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TOP ROW-Janet Campbell, Eddie Nacpil, Ron Ellis,
Jim Mulla, Don Pope, Jim Albrecht, Norman Roffey,
Jock Staran, Lowell Thomas. SECOND ROW -Joyce
Raymond, Janet Prine, Ellen Lewis, Mrs. Wisniewski,
Faye Doyle, Lou-Anne Hembree.
For those students who have the ability to speak and
express themselves well, a forensics contest is held each
spring in the school. Students may enter any of five divisions:
humorous reading, interpretive reading, oratory, declamation,
and extemporaneous speaking. In each field the winner
TOP ROW-Phyllis Bowen, Gary Moore, Sue Precobb,
Leonard Morschik, Jane Willis, Ron Bergnor, John Blout,
Ellen Lewis, JoAnn Alverson. SECOND ROW-Marcia
Mead, Janet Lassila, Jeanne Cesarz, Alice Hensley,
Barbara Bentley, June Waller, Janet Prine, Janice Mor-
chand. THIRD ROW-Mr. Glanz, Alice Strope, Lee Ford,
Sondnie Gorski, Bonnie Waller, Lottie Richards, Jackie
The art club was formed at Bentley this year to further
art appreciation. Its motto is "Talents of the fingers reflect
pictures of the mind." Membership is open at the beginning
of each semester to those students who have a sincere
interest in art. Any member missing more than three meet-
from these divisions competes with those from other schools
in a district contest. From here outstanding speakers go to
the regionals. Bentley has always been well-represent-
ed in these contests, and for any student who is interested in
various types of speaking, they are worthwhile.
ings is eliminated from the club. In the future the club plans
to design backdrops and other scenery for the plays and
programs presented at Bentley. Under the sponsorship of
Mr. Glanz the students learn as they enjoy themselves to-
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John Newberg watches as Eddie Nacpil proudly explains a few
facts about his native land the Philippine lslands. Both Eddie
and John are A.F.S. students, and each is eager to tell of his
. . .EXCHANGE STuDENTs
Each year the students look forward to the
foreign exchange program. Through the work -of
the American Field Service, Bentley has had visitors
from England, Norway, and, this year, the Philip
The summer program for American students
is open to iuniors who have had two years of foreign
language and a creditable record throughout their
high school years Last summer John Newberg was
sent to Norway for eight weeks He sailed with
hundreds of other Americans all of whom were head
ed for their particular destination
All countries participating in the Service are
hoping that it will fulfill the purpose of promoting
good will and understanding between nations AI
though the program is st ll in its early stages t
Exchange student Eddie Nacpil finds winter in the U.S.
quite different from his native Philippines. Here he
threatens Mike Michelson with his first snowball.
seems to be achieving these goals
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Top Row: Barbara Suchner, JoAnn McVicar, Judy Noble, Carol Frankiewicz, Sandy Gaston, Gail Hotchkiss, Vivian
Parrnenter, Judy Woclienfuss, Pat Lynch, Carolyn Morgan, 2ncl Row: Judy Kaiser, Donna Perzylc, Jan Prine, Lee Ford,
Bonnie Button, Sharon Lewis, Mary Finch, Deanna Rowles, 3rd Row: Peggy Morris, M0fCiCI Mead, Marilynne Spears,
Sandy Marsh, Sue Cook, Lynn Lynas.
The modern dance club was formed to give
girls the opportunity to learn dance technif
ques, develop gracefulness, and perform be-
fore audiences in the specialized field of
dancing. The club meets once a week after
school and is composed of girls selected by
the instructor after a four-week trial period.
These girls are mostly amateurs who eniov
dancing as a hobby. They perform in school
assemblies, in the Operetta, the Spring Conf
cert, the physical eclucanon exhibition, and
for various outside organizations. The girls
do a great deal of their own choreography
and plan their costumes which are based on
lnterpretation is the lcey word
in modern dance. These girls give their impression of a
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