Hebron High School - Seneca Yearbook (Hebron, IN)

 - Class of 1978

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Remember I like that stick ping Where'd ya' get it? Oh no, my zipper is stuck on my boot again Why don't you come over and listen to my new Rod Stewart album Come on, I'll teach you the L.A. Hustle . . . Not lon ago the answers to the agove statements would have been something like What's a stick pin? . . . Boots? In September? . . . Wh0's Rod Stewart? . . . and, How dare you suggest such a thing? Clothes, as always, were a noticeable fad. Especially the girls' clothes, such as fashion boots, cowl neck sweaters, jumpsuits, and sun dresses. Stick pins were of- ten warn in the cowl necks, and sometimes even a pair of pierced earrings were used to add to the popular sweaters. The guys stayed in blue jeans, but topped them off this year with an assort- ment of rather flashy sweat- ers. Earth shoes were also in. There are always certain songs and albums that go to the top of the popularity charts. Some of this year's top songs were, Do Ya' Wanna Get Funky With Me, Dust In The Wind, and Stayin' Alive. Some popular albums were Rumors gleet- wood Macj, Slow and fEric Claptonj, Foot Loose and Fancy Free fRod Stew- artj, Point Of Know Return fliansasj, and Cat Scratch Fever fTed Nugentj. A new TV show Three's Compan , was a big hit this year. Other popular shows were M"A'S"H, Happy Days, Little House on the Prarie, and Saturday Night LIVE. Much of the talk this year concerned three very popu- lar movies. Each was well recognized as a "fad" by the mass purchase of t-shirts, al- bums, books, magazines, posters, etc. The first of these movies was Star Wars. The show was held over for weeks every place that it went. This simple sci-fi flick left the words "May the Force be with you" hanging in' the air for months, and scattered little C-3PO's and Darth Vaders into the streets when the time came for Trick-or-Treating. The sec- ond hit movie, Close En- counters of the Third Kind, followed the Science fiction theme to instant po ularity. The film dealt with, actual contact with outer space creatures, and just about ev- ery UFO fan in the country stood in line to see it. The third box office champion was called Saturday Night Fever, and it definitely spread a fever throughout the teens and oung adults who heard its dlriving music and watched its energetic dance scenes. It created a full-fledged "Disco Fever." One of the many hit son s, Disco Inferno, explains the situation perfectly. Each au- dience was suddenly burn- ing to be on a floor of flash- ing lights, dancing their heart out. Many ran to sign up for the popular disco dance lessons, and learned the stegs to many of the Bee Gee's its from the movie. Even our high school gym classes got into the disco act this year. These '78 fads may not even be mentioned in the halls of H.H.S. next year, or the year after that, but some- day in the future they will come rushing back and once Iagain dance fprobably the ustlej in the spotlight, giv- ing us many reasons to "Re- member '78." Pads and Fashions Actually, the picture was supposed to be of Helen Blood modeling a cowl neck sweater, sun dress, and fashion boots, but Dan Lahaie just had to get into thc act with his jeans and sweater. I I 'OCC t N

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Lee, u club classroom activity is of going to school. luck Pier. nd larry U'NcilI. meetings are rather infor- rencc Cramer and lody mkhauscr attend a drama club lo change: books between athy 'Vungcman searches rlocker. ul' It's more than going to classes, and more than going to ball games and club meetings. School is an experience in getting along with others, and, to some extent, learning to do your own thing. Al- though academics should have priority, social life should not be put aside. Going to dances and putting on plays are a part of so- cial life, but if you prefer to get to know people by just talking to them and taking it easy, that's al- right, too. Getting involved with spirit week and eating out with Spanish Club is social activity: also, hanging out at the Marathon until 10 p.m. You can always tell which stu- dents are more socially involved. They say "I'm so glad school is over," when the year ends, but they don't walk out the door quite so quickly as others. The conference room is becoming a beauty parlor. Brenda Underwood puts her make- up on before a drama club performance. A little eighthugrade spirit brightens up the hallway. Pam Fieser decorates before homecoming. Taking It Easy 9



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Laurie Fisher, Allison Haag ,. is . up Q iffy - nip! ,QA '5IJsl-XSS' P- I' 8 OSA Faslllon Show' ljlndu Uzzlc The height of fashion. For the year 1890, H lUmPSU" and Sllk Shui' that is! Cheryl Stalbaum, Ieannie McKay, Fashion boots got a lot of attention in '78. These are just some of the products result- ing from Star Wars, Close Encounters, and Saturday Night Fever. Fads and Fashions 11

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