Parade achieves “grand success”

Princeton Packet
6 November, 1984

Parade achieves “grand success”

To the editor:

The hobgoblins and ghouls who thronged through the streets of Princeton on Halloween Eve wish to thank all those who made the parade such a grand success: Pierre Coutin for designing our wonderful “BOO” banner; the Princeton Borough police for securing our route; our Town Crier, Rip Pellaton, for directing our each and every move; the Princeton University Band for keeping our steps lively; our Fire Chief, Clinton Groover, for arranging for a shiny fire engine to provide a fitting end to our procession» Petie Duncan and Stephen Rosenstock, the new manager of tie Nassau Inn, for providing the enormous, spooky jack-o’-lantern and the most delicious Halloween cookies we have ever eaten; our students of Inter-Act who lent a helping hand at every turn; and finally, McCarter Theatre for furnishing the prizes for our Goblin call drawing — two pairs of tickets to their enchanting production of “A Christmas Carol,” won by Jeff and Sara Matson and Blon Danziger.

Anne Reeves and Sarah Jones
The Arts Council of Princeton

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