BHS fashions ...

The look at Brookville in the early 1960s was clean, conservative and sensible. That "Fonzie" look was a fable for the most part. Front, Dennis Fritz; Second row, Don Hillman, Ray Weber; back: Garry Reister, Tom Erney, Dick Goble. Six guys who NEVER knew they'd be fashion models.(All were members of the Hi-Y organization.)


Most of the boys wore white socks. You had to quit wearing them when you went to college. Pegged pants limits applied.

Not much shock here. Skirts, blouses, sweaters and loafers. No jeans, no sweatshirts, no pink hair or nose rings. Tattoos? Well, they didn't show. This is part of the GAA club at Brookville.


You may have seen a few guys carrying these. A little dab did, after all, do ya.

All those exciting looks ...We can't show them all here. You probably will have to buy the magazine.



This was the 1966 Dress of the Year, in case you wondered why it appears here. Lucky for us, it happened after we graduated.

Women at FCNB didn't seem to be too happy about anything, judging from this photo. Perhaps some pink hair and tattoos, ladies?
Or try this:

ROAD KILL TEES



Shoes ...

They still wear these today, right?



Hair ...


Doesn't seem to be a trend.


Well, maybe just a bit of a trend.


Liz Taylor ...




The Queen, sporty back in '64 ...





JERKY GUY in Prell commercial, 1960s

Oh, never mind ...





Well, mind ...


Suits and sweaters