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 92 of 140
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RCHE TRA Music has always been a tine art appreciated by Bentley students who have listened to the school's orchestra. lt is composed of students from the tenth through twelfth grades. Made up of string and brass sections and directed by Mr. Donald Morris, the orchestra has performed tor many school events. Among them are: the spring and tall concerts and the traditional Christmas festival. Many state and local contests were won by the orchestra for excellent performances. Everyone has always enioyed the special arrangements and production numbers that the or- chestra has presented. TOP ROW Ron Walker Karen Smnth Mr Donald Morrls SECOND ROW Suzanne Coffee Judy Morey Marcia Mead b M l P trld e THIRD ROW Ruthann Busenbark August Klein Barbara Henderson Janet Thne an ar: yn ar g 88 6' 0 Members ofthe string treo proctlce a muslc selectlon which they wnll present at the Sprung Festuval They are Suzanne Coffee vnolnn Judy Morey vlolln Ruthann Busenbark cello l l v.-1.1 - I ' , . . u ' 1 1 . 1 . 1 I I 1 ' ' ' S 1' gf V1 .kr - l I sry., 5,1 'fjf I ., J . . . . Z I ' ' : , : , -

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TOP ROW- Marilyn Miller, Sandra Gaston, Vivian Parmenter, Meredith Keras, Toni Jackman, Marilyn Siler, Carol Taylor, Sallee VonBynen. SECOND ROW- Eleanor Nielson, Barbara Bentley, Janet Taylor, Connie Hammersley, Judy Domine, Linda Jacobs, JoAnne McVicar. THIRD ROW- Faye Doyle, Mary Miles, Marcia Ericson, Jeanne Cesarz, Betty Higgins, Janet Lassila, Patricia Grusendorf, Marion Sergison. FOURTH ROW- Janet Jaksch, Mary Finch, Arlene Perzy, Jane Faries, Deanna Rowles, Sharen Owens, Carol Riclcert. All members of G.A.A. who play basketball learn to appreciate the boys' varsity team when they discover how strenuous, yet enioyable, the game really is. ,Maw , .- O'f"9" T T . ' 5' 9. .1 4 'W' ' , , sr, , T , . -4' 'J' " Obtaining experience in athletic skill and sportsmanship is the goal of members of G.A.A. ln this picture some ofthe girls are enioying a game of volley ball as well as learning these basic fundamentals.



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The Shutterbugs, the newest club at Bentley, was organized mainly to train students in photography to aid the publica- ions staff in the taking and developing of their pictures. A unique activity of the club was "Shutterbug Week," a five day session designed to interest students in the field of photography, and give them the chance to practice some of the techniques they learned from club instruction. lt was a hectic week for the Shutterbugs since they had to go around M997 school wearing camera cutouts. Besides the fun, hard study- ing was also done by the "bugs" to enable them to answer any questions about cameras. The reward for their efforts came at the close of "Shutterbug Week," when the group attended a basketball game to take action pictures. This club will not only be of great assistance to the publications staff, but also to the entire school as well. LEFT TO RIGHT- Carol Lay, Carole Atton, Linda Zick, Trudie Halstecl, Betty Baker, Kathy Coulton, Ed Pringlemeir, Jerry Campbell, Doug Wallace, Mr. Jack Comstock, Dick Doolittle, Ellen Lewis, Bob Wilson, Terry Kelley, Dan Laurie, Dennis Dean Gordon Davis. I Many hours of practice are put in by the dance band. Here they furnish the music for one ofthe school dances. They are: TOP ROW- John Herndon, Ron Walker. SECOND ROW-A Walter Anderson, Ken Koehler, Alan Young. THIRD ROW- Gary Moore, Jim Merek, August Klein. NCE A D The band's library of music is constantly growing with top arrangements to popular, standard, and rock 'n' roll tunes. Much time and effort is put into practicing different songs and in the making up of arrangements. I Bentley's rhythmical dance band, under the direction of Mr. Gene Page, is made up of outstanding musicians of the school. They play for many social activities throughout the year, such as the Letter Hop. The band itself can be enlarged or cut down according to job specifications.

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