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 86 of 140
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Page 86 text:

13 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 the leotard. lnterpretation is the lcey word opening blossom. 5 in modern dance. These girls give their impression of a

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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. RENSICS 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 et . RT CLUB 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- gether.



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VARSITY lub The purpose of the varsnty club IS to gnve recog nutuon to boys who have earned varsnty letters Once a boy has earned a letter he I elrguble for membershsp nn the varsnty club The only fund rarslng protect of thus organuzatnon was the annu al Letter Hop The varsuty club and the Gtrls Athletuc Assocratnon co sponsored thts event whnch was held at the begnnnung of the school year IFLECLUB For those who are Interested In learntng the fundamentals of marksmanshup and the safe use of the rifle Bentley provldes the rifle club Tar get shootnng IS the :deal group activity for times such as these lt comblnes as no other sport does the elements of practical nattonal defense wnth a form of recreatlon that may be contsnued wtth pleasure and proftt Many hours of hard work were put In by the students In preparlng the range The floor of thelr rifle range was dug out and smoothed all the llghtmg was Installed and a steel plate was put rn Now that the range ts completed the club members enloy themselves learnung and having fun together FIRST ROW F l..eurck D Petrucelll R Wolfram E Goodwell W Dunn P Bush D Pierce B Albert SECOND ROW B McNamee B Cutty J Johnson J Syme D Bombach L George R Walls D Day L Massey B Porter THIRD ROW J D Kwasny D Clark H Holllster W Carrier CAMERA SHY D Eveland D Goudy TOP ROW Mr Wlllnam Jennings, Cralg Feldman, Don Vandersloot, Tom Humpert, David Sneary, Dee Manzagol, Robert Brtegal, Alan Young, Glen Martnn, Harry Markownch, Jack Staron, Robb lmonen. SECOND ROW Steve Kettke, Duane Goudey, Ntck Pane, Duck Held, Barry Radawnec, Duck St Armour. 83 , 'S ' ' ' . , . l, . , . , . , . , . . , . - ' . , . , . , . , . , . , . I , . , . , . - ' . Fernandez, T. Snorey, J. Bertelsen, S. Potocozak, J. Thibault, G. King, D. Runkel, - , . , . I , . l - ' . , Q , . 1 f

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