrina Campbell, Entry Coordinator 1929 Black Model A Ford (Lee McDonald, Owner) Band Public School Section Golden Bear Band Thomas A. Edison High School Javier E. Tapia, Director of Bands Pep Squad Public School Section Edison Honey Bears Thomas A. Edison High School Daniela Benavidez, Dance, Cheer, Pep Director Banner â€œRio Carnival - Brazilâ€? Thomas A. Edison High School Float Public School Section â€œRio Carnival - Brazilâ€? Thomas A. Edison High School Terri Byers, Entry Coordinator Cavalcade â€œViva Mexico!â€? Escaramuza â€œRosas de Castillaâ€? Rose O. Encina, Entry Coordinator Super Scoopers Students of AYUSA High School Band Sidney Lanier High School Marching Band Sidney Lanier High School Chris Garcia, Band Director Banner Sarah Beth Hill Duchess of Natureâ€™s Cathedral Madeline Marie Gregory Duchess of Eternal Patterns of the Universe Lindsay Joanne MacDonald
Duchess of All Seeing Wisdom Float Court Sarah Beth Hill Madeline Marie Gregory Lindsay Joanne MacDonald Float Civic/Educational â€œMay Day!â€? San Antonio Lutheran Coronation Association Chelsea Crain, Entry Coordinator Band Brackenridge High School Mighty Eagle Band Brackenridge High School Alfonso Alvarado, Band Director Amusement â€œBoot Scootinâ€™ Boogieâ€? Alamo City Roller Girls Christina Ramirez, Entry Coordinator Float â€“ Commercial A â€œCelebrate Texas!â€? H-E-B Alyssa Trotman, Entry Coordinator Band South San Antonio High School Bobcat Band South San Antonio High School David M. Esparza, Band Director Banner â€œTrinity Celebrates Fiesta!â€? Trinity University Balloon - Commercial â€œTrinity Celebrates Fiesta!â€? Trinity University Mary Denny, Entry Coordinator Carriage & Wagon â€œTexas, Our Texasâ€? Alamo Mission Chapter, Daughters Of The Republic Of Texas Tara Welmaker, Entry Coordinator
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2013 Parade Line-Up Continued
Leah Hines Sheesley Duchess of Silken Steel
Carriage & Wagon “Celebrate San Jacinto Day” San Jacinto Descendants William P. Haddock, Entry Coordinator Super Scoopers Students of Local High School AYUSA Band Public School Section Mighty Bulldog Band Luther Burbank High School George Hinojosa, Band Director Pep Squad Public School Section Orange Jackets Luther Burbank High School Vanessa Solis, Orange Jackets Director Banner “Flower Festival - Australia” Luther Burbank High School Float Public School Section “Flower Festival - Australia” Luther Burbank High School Araceli Waddle, Entry Coordinator Band Del Valle High School Proud Cardinal Band Del Valle High School, Del Valle, Texas Tom Guyton, Director of Bands Amusement “Celebrate Race Unity” Baha’i Faith of San Antonio Jean Nation, Entry Coordinator
Salutes the wonderful ladies of the Battle of Flowers Association. Continued
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2013 Parade Line-Up Continued
Band Highlands Mighty Owl Band Highlands High School Teresa M. Jarzombek, Band Director Banner Suzanna Claire Cavender Duchess of Mythic Waters Claudia Garrett Hardee Duchess of Fiery Radiance Kendall Lynn Dawson Duchess of Glories of the Sea Float Court Suzanna Claire Cavender Claudia Garrett Hardee Kendall Lynn Dawson Float Civic/Educational “Puri Ratha Yatra” Iskcon Mission Society Alan Zeko, Entry Coordinator Float – Commercial A “Frontier Days – Hyatt Hill Country Style” Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa Melody Goeken, Entry Coordinator Band Public School Section Brennan Bear Band William J. Brennan High School Roxanne Vickers, Director of Bands Pep Squad Public School Section Golden Pride Spirit Organization William J. Brennan High School Adriana Najera, Dance Team Director (Cynthia Ferrel/Lenida Spurlock) Banner “Los Sanferemines” William J. Brennan High School Float Public School Section “Los Sanferemines” William J. Brennan High School Jose DeHoyos, Entry Coordinator Band Mighty Rocket Band John F. Kennedy High School Alfred Medina, Jr., Band Director Float – Commercial A “Feliz Cumpleanos” La Campera Tortilla Company Arlene Escamilla, Band Director Banner Georgeann Fischer Ferrell Duchess of Daring Beauty Alexa Ann Long Duchess of Paradise Found Leah Hines Sheesley Duchess of Silken Steel Float Court Georgeann Fischer Ferrell Alexa Ann Long Leah Hines Sheesley Amusement “San Jacinto Day” San Antonio Living History Association Martin Vasquez, Entry Coordinator Float – Commercial A “Flores de Mayo” Amigos Distribution Company Arlene Escamilla, Entry Coordinator Continued
Sarah Elizabeth McDonald
Alexa Ann Long
Duchess of Natureâ€™s Plentiful Blessings
Duchess of Paradise Found
Salutes the Ladies of the
Thank you to the Ladies of the Battle of Flowers! Special thanks to the Order of the Alamo and Mistress of the Robes, Betsy Mortimer.
Battle of Flowers Association.
2013 Parade Line-Up Continued
Float Civic/Educational “Piñatas in the Barrio” Action United for Entertainers and Diverse Artists Margo Uriegas, Entry Coordinator Band Million Dollar Band from Indian Land Harlandale High School Jorge A. Ybarra, Band Director Amusement – Commercial “The World Famous Sign Spinners!” Aarrow Advertising of San Antonio Daniel W. Peavy, Entry Coordinator Float Civic/Educational “Jazz Festival” San Antonio Zulu Association Rudolph Coleman, Entry Coordinator Band Public School Section “The Spirit of Brandeis” Bronco Band Louis D. Brandeis High School Richard Herrera, Director of Bands Pep Squad Public School Section Lariettes Dance Team Louis D. Brandeis High School Kendall Ellis, Dance Team Director Banner “Children’s Day - Japan” Louis D. Brandeis High School Float Public School Section “Children’s Day - Japan” Louis D. Brandeis High School Jackie Aguirre/Mandy Epley, Entry Coordinators
Sarah Elizabeth Hill Duchess of Nature’s Cathedral
Acknowledgements The Battle of Flowers® Association would like to express its appreciation to the following contributors to this program: • Court Photographer Gary Stanko at Billo Smith Studios For additional photography: Jonathan Alonzo Javier Fernandez Greg Harrison and Gale Gregory • For assistance with design: Betsy Mortimer Stuart Seal • Souvenir Program Chairman Jackie Meyer and Assistant Margaret Mitchell
Salutes the Ladies of the Battle of Flowers Association and the Court of Nature’s Tapestry.
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