With Hallowe'en literally just around the calendar corner it's an apropos time to look at some mid-60's Topps spookiness, don't you think? I'll point out that while I've posted some of these images previously, I've never undertaken such a comprehensive look
Topps started themed Hallowe'en products in 1950 I believe, when they introduced a very early Fun Pack:
Those were all 1949 gum tab issues and it's certainly possible the "College Pennants" (Varsity Football, a.k.a. Felt Backs) could have made the Hallowe'en cut in '49 as my research indicates they were really timed to the Rose Bowl and the Holiday/New Year's period. So I make it a 1950 "repack" (the ad is identified as being from 1950 in any event) but allow such a configuration could also have existed the year prior, perhaps without Varsity being included. I have to believe most of the packs in here were languishing as Topps had already slightly jumbo-ized three of them (Tatoo, Flags and License Plates) by 1950 and some were even in a primordial 1949 Fun Pack (more on that next time out). Either way, you can see that Fun Packs had already been branded by the time the Hallowe'en theme was added to the topper.
That's taken from a 1950 brochure that Topps put out advertising their Hallowe'en-oriented products, here's the full page:
I'm not sure when this box was marketed but, as per some solid research by Friend o'the Archive Lonnie Cummins, it probably contains 1956 Jets cards, so 1957 feels right:
Lonnie has deduced this as the ad copy reads just like the verbiage used to hawk Jets: