1966 Principal Donald Holmes Explains High School Dress Code
and Michael Chapman Promoted to Sergeant
From Presque Isle County Advance and Onaway Outlook
August 18, 2016

CAPTION: From the desk of principal Holmes (1966): Appropriate dress must be worn in school at all times. Boys must have neat haircuts worn approximately an inch and a half above the eyebrows. also, hair must be combed. They should wear clean slacks or jeans. Shirts cannot be unbuttoned lower than the second button down and shirttails must be tucked into pants. Girls must have faces fully visible. Hair must be worn approximately and inch above the eyebrows. They should wear skirts and blouses or sweaters or dresses. Blouses must be tucked into skirts. The exception is squared blouses specifically made to worn outside. "Most of our students have not fallen for the so-called shaggy hair styles and other forms of attired which are being banned. Students not abiding by the rules were to be suspended. In other Onaway News, Michael Chapman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Newton Chapman of Onaway, who was with the U.S. Army in Vietnam was promoted from Specialist 5 to Sergeant.
From the The Presque Isle County Advance August 18, 2016 page 7B.
Retyped by J. Anderson

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