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Archive for Sunday, November 2, 2003

Great pumpkins

Curly Top, Ghost win in carving contest

November 2, 2003

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A curly headed, round-faced spook and a gaggle of ghosts were picked winners in The World Company's second-annual Great Pumpkin Carving Contest.

The judges picked the winning creations in two categories from a crop of 11 jack-o'-lanterns entered Friday.

Curley Top by Lana Grove won "Best Original Design" in the Great
Pumpkin Carving Contest.

Curley Top by Lana Grove won "Best Original Design" in the Great Pumpkin Carving Contest.

The winners -- Lana Grove for "Curley Top" in the original creation category and Kristin Scott for "Ghost" in the kit category -- each received a party for 20 people at Googols of Fun, 4931 W. Sixth St.

Other entrants ranged from the traditional happy jack-o'-lantern to a gourd bat complete with wings and legs.

Judges were 6News Director Cody Howard, Journal-World Managing Editor Richard Brack, "Home & Away" host Cathy Hamilton, Journal-World photographer Richard Gwin and 6News photographer John Weldon.



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