Bentley High School - Echo Yearbook (Burton, MI)

 - Class of 1969

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LOWER rightg Mr. Lapham helps a student with a difficult problem. LOWER centerg Mr. Holzer tries to explain equations to his first year Algebra class. BELOWQ Mr. Mikulich seems to be concentrating on his paper work. OPP. lower leftg Showing approval after a successful experiment, is Mr. Neitzke and Pam Benz. OPP. upper rightg Mr. Jones explains the Laws of Science to his General Science class. OPP. upper leftg Four hands are better than two. Today's sciences depend largely on t0day's mathmatics Physics and Chemistry, two classes whose purpose is to make the student aware of the physical and chemical changes taking place around him, are taught by Mr. Neitzke. Physics and Chemistry offer the student not only book work, but a chance to try his hand at mixing chemicals and working with springs, Hall's carriages, etc. New to the Science department this year is Mr. Jones, who comes from Minnesota and teaches General and Modern Science. "The main purpose of math is to have every student meet his mathematical problems with confidencef' says our Algebra Il and Trigonometry teacher, Mr. Lapham. In this year's trig class, solid geometry has been cut out and elementary functions will take its place. This has been done to better prepare our students for college.

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Knowledge of history teaches us how to live today From history classes we learn about past experiences which give us a basis on how We should live today. This yearls classes were taught by Mr. Bell, Mr. Wallace, and Mr. Vukovich. Most of the government classes were taught by Mr. Vukovich who was new to this department this year. This being an election year, the Senior class put on a mock election which was very successful. Excellent campaigning was carried out and three speakers came to the school and spoke for each of the presidential candidates. Humphrey was chosen as president-elect, winning by a very small margin. Top leftg A campaign rally encouraged enthusiasm in a mock election. Bottom leftg Speakers for presidential candidates Humphrey, Nixon, and Wallace were the center of attraction at the rally. Aboveg Mr. Vukovich teaches the majority of the government classes. Top rightg Teaching various social studies classes is Mr. Wallace. At rightg Seniors take charge of the ballot casting. Far rightg Mr. Bell teaches most of the American history classes.

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