Bentley High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Livonia, MI)

 - Class of 1957

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Bentley High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Livonia, MI) online yearbook collection, 1957 Edition, Page 77 of 140
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kgs-f ' FUTURE LIRSES The Future Nurses may well be proud ot their organization's activities this year. During the Christmas season they sponsored a "Toys tor Tots" drive. The program the club followed in- cluded a tour of a nearby hospital. ln this way the sponsor, Barbara Fowler, hoped to acquaint TOP ROW- Diane Kaiser, Carol Matevia, Connie Rudnicki, Ardetta Bissey, Virginia Wilson, Sharon Kale, Eleanor McCullough, Dorothy Livingston, Delores Bates, SECOND ROW- Doris Krzywkowslci, Karen Grundy, Carol Taylor, Marilyn Silar, Janet Boyce, Nancy Tresh, Janet Eidt. THIRD ROW- Mrs. Blanchard, Beverly Stone, Marilyn Lucas, Janice Staples, Barbara Gardner, Mrs. Fowler. FOURTH ROW- Faye Doyle, Mary Finch, Mary Ann Vescoso, Janet Ringler, Beverly Spencer. The officers and sponsor ofthe Future Nurses Club are being shown some firshaid methods by the school nurse Mrs. Janet Blanchard. The officers are: Marilyn Siler, vice-president, Faye Doyle, secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Barbara Fowler, sponsor, Marilyn Lucas, president the girls with the real world of nursing The health room is also used as a means ot providing practical experience tor the nurses club. The girls supervise this room check the students in and out perform first aid and report any serious illness immediately to the ottice For those students who have a desire to learn more about the past happenings ot Livonia, a Junior Historical Society has been formed here at Bentley. The club's main interest is preserv- ing Livonia's past history and acquainting the public with our heritage. An attempt is being made to interest adults in forming an Historical Society and eventually a museum. Meetings are held twice a month, with one meeting in school, and an evening meeting in a private home. The group's activities consisted of an exhibit at the Detroit Historical Museum in January, February, and March, and a sock hop after a basketball game. The Junior Historical Society collects relics from Livonia's past. This bell, which dates back to l886, was taken off the oldest schoolhouse in Livonia. HISTORIC!-X CLUB TOP ROW- Virginia Wilson, Ron Ellis, Jerry Campbell, Jack Smith, Marcia Wiegand, Bud Fuston. SECOND ROW- Donna Bennett, Jeanne Cesarz, Barbara Bentley, Shirley Jerore, Alice Hensley, Mr. Paris. THIRD ROW- Beverly Spencer, Joan Spencer, Lou-Anne Hembree, Gail Haase, Pat Widmer. l l

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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. r WM: Q fi' f 'Q f t' ,ia 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. 'Neem 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. 72 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- sibility. This year's officers were: president, Jerry Fernandez, vice-president, Dick Noble, secretary, Carol Clark, and treasurer, Maureen Hemeyer.



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The co-ordination ofthe Future Teachers' club is the responsibility ofthe officers and the sponsor. They meet often ta plan the club's activities and to discuss problems which arise. They are from left to right: president, Carolyn LaFontaine, treasurer, Ran Ellis, vice-president, Maureen Hemeye Mr. Fred Syerson, sponsor, secretary, Pat French. fi UTLIRE The Future Teacher's Club, which has cons tinued to be one ot the largest organizations ot its kind in the state, was organized tor those students interested in teaching careers. ln order to otter these potential teachers practical class- room experiences, a program was set up where- by each member was given an opportunity to teach. Extending over a period ot six weeks, these students went to various elementary schools within the community and took up the duties of teaching A new event continued this year as one of the club's activities was "Student Day." Every member was assigned to a teacher in the high ,5- JQ 49 22, ,s r - V ii':.L TOP ROW- Cyndy Pribbanow, Marilyn Miller, Jim Merek, Ann Smith, Ron Ellis, Jerry Nickles, Don Rucker SECOND ROW-Jack Staron, Eleanor Nielson, Kathleen Coulton, Mary Smith, Marcia Wiegond, Tom Lau, Linnea Benson. THIRD ROW-Marcia Ericson, Joyce Brooke, Karen Friess, Barbara Suchner, Karen Mau, Marian Braund, Syrita Roark. FOURTH ROW-Marilynne Spears, Linda Bough, Sheila Clark, Karen Grundy, Maureen Hemeyer, Devinee Marsh, Sallee VanBynen, Judy Flanagan. FIFTH ROW- Mr. Syerson, Nancy Streeter, Pat French, Liz Gaiffe, Marianne John, Carlin Clark, Carol Conord. SIXTH ROW-June Nickles, Marcia Mead, Pat Widmer, Linda Smith, 74

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