1920's Halloween parties were all the rage. Towns would have dances, social club gatherings, and a variety of decorations followed suit. Parties had themes such as an "Animals" or "Famous People" with an art deco flare to the costumes and decorations.
° 1930's Halloween was being celebrated more by adults than by their children. Costumes were outlandish, and the parties would last all night. Many had lavish parties that would cost a small fortune.
|The pumpkins are being carved....|
|...the invites are posted...let the party begin!|
|The children are ready....|
|There are some wonderful costume options for the ladies!|
|The table is set.....|
|The band is here....|
|Time for a photo op....|
|The little ones, all hyped up on candy are a bit hard to control, but "Mom" managed to get a photo.|
|The children are now down for the night, and it is time for the adults to enjoy and celebrate...|
|And as the humans drink their "strong tea" so does the witches as they recount what they saw and did on All Hallow's Eve....|