Parade a Success

12 November, 1985 (~estimated)

Parade a Success

Anne Reeves and Sarah Jones

Arts Council of Princeton

To the Editor of Town Topics:

Three cheers for all those who helped make the Halloween Parade such a splendid event: the Borough police for securing our route; the Princeton University Band for sparking the spirit of the spirits of the night; our Town Crier Rip Pellaton whose hardy voice directed our every move; our magnificent two-year-old Julius Caesar who brought a smile to young and old: Mark Freda whose shiny red fire engine provided a fitting end to our procession; the ever-present students of InterAct who kept a watchful eye on all goblins and ghouls; McCarter Theatre for donating the prizes for our Goblin Call drawing: two pairs of tickets to their wonderful children’s series “Crackerjacks.” won by Robbie Sedgewick and Ted Terpstra ; and, finally, to Petie Duncan and Robert Rosenstock of the Nassau Inn for the mammoth, spooky jack-o-lantern and tasty refreshments.

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