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St. Joseph Mercy Hospital Pediatric Patients Celebrate Halloween With Girl Scout Troop 139, October 1975

St. Joseph Mercy Hospital Pediatric Patients Celebrate Halloween With Girl Scout Troop 139, October 1975 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 28, 1975
Caption
Halloween came to the pediatrics section of St. Joseph Mercy Hospital Monday. Members of Girl Scout Troop 139 brought pumpkins, paper bag masks, punch and cookies to youngsters in the hospital. Three of the patients learning to make jack-o-lanterns around table from left are Joe Penn, Todd House (partially hidden) and Jeffrey Brancheau. (News Photo by Richard Walker)

Bob & Carol Taylor In Costume On Halloween, October 1980

Bob & Carol Taylor In Costume On Halloween, October 1980 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 2, 1980
Caption
At the Phillip Borkowski residence at 422 Crest, Robert Chase found the strange couple above claiming to be local radio personality Fat Bob Taylor and wife Carol. More reliable sources, however, assured The News that the visitors were really Count Dracula and his bloodthirsty companion Vampira.

Totem Pole Of Pumpkins At 2618 Sequoia, October 1991

Totem Pole Of Pumpkins At 2618 Sequoia, October 1991 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 25, 1991
Caption
PUMPKIN POLE: Gary and Marty Rauser have begun a Halloween tradition in their yard at 2618 Sequoia in Scio Township: a pumpkin totem pole. They got the idea from Gary's mother, who had a similar display at her home, 2060 W. Liberty, each Halloween for the past 15 to 20 years. She died in January. 'Now we'll be doing it every year,' Marty Rauser says.

Pumpkins Decorate The Front Porch Of The Michigan House Co-Op, October 1994

Pumpkins Decorate The Front Porch Of The Michigan House Co-Op, October 1994 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 25, 1994
Caption
DELIGHTFUL FACES - Two jack-o'-lanterns seem to delight in the cold rain Monday at the Michigan House Coop at 315 N. State St.

Beauregard Guards The Pumpkin Business At 700 Pomona Road, October 1979

Beauregard Guards The Pumpkin Business At 700 Pomona Road, October 1979 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 23, 1979
Caption
ON GUARD - Beauregard valiantly keeps watch for any unsavory characters or early Halloween pranksters who might want to make off with a pumpkin from his home on Pomona. The dog, who is half Labrador and half beagle, does pumpkin duty from the top of his doghouse for his owner, Jean Goetz. The pumpkins are for sale and Beauregard's stand insures that only a proper business transaction will get you a pumpkin from his patch. (Staff photo by Deborah Ouellette)

Andy Potter & Tim Michalak With A Giant Pumpkin, October 1975

Andy Potter & Tim Michalak With A Giant Pumpkin, October 1975 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 13, 1975
Caption
Andy Potter (left) and Tim Michalak seem to be listening to the "Great Pumpkin", perhaps telling a lively tale about Halloween which is only some two weeks away. The pumpkin tips the scales at 138 pounds and has a 88 inch diameter. It was grown by Leonard Salley of 8691 McKean Rd., Augusta Township. (News Photo by Richard Walker).