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Page 108 text:
Have you ever stopped to think what makes a
girl like Ardetta Bissey what she is'? No one real-
ly knows the exact answer to this question, of
course. Some call it inner charm, and others call
it personality, but whatever it may be, Ardetta
like all those who are successful in dealing
with people, situations, and life in general, Ar-
detta knows when to be serious. There is proof
of this in the fact that she has been secretary of
Pep Club, and was elected vice-president of the
senior class. When the right time comes, though,
she easily fits into all the fun in and out of
school. Her social success reached its climax this
year when she was elected Homecoming Queen.
All this and she has ambition, too!
We have taken a peek into Ardetta's future,
and have found that it includes study at the Uni-
versity of Michigan, possibly in the field of nur-
sing. She probably won't remain unattached very
long, for her plans include marriage too.
lt is very difficult to know Ardetta and not
like her. In fact, it iust doesn't happen that way!
Those of us who have known her well during the
past four years have learned to admire her. Why?
Probably iust because she's Ardetta. We all feel
that our high school years were made happier, a
little more full, and a little more complete, be-
cause we have come to know hei as a friend.
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Campbell, Don Vandersloot and Maureen Hemeyer dramatize for the show-
boat audience. Maureen is trying to persuade Janet to remain on the
showboat instead of leaving as planned.
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The body of an athlete, the mind of a leader,
and the heart of a champion. This is our defini-
tion of Dick Clark, who is often seen in the halls
wearing his three-stripe letter sweater.
Dick's success in sports began long ago. In his
sophomore year he was one of two tenth graders
to qualify for varsity football. Last autumn, as
co-captain with Howard Hollister, he led the team
to the first undefeated series in Bentley's history.
His favorite winter sport is, of course, basketball.
Here, too he has proved his ability. He was
selected for the first team of the Suburban Six
All-Stars. Throughout his years on the reserve
and varsity teams, Dick has displayed good
sportsmanship game after game. You need to
watch very little of a contest to discover that he
is a real team player. Rather than attempting to
stand out, he strives to organize the squad into
an efficient, scoring unit. ln this way each mem-
ber benefits the whole team, rather than starring
One thing can be definitely said about Dick.
He loves sports-and they love him. Next fall he
will attend Central Michigan College, where he
will continue his athletic career. We know that
he will be valued there as a friend and athlete
iust as he has been here. All of us are proud to
reserve a page for Dick in the Who's Who section.
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