Halloween 2 1895
A WASmXGTON AVESUE HAIiLOWEEX. The desire of young people to avail themselves of the Halloween idea with its funny and weird traditions has found many methods of expression in this city. One of these delightful observances was that of Mme. Mal - gille, her pupils and their friends at 323 Washington avenue last Wednesday evening. Songs, duets and recitations were followed by games appropriate to the annniversary. Among the pupils who participated were Misses Marie Antoinette Almlrall, Amy Matthews, Ella Jones, Mary T. Flaherty, Florence Norcom, Laura Squires, Jessie and Belle Henries, Jessie Mills and Gertrude Edwards. Talents in various degrees were manifested in the performances of the young people, all praiseworthy and pleasant and satisfactory to the parents and friends who were present. The readings were specially vivacious and interesting. The party broke up at the hour when ghosts and goblins are 'usually abroad.