Bentley High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Livonia, MI)
- Class of 1956
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It 15 our des1re to capture an 1mpress1on of
the year's rnemoz-1es showmg how act1v1t1es and
educat1on go hand m hand As you leaf through
these pages, we hope that they W111 stress how
th1S busy year has progressed smoothly and
enjoyably because lt has been a un1ted effort
between students and faculty.
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The Class of 1956 des1res to ded1ca.te the P1oneer to a person
whose fr1endsh1p we welcome and whose work we respect. Our
w1sh has been to s1ngle out a teacher who stands for the 1deals of
the annual's theme, "Work1ng Together." Makmg a cho1ce from
so many deservlng people has been d1ff1cu1t, but we bel1eve we
have found a person whom all the Bentley students adrrure and
work Wlth cornpamonably, Fred McGlone.
Guiding our efforts, pointing
out our errors, and yet always the
first to compliment us on our
successes, the faculty each day
illustrates how by combining
theirs and students' ideas they can
make classes and activities more
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BENTON YATES E S MICHELSON HAROLD WELLS
CECILH ALFORD WILLIAML WARREN
Pnnctpal Asst Prmclpal
The Ass1stant Superlntendent
and Bus1ness Adm1n1strator 1n
our staff organ1zat1on work co
operat1vely as ass1stants to the
of the t1me spent by these adm1n
1strators 1S devoted to the long
range plannlng for the future
school needs of our commun1ty
They are also vltally concerned
w1th the 1nstruct1ona1 program
and student act1v1t1es 1n Bentley
To you, the members of the
graduatumg class of '56' we extend
our congratulattons and best w1shes
for successful futures We the
admrmstrators of your hlgh school,
are happy to have had an act1ve role
1n a1d1ng you IH completmg your
hlgh school careers May we both
extend an 1nv1tat1on to you to come
back after graduat1on and v1s1t
w1th us and w1th your teachers
w1ll be our pr1v1lege to cont1nue to
asslst you 1n anyway we can
Here at Bentley we have a very pomtments, bookkeepxng and other
competent off1ce staff, that takes cler1cal bus1ness. The staff not only
great prlde 1n the1r work deahng has been a great help to our adm1n
w1th busmess correspondence, ap 1strat1on but also to the student body.
DOLORES HOHEISEL HELGA HALL MARY ANN CHICK
Secretary Bookkeeper Secretary
FLORA BRAY TON
C ash ier
mf Superintendent of Schools. Much
Supenntendent Asst. Superintendent Business Administrator
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JOAN MARLOW B. A. GLADYS MASUCH B.A., M. A.
MARILYN MARLOW B. A. , M.A. BERNARD ROWAN B.A., M. A.
Marlene, Judy, Dave, and Barbara
"go native" in Spanish Class.
Ready to help, Mr. Hartman
supervises his English class.
Two foreign languages are offered at
Bentley, Spanish and Latin. The classes
carry on many projects during their
study of languages in order to learn more
about the countries of their origin.
BARBARA FOWLER, B. A.
EILEEN SQUIRES, B. A
DAVID AMERMAN, B.A.
DOROTHY CHANDLER, B. .
Louie, Gloria, and Mr. McGlone discuss the mighty dollar
in Economics class.
Gwen, Shirley, and Nick consider the changing borders of Europe.
A UUIAL UIENCE
A good background in history makes a better
citizen for tomorrow. The study in this field begins
in the Freshman year with civics. In the tenth
grade, World History is stressed, followed by
American History in the eleventh grade. The
Senior finishes this field with studies in American
Government, Economics, Sociology, and
Home and Family.
PETER KOKENAKES B.A. , M. A.
JOHN MCDONALD B.A., M.A.
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UCIAL SCIE CE
DOMINIC PARIS, B.A., M.ED.
FRED SYERSON, B.A., M.A.
WILLIAM YOUNG, B. A
FRED MCGLONE, B. A.
WILLIAM PAPINEAU, B. A.
Roger, Waleta, and Pate catch up on current events
Nlr Zoet explains a principle of veometrx to Dave and Carolyn as Mary
RXYMONDOLSON B Tl-IOMA5 HARTSIG B A
KENNETH HAUG B 5 M
While the seniors struggle through solid
geometry and trigonometry, they look back
with envy at the freshman who is beginning
his math courses with problems in plane
geometry while the junior faces advanced
Donna, Don, Carroll, and John listen to Mr, Rotrock's lecture
about the slide rule.
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he does an experiment in chemistry.
Bill, Duane, Walter, and Rhonda test the
lights on their physics equipment.
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Cathy, Jerry, and Dale show interest in the
leaf collections that were done in Biology class.
The fundamentals of the basic sciences are
first explored in the freshman general sciences
classes. The curtain is raised a little further
in biology, where they learn such things as
hereditary principles. The upper classmen
probe even deeper into this field with applied
science, chemistry, and physics.
WALTER BOGIE, B.A., B.S.
CHARLES LEWIS, B.S., M.A
RICHARD ADLER, B.S., M.ED.
WILLIAM COLE, B. S.
WILLIAM IENNINGS, B. S.
This department provides the student the
opportunity to express manual as well as men-
tal dexterity. The freshman boy may start with
wood working and carry through to drafting and
welding. At the same time the girls are familiar
ized with the homemaking skills of sewing, cook
ing and family care.
Irene, Dolores, and Luna make sure the ingredients
of their cake are correct.
BEATRICE KIKER, M. E.
MARGARET PROVAN, B. S.
Netted - three volleyball players, Donna,
Peggy, and Anina.
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JACK HUDNUT, B,S, E
PHY ICAL ED CATIIIY
The physical education teachers lead their stu-
dents into a better understanding of team work and
individual effort through their gym classes. The
students are also taught personal hygiene in their
Dale and Ron give Jim instructions
on how to shoot one-handed.
JOHN GLANZ., B. ED.
The students with a flair for
art learn the basic fundamentals of
sketching, painting, and design in
this active class. While the fresh-
men and first year students are
busy with their classes projects,
advance art classes expr-ess,more
fully their talents both in class
work and scenery for our plays and
The trombone section practices tone
quality in weekly rehearsals.
Patty, Dave and Mary are intent on their
drawing in Art class.
The department of musical education is well
known in the halls and hearts of all at Bentley.
In this section we have various organizations
which present numerous entertaining programsg
they areg Chorus, Band, Orchestra and the
B. M. ED. , M.M.
GENE PAGE, B. S. ,
B. M. ED.
ROBERT BENTLEY, B. S.
RUTH FRENCH, B.A.
To educate the future citizens
in careful and safe driving prac-
tices, our school has this training
Under the guiding hands of our
counselors, students solve their
problems, both educational and
Don and Mr. Joslin talk over college scholarships.
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Curtis, Myrtle, Jim and Joyce respectfully
admire the picture ofthe late Mrs. Bixler.
As a source of information and entertain-
ment, our library aids students in many ways
The library training class helps keep things
running smoothly and adds color with clever
displays of various books.
GUNHILD ISACKSON, B.A., M.A.
LEEMAN IOSLIN, B.A., M.A,
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FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. C. Toupin, School Dieticiang B. Thomas,
J. Liverance, J. Zemboy, M. Burger, V. Ewald, V. Gull.
GERALDINE TOBIN, B. S.
SPEUIAL ED UATIU
Our school system provides these
three specially educated people to act
as our dietician, school nurse, and
Both the students and the faculty enjoy the noon
day meals that are served rn our cafeteria
Keeping our school clean and
providing us with wholesome meals,
the cook and custodians contribute
much to our educational environment
1ST ROW: Mrs. Sides, Mrs. Clingan, Mrs. Ward, Mr. Stokes, Head Custodiang
Mr. Eheman. 2ND ROW: Mr. Russeau, Mr. Schrom, Mr. Ferrington, Mr. Russell
Mr. McVicer, Mr. Fischer.
MARIORIE MCMAHON, B. S
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"Happy-go-lucky but in sports he tends to business."
Basketball 1,2, 3, Football 1,2, Movie Club 1, Royalty
Court 3, Varsity Club l,2,3.
"Eyes that sparkle diamond blue, full of fun and kindness
Band 1,2,3, Dance Club 1,2, 3, F.T.A. 1,2,3, I-Hop
Comm., Junior Play Comm., Majorette 3, Operetta 1,
Pep Club 1,2, Student Council 1, Yearbook Staff 2, 3.
"loyalty is the greatest good in the human heart."
Audio Club 2, 3, Drama Club 2, 3, Golf 1,35 I-Hop
Comm., Junior Play Comm., Points Comm. 2, 3,
Senior Play Comm., Student Council 2, 3.
"It's nice to be natural when your naturally nice."
Chorus 3, F.T.A. l,2,3, G.A.A. 1, Glee Club 2, Hall
Monitor 2, J-Hop Comm., Junior Play Comm., Operetta
2, 3, Pep Club l,2, Senior Play Comm.
IO ANN ALUE
"A mind of her own."
Library Training 2 .
"Pretty, charming and awfully nice, the kind of girl
you'd look at twice."
Chorus 2,3, Class Council 1,3, F.T.A. 1,2,3, G.A.A.
1,2,3, G.A.A. President 3, Homecoming Court 1, 3,
I-Hop Comm., Operetta 2, Pep Club 1,2, 3, Varsity
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3.
"Either one finds a way or makes it."
G.A.A. l,2, 3, Jr. Play, Library Staff 3, Office Staff
3, Senior Chorus 3, Senior Glee Club 1, 2, Senior Play.
"He's not so bashfu1l"
"A grand girl and a redhead too."
Band 1,2, 3, Office Help 3, Senior Play Comm.
"Men of few words are the best men."
"Climb high, climb far, your goal the sky, your aim
the star. "
Band 1,2,3p Cheerleader 1, Dance Club 1,2,3g Drama
Club 2,35 Echo Staff 2,3g F,T,A, 1,2,3g G.A.A, 1,
2, 3, I-Hop Comm. g Junior Play Comm. g Majorette 2,
Head Majorette 35 Operetta 14 Pep Club 1,2,3g Quill
and Scroll 2, 35 Senior Play Comm. g Student Council
1, Visual Aids 1,2,3, Visual Aids Treasurer 25 Year-
book Staff l,2,3g Yearbook Co-Editor 3.
"Her pleasant smile goes a long way."
"A friendly manner at all times."
"Enthusiasm is her middle name. "
Future Nurses lg F,T.A, 2, G,A,A, lg Library Training
lg Office Help 2.
"Her face is fair, her heart is true."
Echo Staff 31 Library Training 2,3g Office Help 3.
"l never think of the future, it comes soon enough."
"Sweetness is a woman in itself. "
"A favorite of all who know her."
"By my giggle, you shall know me. "
"Friendliness is his key to success."
"All I've got to say is I hope school can get along with-
"Courtesy is the inseparable companion of virtue. "
Hall Monitor 1,2: Iunior Play Comm. : Office Help 2.3:
Senior Play Comm.: Student Council 3.
"Self confidence is the first requisite to great under-
Chorus 2,3: Chorus President 3: Class President 2: Foot-
ball lg Junior Play: Junior Play Comm.: Operetta 1,2,
Senior Play: Senior Play Comm. : Student Council 3.
"The ability to talk and work at the same time."
Hall Monitor 2: Junior Play Comm. : J-Hop Comm.
"Care is the enemy of life. "
"Girls blush, sometimes because they are alive."
"Happiness was made to share."
Chorus 2,3: F,T,A, 1,2,3: G,A,A, 2,3: Glee Club 1
Hall Monitor 1: Junior Play Comm.: Operetta 1, 2,3:
Pep Club 1 ,2: Senior Class Council 3: Senior Play
"It's a great life if you don't weaken."
Drama Club 2, 3: I-Hop Comm. : Junior Play: Junior
Play Comm. : Track 2, 3: Student Council 2,3.
"Friendship with all mankind is his motto. "
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Glee Club 1: Orchestra 1.2.
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"An all around girl, full of fun, just a pal to everyone
Cheerleader 1, Chorus 1, 2,3, Future Teachers 1,2, 3,
G.A. A. 1, J-Hop Comm. : Junior Play, Operetta 1, 2,
Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Senior Play Comm. 3.
"Everybody's friend, nobody's enemy."
Chorus 1, 2, Cross Country 2, 3, Football 1, J-Hop
Comm. ,Junior Play Comm., Operetta 1, 2, Track
2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3.
"Not too serious, not too gay, but a good fellow in
"Let the words be few. "
"We'l1 remember her friendly attitude. "
Camera Club 2, Pep Club 2.
"Manner, not gold, is women's best adomment. "
Drama Club 2, 3, Drama Club President 3,
F. T. A. 2, 3, Junior Play Comm. , J-Hop Comm.,
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 1, 2, Senior Play 3.
"Be not merely good, be good for something."
Jets Club 1, 2, 3, Junior Play, Movie Club 3,
Radio Club 1, 2, Sadie Hawkins Comm. , Senior
Play, Tennis 2, 3, Varsity Club 3.
"Friendly by nature. "
KENNETH C ISSE LL
"My idea of an agreeable person is one who agrees
with me. "
"Perseverance goes well with his black hair and eyes."
Library training 2.
"Her good nature conquers all."
Chorus 35 G,A,A. 1,25 Office Help 3g Glee Club l,2,
"A combination hard to beat, a scholar, friend and fy .
Class President lg Football 2,35 Track 1,3g Varsity Club
"Merry mischief sparkles in his eyes. "
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JANICECOATTA ' ,Q
"A heart of gold. " I
Class Council lg Office Staff 3g Student Council 3. E -' V ,ij
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"None but herself can be her equal." V if V A
1-Hop Comm. Junior Class Council 2g Junior Play Comm.: p J A
Office Staff 3g Points Comm. 2. :J fi A I Z
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"A man devoted to pleasure. "
"Always face the sunshine and the shadows will fall be-
hind you. "
Chorus l,2, 3g Future Nurses 2,35 F.T,A, 24 Operetta
"Worry plays a small part in my life. "
"A regular guy--well liked by all."
"Patience has it's reward. " E I 0 R
Hall Monitor lg Forensics 2, 34 F.T,A, 2,3g Orchestra
"Either I'll find a way or make one."
"ln her quietness there is charm."
Chorus 35 Echo Staff 2,3g F,T.A, l,2,3g G,A,A, 15
Glee Club 2, Hall Monitors 2g I-Hop Comm. 5 Junior
Play Comm.g Operetta 2,3g Pep Club l,2, Senior Play
Comm.: Student Council l.
"Salted with humor, peppered with wit."
"To be rich in friends is to be poor in nothing."
Hall Monitors 2.
"When I study it's for my own amazement."
Camera Club 25 Movie Club 2.
"Can't keep his sense and nonsense separated."
"The will to learn, the initiative to achieve. "
Band 1,2,3g Band President 35 Jets Club 3g Orchestra
"It 's wonderful to be so tall and have so many people
look up to you. "
Basketball 2,31 Cross Country 35 Varsity Club 3.
"To know him is to like him."
Band 1,23 Echo Staff 3.
"An individualist with a will to succeed. "
Chorus 2, Drama Club 2,3g Jets Club lg Class Council
2: Junior Play Operetta 2, 3g Senior Play, Senior Play
"Here is a true industrious friend."
Tennis 2, 3.
RONALD FUN K
"When you have a mind to laugh, you shall see me.
Senior Play Comm.
"If she's a friend of yours, depend on her. "
Class Treasurer 2, 3, Daisy Mae 2, G. A.A. 1, 2,
Hall Monitor 2, J-Hop Comm. , Office Help 3,
Pep Club 1, 2, Pep Club Secretary 2, Senior
Play Comm. , Student Council 1.
"Small of build but large ofheart, she wins your
friendship from the start."
Chorus 2, 3, Dance Club 1, 2, 3, F. T. A. 1, 2, 3,
G.A. A. 1, Operetta 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Pep
Club Vice-President 2, Senior Play.
"No one is happy unless he thinks himself so."
"She has many links in her chain of friendships. "
"In him the grave and playful mixed. "
"l-lere's to the girl with a heart and a smile who
makes the bubble of life worth while. "
Chorus 2, 3, Concessions Chairman 2, Future
Nurses 1, 2, F. T. A. 3, G.A. A. 1, J-Hop Comm.,
Junior Play Comm. , Operetta 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3,
Senior Girl's Chorus 2.
"Enjoy what you can and do what you must. "
Band 1, 2, Chorus 3, F, T, A. 1, 2, 3, G. A. A, 1,
Hall Monitor 2, J-Hop Comm. , Junior Play
Comm. , Operetta 1, 3, Pep Club l, 2, 3, Senior
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"My moment has arrived--l've graduated. "
"Happiness was born to share."
Hall Monitor 2.
"Sweet of manner, fair of face, all her ways are
full of grace."
Glee Club 2,1unior Playg Pep Club 1,25 Student
"With his personality and humor combined, he is
one swell guy."
Football 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3.
ROBER l'A HARKONEN
"A heart well worth it's weight in gold."
"There's artistic talent in her fingers: true friend-
ship in her heart."
Chorus 2, 3, Drama Club 2, 33 F. T. A. 2, 351-Hop
Comm. 5 Junior Playg Junior Play Comm. g Operetta
2, Pep Club 2, 3, Royalty Court 3, Senior Playg
Senior Play Comm.
"lf business comes before pleasure, cut out the
"Good company anywhere, anytime."
Chorus 2, 3, F,T,A, 1, 2, 3, G,A.A, 1,1-Hop Comm.
Junior Play Comm.: Operetta 2, 3g Pep Club lg Senior
Concessions, Senior Play Comm.
"A fascinating presence, full of life and beauty. "
Gun Club 3,1-Hop Comm. g Movie Club 2.
'A little nonsense now and then is relished by the
best of men. "
"She's sweet in every way."
'lf brains were dynamite he'd explode."
Band 1, 2, 35 Jets Club 2, 3
"A wise man never loses anything if he knows himself."
Baseball 1, 2,35 Royalty Court 35 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3.
"Ambition has no limit."
Audio Club 2, 35 Drama Club 2,35 Football 1, 2,35
Jets Club 15 Junior Playg Senior Playg Student
Council Treasurer 15 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3,
"lt's a friendly heart that has plenty of friends."
F, T, A, 2, 3: G.A.A. 15 Hall Monitor 251-Hop
Comm. 5 Library Training 25 Pep Club 1.
"I can be serious, but I'd rather be gay."
Drama Club 35 Hall Monitor 1, 25 Junior Playp
Office Help 15 Echo Staff 3.
"There is but one side to him--the good side."
"Tall and lanky, he'll reach great heights. "
'Intelligence is the secret of success. "
'She always puts her best foot forward."
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"Always a good combination--dark hair and
"She may be shy to everyone's eye but she is
a lot of fun."
Orchestra 3, Orchestra President 3.
"Her virtues are many, her faults are few."
Class Council 3, G, A, A, 2, 3,1-Hop Comm. 5
Junior Play Comm.
"A girl who's always out for fun, but when there's
work she gets it done. "
Cheerleader lg Drama Club 2, 3, Drama Club
Secretary-Treasurer 2, 3g F. T.A. 1, 2, 3,
J-Hop Co-Chairman, Orchestra 1,25 Orchestra
Vice -President 2g Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Junior Play
Comm.: Senior Play Comm.
"He possesses keen sense, common sense, and just
a little nonsense."
Audio Club 351-Hop Comm.g Senior Play, Tennis
"She is small but so is a stick of dynamite. "
Class Secretary 2, G,A,A, 1, 2, 3, J-Hop Comm.,
Senior Student Council 3.
"Quietness is the key to success."
"Silence in a woman is an art."
Band 1, 2, F.T.A, 1.2, Senior Play Comm.
"She must be known to be appreciated."
Glee Club lg Drama Club 1.
"Why should 1 labor when the struggles of others
are so entertaining. "
Orchestra 1, 2, 3.
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"ln all ways--one of the best."
Echo Editor 3, F. T.A. 3, G. A.A. 1, 2, J-Hop Comm.,
Junior Play Comm. , Pep Club 2, 3, Publications 2,3,
Senior Class Council, Quill and Scroll 2, 3.
"Natural qualities make her one in a million."
Cheerleader 1, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Homecoming
Court 3, G. A. A. 1, 2, J-Hop Comm., Operetta
1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Senior Play Comm.
"A mighty good fellow with a heart as big as his future.
Junior Play, Senior Class President, Senior Play, Student
ROGER LA MONDRA
"In his humor and grace and mellow, he has proved
a pleasant fellow."
Baseball 2, 3, Hockey 2, Junior Prom Comm. ,
Varsity Club 2, 3.
RUTH LA ROCQUE
"A sweet girl with devilish ways. "
JAMES LAWRIE ,
"For he's a jolly good fellow. "
J-Hop Comm. , Library Staff 1, 2, Senior Play Comm.
"A pretty, friendly girl in every way. "
Cheerleader 1, Class Council 2, Class Vice-President 1,
Homecoming Court 2, Dance Club 2, F. T.A. 1, 2, 3,
G.A. A, 1, 2, J-Hop Comm., Junior Play Comm.,
Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Royalty Court 3, Yearbook Staff 1, 2, 3.
"In his quietness there is mischief. "
I AMES LEURCK
"He profits most who serves best."
Football 1, 2, 3, Junior Play Decorations Chairman,
Sadie Hawkins Decorations Chairman, Senior Play
Decorations Chairman, Track 1, 2, 3.
"Her good nature conquers all. "
F. T. A. 1, 2, 3, Junior Play Comm., Senior Play Comm.
"The kind of a girl the world would be better with
more of. "
"A light-hearted, likeable, logical lad."
Senior Playg Senior Play Comm.
"A woman's heart, like the moon, is always changing
but has a man in it. "
Class Council lg Future Nurses 1, G. A.A. 2g J-Hop
Comm. g Junior Play Comm.: Pep Club 25 Points
Comm. lg Publications 2, 3, Yearbook 1,2, 3.
"His true wealth is his character and mind."
Chorus lg Operetta 25 Quartetg Student Council
"Nice to look at, pleasant to greet, a person anyone
likes to meet. "
"He was full of fun and mischief too, he was always
up to something new."
BRUCE MAC DONALD
"A good sort, a good sport."
Football 35 Student Council 2.
"She puts pep in pepper."
Chorus 2, 3g G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Office Help 3g Operetta
1, 2, 3.
"l'm a smart guy, but l have a hard time proving it. "
"She looks at the bright side rather than the blue. "
"Smile, giggle, laugh and grin, and lots and lots
of friends you'l1 win. "
Chorus 2, 35 F. T. A, 2, 35 G. A.A. 1, 2, 35 Junior
Play5 Operetta 25 Pep Club 1, 25 Points Chairman 35
Senior Play5 Senior Play Comm. 5 Student Council 2.
"Her manner is quiet but don't judge her by it."
"Around the world with radio. "
Visual Aids 2, 3.
"The force of his own merit makes his way. "
MARY ANN MCDONALD
"Behold a heart of gold. "
Future Nurses 1, 2g G.A.A, 1, 25 Pep Club 1, 2.
"His body was made for sports and his personality
Baseball 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Class Council 15
Football 1, 2, 35 J-Hop Comm. 5 Junior Play Comm.
Echo Staff 2, 35 Senior Play Comm. 5 Varsity Club
1, 2, 3.
"Willing to work for success."
Band 1, 2, 35 Dance Band 3.
"He may be small but he's full of the devil in
spite of it all."
"Everyone's friend--you wonder why? He thinks
of more than the one called I."
Basketball Manager 1, 2, 35 Class Council 2, 35
Football 1, 2, 35 J-Hop Comm. 5 Junior Play
Comm.: Varsity Club 3.
"There is no truer truth obtained by man, than
that which comes from music."
Band 1, 2, 35 Dance Band 3.
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"A true girl is she, as merry as can be."
F, T. A. 1, 2, 3, J-Hop Comm., Senior Chorus 1, 2, 3
"A contented fellow is easy to get along with.'
Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, Varsity Club 1, 2,3
"l-ler voice and personality are golden. "
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, Hall Monitor 2, 3
Office Help 2, 3, Operetta 1, 2, 3.
"To know her is to like her."
Band 1, 2, Chorus 2, 3, Drama Club 2,3, F.T.A. 1 2 3
G.A.A. 1,1-Hop Comm.: Junior Play Comm., Operetta
2, 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Senior Play Comm.
"Pretty as cotton candy and twice as sweet."
Chorus 3, Pep Club 3, Senior Play Comm.
"Every girl has her faults and being sweet is hers
"Happy am I--from worries free, why can't others
be happy like me. "
"Always ready with a smile."
G.A. A. 2, 3, J-Hop Comm., Junior Play Comm
Orchestra 1, 2.
"A wonderful friend to have."
Echo Staff 1, 2, Future Nurses 1, 2, Office Help 2
Yearbook Staff 1, 2.
"In her eyes lies the sparkle of sincerity."
F. T. A, 1, 2, 3, F, T. A, Secretary 2, 3, G, A, A
1, 2, J-Hop Comm. , Pep Club 1, 2,
'We only wish there were more like him."
"In the hands of scholars lies the future of the world
Class Council 1gJet Club 1, 2, 33
'Originality needs no props."
Chorus 1, 2,3, Glee Club lg Hall Monitor 2,
Office Help 2, 3, Operetta 1, 2, 3, Senior Movie 3:
Senior Play Comm.
'Swift and shifty on his feet, all around he's hard
to beat. "
Basketball 1, 2, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3
Varsity Club 2, 3.
"A rarity--good nature and red hair."
Class Council 23 G. A. A. 1, 251-Hop Comm.g
Junior Play Comm. 5 Pep Club 1, 2, Senior Play
"Care and I will never agree. "
"Youth comes but once in a lifetime."
"Reaching her goal in a quiet way."
"A soul of sweet delight not to be forgotten."
Future Teachers 2, 331-Hop Comm. g Junior Play
Prompterg Junior Play Comm. : Movie Comm. 9
Pep Club 2, 3: Senior Play Comm. : Senior Prom
"Just as the sun will rise, so will he. "
Band lg Co-Captain Football 3g Drivers' Club
President 3, Football 1, 2, 331-Hop Comm. 5
Junior Playg Royalty Court 3, Senior Play Comm. 5
Varsity Club 2, 3.
"What ever way you figure it, she's got it."
Future Teachers 1, 2, 3, G. A. A. 1, 2, J-Hop Comm.
Junior Play Comm., Pep Club 2, 3, Echo Staff 3,
Livonia Staff 3, Sadie Hawkins 2.
"He is everyone's friend."
IO ANN POWERS
"An innocent face, but you never can tell. "
Senior Play Comm.
"His fountain of good humor never runs dry. "
Band 1, 2, Band Treasurer 1, Chorus 3, Chorus
Business Manager 3, I-Hop Comm., Junior Play,
Senior Class Council, Senior Play, Tennis 2, 3,
"A happy girl with blue eyes beaming, we hope a
world of love is in her pathway teaming."
Chorus 3, Senior Play Comm., Pep Club 3.
"A shining smile to go with her dark eyes and hair.'
Future Nurses 1, 2, Future Nurses President 2, F.T. A
3, J-Hop Comm., Junior Play, Pep Club 2, 3, Senior
Play, Student Council 2.
"As hard to catch as a waiter's eye."
Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Cross Country 3,
Varsity Club 1, 2, 3,
"Something sterling that will stay when gold and
silver rot away."
Band 1, 2, Cheerleader 1, Class Council 3, Dance
Club 1, F, T, A, 1, 2, 3, G. A. A. 1, 2, J-Hop Comm.
Junior Play Comm., Operetta 1, Pep Club 1, 2, Pep
Club Treasurer 2, Student Council 1, Yearbook 2, 3,
"Not a care in the wor1d."
"Worry plays a small part in my life."
"She was made for climbing the tree of knowledge.
Band 1, 2, 3, Forensics 1, 2, 3, F, T. A. 1, Junior Play
Comm. : Library Training 2, Senior Play Comm.
"Natural and nice."
G.A. A, 1, 2, 3, Hall Monitor 2,1-Hop Comm.,
Office Help 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 2,
Senior Play Comm.
"A good disposition is a real asset.
"All great men are dying and l don't feel so well
"Life is wonderful. "
"l find joy in living and laughter."
Baseball 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3.
"No one ever says anything but nice things
about him. "
Class Council 2, J-Hop Comm.
'The mildest manners and the gentlest heart. "
Chorus 1, 2, Junior Play, Senior Play.
"Her charming ways and face make sunshine
in a shady place."
F. T. A. 1, 2, J-Hop Comm., Junior Play
Prompter, Junior Play Comm. , Senior Play Comm.
"The only way to have a friend is to be one. "
"Not that I love study less, but I love fun more."
"The Princess of pep, poise, and personality."
Chorus 2, Class Council 1, Future Teachers 1, 2, 3,
G,A. A. 1, 2, J-Hop Comm., Operetta 2, Pep Club
1, 2, Senior Play Comm., Senior Prom Comm.
"All the world loves an athlete. "
Football 1, 2, 3, Varsity 1, 2, 3.
"Pretty to walk with, witty to talk with, and pleasant
to think about. "
G.A, A, 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, Pep Club President 2,
Future Teachers 1, 2, Homecoming Queen 3,
Royality Court 3.
"To take things as they are, that's my guiding star."
Future Teachers 1, 2, 3, Library Training President 3.
"What little she says, she means every word."
"Although I'm short and not so tall, l'd rather be
short than not at all. "
Library Training 2, Office Help 3.
"Happy and content, she goes her way. "
G. A. A. 1, Junior Play, Office Help.
"Flashing eyes that declare, a happy heart is
Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2, G.A. A. 1, 2,
J-Hop Comm., Future Teachers 1, 2, 3, Sadie
Hawkins, Sr. Play Comm.
"She puts the pep in pepper."
Glee Club 1, Future Nurses 2, Echo sraff 2,
Office Assistantance 2, Yearbook 2.
'Little demons are scarce, take good care of me. "
Cross Country 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3.
"His heart is as true as steel."
Junior Class Council Vice-President, Senior Class
Council Vice -President
"Sincere friendliness unsurpassed."
"Fragile as china, delicate as lace."
Band 1, 2, Chorus 35 Chorus Secretary 3, Class
Council 1, F. T. A. 1, 2, 3, F. T. A. Vice-President 2,
G.A. A. 151-Hop Comm. g Pep Club 1, 2, Royality
Court 3, Senior Play, Senior Play Comm., Senior
Prom Comm. g Student Council 2, 3, Student Council
"I would never dare to show my intelligence. "
J-Hop Comm. 3 Junior Play.
CHARLES ST. JOHN
"He is a nice fellow without a doubt."
"The harder I try, the gooder to be, the worser I
"Always cheerful. "
Junior Play, J-Hop Comm. Q Nurses 1, 23 Pep Club 1.
"Calm, cool and collected."
"The more you know her, the better you like her. "
Band lg G. A.A. lg Hall Monitor 1, 2, junior Play
Comm. g F. H. A. 1, 23 Pep Club 2.
"Her face is fair, her heart is true."
Echo Staff 25 Future Nurses 25 Office Help 25
"Learn to live and live to leam. "
Cross Country 15 Journalism 35 Tennis 3.
"Be it bright or dreary, she is always cheery."
Band 1, 2, 35 Chorus 2, 35 F.T.A. 2:6169 Club 25
Operetta 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 3.
'Good humor is one of the best articles of dress."
Baseball 1,2,85 Basketball 15 Football 2,35 I-Hop
Comm. 5 Junior Play Comm. 5 Senior Play Comm. 5
Varsity Club 1, 2, 3.
'A girl worth knowing."
"A swell guy in anybody's book."
Basketball 1, 2, 3g Golf 1, 2, 35 Football 15 Varsity
Club 1, 2, 3.
"A smile that never wears off."
'I can be serious but l'd rather by gay. "
Baseball 35 Cross Country 35 Traok 2.
"She's an individual with individuality."
Chorus 25 Glee Clubg Future Nurses 1,25 Pep Club
1, 25 Senior Play Comm.
"A petite maid of such fun, forever neat and bright
as the sun."
Chorus 35 Dance Club 1, 2, 35 F.T.A. 1, 2,35 G. A. A. 1
Glee Club 25 J-l-lop Comm.5 Livonia Staff 35 Operetta
1, 25 Pep Club 1, 2, 35 Senior Play Comm.5 Yearbook
'An all around good sport. "
Cross Country 2, 3g Golf 2, 3g Varsity Club 2, 3,
Senior Play Comm.
RONALD VAN KEUREN
"I-Ie's the salt of the earth."
Band 1.2, 3, Dance Band 35 Golf 1, 2,3.
"The mildest manners and the gentlest heart."
Hall Monitor 2.
"As merry as the day is long. "
Movie Club 1.
'Personality is the diamond that scratches every
Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3g Class Council lg J-Hop
Comm. Q Junior Play Comm. Q Echo staff 2, 3.
"Surrounded by an air of worth and friendliness. "
Band 1, 2, 3g Tennis 3.
"Calm on the outside, bubbling on the inside. "
Chairman of Movie and Dance 35 F. T. A. 1, 2, 3,
G.A. A. lg Livonia Staff 3g Junior Play Comm. g
Pep Club 2, 3, Points Comm. 33 Senior Play Comm.:
Yearbook Staff 3.
'He doesn't trouble trouble, until trouble troubles him. "
"A man among men but mostly among women. "
Student Council 3.
"Good natured and always willing to do his part."
Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3g Football 251-Hop Comm.:
Junior Play Comm. 5 Senior Play Comm.
'Behold a heart of gold."
J-Hop Comm. , Junior Play Comm. , Senior Play
"She is a rose without a thom."
G. A. A, 1, 2, Hall Monitor 2, J-Hop Comm.,
Junior Play Comm. g Office Help 3, Pep Club
"Sunny as a summer day, a friend to all who
come her way."
"You can always spot a champ."
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Class Council 3, Golf 1, 2, 3,
Varsity Club 1, 2, 3.
"Life is my college, may I graduate well. "
J-Hop Comm. , Junior Play Comm. 5 Pep Club 1.
"Always spic and always near, a nicer girl you'll
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Dance Club 1, 2, 3,1-Hop Comm.,
Junior Play Comm., Office Help 3, Operetta 1, 2, 3,
Senior Play Comm.
His intelligence is excelled only by his sincerity. "
'A congenial fellow is he."
'A good heart is better than all the heads in the world."
Camera Club 2, Movie Club 1, 2,3, Movie Club President
3, Radio Club 2.
" 'Poise'--she has it."
"There is no wisdom like frankness. "
"Don't slam your mind in my face."
Junior Playg Track 1, 2, Wrestling 3.
"l am not content with what is sufficient. "
RIC HARD WOOD
"I'm happy--what's wrong with the rest of the
J-Hop Comm. 5 Junior Play, Track 2, 3.
"As an easy going fellow he will reach the heights
of success. "
Basketball 2, 3: Varsity Club 2, 3.
'A winning smile, pleasingway, genial, friendly,
bright and gay. "
Chorus 1: GAA 1, 2g Glee Club 2, FTA 1: I-Hop
Comm. 3 Junior Play Comm. g Operetta 15 Pep
Club 1, 2g Yearbook Staff 2.
'Independence captures recognition."
"There is no good in arguing with the inevitable."
Basketball 1, 2, 3, J-Hop Comm. g Junior Play:
Varsity Club 2, 3.
"A little work, a little play, what a guy he'l1 make
Band 1, 2.
DONALD RUDNIC KI
"A good joke is always needed to make people laugh.
"She's eamest and gay in a capable way. "
'Better to be small and shine than to be tall and
cast a shadow."
SENIORS AT HOME Tymg up the hne
The last touch before school for Vern
Begmmng the day by crankmg the A
B1g day b1g breakfast lmle gal
No mormng blues wlth a smxle hke Pat s
Books needed too study sesslon under way
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Everyone is curious about the happenings in the locker The Semol' 5 Candi' helps 'hem to Washington
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classes. 47 Fingers, up, wrists straight, Pink and Ron.
SENIORS AT W ORK AND PLAY Oh forget the calories it s
It s hard to keep stocked during the animal fad
Dave and Shirley are hurrying to catch the first feature. What s Ralph doing in the Notion department?
Beginning plans for the Washington Trip. 48 Rock n' Roll session at seven.
If thls goes we go'
That s our Rov'
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Remember these days?
Lewis Brooke 8: Nancy Carlson
Jim Leurck 8a Jackie Bailey
Through their high
school years these stu-
dents have shown an out-
Cathi Marshall Kc Graham Mclntyre
Pat Allworth 8: Ken Bourgon
Carroll Leavitt, Dave Proctor Sc
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Pat Furmanek 8: Marty Centala
qualities, their class-
mates elected them as
Ted Regal 8a Sandra Hall
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
Brian Hotchkiss 8: Bonnie Steele
Donna Oak, Ron English Sc Ron Smith
Jerry Waskelis 8s Colleen Reid
Dave Clemens 8a Linda Schaffer
BEST FIGURE St PHYSIQUE
Bob Saukko 81 Carol Henrickson
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Shown while they are discussing one of the major events of the year, the Junior
Prom, are the Junior Class officers, From left to right: Dee Manzagol, Point Co-
Chairmang Delores Plumbley, Vice-President: Don Pierce, President: Mary Lou
Thacker, Point Co-Chairmang and Liz Gaiffe, Secretary. Absent is Claude Williams
FIRST ROW: B. Jamieson: T. Jensen: S. Woigdka: B. Gow: M. Miles: M. Vieth. SECOND ROW: E. Matuscak: D
Marsh: B. Baldwin: S. Fugate: C. Brown. THIRD ROW: J. Setser: P. Burrell: S. Whitson: R. Ellis: A. Deslippeg C
Fox. FOURTH ROW: B. Nob16:J. Campbell: J. Bock: D. Randall: J. Albrecht: A. Fedus: R. Boyd: T. Schmitz.
Camera Shy: M. Creedon: M. Griffin: L.A. Hembree: T. Lettich: J. Orsini: D. Palmer.
FIRST ROW: J. Harmon: A. Perzy: L. Stewart: J. Ryan: M. Alger: S. Conatser. SECOND ROW: N. Tresh: B. Nagel
S. Van Bynen: E. Gaiffe: A. Morgan. THIRD ROW: A. Cotter: D. Bennett: K. Postlethwait: R. Parker: 1. Syme:
A. Pulice. FOURTH ROW: J. Marsh: S. McCane: E. Baxter: J. Newberg: D. Evelandg J. Hudson: R. Gorski: A.
Shay, Camera Shy: D. Stan: J. Bertelsen: E. Bishop: R. Day: M. McPherson: J. Nickles: R. Vowles.
FIRST ROW: B. Searlesg A. Stropeg K. Custard. N. Braccinag R. Grechg P. Adamowicz. SECOND ROW: B. Stone
J. Vaurexg L. Wilsong I. Lynn. J. Sobieckp J. Raymond. D. Winget. THIRD ROW: C. LaFomaineg A. Michelson.
F. Waltersg A. Bisseyg J. Lindstromg V. Thomasg FOURTH ROW: B. Greene. L. Cox. B. Hoppsg T. Doolittleg
T. Snareyg J. Cresmang C. Pribbanow. Camera Shy: D. Petrucellig S. Elliot: B. Hoff.
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FIRST ROW: R. McCarthy: M. Grant: M. Lucas: S. Jerore: J. Steinhoff: V. Spaulding. SECOND ROW:
S. Axford: N. Williams: P. Rosendahl: T. Robinson: C. Crandall: K. Friess: C. Lester. THIRD ROW: I.
Johnson: R- Reed: B. Porter: J. Engle: G. Gunniss: W. Schulz: A. Prochnow: M. Epley. Camera Shy:
D. Wall: J. Swindlehursr: E. Bagnell: I. Blades: L. Burke: G. McGerty: D. Plumleyg R. Remy: L. Wohlmurhg
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J. Schmidt: R. Kessler: D. Pierce: N. Streeter:-I. Bakka: R. Melosh. THIRD ROW: J. Jacobs: J. Werstine:
J. Mullag E. Erickson: M. Wiegand: D. Manzagolg I. Brooke. FOURTH ROW: J. Fernandez: L. Braund: G. Hoff-
mari! R. Hi11:R- Clafki M. H00d: C. Darr. Camera Shy: H. Wood: J. Craig: M. Javor: K. Sanders.
FIRST ROW: A. Myers: J. Gannon: G. Barker: P. Widmer: J. Cady: B. Higgins. SECOND ROW: K. Hartsoe:
B. Lloyd: A. Henny: S. Manning: R. Busenbark: M. Watchko: W. McCann. THIRD ROW: J. Herndon: A. Ruckstahlg
R. Kappen: E. Goodwe11:J. Morey: C. Hoff: M. We11s:N. Ahrens. FOURTH ROW: P. Bush: B. Fernandez:
R. Grandellg J. Wallace: B. Bender: L. Hatch: R. Bogotay: K. Fairbanks. Camera Shy: L. Massey: R. Payton:
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M. Lorrimer: K. Edwards: M. Hartmann: E. Combag M. Ericson: G. Gokay. THIRD ROW: D. Degenhardt:
B. Sowders: V. Wilson: N. Grant: R. Kartesg W. Dunn. FOURTH ROW: E. Stephens: J. Vogt: R. Bender:
R. Grandel: R. Rogers. Camera Shy: W. Brooks: B. I-'ustong R. Malcolm: L. Posner: N. Roffey.
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J. Speck: R. Gartley: D. Dubpernellg L. Monat. THIRD ROW: R. Volway: R. Wolfram: J. McCIenaghen: K. Geiser
M. Kramer: G. Witt. FOURTH ROW: W. Herndon: L. Pickles: J. Smith: C. Williams: D. Woods
Camera Shy: Joan Spencer: Jim Sheets: J. Gagnier
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FIRST ROW M Mead I Hrghland D Krzywkowskig L. Baughg J. McCreadieg C. Sowers. SECOND ROW:
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FIRST ROW: F. Doyle: S. Marsh: M. Mulchi: B. Wednieski: I. Holland: J. Phillips. SECOND ROW: D. Bates
P. Maltby: J. Me1one:P. Farguhar: J. Maki. THIRD ROW: L. George: T. Lau: D. Wallace: C. Koszegi: R.
Paro: I. O'Arma. FOURTH ROW: G. Martin: A. Young: I. Browning: J. Doolittle. Camera Shy: M. Carroll:
B. Driver: C. Gokay: R. Hayes: T. Kelly: N. Landau: J. Morrell: S. Precobb: B. Redirxg: T. Richard: J.
Solberg: D. Tartoni: J. Trunzo: D. Wilson.
FIRST ROW: D. Kitsman: K. Christensen: J. Bowers: L. Zick: C. Frankiewicz, J. Bullard: S. Solack. SECOND
ROW: H. Hembrough: D. White: H. Markowich: G. Sparks: D. Vandersloot: D. Mansell: F. Brown. THIRD ROW:
E. Dillon: E. Cicciarelli: P. Castle: D. Rucker: J. Cohoe: D. Pustelnik. Camera Shy: I. Carson: S. Cook: R. Cowder
I. Duminskeg P. Lynch: L. Martino: K. Mau: N. McIntyre: C. McKeon: J. Merek: K. Nordstrom: D. Pearse:
R. Pierson: S. Smith.
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FIRST ROW: P. Grusendorf: S. Graham: C. Conard: J. Daugherty: M. Golumbeski. SECOND ROW:
I. Noble: R. Hellier: L. Stone: S. Parcher: M. Braund: G. Gage. THIRD ROW: K. Coultong L. Benson:
R. Lefevre: F. McCullough: K. Maclviorran. Camera Shy: J. Curvin: W. Glatfeller: R. Haehn: R. Larenzen:
T. Parker: W. Parker: J. Payton: G. Schmidt: D. Sneary: B. Suchner.
FIRST ROW: R. O'Brien: N. Skees: A. Haffner: L. Richards: M. Johnson. SECOND ROW: J. Thiebeaultg
C. Taylor: M. Smith: R. Pelkey. THIRD ROW: T. Gaubis: D. Knaffleg A. Nikisch: D. Benedict: H. Hood:
D. Meinzingerg D. Sammons: J. Lough: G. Johnston: J. Thibaultg W. Sparks: M. Hilton: W. Fedus: R. Frontiera
D. Hamilton: E. Henneman: K. Koehler: J. Macintosh: W. Roberts.
FIRST ROW: E. Jacobs: M. Sommerman: J. Tracy: S. Wisniewski: M. Tresh: K. Burnett. SECOND ROW:
L. Maki: S. Lettich: L. Lynas: K. Boutwellp A. Hensley. THIRD ROW: B. Lucasgl. Starong L. Fahleg J. Muir:
B. Watson: C. Jennen, FOURTH ROW: T. Romanow: A. Smith: R. Passeno: J. Nickles. Camera Shy:
A. Duncan: G. Frazer: T. Gallagher: J. I-Ialstedg J. Hernden: G. Hethg J. Hickox: C. Keliherg G. McCain:
L. McConnell: N. Pe1zer:P. Petrucellig D. Stickelsg M. Tresh.
FIRST ROW E Heath K Hood D Sawka B Smekal P McCumby S Hovey SECOND ROW: D Valenu
S Turner S Herrrngton C Hammersley J Faues S Glass D Beaune THIRD ROW l AmosgC Schulz W
Grrardm B Fuhst L Co111ns W Aubert A Rowland R Bourgon FOURTH ROW C Pariseaug P. Grrsmer
J Anderson G Kmg L Anschuetz R Bombach Camera Shy D Andrews S Burk M Feeneygl Hepler
R l1t1s D Melosh A Nulph C Zumch
FIRST ROW I Cloce P Wmget S Cook J Prme N Barley C Rrckert SECOND ROW: T. Chetkovlch
P Holmes T Parker C Feldman M Bates P French I Graser THIRD ROW J Johnsong N. I-Iertenstem
H Fr1ck W Lmcoln N Bass J Cesarz FOURTH ROW L Wllson D Petzold J Wl111Sg R. Gabel D Cook
I Anderson Camera Shy M Barents W Aratan J Randazzo D Hermann W Albert R. McNamee
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J. Steinhoffg A. Lambertg B. Elandtg M. Jahn. THIRD ROW: S. Coffs-eg M. Whireg K. Erbacherg J. Skypeckg
A. Young. G. Clark. FOURTH ROW: C. Bourneg G. Banclelowg F. Peet. R. Johnson. R. Chaplin. Camera Shy
L. Barnesg D. Chubbg N. Dudzikg R. Engleharrg T. Grimmg D. Grossg H. Hollisterg M. Morathg J. Wallace.
G. Wolanskig G. Winiarskig D. Zoedak.
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the learning of new Spanish words.
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L. Teichman: V. Bonk: D. Lovett: J. Steele: J. Kay: L. Skypeck. THIRD ROW: J. Kottke: B. Edwards: M. Bergero
G. Schilinski: A. Gentry: C. Volk: M. Martin. FOURTH ROW: J. Sturgeon: D. Hauptman: C. Loucks: M. Hunt
R. Jefferson: R. Walkiewicz. FIFTH ROW: G. Hotchkiss: P. Lockwood: D. Shailor' W. Schnell- R. Gauss' G. Davis
H. Yancey. Camera Shy: T. Grech: R. Pascoe: G. Stowell: S. Witt
FIRST ROW: S. Owens: B. O'Nei1: J. Tartoni: P. Prang, R. Imonen: O. LaMay. SECOND ROW: C. Stamnitz
P. Varhol: D. Choban: J. Reich: D. Harris: J. Taylor: D. Rand. THIRD ROW: J. Scowden: D. Lane: K. Henry
M. Pope: J. Ringlerg P. Wells. FOURTH ROW: J. Faloon: S. Clark: M. Keras: P. Leslie: R. Spicer. FIFTH ROW
K. Durbin: D. Wendt: J. Waterson: B. Reed: J. Rose: D. Livingston. Camera Shy: J. Blout: D. Currie: R. Dnnne
L. Jacobs: M. Severson: J. Winiarski: N. Winiarski
FIRST ROW: E. McPhersong J. Gilmoreg B. Hallg J. Howardg J. Jamieson: B. Kendeigh. SECOND ROW:
S. Lewisg M. Boweng F. Eadieg B. Norrisg G. Grar1tgC. Kunkelg J. Plumley. THIRD ROW: T. Evelandg
M. Mayerg C. Cook: J. Jarzombekg J. Sudnikg M. Dearing. FOURTH ROW: S. Gaston. G. Bymeg C. Poole
R. Wiegandg G. Zambiasig B. Browng D. Bouffordg C. Marevia.
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FIRST ROW: C. Precobb: J. Keene: S. Wallace: K. Larsen: K. Lubig: J. Custard. SECOND ROW: M. McCann
R. Ahrens: K. Brockman: J. Ewald: J. Mc Vicar: B. Rowland: J. Powell. THIRD ROW: R. Valenti: L. Jacobs:
A. Burns: J. Bonfonre: J. Wilson: B. Carson: S. Benson: T. Jackman. FOURTH ROW: S. Tarrow:D. Malcolm:
J. Godfrey: D. Hopps: L. Salo: R. Albrecht: J. Reddy: E. Bastion: J. Ruth.
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FIRST ROW: J. Workman: J. Reid: J. Thieben: C. Garsh: C. Slangee: L. Ford. SECOND ROW: L. Karr:
D. Berry: B. Button: G. Haase: R. Robinson: G. Moore: D. Keller. THIRD ROW: J. Mazwkewich: G. Parker:
T. Noble: P. Carson: L. Borgia: A. Fenolio: F. Dicken: P. Cross. FOURTH ROW: C. Margan: G. Gibson:
J. Hicks: C. Pulfer: T. Humpert: B. Miles: S. Kettke: J. Bohm: R. Ross: T. Brightbill: R. Paul. Camera Shy:
J. Bryant: J. Burke: G. Bates: S. Sinclair: J. Sabo.
FIRST ROW: L. Lada. P. Pikeg J. Staples: 1. Eidtg S. Loweryg P. Gray. SECOND ROW: P. I-Iermang E. Blades
J. Harrisonp L. Wellsg R. Whitehead: R. Gagnon. B. Schine. THIRD ROW: M. Wolfeg D. Ionesg N. Aminog
V. Bawsesg E. Buxton: J. Kershaw. FOURTH ROW: A. Wilsong G. Repkag B. Meachamg E. Biggsg B. Darrg
J. Barlowg R. Moore. FIFTH ROW: B. Browng D. Firxchg C. Hanseng J. Hunt.
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FIRST ROW: R. Coolman: A. Fullagerg C. Montgomery: L. Breed: F. Smith: R. Harden. SECOND ROW: D. Tray-
cik: F. Cummins: G. Shaw: W. Hayes: B. Axford: D. McKernan: B. Long. THIRD ROW: M. Richards: J. Wocken
fuss: J. Brown: R. Kedney: A. Horton: V. Parmenter. FOURTH ROW: C. Brey: S. Hall: R. Pierce: C. Roose:
M. Kintigh. FIFTH ROW: K. Common: G. Whitson, G. Vowels:R. Draper: G. Palonen: I. Paul. Camera Shy:
J. Fowler: A. Klein: J. Passmore: S. Tarrow: E. Wild: G. Wallace:
FIRST ROW P Moms R LaChance D Barrette L Broskey G Halstead G Trombley SECOND ROW
I Marchand L Marun R Baker G Godlewskx M Fmch THIRD ROW D Buckmgham T Kessler
N Westfall L Cotter J Jordan N Hartsell FOURTH ROW I Day C Alverson P Swlft C Courllard
P Bowen C Lay D Perzyk FIFTH ROW L Herbert R Lowry B Burkett A Paprneau G Graye
M Mutzelburg Camera Shy J Brandon R Degenhardt D Esper K Kennedy L Nerghbor J Suskl
FIRST ROW: R. Leuandowskig G. Lindsayg P. Blackbumg N. Trappg C. VanKeureng J. Kikhoefel. SECOND ROW:
G. Rodgers. R. Fishbachg R. Doolittlep B. l-lendersong C. Allan. THIRD ROW: C. Clossg G. Forsythg P. Vaupelg
R. Granag A. Pooleg N. Westfall. FOURTH ROW: K. l-larteg J. Northg J. Belcherg T. Packerg C. Andrewsg
C. Potoczakg C. Rutlnicki. Camera Shy: T. Bakery D. Deang C. Parkg P. Paulsong F. Pravatog R. Premeg
R. Rennoldsg J. Saurg J. Sommermang L. Staplesg B. Tethofg B. Walkiewicz.
Arlene and Ken ponder the
possibilities of Algebra.
The shop class works on its projects
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Mr Rowan Sponsor C Prccobh G Kleabxr C Prnzarre S Marsh S Cook, P, Blackburn, B. Steele, Secretary,
J Coatta Mrss Gurllod Sponsor SECOND ROW D Keller J Zarembskr S, Gadison, J, Burrell, L. Benson, S.
Harrmgton S Elliot I Bonfonte S Clark IN Ahrens C Branch THIRD ROW: K. Bourgon, D. Alger, L. Brooke,
D Thompson B Wedreskr R Lohn Presrdent J Fernandez Vice Pres1clent,D. Nobel, S, Papineau, J. Staron, B.
ll l0ll TUIIENT UIIU UIL
The Student Council, representing
every organization and producing an
effective means of communication, is
the main link between students and
faculty. Taking worthy opinions of
students, the council also maintains
supervision over student's activities
The officers inspect one of their projects, the improved
FIRST ROW: C. Marshall, B. Lewis, T, Kwasny, Mr, Rotrock, Sponsorg P. Furmanek R Smith SECOIND ROW
I. Kendeigh, B. Kometh, G. Whitener, D, Proctor, L. McMil1ian, P, Allworth, K Bradfute
In the last year of school the
senior class council puts forth the
greatest effort toward executing
class activities and sales projects
such as: halloween candy sales,
magazine drive, christmas cards,
Senior Play, and Senior Prom,
While they enjoy working on these
projects, they also learn leader-
ship and co-operation,
Bonnie, and John discuss Christmas cards with Mr
Shirley and Dave inspect the Halloween candy.
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Continuing to work together, the
Junior Class co-operates in many
activities during the year, Among
them are the Sadie Hawkins Dance,
Junior Prom, several sock hops and
the Junior Play, Not only do they
receive enjoyment out of their activi
ties, but they also learn the quality of
LEFT TO RIGHT FIRST ROW M L Thacker D Plumley D P1erce, E. Gaiffe, C. Williams. SECOND ROW: Miss
Dernorest D Manzagol I Spencer J Campbell M Wells M, Ericson, V. Thomas. THIRD ROW: B. Baldwin,
S Van Bynen MISS M Marlow Mr Alder J Fernandez K Friess, K. Fairbanks,
t0l'IIOMOIlIl CIA. S
The Sophomore Class Council is one of
the first experiences students have with
class government, Working and planning to
gether they sponsor the Spring Dance, a
soc hop, and balloon sales. Thus they
acquire the knowledge needed to put on
Diane, Jackie, Linda, Brian, and Ed work on one of
their class projects, selling balloons,
FIRST ROW: E. Jacobs, J. Berryman, J. Malone, B. Fuhst, S. Herrington, G. Schmidt, J. Phillips. SECOND ROW: C.
Hammersly, B, Beech, B. Aratari, S. Potazak, E. Cicciarelli, S. Lavigne, J. Steinhoff. CAMERA SHY: D. Bates, J.
Noble, Mrs. Chandler, Sponsor.
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BOTTOM ROW: Mrs. French, Librarian, B. Bower,J. Lawrie, J. Hritzkowin, K. Seelinger, Mrs. Hilbert,
Librarian. SECOND ROW: S, Clark, J. Zarenbski, S. Roark. THIRD ROW: N. Robbery, C. Darr, J. Perzyk,
B. Sparks, F. Leurck, D. Deplace. FOURTH ROW: J. Lough, M. Loth, A. Fedus, C. Hembree, J, Lindstrom,
D. Benedict, B. Walkiewicz. This organization greatly aids the Librarian and the students by keeping our
library running smoothly.
UFFICE ASSISTA TS
BOTTOM ROW: C. Pariseau, J. Cotta, C. Liggat, B. Clark, S. Widmer, S. Mensch, L. Rickert. SECOND ROW:
C. Hackenbruck, J. Mahfley. J. Bonfante, M, Beckman, M. Robinson, B, Bauer, G. Beaune. THIRD ROW: B,
Cole, P. Furrnanek, R. English, Mr. England, Sponsor, B. Westfall, S. Philp. Students taking the office practice
course are often seen working industriously in our principal's office. Here they practice the functions connected
with this line of work,
FIRST ROW: Mrs. Fowler, Sponsorg N. Tresh, Secretaryg C. Branch, Presidentg B. Baker, Vice-President: F.
Doyle. SECOND ROW: B. Davis, B. Spencer, B. Stone, B. Gardner, D. Valenti, R. Fronteira, Mrs. Blanchard,
Nurse. THIRD ROW: S. Widrner, M. Watchko, M. Lucas, G. Grundy, L. Baugh, B. Tethof, B. Dee, FOURTH
ROW: D. Kaiser, C. Taylor, K. Coulton, M. Smith, J. Wilson, E. McCullough, C. Zunich.
Mrs. Blanchard puts a sling on Nancy as Betty assists
her. Carolyn and Mrs. Fowler look on.
F 'PURE UIRSES
The nursing profession is an
honorable one on which the health
of the nation greatly depends. The
girls who join this club are acquaint-
ed with some nursing duties by assist-
ing the school nurse and working in
the health room, In this way they are
preparing themselves for a worth-
FIRST ROW: K. Marshall, B. Ruth, B. Fuston, J. Raymond, M. I-lemyer, D. Oak, C. LaFontaine, K. Friess
Donalson, L. Allen. SECOND ROW: M. Anderson, J. Harmon, J. Holland, P. Widmer, B. Stone M
H. Goodbold, C. Leavitt. THlRD ROW:J. Markham, C. Shuring, C. Spicer, C. Gilliam, E. Rose, J. Watson S
K. Bradfute, L. Alexander. FOURTH ROW: L. Gaiffe, M. Ericson, K. Grundy, B. Baldwin, C. Fox, C. Kilburn C
B. Kometh. FIFTH ROW: S. Clark, E. Matuscak, S. Brown, N. Carlson, P. Allworth, M. Mino, R. Raymond E '
The Future Teachers Club
stresses the importance of
cultivating the essential qualities
of being a good teacher. This
activity also gives the members
of the club a chance to express
their ideas on education and to
use modern teaching methods.
Officers, Carolyn, Donna, Ron and
Maureen meet with Mr. Syerson.
Streeter, J. Trombley, B. Lewis, D. Tubbs,
bMcNic0l, B. Dee, B. Steele, J.Bai1y, C. Reid,
Bellinger, M. Watchko, M. Henderson, R. Taylor,
Bennett, R. Busenbark, B. Bentley, M. Thacker,
. Pribbanow, G. McCaine, N. Ahems, M. Wiegand,
FUT lil! TEACHER
Janice and Joyce discuss with Nancy,
Karen, and Betty future activities of
Nancy helps her classmates with their
Mr, Morris explains a passage in a musical selection Lu Ann, Ron, Martha, and Judy practice tone
to Susan, Martha, and Ruth Ann. quality as a unit.
Ei lllll HIGH IIRUHE. TM
Beautiful music flows from the Bentley High
Concert Orchestra not only at public functions,
such as the annual Christmas and spring con-
certs, but also in their daily practice sessions.
The director, Mr, Donald Morris, tries to bring
out the qualities of each section,
FIRST ROW: S, Coffee, S. Precobb, J. Morey, S. McCane, A. Horton, L. Hembre, D. Slater, R, Busenbark, D.
Kollak, SECOND ROW: B. Dee, M. Keliher, J. Thieben, M. Partridge, B. Henderson, B. Meacham, D. Bennett,
M. Mead, R. Ellis, N. Skeis, J. Willis. THIRD ROW: Mr. Morris, Director, C. Henry, L. Skypeck, N. Carlson, G.
Whellock, A. Klein.
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FIRST ROW:J. Faloor., A. Deslippe, B. Engle, R. Van Kueren. SECOND ROW: A. Young. I. McNeil, C. Mc-
Kellar, B. Aratarri, I. Herdon, R, Wolfram, R. Noble, W. Hoegy. STANDING: Mr. Page, Directorg R. Walker
DA CE BA D
Composed of outstanding members of the Bentley High
School Band, this group entertains at various functions,
Their rendition of popular pieces are one of the remembered
highlights of our social activities.
THING 0 ARTET
Members of the Bentley High Concert Orchestra make
up these groups, Through working together at performances
they try to advance their study of music.
SEATED: R. Busenbark, N. SRCCS. STANDING: B. SEATED: D. Kollak, J. Willis. STANDING: S.
Dee, M. Keliher. Precobb, S, Coffee.
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Julie Dennis and Gail discuss the lay out of a
page in the paper
The main purpose of the publica
tions staff 1S to keep the students in
formed of the happenings connected
with the school This is done by the
means of a monthly newspaper and
by submitting written copy to the
STANDING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: B Kometh Editor' J. Waskelis .
Bailey E. Neilson G. Mclntyre Mr. Comstock Sponsor. SEATED FROM
LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Donaldson G. Lockwood, B. Bauer.
IJVU ll STAFF
FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: V. Thomas D. Proctor, K.
Chordich J. Trombley J. Watson C, Pribbanow,
Quill and Scroll the International
Honorary Society for High School Journal-
ists, was organized for the purpose of
rewarding individual achievement in the
journalistic field Candidates must be re-
commended by an, advisor and have corn-
pleted some phase of superior written work.
FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Kometh J. Bailey.
SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: G. Lockwood, co-Editors--C. Reid, A R
J. Bailey, C. La Fontaine, C. Leavitt, M. Lewis. STANDING: 1
J. Brooke, V. Thomas, S. Marsh, E. Matuscak, K. Friess, C.
Fox, M. Wiegand, J. Gannon. CAMERA SHY: L. Alexander,
J. Trombley, J. Watson.
Linda sells an ad to one of the sponsors.
The staff of the '56 Pioneer spends
many hours in preparation of the lay-
outs, pictures, copy of the annual. It
is a year-long job, but very rewarding.
To promote sales they put on an assem-
bly and dance in the fall. An added feature
this year was the Royalty Romp, which
the staff sponsored.
Colleen, Gail, and Jackie discuss one ofthe layouts to be used in
Sandy, Elaine, and Joyce sell a subscription to a
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FIRST ROW: J. Maclntyre, N. Streeter, S. Jerore, V. Spaulding, M. Anderson, S. Conatser, D. Proctor, M. Hemeyer, A Prydz
B. Steele, K. Bourgon, I. Carson, M. Johnson, P. LaMoth, A. Perzy, J. Donaldson, H. Campbell, Mrs. Mepyans, Director
SECOND ROW: A. Lambert, J. Raymond, J. Grazer, C. Marshall, M. Herderson, J. McNicol, B. Spercer, C. Fox, M. Hartman,
T. Preister, C. Smith, J. Trombley, H. Goodbold, L. Allen, S. Mensch, S. Widmer, B. Baker. THIRD ROW: S. Brown, C
Gilliam, C. Hart, B. Tethof, C. Pariseau, J. Mahrley, P. Bachman, P. Farquhar, B. Clark. FOURTH ROW: B. Beach, K
Rickert, J. Bowers, D. Noble, M. Michelson, C. Pribbanow, D. Wall, B. Elandt, K. Bradfute, A. Rowland, A. Duncan, D
Mackinde, L. Wilson, H. Hawley, R. Boyd, D. Benedict. FIFTH ROW: J. Mickles,C. Branch, D. Goudey, G. Martin, B
Anderson, V. Wilson, S. Roark, M. Robinson, I. Oja, R. Taylor, S. Glass, J. Burkholder, M. Malki, C. Zunich, V. Halstead
T. Schmitz, J. Faries, L. Staples, W. Roberts, N. Markly, D. Chubb, L. McConnell, J. Bock.
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These talented singing
groups, under the direction
of Mrs. Jacqueline Mepyans
are well known for their
activities which include the
operetta, the Christmas pro-
gram and the Spring concert.
They participate in the 6-B
League District Festival each
Spring, Through these pro-
grams the members learn the
basic fundamentals of choral
Mrs, Mepyans directs the chorus officers in a selection
NINTH GRADE GLEE ULUB
FIRST ROW: V. Bocks, K. Smith, N. Hartsell, P.
Wells, G. Halstead, J. Kickofell, R. Collman, P.
Blair, L. Ford. SECOND ROW: I. Workman, I.
Howard, C. Campbell, J. Staples, K. Brachman,
N. Trapp, G. Haase, D. Davis, C. Allen, S.
Wilkins, T. Jackman. THIRD ROW: A, Fenolia,
C. Cook, J. Steele, M. Wolfe, P. Leslie, I. Boyce,
F. Dickey, M. Richards, J. Ewald, L. Jacobs.
FOURTH ROW: R. Robinson, C. Matevia, S. Kale,
K. Hart, S. Benson, A, Harton, J. Pepka, J.
Sommerman, B. Carson, G. Gibson, V. Parmenter,
Mrs. Mepyans, Sponsor.
UUMBI ED GLEE ULUB
FIRST ROW: J. Patterson, M. Sommerman, J. Berryman, R. Boutwell. SECOND ROW: M. Sparks, C. Conerd, S.
Graham, S. Turner, R. lmomen, P. McCumber, D. Pierce. THIRD ROW: J. Caster, R. Clair, B. Kedney, L. Herbert,
J. Middlewood, E. Heath, L. Baugh, D. Krzywkowski, D. Kaiser, 1. Setser. FOURTH ROW: E. Lewis, D. Beaune, S.
Papineau, I. Wilson, U. Mansell, R. Albrecht, L. Anscbuetz, I. Willis, M. Miller, B. Heizman, S. Precobb. FIFTH
ROW: M. Morath, K. Postlethwait, I. Brandon, H. Mardowich, R. Gill, P. Castle, D. Rucker, J. Anderson, B. Kellogg
D. Vandersloot, Mrs. Mepyans, Director. 39
Jerry, John, Dick, and Leslie examine the working
parts of a projector.
As a service organization, the
Visuals Aids Club shows movies for
the many different classes, It is
responsible for ordering and mail-
ing this audio-visual material,
FROM LEFT TO RIGHT-D Alger J Roose D Kinner Mr Hoa
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Sponsor, B, Hotchkiss.
FIRST ROW: Mr. Lewis, Sponsor, J. Campbell, Treasurerg D. Willman,
President: J. Newburg, Vice-President, L. Borgia, Secretary. SECOND
ROW: G. Witt, D. Marquis, R. Parker, J. Bailey, Mr. Harrsig, Sponsor.
THIRD ROW: D. chobain, D. Wendt, D. Goudey, B. Briegel, B. Wilson
G. Gokay. FOURTH ROW: D. Thompson, K. Navarre, D. Pope, L.
Staples, N. Pane, R. Boyd. CAMERA SHY: T. Law, J. Bonfante, D.
Harris, B. Fuston, J. Middlewood, I. Bock, J. Speck, D. Park, J. Al-
bright, M. Centala, T. Brightbill.
The Audio Club is known as a behind the
scenes service. The members take care of
all lighting and public address systems at
plays, assemblies, and various other school
Nancy, Jack, Barbara, and Joyce, winners in last
spring's district contests, talk over future plans.
Students who have speaking
ability may enter forensic con-
tests held each spring in the
school, There are five divisions:
interpretive reading, declamation,
humorous reading, oratory, and
extemporaneous s eaking, The
winner in each fieijd goes to the
district contest where he competes
against others in the 6-B League,
Winners from the district go to
the regional contest, Joyce Ray-
mond won the regional contest in
declamation last spring.
Rhea Ann and Nancy find the places on the globe
they have vtslted
FIRST ROW: W. Engle, S. Cook, M. Miller, G. Clark, D. Slater, B. Button, R. Spicer, V.
1. Albrecht, G. Moore, M. Mead, B. Heizman, R. Ellis, L. Alexander, B. Meacham, C.
J. Hcrdon, I. Harmon, T. Robinson, L. Mansell, M. Bowen, L. Averitt, R. Van Keuren, A
R. Wolfram, R. Noble, C. Roose, A. Young, W. Hoegy.
The officers of band meet for a conference.
They are, from left to right, seated: Bonnie, Custodian,
Betty, Treasurer: Mary Lou, Secretary. Standing: Bill,
President, Ron E. , Co-Manager, Walter, Vice-Presidentg
Ron W. , Co-Manager.
The Bentley High School Senior Band
is well known and respected as a result
of their excellent appearance at the
district festival last spring. Throughout
the year, they are seen participating in
various school activities. Probably the
most noted is their marching at football
games. During concert season the band
is heard at the Christmas and Spring
concerts as well as assemblies and
Clark, L. Hembree, A. Hensley, B. Lewis. SECOND ROW: D, Watchko, D. Bennett, N. Richards,
ROW: J. Bailey, M. Pope, K. Larsen, F. Eadie, R. Durham, M. Hunt, B. Aratarri, C. McKellar,
rk. FOURTH ROW: M. Thacker, L. Benson, J. McCreadie, J. Herden, R. Walker, J. Saur,
Marcia, Mike, Ron, Walter and Joe, members of the brass section,
tune up before a rehersal.
The section leaders from the reed family combine their voices.
They are, from left to right, seated: Bonnie, Carol, Betty, Bill
Standing: Don, Ron, Dorothy, Linda.
JET CL IJ
The Junior Engineering Training for
Schools Club is comprised of students
who are interested in the various fields
of the engineering profession,
Mr. Jennings points our a part of a motor to the club. THEY
ARE FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Walker, B. Engle, M. Centala,
W, Hoagy, R. Parker, Mr. Jennings, Sponsor.
ll I F U B Martin, Mr. Jennings, Bill, and Walter discuss a club project.
Members of the Local Chapter of the National Rifle association learn the basic
fundamentals of marksmanship and the safe use of the rifle. After the completion
of a rifle range, they plan to practice the techniques of shooting
FIRST ROW J Godfrey N Pane D Wetterstrom L Cook A Young H Hood D Sawka R Held D Snarry
D Vandersloot SECOND ROW L Humpert,J Doolittle J Staron N Ba1ley,J Anderson S McGraw, C
Hendrickson, D Manzagol R. lmomen, E Heath THIRD ROW F Provato J Hernden, B McNamee D Knaftle
B. Glatfelter, G. Bandala, B. Albert M. Tresh. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Jennings, Sponsor: T. Parker, J. Fraser .
Cohoe, R. Hellier, T. Parker, G. Martin. FIFTH ROW: D. Goudey, J. Skypeck R. Wiegand, M. Feeney, N. Pelzer,
H. Stewart. G. Markowich, P. Graham. 94
FIRST ROW: J. Nichols, J. Spencer. J. Campbell, I. Markham. SECOND ROW: R. Passeno, R. Ellis, R. Busenbark,
R, Hembree, A, Hensley. THIRD ROW: Mr. Paris, Sponsorg V. Wilson, R. Deitrick, B. Mackinder, D. Bennett, J.
HI TURIUAL UUIETY
This new club was organized in November of 1955 to promote
interest in local history and to study and preserve records and
documents of Livonia, Another objective is to promote an interest
among the adults of the community to form a society which will
build and maintain a museum where objects of historic interest
may be ke pt .
LEFT TO RIGHT, SITTING: D. Alger, N. Carlson, President,
J. Kilburn, Secretary-Treasurer, L. Brooke, S. Harrington, E.
Lewis, D. Tubbs. SECOND ROW, STANDING: J. Bailey, C.
Hart, B. Hotchkiss, B. Fuston, M. Mino, Mr. Hartman, Sponsor
B. Fuston, C. Pribbanow, L. Gaiffe.
Most of the members join this organiza-
tion for the enjoyment they receive, Through
helping with the plays and reading scripts,
they o tain a knowledge of the stage,
Brian, Colleen, Rhea, Nancy, and Dave glance over their parts
for the Senior Play.
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The Pep C1ub's work gets results in an enthusiastic
Ballons, Pom-poms, and posters are a part of the
school spirit. Arlene, Glynda, Rose, Denise, and
Joan work on one of the posters.
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT, SEATED: K. Friess,
P. Lynch, J. Ferris, S. Ayres, G. Richards, C. Conrad,
J. Harmon, B. Spencer, S. Conatser, M. Mead,
S. Cook, S. Mensch, A. Perzy, J. Bailey. FOURTH
K. Nordstrom, N. Tresh, J. Rayomnd, J. Campbell,
P. French, N. Bass, D. Krzywkowski, M. SparkS.
J. Johnson, H. Campbell, M. White, S. Elliott,
K. Coulton, S. Herrington, V. Thomas, E. Matuscak,
M. Miller, C. Branch, C. Pribbanow, C. Fox, A. Pry
Joan, Diane, Jackie, MaryLou, and Eleanor plan
props for a pep assembly.
Spencer, A. Bissey. SECOND ROW: L. Stewart, V. Halstead, D. Stickles, V.. Spaulding, P. Grusendorf, I. Steinhoff, D. Bates,
Bentley, L. Mak, L. Baugh. THIRD ROW: J. Carson, M. Anderson, G. Kleabir, M. Lewis, I. Nickles, C. Rickert, L. Richards,
Baker, G. Wells, M. Golumbeski, S. Solak, S. Marsh, M. Sommerman, G. Schmidt, I. Phillips, M. Spears, J. McCreadie,
Ig M. Thacker, D. Tubbs, S. Cook, I. Oja, J. Markam, L. Gaiffe, K. Spicer, C. Hammersley, M. Kresel, B. Stone,
Grundy, S. Graham, M. Watchko, C. Parisean. FIFTH ROW: S. McGraw, S. Jerore, B. Tethof, D. Marsh, N. Streeter, E. Neilson,
Patterson, D. Gallagher, J. Noble, D. Bennett, B. Baldwin, S. Brown, A. Lambert, P.Farquhar,J. Caster. SIXTH ROW: B. Fuston,
Watson, S. Philp, C. Kowalski, C. Leavitt, J. Kilburn, E. Rose, N. Ahrens, D. Dubpemell, J. Burrell, G. McCain, C. Frankiewicz,
Brooke. SEVENTH ROW: M. Hemeyer, M. Lewis, A, Hall, B. Heinzman, C. Shulz, C. Zunich, J. Hendry, L. Benson, 1. Way,
Grazer, J. Melong, R. Volway, B. Suchner, M. Wiegand, D. Kaiser, J. Bowers.
Posing prettily for the photographer are the
officers. FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Ardeta,
Secretary, Joan, Presidentg Karen, Vice-
PEI' CL B
Organizing and performing in pep
assemblies are the main activities of
the Pep Club, which is made up of
girls who are interested in building
school spirit. They make pom pom
for the members and programs for
most of the games.
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FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: N. Ahrens, P. Allworth, S. Cook, M. Spears.
Noreen, Party, Sue, and Marilyn practice one of their team cheers.
The Bentley cheerleaders
bring out that all-important
school spirit. They are always
there to boost the team and
spectator's morale. This
small group of peppy girls
contribute much of their time
and energy practicing for the
night sport games.
The two reserve cheerleading
groups, comprised of ninth and tenth
graders perform the same duties as
the varsity squad, After intensive
practice they lead the spectators in
cheering on our reserve football and
NINTH GRADE, LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Sudnik, S. Clark, J. Marshand, J
TENTH GRADE, LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Sommerman, S. Marsh, M.
Golembeski, P. Lynch.
Leading the Bentley High School march-
ing band on the football field, the majorettes
add sparkle and pep to all our games, Their
routines are also performed at assemblies,
They are from left to right: L. Alexander,
J. Bailey, and B. Heinzman,
Mtss Ktker shows the offtcers the d1fferent equtpment for the Loma Faye and Arm Pracuce Wnh bows and arrows
Basketball sharpens reacttons and bnghtens the spmts
tss Ktker pomts out the tmportant factors tn care of a bow 1
Pyramlds are easy to make and lots of fun
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The Girls' Athletic Association of
Bentley is comprised of girls in the
tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades,
During their weekly meetings they
participate in various group and
individual sports, Among these are:
basketball, baseball, tennis, archery,
volleyball, badminton, track, and other
minor sports, About eight times a year
the G,A,A, Clubs of the Suburban Six-
League meet in play-days,
Jo Ann, Denise, and Janet look on as Rose demonstrates
the use of the volleyball.
FIRST ROW: fLeadersJ J. Spencer, S. Marsh, M, Lewis, L, Ayres, J. Malone, S. Harrington, P. Lynch, L. Rickert. SECOND ROW:
qLeadersJ D. Dubpernell, S. Van Bynen, R. D. Bennett, P. Grusendorf, D. Stickle, K. Bradfute, C. Marshall, R. Volway. C. Schultz
J. Harmon. THIRD ROW: Miss Kiker, Sponsor: J. Knapp, J. Nickles, S. Solak, M. Golembeski, M. Spears, M. Sommerman, S.
Cook, M. Mead, B. Baker, A. Perzy, S. Conatser, C. Rickert, R. Frontiera, J. Carson. FOURTH ROW: J. Kendeigh, J. Mahrley,
C. Nixon, D. Bates, C. Hammersly, L. Gaiffe, J. Markham, G, Kleabir, S. Cook, B. Higgins, L. Stewart, J. Bailey, J. Coster,
M, Sparks. FIFTH ROW: L. Richards, J, Fairbanks, D, Plumbly, J, Johnson, G. Clark, L. Maki, C. Conard, J. Oja, J. Zarembski,
G. Schmidt, J. Grazer, K. Nordstrom, J. Patterson, J. Cexzar, J. Ferris, M. Mulcki. SIXTH ROW: F. Doyle, K. Hood, V. Halstead
S. Graham, K. Mau, J. Noble, M, White, C. Frankowicz, K. Coulton, J. Berryman, J. McCreadie, L. Benson, A. Hall, A, Hensley
SEVENTH ROW: A, Smith, M. Miller, J. Hendry, B. Anderson, P. Allworth, B. Heinzman, B. Tedhof, S. Roack, E. Neilson, L.
Baugh, D. Kaiser, C, Taylor, M. Miles, P. Winger.
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Jerry and Dave block the opposing team in a game played
on our home field.
In recognition for the hours spent in
practice and time actually spent in inter-
scholastic competition, the members of
our teams receive a varsity letter. Upon
the award of this honor in any sport, the
athlete is eligible for membership in the
FIRST ROW: B, Curvin, R, Wolfram, B. Saukko, J. Leurck, P. Bush, D. Clemens, D. Pierce. SECOND ROW: J.
Johnson, J. Holmes, D. Yates, R. Thompson, T. Unverzagt, E. Goodwell, B. Cutty, R, Day, THIRD ROW: J,
Siterlet, C. Park, J. Fernandez, D. Kinner, A. Fedus, B. Porter, R. Clark, J. Vogt, L. Jacobs, M. Centala.
FOURTH ROW: D. Phipps, B. Alex, T. Regal, G. Whirener, R, LaMondra, J. Buckhave, K. Hanchett, B.
Hotchkiss, L. McMillian, G. Mclntyre, D. Thieben.
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FIRST ROW:J. Bailey, S. Cook, I. Spencer, M. Wiegand, M. Thacker, P. Allworth, S. Herrington, H. Goodbold, M.
Watchko. SECOND ROW: L. Richards, G. Wills, M. Mead, B. Baker, S. Marsh, M. Spears, S. Cook, L. Maki, L. Lynas
J. Faries, J. Noble, M. Kresel. THIRD ROW: E. Matuscak, J. Brooke, P. Lynch, D. Marsh, I. Bowers, C. Frankiewicz,
C. Coulton, G. Clark, D. Kaiser, N. Ahrens, M. Miller, E. Smith, A. Prydz, L. Benson, A. Smith.
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The members of this club are mostly
amateurs who enjoy dancing as a hobby.
They perform in school assemblies, in
the Operetta, the Spring Concert and for
various outside organizations, The girls
do a lot of their own choregraphy and
plan their costumes which are based on
The officers pose in their leotards. THEY ARE, FROM LEFT TO RIGHT
Elaine, Sue, Costume Co-Chairman, Marcia, Secretary-Treasurer,
Jackie, Dance Assistant.
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FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Immonen, managerg D. Clemens, D Thelben B Hotckrss K Hanchett R
Clark, D. Phipps, L. Jacobs, R. Saukko, L. McMillan, G. Mclntyre D Rand nanager SECOND ROVN J Hudnut
coachg R. Day, E1Goodwe1l, R. Curry, J. Bertleson, H. Hollister, G. Fernandez T Snarey D Runkel W
Schultz L Masse J S me. THIRD ROW: P. Bush, R. Petrucelli, K Farrbanks W Dunn I Holman A
note as it began, with the Bulldoogsaroll-
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15 lettermen returning.
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Between the innocence of boyhood and the dignity of man we find a creature called a foot-
ball player Football players come in assorted weights heights jersey colors and numbers but
all football players have the same creed to play every second of every mrnute of every quarter
of every game to the best of therr abrlrty
Football players are found everywhere underneath on top of running around Jumprng over
passing by twisting from or drrvrng through the enemy Teammates rib them offrcrals penalize
them coaches critrcrze them, college grrls adore them alumni tolerate them and mothers worry
about them A football player rs Courage rn cleats Hope in a helmet Prrde rn pads and the best
of Young Manhood in moleskrns
When your team rs behrnd a football player rs rncompetent careless rndecrsrve lazy n
coordrnated and stupid Just when your team threatens to turn the trde of battle he misses a
block fumbles the ball drops a pass jumps offsrde falls down runs the wrong way or com
pletely forgets his assignment
A football player rs a composite he acts like Notre Dame sleeps like Notre Dame but
more often than not plays like Grand Canyon High To an opponent publicity man he has the
speed of a gazelle the strength of an ox the srae of an elephant the cunnrngness of a fox the
agility of an adagro dancer the qurckness of a cat and the abrlrty of Red Grange, Glenn Davrs
Bronco Nagurskr and jrm Thorpe combined
To hrs own coach he has for press purposes the stabrlrty of mush the fleemess of a snarl
the mentalrty of a mule is held together by adhesrve tape balrng wrre sponge rubber and has
about as much chance of playing on Saturday as would hrs own grandfather
To an alumnus a football player rs someone who will never krck as well run as far block as
vrciously tackle as hard frght as fiercely grve as lrttle ground score as many points of generate
nearly the same amount of sprrrt as drd those particular players of hrs own yesteryear B Saukko
A football player likes game films trrps away from home practice sessions without pads hot
showers long runs, whrrpool baths recovered fumbles pornt arter touchdowns and the quiet
. Hu-Sfactron whrch comes from berng part of a perfectly executed play He rs not much for wind
sprr ts sitting on the bench rainy days after game compliments anklewraps scouting reports
Q u e else looks forward so much to September or so little to December Nobody gets
leasure out of knocking down hauling out or just bringing down the enemy
Wg, he can cram into one mind assignments for an end run an off tackle slant a
Qs 'Q 'I 5 quarterback sneak a drve play punt protection kick off returns a buck lateral
9 stands of a spinner cycle designed to result rn a touchdown everytime it rs tried
mayer rs a wonderful creature you can crrtrcrze but you can't discourage hrm
ly, Yo a d eat is team but you can t make him qurt You can get hrm out of the game but
m out of football Might as well admrt rt be you alumnus coach of fan he rs
e resentatrve on the field your symbol of fair and hard play l-le may not be an
Aniricapg t he rs an example of the American way He is Judged not for his race not for G Mglntygg P93
in not for his socral standing and not for hrs frnances but by the democratrc yardstrck En
of how well he blocks tackles and sacrifices rndrvrdual glory for the overall success of hrs team
ollgge. you come out of a stadium grousrng and feeling upset that your team has
,O 4.3-'gl' 4, 453561 mighty asham with Just two sincerely spoken words We tried!
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l-IRST ROW L MCMl1ll3ll manager D Yates T Snarey B Alex T Regal, R. Thompson, Waskelis, manager.
SLLOND ROW D Weed manager G Whitener G Mclntyre D Clark R. Eng1ish,G. King McGerry, Les Anders,
VAR I'l'Y BA K Il'l'sIl
team took Bentley' hird league
title in four years han 8-Z re-
cord and finished the X ,son with an
12-4 over-all record. X-
The Bulldogs breeze h
thb first seven games witho
before they dropped two in one
to Farmington and Redford Union
As the season wore on a tight
three way race developed.
A 62.-53 Defeat to renton dropped
the Bulldogs to a first place tie.
In the crucial league play-off
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ed slowly, but after trailing, came
on strong to take the game and the
Farmington 59-51 49-66
Southfield 62-51 69-75
Allen Park 46-43 49-36
Plymouth 53-49 52-51
Thurston 63-24 66-38
Belleville 52-44 83-42
Trenton 50-47 53-ez
4 Redford Union 56-67 61-43
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t Bentley in
of their ten league games,
only to Allen Park who they
had earlier in the season.
The only dark spot in the Reserves
future is Southfield, the team to
which they dropped both games.
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Farmington 59-45 57-46
Southfield 39-51 69-70
Allen Park 49-40 41-50
Plymouth 48-35 55-42
Thurston 44-35 71-36
Belleville 71-48 68-54
Trenton 38-30 62-40
Redford Union 63-51 53-36
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rve championship by win-
coach clntyre J Holman P Castle R Gable S Stewart D Day
George clears the way fo Dxck as he dnbbles past the Southfield players
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FIRST ROW: H. F R. Lorel5enLiR,tJ9liii50n,f5..gQf0ks D Pierce 1 speck RSLQQMQH D Boxgbach
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BOTTOM ROW: D. Thieben, B. Rocheleau, C. Williams, C. Longmire, R. La Mondra. MIDDLE ROW: Coach Jack
Hudnut, T. Regal, D. Ridling, J. Belcher, J. Fernandez, B. Porter, G. Mclntyre. TOP ROW: D. Melow, B. Cutty,
D. Clark, E. Goodwell, B. Curvin, I. Holmes, E. Stephens, Manager.
The 1955 Bentley baseball team was a young,
The tired- USPPY team members inexperienced club with but six returning letter-
congratulate each other OH 3 Victory- men. However, behind some fine pitching by
7 Sophomore Bill Porter, they managed to win
seven while losing the same amount.
In league competition, the Bulldogs wound up
tied with Redford Union for third place, sporting
a 6-4 record.
Porter, with five wins and no losses, was an
outstanding pitcher. Dale Theiben led the offen-
sive attack with a . 320 average.
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Allen P. 7-4
Bell. 4 -2
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Wayne 0 -11
Taylor C. 1-3
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Dale scores another run for Bentley
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Jerry 3VOldS a kxck off
Bob backs up Dale as the s1des reure
for another out.
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FIRST ROW: T. Unvergazt, J. Siterlit, B. Mclviamee. SECOND ROW: C. Park, J. Buckhave, B. Hoff, Mr. McGlone Coach
Carroll and Tom hold the district and regional The 1955 Cross Country team was
Uophies won by the 'eam' exceptionally successful this season
Coach McGlone's squad won all their
dual meets, and for the second straight
year walked off with league honors,
Participating in class "A" competition
for the first time, the harriers failed to
qualify for the state competition in the
Regional meet at Trenton, However
Carroll Park ran in the State meet in
which he placed 26th out of a field of
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Taylor Center 40
Allen Park 30
Redford Union 34
FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Thompson, G. Whitener, Coach Fred McGlone, B. Friess, T. Unverzagt.
The 1955 golf squad, under
coach Fred McGlone, brought to
Bentley the first league and regional
Running up a string of sixteen
straight victories, including the
regional tournaments the team
qualified for the state champion-
ship meet. The Bulldog's winning
streak was snapped by the home
team, Kalamazoo High, in the state
contest. But Bentley still came in
fifth in the entire state.
The team competed in the
Pontiac Press Invitational Meet,
coming in second among twenty
Three of the top golfers, G.
Whitener, R. Thompson, and T.
Unverzagt came back this year,
Gary shows good form in teeing off
BOTTOM ROW: B. Tate, J. Leurck, D. Day, E. Bowen, T. Hepler, P. Pelchat, F. Leurck, D. Gulbronsen, MIDDLE
ROW: P. Bush, A. Bush, B. Flager, T. Snarey, A. Fedus, E. Runkel, J. Vogt, C. Park, D. Wood, TOP ROW: Coach
John McDonald, D. Palmer, D. Runkel, R. Thompson, J. Buckhave, R. Grote, G. Kaiser, D. Randall, E. Bagnel,
S. McCain, L. Brooke.
The 1955 track squad won Bentley's first 6-B league championship
under the guidance of Coach John McDonald. Losing but one dual meet
all season, that to Redford Union by 6 points, the Bentley thinclads
swept the league meet held at Plymouth by 20 points breaking the
medley relay record. In that meet, half-miler, J. Buckhave set a
new record in his event while D. Day took the mile. Bentley had
many powerful sprinters.
April 7 Triangle meet
Ypsilanti 56 112
Bentley 53 112
April 21 at Plymouth
Bentley 64 112
Plymouth 44 112
April 26 at Redford Union
Redford 57 113
Bentley 51 113
May 4 at Trenton
Bentley 65 213
Trenton 43 113
May 10 at Allen Park
Allen Park 34
May 26 League meet at
Redford U. 51
Allen Park 10
Ed takes a hurdle with ease
BOTTOM ROWI Syler W Dunn T Tubbs M Centela D Klnner D Pierce, I. Johnson TOP ROW D Fulton D Brayton
D Proctor B Schmidt D Watchko H Taylor D Lxttle Coach Wxlllam Young.
PHCUCG match The 1955 tennis team under
the coaching of William Young
had an excellent season finish
ing second in the 6 B league com
Led by six returning lettermen
the boys showed good form in their
matches as proved by the1r seven
wins against three losses
JIII1 Dave Drck and Lewls Crouch tn a starttng posttron
George trres for the rebound tn an offensrve
Mr hokeuakgs demonstrates a hold on B111 Dale Captam ofthe 56 team throws a warm up ball to B111
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Herb swrngs at the ball rn a backhand stroke
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Bob shows good form rn stance
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Chattering teeth didn't keep the girls from smiling. A little later the tension mounts as the candidates nervously wait
Queen Linda receives a bouquet of roses from Bonnie, the Echo Editor.
After the coronation the queen and her court have the first dance alone.
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The traditions of homecoming
have been kept ever since the first
graduating class returned to visit
'heir friends and to see the school,
The candidates for homecoming
queen are nominated by the football
team and elected by the student
body, They are introduced to the
spectators at halftime of the game,
After the candidates are presented
at the dance by Mr. Alford, the
queen is crowned by the preceeding
year's queen. Her Majesty, who
receives a bouquet of roses, and
the court, who are given corsages,
reign over the dance,
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SEATED FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Patty Allworth, Linda Schaffer, queen: Pat Lynch, Karen Nordstrom. STANDING
FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Carole Kowalski, Liz Gaiffe, Elaine Matuscak, Joyce Brooke, Judy Grazer.
Patty and 1-UTY are eUJ0Yll'1g IhefY1SC1VSS at Marlan ftnally hooks John to the solemn words of Marryrng Sam Johnny
a double ceremony with Sue and Ken
The annual Sadle Hawkums Dance rs one
the mam act1v1t1es sponsored by the Jumor
Class It 1S known as one of the most rnformal
dances of the year, wrth everyone wearmg
dogpatch costumes The g1rls ask the boys by
taggrng them w1th clever patches PTIZCS are
grven for the most unusual corsage, whrch 1S
usually made out of vegetables and household
artrcles The boys enjoy th1s evemng lmmen
sely because the g1rls pay for everyth1ng
Gwen and Pete look forward to a lrfe rn
Vtvxan looks gleefully at her catch, Dave, while Marion, Evelyn, Carolyn, and Marlene 'work desperately to complete the
Marr ln Sam, Jim, rforms the ceremon . center iece of the dance.
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QUEEN BONNIE STEELE KING DAVE PROCTOR
Dave Phipps Sc Colleen Hart, Carroll Leavitt 8: Bob Alex, Linda Schaffer dc Jerry Holmes.
The Royalty Romp, sponsored by the Yearbook Staff, inaugurated a new high-
light in the Bentley social calender. The candidates, nominated by the senior class,
were voted on by grades nine through twelve. The results were kept secret until
after the nominees ascended the sparkling blue stairway as they were introduced by
Ken Bourgon, master of ceremonies. Mr. Alford opened the sealed envelopes, telling
the names of the winners to co-editors Jackie Bailey and Colleen Reid who crowned
the royal couple. The queen and king, Bonnie and Dave, and their court, reigned
over the remainder of the Royalty Romp.
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Marshall, D. Fitzgerald, K. Bourgon, N. Carlson, R. Raymond, C. Hart, D. Proctor, Linsley, B. Hotch-
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Rhea looks on in astonishment as Brian tells her
that Nancy has the measles.
Mary Ann, Dave, Barbara and Bonnie listen to
Brian as he is asking Rhea and Nancy for his shoes.
Dave, Brian and Rhea shield Nancy from the
Larry is about to present a loving cup to Nancy while Dave
Brian, and Rhea hope he doesn't suspect she has the measles.
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The comedy, "Our Hearts
Were Young and Gay", was
presented by the Class of 1956.
Portraying two young women's
adventures on a European trip
the cast rollicked through an
evening of fine entertainment,
Colleen glare at Ken while he is laughing
at Martin. Rhea looks sadly at the floor.
Colleen and Brian watch Rhea pacify Dave after she has
dropped a pail on his head.
A near catastrophe occurred
when Nancy Carlson, who
played Cornelia Skinner, got
laryngitis before the play and
was forced to pantomime while
Mrs, Hewitt, the director said
Cathy and Barbara laugh at Nancy's fright over Bastille
Jo Ann Napp, Rhea Raymond, Carolyn Brooker, Patsy Ruffner, Gail 35
Burns, and Mr. Alford smile happily during the Coronation Ceremonies,
THE . E 'lllll PIHIM
Wearing her delicate, white-flowered crown
Gail Burns reigns as Queen.
Lovett Hall was never more beautiful than when "Nuit
Enchante" was held on April, 23. The girls in their
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The memory of this long walk is a lasting one for Crain. 14 5 School ends in informalxly
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13 P. T. A. Style Show
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15 Senior Play
16 Senior Play
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16 Regional Tournaments
17 Regional Tournaments
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19 Junior Play
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27 Senior Prom
1 Freshman coming out
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8 Seniors return from trip
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24 Basketball-Redford Union
7 Music Festival Rehearsal
7 District Tournaments
8 District Tournaments
9 District Tournaments
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13 Cap and Gown
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11 Candidates for Student
11 Spring Band Concert
21 Suburban 6-B Spring
22. Awards Assembly
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30 Memorial Day-no school
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