Who Shall I be on Halloween Night?

Here’s a charming ┬áseries from October 25, 1962, shot by staff photographer Alan Hyde, showing Carol’s costume conundrum…..

"Big decisions most always cause wrinkled brows, but when a 6-year-old little girl must choose who she'll be on Halloween night, the wrinkled brow is replaced by giggles, wrinkled noses and other antics resulting from trying on Halloween costumes. Like most youngsters will do this weekend, Carol Johnston, first grader at Sunny Brae Avenue Elementary School in Canoga Park, went shopping at Sears Valley Plaza with mommy and daddy Mr. and Mrs. James Johnston." Order #00120810

“Big decisions most always cause wrinkled brows, but when a 6-year-old little girl must choose who she’ll be on Halloween night, the wrinkled brow is replaced by giggles, wrinkled noses and other antics resulting from trying on Halloween costumes. Like most youngsters will do this weekend, Carol Johnston, first grader at Sunny Brae Avenue Elementary School in Canoga Park, went shopping at Sears Valley Plaza with mommy and daddy Mr. and Mrs. James Johnston.” Order #00120810

"Silvery white satin and tulle costume answers Carol Johnston's 'Who shall I be?' question and magically turns her into a fairy princess. Her star-tipped wand carries the power to make wishes come true, especially on Halloween, a colorful and exciting time for youngsters." Order #00120817

“Silvery white satin and tulle costume answers Carol Johnston’s ‘Who shall I be?’ question and magically turns her into a fairy princess. Her star-tipped wand carries the power to make wishes come true, especially on Halloween, a colorful and exciting time for youngsters.” Order #00120817

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