Hudson is going to have a Wake-up Day parade on Saturday. It will be held in the afternoon, the start being made from the army recruiting office at the K. of C. hall, Warren and Third street.
It is being arranged by Sergeant Bunde, of the United States army. It will leave the corner at 4 o'clock and march up Warren street to Park place and then countermarch down to Front street and back to place of starting. In the marching column will be:
Co. F Fife and Drum corps.
Two flag bearers under armed escort.
Cadets Battalion under arms.
Four troops of Boy Scouts.
Auto of Sheriff Kline, in which will be Sergeant Bunde and two young women in khaki uniforms. A half dozen Boy Scouts will be along side this auto distributing army literature, as will those in the car.
Two banners bearing appropriate inscriptions.
The parade is intended as an advertising medium for the local army recruiting station as well as to stimulate and arouse the interest of the citizens, especially the young men.In 1917, the Knights of Columbus Hall, where the parade originated and concluded, was located at 301 Warren Street, now the location of Steiner's Sports.
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