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Lars Nooden & Jeff Takacs Perform The Chinese Lion Dance For Chinese New Year, January 1993

Lars Nooden & Jeff Takacs Perform The Chinese Lion Dance For Chinese New Year, January 1993 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 24, 1993
Caption
Lars Nooden, head, and Jeff Takacs, tail, perform the Chinese Lion Dance on Saturday on the corner of Fourth and Ann streets.

Church Offers Halloween Alternative

Church Offers Halloween Alternative image
Parent Issue
Day
28
Month
October
Year
1989
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Patrick Gannon, Owner of Falsetta's Market, Dressed For St. Patrick's Day - March 1985

Patrick Gannon, Owner of Falsetta's Market, Dressed For St. Patrick's Day - March 1985 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 17, 1985
Caption
TOP OF THE MORNIN' - Patrick Gannon, dressed as a leprechaun, will greet customers who walk into his store this morning with a wave of his shillelagh and a pretzel for the kids. "The idea was to get everybody excited about St. Patty's day, even though it's on Sunday," said the all-Irish Gannon, owner of Falsetta's Market, 2200 Pittsfield Blvd. He worked up to it gradually, starting with a hat on Monday and adding a piece of the costume each day. "I had the pipe, then the ears and by Friday I had the full get-up," said Gannon, whose pantaloons and blouse were made by his wife, Jennifer, and his mother, Elizabeth. The shoes, fake ears and long-stemmed pipe were discovered by Gannon's sisters Pat Burns and Jackie Gannon, who manage the store. "The beard is mine and the hat covers my bald head," said the 42-year-old Gannon. Customers Friday and Saturday did double takes upon seeing the 6 feet 2 inch gnome, and sister Jackie promises he'll be back for Easter as a bunny.

Mack School Students In Halloween Costumes For All-City Party, October 1941

Mack School Students In Halloween Costumes For All-City Party, October 1941 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 30, 1941
Caption
READY FOR ALL-CITY PARTY: All decked out in gay Halloween costumes, these lads and lass from Mack school are determined to win prizes in the all-city Halloween party to be held at 7:30 tomorrow night in West Park. Between 500 and 1,000 children are expected to attend the annual event sponsored by the Junior Chamber of Commerce and the Ann Arbor department of recreation. The children, left to right, in case they can't easily be identified because of their masks, are Joanne Gessner, Nancy Magnussen, John Gruschow and Donald Douglas.

Children In Costumes At All-City Halloween Party, October 1947

Children In Costumes At All-City Halloween Party, October 1947 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 1, 1947
Caption
COSTUMES GALORE DISPLAYED AT HALLOWEEN PARTY: This photograph shows only a sample of the many costumes in which children paraded during the all-city Halloween party last night at Yost Field House which was attended, according to Junior Chamber of Commerce estimates, by between 1,500 and 2,000 young Halloweeners.

Children In Costumes At All-City Halloween Party, October 1947

Children In Costumes At All-City Halloween Party, October 1947 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 1, 1947
Caption
YOUNG HALLOWEENER POSES: One of the younger Halloween party-goers at the Yost Field House last night is shown getting a helping hand in preparing for the photographer.

Children In Costumes At All-City Halloween Party, October 1947

Children In Costumes At All-City Halloween Party, October 1947 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 1, 1947
Caption
BOY IMITATES 'CORN ON THE WALK': The youngster disguised as a corn shock in the above photograph was one of the many children who displayed unique costumes at the all-city Halloween party last night in Yost Field House.

Westgate Kroger Employees Dress For Halloween, October 1984

Westgate Kroger Employees Dress For Halloween, October 1984 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 29, 1984
Caption
HAPPY HALLOWEEN - Workers at the Kroger's store in Westgate donned seasonal attire last week to celebrate trick-or-treat day. Pictured here are Alice Manley, the witch behind the cash register; Scott Stutzman, the chicken, and Frank Glacken, the clown, packing groceries; and a fuzzy blue Cookie Monster, known to her co-workers as Merry Hilner.