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Page 104 text:
The Library Staff under the supervision of Mrs. Rachel
Hilbert, Mrs. Ruth French, and Mr. Dale Brown are
trained to aid those who use the library. The staff checks
out books, takes care of passes, and answers any ques-
tions for the students.
TOP ROW-Bob Briegel, Nick
Pane, Tom Cleveland, Bill
Reed, Wesley Hayes, Doug
Mcliernan, Don Browning,
Tony Grech, Jack Sturgeon,
Mr. D. Brown
SECOND ROW-Mrs. R.
French, Harold l-lembrough,
Ken Byrd, Fred Brown, Karen
Mark, Sally Baxter, Mitten
Feeney, Patricia Payer, Jean
Johnson, Mrs, R. Hilbert
THIRD ROW-Betty Rowland,
Sharon Smith, Myrna Sever-
son, Dottie Davis, Sue Whims,
Judy Brashear, Marie Griggs,
Sharon Veith, Esther Middle-
wood, Marion Sergison, Janet
Ringler, Joyce Thibeault, Phyl-
Students who enjoy discusssion and public speaking find
pleasure in participation in Forensics under the direction
of Mrs. P. Wisniewski. Members are active in debates
and discussions during the winter with neighboring
schools. These students are mainly from speech classes.
The staff members also decorate the library and the
trophy case. Many of those who work in library will
find that this training will help at college and for part
time work. Points are earned for the all school letter
as well as academic credit.
Dwight Martin, Sue Precobb, Jane Willis,
Doris Krzywkowski, and Judy Wocken-
fuss organize thoughts pro and con for
their coming debate,
As spring rolls around Forensics are opened to
the entire student body. At this time the contests are
divided into five groups. The groups are humorous
reading, interpretive reading, original oratory, dec-
larnation, and extemporary speaking.
Page 103 text:
TOP ROW: R. Coolman, G. Trombley, L. Baxter, C.
Merrill, D. Barkley, D. Mansell, D. Martin, M. Barents
A. Remington, R. Cone, D. Mackinder, J Unverzagt,
R. Montoya, J. Gardner, C. Bockelman. SECOND ROW.
L. Lentz, J. Jergenson, C. Erickson, C. Schneemawn,
B. Ollis, L. Borgia, G. Scott, L. Barnes, B. Heinzman
B. Jacobson, C. Jacobson, J. Campbell, J. Deedler, R.
DeGutis, P. Moore, K. Vots, J. Gilmore. THIRD RCW:
K. Brockman, S. Foster, F. Juselavage, J. Macintosh,
S. Woodard, K. Frigon, S. Malone, E. Lewis, J. Bowers,
C. Weighill, M. Grismer, C. Matevia, J. Sommerman,
J. Boyce, S. Meyer, R. Robinson. FOURTH ROW: P.
Leslie, A. Fullagar, B. Yeager, G. Lynch, S. Helwig, N.
Hartsell, R. Abel, K. Bradley, L. Anders, L. Ankeline,
P. Coleman, J. Johnson, C. Campbell.
have an informal
practice session in
preparation for the
March of DimeS
Page 105 text:
The Shutterbugs, one of the newer clubs at Bentley
High School, was organized mainly to meet the photo-
graphic needs of the school. Members may use school
equipment or their own. The boys from the club are
frequently seen at football games, basketball games,
and other sports events, as well as the activities of the
other school organizations. Pictures taken are used by
the yearbook, the Echo, and sometimes the Livonian.
This year a few members have entered pictures in the
photographic contests that are open to students.
The training received in the club is often used in
part time iobs. Many Shutterbugs work for local
photographers and several plan to follow this
Tom Romanow and Bob Wilson spend many long I
hours in the darkroom developing pictures.
ls it absolutely necessary
tor so many Shutterbugs to
be around to take a picture
of a pretty girl?
TOP ROW - Gordon Davis,
Robb lmonen, Joan Sudnik,
Mr. .lack Comstock, Lee Doo-
little, Bob Wilson, Tom Ro-
sEcoNo Row-Ea Pringle-
meir, Doug Wallace, Jim
Munch, Dan Chapman
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