Explore Sports Locker, The Hook, and more!

GOING STEADY LOOPS: Found below the collar in back was the locker loop, originally created so you could hang your shirt on the hook inside a sports locker. INSTEAD.. in the ’60s ~ when a guy was going steady, he removed the loop as a sign that he was taken. Us girls would find a way to display the loop of our guy by pinning it to our blouses or putting it in our wallets. It was a big thing when the guy said you could "pull his loop" lol Such innocent times, of which are sorely needed again.

The major importance of minor things - Heritage - GANT Heritage

Vintage 70s Top Patterns Size 10-12 | Trade Me

Misses smock tops 5341 size 1972 pattern no. 110 V. 1 and 2 smock-tops gathered to yoke with high round neckline and front slit have long s

This looks just like what I wore to school...just add some cat eye glasses...lol

Inclusing the knee sox and hair ribbon. The entire outfit was Villager brand name. I had several different sets

Going steady, signified by wearing her boyfriend’s ring around her neck

Going Steady - The girls also wrapped yarn around their boyfriend's class ring to make them fit on their finger.

Daphne Nicole - Lynda Cade: Vintage cookie Jar & Estate Sale Finds

women's electric razor, I had one of these. My shaver. Was do anxious to shave, I. Didn't bother with either water OR shaving cream. horrible case of razor burn dry dose rash.

A mustard seed pendant...lots of girls had them in the 1950s and 1960s

Mustard Seed Necklaces - based on the Scriptures that "if you have faith, even the size of a mustard seed. It is supposed to be the smallest of seeds!

60s handbag / 1960s Junk in your Trunk Box by Planetclairevintage

handbag / Junk in your Trunk Box Ostrich Purse

Remember when Home Economics was required for all girls during high school?

Home Ec was one of our regular classes in and grade for girls. In high school it was offered as an elective. I took Home Ec again in high school. We learned to sew and cook. I learned this at home too because Grandma lived with us and taught us.

Look at that freaking computerrrr

My favorite game during school computer lab. I was part of the beginning of the generation in school that was taught how to use a computer, and let me tell you, Oregon Trail was high tech then!