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Overholtzer served as treasurer and chairman of the Finance Committee for the first celebration.
He raised over 0 in that first year, which went a long way toward making the Halloween celebration a reality."Our stores were a great help, as they solicited their suppliers and their wholesalers who were very generous with their products either free or at a discount," she wrote.
As well as the Mount Ayr Community junior high and high school marching bands, a kazoo band and a family band featuring kazoo instruments particiated in the parade in Halloween attire. The most elaborate party, as always, will be for the junior high and high school students, the ones townsfolk have always worried most about when it comes to Halloween safety.Mc Intosh's idea came to fruition with the help of the American Legion Auxiliary, which was active in Tingley at the time. She involved Tingley town officials, representatives of the local schools and other community and civic organizations.The meeting and planning began in the fall of 1946."The plan was presented and all became enthusiastic and interested," Mc Intosh said.According to an article written by Edith Mc Intosh in 1981, the idea for a fun and safe way to celebrate Halloween was developed by Mc Intosh and other community stalwarts after some young boys were injured in a Halloween prank involving a tractor in the mid-1940s.
Mc Intosh, who was [the] mother-in-law of current longtime Tingley resident Mary Sue Mc Intosh, came up with the idea for a Tingley Halloween "Fun Nite" after hearing about a successful "Fun Nite" and parade in Hagerstown, MD."Wouldn't that be wonderful if we could do something like that in Tingley? This turned into a community project for her that 70 years later is still celebrated as a bona fide community celebration.
As well as riding in the parade, which had many more floats this year than in the recent past, the three [? For the big celebration on Saturday, there will be the traditional Halloween parade at 7 p.m., led by the Mount Ayr High School and Junior High marching bands.