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m Me 8 : ے۱ — سا LOOKIN GOUD Some girls acccented their cowlneck sweaters and shirts with stick pins. Stick pins came in a variety of colors, sizes and designs coordinating with any outfit. For many students, fashion for 1977-78 focused on comfort and looks. “| like the styles of clothes now because they look good and are really comfortable ,' " commented sophomore Carolyn Dougherty. The styles ranged from pleated pants and skirts, bow blouses, cowlneck sweaters and jeans for the girls to jeans, flannel shirts, cords and sweaters for the guys. Senior Karen Rod said, ‘‘When guys get out of their grubbies and into a nice pair of pants and a sweater, | think it's great!”’ Pastel colors for girls were found in everything and everywhere. “I'm glad pastels are in, ۷۵ always loved those colors,’’ commented senior Gail Runge. 18 Fashion “| love cowlnecks and stick pins,” said senior Julie Cheville, ‘‘They’re great because you can wear them with anything.” Dexter and Bass styled shoes were found on many feet during the year. Along with them came Adidas, hiking boots and fashion boots. Down jackets and vests weren't confined to hunters; they made the scene and were a must for some girls and guys. Suede bomber jackets were also worn by many male students. Keeping with all the new fashions and fads, students still found ways in which to stay comfortable. - — — € m Ei, m n Mec ias ds ےک - " B MERE pd
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HARD TU TELL What will our government be like in the year 2000? Will we change to a communist nation? Will our government become a dictatorship? Or will it stay as a democracy? " | think our government will stay democratic because | don't think the | American people will accept any other ۱ way,” commented sophomore Kathy Rod. : Senior Sue Junk said, ‘‘As Americans, we ۱ are too sold on and spoiled by the | Democratic system to allow anything else. Maybe in 2000 a woman will play the role of president of the United States.’ Whıle some feel not much of a change will occur by the year 2000, others feel our form of government will definitely be different. mmm a4 e - — d oA x ili a y ا ء ۱ M d Wi - 7 e ۲ LN r D 1 t Ab j = ےو Above: SNARF DOWN. Junior Exec members Lisa Rutz, Lynn Thompson and Lynn Whitmer take part in selling valentine goodies in the lobby to raise money for the Junior Senior Prom. " Um afraid by the way it's (government) moving, we're heading for some type of dictatorship. | just hope when it happens that I'm not here to see it,” said junior Nancy Sprowell. Senior Tom Johnson, second semester Student Council co-president, wasn't sure how the government would be run, but did know how he wanted it to be run. “ld like to see our government more directly representative of the people and more of an open input from the citizens,” said Johnson. Senior Lance Kaeberle summed it up well by saying, ''It's hard to say what will happen. It will depend on how the economy goes. It can go any way.” Student Government 17
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À—— Pr — یا Ye ۱ ۶ f ۱ ` Left: JEANS WAR. The difference between Levi' and JC Penny's Plain Pockets are looked over by senior Jeanne Cunningham and junior Ann Hougvie. Center: GETTING IT TOGETHER. Junior Julie Shaw works on coordinating an outfit for a boogie night. Bottom Right: CLEAR FOR TAKE OFF. Scott Pope, Tom Diemer and Dwight Smith are ready for action with their bomber jackets. Bomber jackets became popular among many students over the winter months. Top Right: A LITTLE ACCENT. Stick pins made the scene in '78 highlighting many lapels and cowlnecks. " ED y -A BT AI (384 ملا en ane Fashion 19
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