1990

“Apples in Wonderland” was chosen as this year’s theme.  Queen Jessica Moreman and Princesses Tracy Spears and Renee Snyder presided over this year’s festival.  Their escorts were Ryan Petersen, Kyle Jeffries, and Dave Gosvenor.  The Junior Court was Jonathan Madden, Danny Vejar, Enrique Martinez, Trevor Rockney, Annalisa McDaniel, Lindsea England, Megan Jaynes, and Valerie Flores.  The Royal Maids of Honor were Carrie Deisher, Tanya Ulrich, Tharon Timmons, Sarah McFarland, Audra Russell, Suzanne Joyner, Kyla Nice, and Brandy Batchelor.  The Parade Grand Marshal was Junior Cadillac and the Grand Pioneers were the first five Apple Blossom Queens Ruby Phelps – 1928, Evelyn Weaver -1929, Arline Keys-1930, Raynelle Wise-1931 and Elizabeth Robson -1932.    The festivities began Friday night with the Edible Apple Contest and Saturday began with the Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast, the Grand Parade, the annual chicken noodle dinner, the Pig, Jig,  the Edible Apple Auction, a Quilt Show, an Art Show feature the art of Manson and Chelan High School students, an Antique and Classy Auto Display,  the Evening Pageant and Grand March and finally the Queen’s Ball.

 

1991

The theme this year was “Sunshine Lollipops and Rainbows”.  Queen Kyla Nice and her Princesses Tanya Ulrich and Tharon Timmons reigned over the festival. Escorts were Scott Ward, Chris Stotko, and Adam Griffith. The Parade Grand Marshal was Vic Ashmun and the three ladies selected as Grand Pioneers this year were all former teachers in the Manson School District – Margaret Freer, Lousie Glenn, and Dortha Longston.  Royal Maids of Honor were Christina Stenerson, Irma Gomez, Marnie Babbitt, Danielle Wieting, Lannette Bowers, Cassie Worley, Mindy Jeffries, Tara Kalian and Tara Querin.  The Junior court was made up of Ashley Klapstein, Christine Ewing, Greg Meier, Kevin Fenton Erin Williams, and Jocelyn England.  Once again the festivities began Friday night with the Edible Apple Contest and Saturday began with the Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast, the Grand Parade, the annual chicken noodle dinner, the Pig, Jig,  the Edible Apple Auction, a Quilt Show, an Art Show, an Antique and Classy Auto Display,  the Evening Pageant and Grand March and finally the Queen’s Ball.

 

1992

“Color My World” was this year’s festival theme.  Queen Mindy Jeffries and Princesses Tara Jean Kalian, Tara Marie Querin and Danielle Wieting presided over the festival.  Grand marshals were Dick and Shirley Cochran.    In the Junior Court were Jacob Wisdom, Linea Johnson, Olivia Libbey, Jordan Lehman, Crista Batchelor, and Sarah Cross.  The Royal Maids of Honors were Mandy Collins, Denise Timmons, Heather Collins, Julia Steines, Amy Griffith, Jenifer Batchelor, Heather Smith, Rebecca Goyt and Heather Jeffries. The festival began Friday night with the Edible Apple Contest and sale, an Art Show and Nostalgia Night. Saturday began with the Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast, the Grand Parade, the annual chicken noodle dinner, the Pig Jig Fun Run, a Quilt Show, an Art Show, an Antique and Classy Auto Display, the Evening Pageant and Grand March and finally the Queen’s Ball.

 

1993

The Apple Blossom committee members chose “Once upon a Time. . . .” for the festival theme.  Queen Heather Jeffries, and Princesses Heather Smith and Amy Griffith reigned over this year’s festival.   The escorts were Ryan Reed, Ryan Nice and Andy Wisdom.  Flower Girls and Trumpeters were Kimberly Urness, Margarita Segura, Christa Batchelor and Emelia Monreal, Elder Pineda, Jose Quinter, Aaron Morehead and Julio Martinez.  Royal Maids of Honor were Elena Massey, Megan England, Hayli Libbey, Angelica Morfin, Debbie James, Aurora Vela, Trish Hughes and Gabriela Alvarez.   The Parade Grand Marshal was Cora Hartley. A new feature this year was the addition of the Alumni Softball game.  Those who graduated in even years played against those who graduated in odd year. The festival began Friday night with the Edible Apple Contest and sale, an Art Show and Nostalgia Night. Saturday began with the Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast, the Grand Parade, the annual chicken noodle dinner, the Pig Jig Fun Run, a Rock and Gem Show, a Quilt Show, an Art Show, a Specialty Car Display, an Alumni Softball Game, the Evening Pageant and Grand March and finally the Queen’s Ball.

 

1994

“Rock Around the Clock” was this year’s festival theme.  Queen Megan England, and Princesses Hayli Libbey and Angelica Morfin presided over festivities.  Escorts were WaiTim Peterson, Aaron Kinney, and Nolan Doede.  The Royal Maids of Honor were Jennifer Wilson, Dallas Lewman, Holly Libbey, Heather McKenna, April Kludt, Xochi Salas, and Beckie Jones.  In the Junior Court were Joel England, Bret Gibson, Idalia Virrueta, Stephanie Valencia, Hattie Wainright, and Marissa England.  The Grand Marshal for this year’s parade was Wayne Stanford.  Queen Megan England wore her Aunt Judy’s Queen dress on the float.  Janey Hair wrote a song for the Royal Court to sing at appearances to the tune of “Rock Around the Clock”.  The festival began Friday night with the Edible Apple Contest and sale, an Art Show and Nostalgia Night. Saturday began with the Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast, the Grand Parade, the annual chicken noodle dinner, the Pig Jig Fun Run, a Rock and Gem Show, a Quilt Show, an Art Show, an Antique Auto Show, an Alumni Softball Game, the Evening Pageant and Grand March and finally the Queen’s Ball.

 

1995

“Blossoms Diamonds and Old Lace” was this year’s festival theme.  Heather Mckenna, and Princesses Dallas Lewman and Ann Flores presided over festivities.  Escorts were Jarred Teague, Carlos Rodriguez, and Aaron Robinson.  In the Junior Court Mary-Morgan Crowell -Vegdahl, Marta Barbosa, Nichole Schnelle, Noemi Lugue, Josh Rodgers, Zach Nelson, J.T Cooper, and Chris Miller.  The Grand Marshal for this year’s parade was Beemer and Ruby Sutterfield. An all School reunion was organized, and the festivities were extended to include Sunday afternoon. The festival began Friday night with the Edible Apple Contest and sale, an Art Show, Nostalgia Night, and All School Reunion. Saturday began with the Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast, Arts and Crafts, Tractor Contest, Quilt Show, Grand Parade, Chicken Noodle Dinner, Art Show, Rock and Gem Show, Antique Auto Show, Evening Pageant and Grand March, and ending with the Queen’s Ball. Sunday was the Mother’s Day Picnic, Alumni Softball Game, and Kids Soccer Scrimmage.

 

1996

This year’s theme was “All American Apple Affaire”.  Queen Sarah Van Wechel, Princesses Faviola Guerra, and Carey Nelson presided over the festival.  Escorts were Erik Nelson, John Jungk, and Casey Collins. 

 

1997

This year’s theme was “All this and Heaven too”.  Queen Stacia Teague, Princesses Alicia Grageda, and Jillian Wilson presided over the festival.  Escorts were Erik Nelson, Fausto Guillen, and Jon Kludt.

 

1998

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1999

This year’s theme was “All That Jazz”.