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SENTINEL TRIBUNE ON RJ 00coR00) Wednesday, July 31, 2013 Page 2 HERITAGE HOUSE MUSEUM Bethany Lutleran has full house for centennial celebration Right: Members, former members and visitors packed the sanctuary Back-to-school information 1962- style The following dress code guidelines were found in the 1962 Westbrook High School Student Handbook at the Heritage House Museum. Gregory Hellie was the prin- cipal. Student body dress reflects the school. Therefore, all WHS students, while at school, shall abide by the following code developed by the Westbrook Student Council and approved by the Westbrook Board of Education. Girls 1. Girls' hair will be a natu- ral color and be worn simply. Extreme hairdos or bleached hair will be unacceptable. 2. Cosmetics, especially eye makeup, will be worn in moderation in grades 9 - 12. Girls in grades 7 and 8 will not wear makeup to school. 3. No sheer or tight fitting blouses. They will be tucked in, unless they are over blous- es. 4. A blouse or dickey must be worn under v-neck sweat- ers. No tight-fitting sweaters allowed. 5. Clean, plain sweat shirts or those with an organization/ school emblem may be worn to school. They may not be worn inside out, stretched out of shape or with sleeves cut off. 6. Pleated and full skirts and culottes should come to within an inch of the knee when the girl is standing. Straight skirts must touch the middle of the knee when the girl stands. A foundation garment must be worn with slim skirts in grades 9 - 12. Tight-fitting skirts are unac- ceptable. 7. Slacks may be wom Fridays and when the temper- ature is at/below ten degrees in the morning. Band mem- bers may wear slacks when practicing marching; no pants of any length above the ankle are acceptable. ]40 tight-fit- ting slacks allowM. 8. Flats, tennil shoes and loafers are acceptable foot- wear. Moccasins and sandals are unacceptable. No 7th or 8th grade girl may wear nylons except on dress-up days. Boys 1. Boys' hair shall be combed and their faces clean shaven. No extreme hairdos or sideburns allowed. Boys shall not bleach or dye their hair. 2. Shirts will be clean, pressed and worn tucked in, unless designed to be worn outside, such as square shirts. All buttons must be buttoned except the top one. Plain, clean sweat shirts or those with organization/school emblems may be: wom. They cannot be worn inside out, stretched out of sihape or with sleeves cut off. 3. Pants must lbe clean and pressed. Blue je:ans that are clean and not faded or worn are acceptable. Super-slim or tight-fitting pants, jeans or levis are unacceptable; no bermuda shorts or clam dig- gers allowed. 4. Shoes should be clean and polished. Non-athletic tennis shoes, cowboy boots, and cleats may be worn, the latter with the principal's approval. Engineer and hob- nail boots are unacceptable. Edited by Carolyn Van Loh; more 1962 back-to-school infor- mation in future issues. CLASSIFIED ADS CALL 274-6136 OR 1-800-410-1859 CLASSIFIED ADS WORK FOR YOU Ph. 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859 76/53 Isolated than- derstorms. Highs in the upper 70s and lows in 82/57 Mostly sunny Highs in the low 80s and lows in the upper 77/53 Scattered thunder- storms possi- ble. 76/53 Mostly Cloudy. Highs in the mid 70s and lows in the Mon 8/5 76/57 Considerable cloudiness. Highs in the mid 70s and lows in the of Bethany Lutheran Church in Storden last Sunday as they celebrated the centennial for the church Left: People enjoyed good food as they visited in the church social hall last Sunday afternoon. Below: People going through the serving line in the church social hall fol- lowing the church service. Area news briefs Fulda Free Press - "His eyes are on me....Mine are on the road" is the message printed on the bottom of a photo of Fulda High School student Taylor Kenney and her Police Chief father, Paul Kenney. The photo is part of AT&T's It Can Wait 100 Deadliest Days campaign against texting while driving. The Kenneys learned their photo had been chosen for the campaign and would be released during day number 52 of the campaign, Tuesday, July 16. Lamberton News - Acquaintances of Ronald and Jeanne Kelsey of Lamberton, bequested $50,000 for the'arts program at Red Rock Central, which will be used for programs, plays, renovation of the auditorium through lighting and a sound system. The people resided in the Twin Cities, but realized that out-state schools and activities do not receive their share of grants, etc. for improving school art programs. A planning committee will be organized seeking additional funds and planning on exactly how the money will be used. Murray County News - The Slayton Police Department has recently taken a complaint of counterfeit currency being passed at area businesses. 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