Earleen Thomas Spook Parade

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Earleen Thomas Spook Parade - on the service MANY RECEIVE SPOOK PARADE AWARDS...
on the service MANY RECEIVE SPOOK PARADE AWARDS HERE Led by the Gettysburg high band, with its drum majors in costume, the annual Halloween parade was held through the streets of Gettysburg Saturday, Oct. 29, attracting hundreds of participants and a crowd of spectators. Among the contestants to whom prizes were awarded were: Funniest costume, first prize, Richard Cullison, Cullison, 49 Breckenridge street; prize, Fred Weber, Cashtown; third prize, Anna Taughinbaugh, Gettysburg Gettysburg R. 4; fourth prize, Lona Raymond Wisler, Steinwehr avenue; $1 prizes, Sharon E. Sprankle, Ridge avenue; Roy Goldsmith, 129 North Stratton street; Judith Growl, 37 Ridge avenue; Lewis Crowl, Ridge avenue; Robert Redding, York; Gerry Weir, 121 Baltimore street. Unusual costume, first prize, Mrs. Earl Marlse, 50 West Middle second prize, Anna Reta Heiges, Biglerville; third prize, Burgess C. A. Heiges, 12 · Buford avenue; fourth prize, James Patterson, York; · prizes, John Wisotzkey, Breckenridge Breckenridge street; Ida Dubbs, 216 Chambersburg street; Joyce Riley, 213 West Middle street; Mrs.. Paul Shealer, Springs avenue; Pat Schriver, Schriver, Oak Ridge. Other Prizes Most beautiful costumes: First, children of Mrs. Donald Drake, Dorothy Smith, Gettysburg R. Peggy Tipton, Gettysburg R. Baltimore street; second, Grace ler, Fourth street; third, Dorothy Wherley, Gettysburg R. 2; fourth, Jennie Ronly, York R. 6; SI prizes, Doris Knox, 20 Breckenridge street; I Joanne Beck. York; Jimmy Fink- ( boner, 330 Baltimore street; was lene Patterson, 28 West Middle street. Bands, first, prize. Gettysburg: / 1 tll*t«^O W t l C ill!.-that So I nigh school; special prize, i Blue and Gray; horse drawn with | hide prize, Marion [ tysburg R 1; Floats, first upon j No. 3. Pack 73. Cub Scouts; here, j P"ze, Fred Shealer, a t i 4 : third nr\?.p Kriirav "i simMpr p: third prize, Edgar G. pastor. Gettysburg R. 4; best decorated bicycle, Charles Washington, 266 South Washington street; judges' prizes, Ronald Collins, 419 street; Mr. and Mrs. Ira and children. Dons and Galen, from Middle street; Joseph Dcaring, West High street,;. Earleen Thomas, Gettysburg R. 4; Dorothy Lawther, 55 South street; Patricia Ann Tipton, Gettysburg R. 4; June A. 213 We.st Middle street.

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  1. Gettysburg Compiler,
  2. 05 Nov 1949, Sat,
  3. Page 4

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