CHESHIRE — The Bells and Beaus Western square dance club of Cheshire had their annual Halloween party recently with 59 individuals present.
A parade of costumed characters was enjoyed by all dancers.
Costume contest winners are as follows. Phyllis Vogel, of Winfield, W.Va., took the title of “prettiest lady.” “Most creative costume” winners were CHick Magnet and Chic, Ann and Glen Davis, of Jackson. “Scariest” costume was given to Keith Smith of Hurricane, W.Va, for his rendition of Captain Hook. Gail Buck, of Leon, W.Va., won “most original” costume with her alien. Becky Jaycox, of Wellson, took the title of “famous frontiersman” and Connie and Bob McCoy, of Oak Hill, were named “most famous celebrities” for their version of Bonnie and Clyde.
Grilled hotdogs were prepared by Jackie Rodgers Starcher and Roger Steele. A meal of delicious food was prepared and enjoyed by all present. Belles and Beaus Western square dance club meets every Monday evening at 7 p.m. at the Gavin Employees Club House in Cheshire. Western dancers are encouraged to attend.