First thing I noticed was the "White Bucks". You can see how dirty they look. No doubt they were probably all powdered up nicely before the start of school, but as the day wore on they deteriorated in looks. This may very well have been prior to noon, as lots of girls (at least when I went to Wy'east) took their powder bags with them and did their shoes at noon. Also note the fad at the time was basically to roll your sock tops and always girls wore white socks.
Note the length of the skirts......This was before the advent of "leotards", which we could wear under skirts/dresses as they were more or less like the leggings of this era, only they had feet in them like panty hose, but heavier. Oh so wonderful standing on a cold winters day waiting for that bus............
The girl in the white blouse had the last name of Sharkey, but right off the top of my head I can't recall her first name.
Charlott on 2nd March 2018 @ 7:10am
Wrong answer for equation #4. Should be 15.
tom on 2nd March 2018 @ 7:52am
How many of you were filled with fear that that very thing would happen to you - work on the board and get the wrong answer in front of everybody?
nels on 2nd March 2018 @ 4:21pm
Schools & school dress seem to be the same coast to coast, yes even Ohio. These girls could just as easily clapped the eraser on their white bucks. LOL I tried to avoid the “black board” procedure as best I could.
Judy on 5th March 2018 @ 11:05am
The girl on the right looks like Beverly Reams Edwards?
Patti on 5th March 2018 @ 2:23pm