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Page 75 text:
Modern educators realize that there ns much
more to education than the knowledge gatned ln
the classroom They belneve at should be a
even balance between socnal actuvatues and study
If he IS to get along with people tn the future
the student must have some expervence In work
Ing with others outslde the classroom This wtll
be helpful IH has career and ID has home and
soclal lute Hugh school rs the last place for most
students to obtaun trannlng rn thus before they go
out on thenr own
Bentley has an ever lncreasrnq number of clubs
and organlzatuons Although theur purpose may
Vary from musuc trannlng to photography theur
goal always rernanns the same bring out each
students rndlvtdualnty and to make htm a more
complete and happy person Thus working In
cooperation wtth others not only ernphasrzes a
persons skulls Ideas and Interests but nt puts
them to work for the betterment ot our school
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Paul John Bush pulls down a rebound for the seniors.
Jim Miller and Eldon Dillon go up for the opening tip-off in the iunior-
SE ioR - FACULTY AM
Probably the most anticipated basketball game The faculty seemed to have made the correct predic-
of the year was the Senior-Faculty game. This year, tion, for they won 58-14. Many remarks were over-
as in the past, the evening was filled with real en- heard during halftime. Perhaps the most frequently
tertainment. The activity about the school began a heard was "Teachers certainly do look different on a
few days in advance of this game when teachers and basketball court than in a classroom!"
students alike predicted as to the game's outcome.
The cheering section for the seniors was full of vim and vigor. They lead
the section in yelling "Yea team." The senior cheerleaders were: Joan
Gannon, Mary Miles, Vivian Thomas, Marcia Ericson, Judy Flanagan, and
The iunior cheerleaders led their team to victory with many peppy cheers
such as this one. The cheerleaders were Eleanor Nielson, Carol Conrad,
Diane Kaiser, Marcia Mead, Bonnie Robinson, Lillian Maki, Doris
Krzywkowski, and Linda Baugh.
John Jacobs goes up for a lump shot and scores two more points for the
Page 76 text:
TOP ROW- Jerry Jordon, Sandra Gaston, Herman Pyrkosz, Larry Wilson, Jerry Fernandez,
Dick Thompson, John Newberg, Bill Schnell, Dick Noble. Second Row-Mr. Arthur Rogers,
Garlin Clark, Eleanor Nielson, Meredith Keras, Toni Jackman, Leslie Borgia, Jean Burrell,
Vivian Thomas, Sue Clark, Syrita Roark, Ed Kittila. Third Row- Penny Blair, Sandy
Panzari, Pat Blackburn, Carol Clark, Wanda McCann, Nancy Streeter, Delores Plumley,
Alice Haffner, Deanna Rowles.
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The student council officers work hard to establish worth-
while ideas within the school. This year one Of their PYO'
iects was organizing a group of qualified students to act
as counselors to new students. The officers are:
TOP ROW- Mr. Arthur Rogers, and Dick Noble. SECOND
ROW- Carol Clark, Jerry Fernandez, and Maureen Hemeyer.
Members of the Student Council Marcia Mead, Bill Schnell, and
Penny Blair look over the architect's sketch of our swimming pool
STUDE T C uNciL
The student council is an organization which repre-
sents the students of Bentley high school. It serves as a
link between the students, teachers, and administration.
Suggestions and ideas for the improvement of the school
are brought to the council by both students and teachers.
The council tries to work out solutions for these problems
and puts them into effect. This body also regulates
activities of clubs and classes and approves the schedules
for dances and other functions.
The student council is, therefore, important in the
operation of a smooth running school. Its members must
be reliable and willing to assume the duty and the work
of their positions. To be elected to the Bentley high
school student council is both an honor and a respon-
This year's officers were: president, Jerry Fernandez,
vice-president, Dick Noble, secretary, Carol Clark, and
treasurer, Maureen Hemeyer.
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