Rudy and his new friend Devery plan to spend Halloween playing practical jokes on the elderly. They both take aim on Mrs. Bakewell, an old widow living in a spooky house by the graveyard. But the kids get the ultimate scare when two of them don't return from "trick or treating!" Did Mrs. Bakewell have something to do with their mysterious disappearance?
This 8" x 12" metal sign is the perfect size for your needs. Printed on one side with pre-drilled holes for mounting to walls, posts, fences, etc. Can be used for kitchens, bathrooms, doors, garages, man caves, cubicle walls -- any place you'd like.
Made of sponge and non-woven fabrics. Towel-like bath mat offers safety and warm, dry place to stand when stepping out of the shower. Soft, extra absorbent,and fast drying.Ideal for frequent use and busy households. Choose from a wide range of colours and sizes. Great color combination will make your home much more elegant.
Reproductions Decorative Painting Not Stretched and Not Framed ,Sir Henry Raeburn - Alexander Allan, c. 1815, is the best gift for your relatives, or girl friend and boy friend. That is also for Bar, Basement, Bathroom, Bedroom, Dining Room, Foyer, Game Room, Garage, Gym, Hallway, Home Office, Home Theater, Kids Room, Kitchen, Laundry Room, Living Room, Nursery, Powder Room, Study decor and Art Decoration
Cheap but high quality Painting on Canvas Not Stretched ,Hu Yongkai,On the Boat,21th century, is the best gift for your relatives, or girl friend and boy friend. That is also for Bar, Basement, Bathroom, Bedroom, Dining Room, Foyer, Game Room, Garage, Gym, Hallway, Home Office, Home Theater, Kids Room, Kitchen, Laundry Room, Living Room, Nursery, Powder Room, Study decor and Art Decoration
Gerald R. Ford, the 38th President of the United States, was born July 14, 1913, in Omaha, Nebraska. When Vice President Spiro Agnew resigned in October 1973, President Richard Nixon nominated Ford to fill the vacancy. Ford was sworn in on December 6, after confirmation by Congress. Eight months later, Nixon resigned due to the Watergate scandal. Gerald Ford was sworn in as President on August 9, 1974. Ford presided over the aftermath of Watergate, ended America's involvement in Vietnam, and engaged in intense Cold War negotiations. At home, he began deregulating the economy, guiding America out of recession, as the nation celebrated its Bicentennial. Still, Ford's race in 1976 to earn the presidency by the ballot box was haunted by his pardoning of Richard Nixon, an act many Americans then opposed. Though Ford lost the election, he had done much to heal the nation, torn by a decade of political, social, and economic strife. This Royal Bobbles bobblehead, two years in the making, is a wonderful representation of President Ford.