National Geographic : 1936 Aug
EACH ACTOR TAKES A TRADITIONAL PART With his syringe, the Spritzer (Sprayer), in the center of the trio, keeps back spectators by squirting water on them. His comrades are a witch and a Sackner (Sack Holder), with pointed hat, who carries a sack full of corn to throw at the feet of spectators. Photographs byFrancis C.Fuerst A GOOD SPIRIT TAKES OFF HIS "FACE" AND CARRIES IT! He may use the broom in hislefthand tosweep away adevil ortwo! Above the mask with girlishfeatures isacrown offlowers, which symbolizes the abundance of spring. On thebroom handle arelarge pretzels, popular carnival fare.