Trick or Trunk -Ann Landers

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#1
This is what O&A ment when they talked about what was in the article but they got some of the facts wrong.

Dear Ann Landers: You have printed several columns about the dangers of allowing children to trick-or-treat on Halloween. Our church has come up with an idea we think might be helpful to your readers. We call it "Trick or Trunk."

Here's how it works: Church members and families decorate the trunks of their cars and fill them with candy and other treats. They drive to the church parking lot where the decorated trunks are accessible. The children dress up in their Halloween costumes and go from car to car while family members hand out treats. The parents enjoy watching their children parade around the parking lot. A local youth group sells hot dogs and pop at bargain prices as a church fund-raiser.

This is a safe way for children to trick-or-treat with families they know, and it makes for an inexpensive night out for the family. -- We Like Living in Tucson, Ariz.

Dear Tucson: Your suggestion is a good one. What an excellent way to keep children safe on Halloween -- which is just around the corner, folks.
The Ann Landers' Article
 
#2
Can you park at the end with a spade shovel and duct tape in your trunk as a treat?
Gotta be able to take a couple home unnoticed. :D
 
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