Many prizes won in Westminster Halloween ritual

October 29, 1995

The annual Westminster Halloween Parade, sponsored by the Westminster Post of the American Legion, was held Tuesday night.

Prizes ranging from $10 to $50 were awarded by the American Legion. Winners who have not claimed their prize money can call the Westminster American Legion at 857-7953.

The winners, judged by the Junior Woman's Club of Westminster, were:

Cutest child: first place, a birthday present, Ali Globus; second place, Tin Man robot, Joe Senseney.

Most Comical Individual: first place, birthday cake, Jordan Neville; second place, Barbie, Amanda Gonder.

Most Comical Group: first place, three hot dogs, Kerr and Kelly Mills and Samson; second place, scarecrow with crows, Ashley, Leeann and Britney Brothers and Casey Mann.

Most Symbolic Individual: first place, unclaimed; second place, mummy, Joseph Walsh.

Group, Most Symbolic: first place, witches' brew, Jonathan and Lauren Lusby; second place, Indian, Ashley Jentilet.

Cutest Children's Group: first place, toy, Todd Tackett; second place, tortoise and hare, George and Ray Neville.

Most Original Individual: first place, Pepsi, Nick Balassone; second place, ostrich, Mariah Neville.

Most Original Group: first place, Beauty and the Beast, Ryan Albertini and Alexa Bratisch; second place, Tank and Jeep, Abby and Aaron Hooper.

Most Gruesome Individual: first place, Wolf Pack, Joey, Dusty, Ricky and Mikey Stickles.

Most Elaborate Individual: first place, car with vampire, Drew Tevis and vampire, William Keller; second place, popcorn, Chelsea Efland.

Best group, five to 10 people: wagon train, Witte and Stair families.

Best group, 11 to 15 people: kisses, Brownie Troop 1181.

L Best Group, more than 15 people: Goldstar, majorettes/drums.

Honorable mention: Tinkerbell, Peter Pan and Captain Hook, Justin, Joshua and Jessica Lerche; train and engineer, Jamie Short; pumpkin heads, Junior Girl Scout Troop 296.

Best floats: Cub Pack 381, Brownie Troop 132 and Kiwanis.

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