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Think of one ot the most versatile girls in our
school. Then think of one who never wears a
frown no matter what difficulties she meets or
in how many activities she becomes involved.
Perhaps the secret ot her happiness lies in the
tact that she iust doesn't allow unpleasant expe-
riences to slow her down. As you must already
know, the person vve're speaking of could only
be Lou-Anne Hembree.
During her years here at Bentley, Lou-Anne has
always been a friend to those who have needed
a friend and a helper to those who need help.
Being busy in all kinds ot organizations hasn't
dulled Lou-Anne's sense ot humor. She always
takes time out to laugh when the occasion calls
Her versatility is shown by the many activities
she has participated in: senior class council, iun-
ior and senior play, band, orchestra, and dance
club. This year she served as president of the
band. Last summer Lou-Anne went to the Univer-
sity ot Michigan to attend Girls' State, where she
was elected mayor ot her city. Her classmates
and teachers honored her with the D.A.R. good
citizenship award. From all appearances, she has
acquired an excellent background for her future
career ot teaching.
Like her? We sure dol She has brought honor
to her school and friendship to everyone she has
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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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CAROLYN LA FONTAINE
Who's who? Carolyn LaFontaine, that's who!
This is one girl who was really meant to go some-
place in the world. She has a sense of responsi-
bility which makes her a leader, perseverance
which causes her to finish everything she starts,
and an optimistic attitude which allows her to
take defeats as they come and to keep looking
ahead toward new goals. Far more important
than this, however, is Carolyn's unique ability to
attract people by her winning personality. She
is well known for her ability to create fun and
warmth wherever she goes. lf you'll ask any
senior if they know her, they are likely to reply
with a puzzled, "Who doesn't?" We don't care
to think what Bentley would be like without her.
Did someone say she was ambitious? She has
been elected president of F.T.A. for the past two
years, has served as editor of the i957 Pioneer,
and has been a member of the senior class coun-
cil, pep club, and dance club. Carolyn was also
one of the three girls selected to represent our
school at Girls' State held on the U of M campus
last summer. In fact, she liked the U of M so well
that she plans to return in the fall of l957 to pre-
pare for a teaching career. Whatever the future
may hold for Carolyn, everyone will be wishing
her "good luck" as she heads for college and
what will no doubt be a full and colorful life.
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