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Trick-or-Treaters being interviewed by CFQC reporters in 1959.

Photo: Local History Room – Saskatoon Public Library - QC-1051-1

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relevant, affordability will also help determine the number and size of young families, and thus the number of children who’ll come banging on your door demanding treats. As well, parents today will often take younger children down to the shopping malls rather than brave the cold to come knock at your door. On the other hand, for nearly two decades, one of our own Saskatoon HOME writers had an elaborate and highly anticipated haunted house (with University Drive neighbourhood approval), complete with horror movie film clips in the window, a screaming and moaning soundtrack, a graveyard with torches, skeletons, fog, flying bats and a murder of crows. She and her husband dressed as deceased newlyweds; their son handed out candy as Igor. She says a couple of Hallowe’ens ago,

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Saskatoon HOME magazine Fall 2015  

Saskatoon Home magazine is the definitive and practical guide to quality home design, building, renovation, landscaping, and decor - specifi...

Saskatoon HOME magazine Fall 2015  

Saskatoon Home magazine is the definitive and practical guide to quality home design, building, renovation, landscaping, and decor - specifi...