Halloween In The 1920's

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Football practice ended early the day before halloween, it was a typical sunny day in Arroyo Grande. The team decided to the local ice cream parlor Doc Burnstein’s. Not usually invited to any social events, I took the opportunity to hangout with some friends. The team crowded the small shop, taking over a long table. A table full of rowdy white boys, and the minority usually excluded from social events. I looked out of place as usual, but the bond he made with some teammates made the situation bearable. Halloween on all our minds, the conversation shifted over to costume ideas. Various suggestions rolled in. As we brainstormed, the team clown decided to speak up. He exclaimed, “AY Guys! We should all dress up as members of
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