Photo Flashback: The Great Pumpkin
This picture, by Post photographer Harry Naltchayan, ran in the paper on Oct. 28,
2964 1964. Here was the caption:
How to Face Halloween!
Children of the Happy Hill School, McLean, Va., planted Halloween and harvested it yesterday. Under the supervision of their teacher, Mrs. Paul Dodd, the youngsters took a 68-pound pumpkin that they cultivated in a schoolyard garden and created a jack-o-lantern from it.
All I know is, I wouldn't mess with Mrs. Paul Dodd. She looks entirely too into carving that pumpkin. (Cue manic "Psycho" strings.)
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