Bentley High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Livonia, MI)

 - Class of 1958

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I hill 3012 378 CO-CDP Cooperative training enables students to bridge the gap between school and full-time employment. Through enrollment in the cooperative training pro- gram a trainee devotes half his time to an in-school schedule ancl the other half to a part-time paid job. His school schedule includes a balanced combination of subiects required for graduation and subiects directly related to his job. The job time is devoted to performing tasks normally assigned to new work- ers in the occupation. Upon graduation the trainee is qualified to assume a full-time job with a background of training. The trainee, the employer, the school, andthe community all benefit from this program. I fl, li Q.: :.. Seeing your name in print isn't any for Dave Sneary, assistant to Mr. Phillip Sparrow, display manager at Reed's Depart- ment Store. Left, Mrs. Dolores Hoheisel, secretary to Mr. Cecil Alford, principal, shows Joyce Thomp- son a ditto that she would like reproduced for office use. Below, Harv Moelke, real estate agent, gives Judy Zarembski, his girl "Friday", the address of a prospective buyer.

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Mr. Arthur Rogers, advisor, Carol Clark, treasurer, Tony Petrilli, vice-president, Jack Staron, president, and Sandy Marsh, secretary discuss the agenda for the next Student Council meeting. Student Council The Senuor Hugh Student Council has a very um The councul guves the students a chance to make portant roll to perform un the progress of Bentley decusuons and plans which concern the school the Hugh School The actuvutues of the different clubs are students and the communuty regulated by the Student Councul Beung a Student Councul member us consudered an honor and pruvulege by many students TOP ROW Muke Bratherton Eldon Dulluon Gary Sa bane Judy Noble Eleanor Neulson Ann Templeton Ron Gable Jum Paul Duck Kemnutz Terry Kelley Jack THIRD ROW Jamce Luckwald peggy Moms sharon sfafon Owens Nancy Wulluams Gwen Wulls Duane Duehl SECOND ROW Shurley Noble Jean McCredue Donna Janet Eudt Kathy Memmer Nancy Markley Brenda Ford Wayne Gray Gary Prevo Ron Holmes Bull Ko Walsh Barbara Turner Barbara Bandy 82 V . , . z . I . . I - I I . I I kola, Lee Anschuelz, Doug Shalor, Jim Carmichael, Connie Gorski, Sandy Marsh. I . r . . 1 I 3 I , - , , . . I . I . . I I . I . I . . I I I 1 1 1 I ' 1 I



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s . . li TOP ROW: Nancy Aimino, Gerry Jilio, Bonnie But- ton, Mary Smith, Sharon Sokolov, Carol Matevia, Sue Hall, Gail Hotchkiss, Jerry Nickles, Leroy Fahle, Randy Yancey, Wayne Dickinson, Marilyn Miller, Marilyn Hilton, Margaret Aratari. SECOND ROW: Dick Levandowski, Linda Baugh, Doris Krzyw- kowski, Jeanne Cesarz, Don Phillippi, Jack Staron, Bob Mc Namee, Jim Merek, Meredith Keras, Toni The Future Teachers' Club, the largest organization in Bentley High School, is organized for those students in- terested in the field of teaching. Under the supervision of Mr. Fred Syerson the members teach for six weeks at the many elementary schools in Livonia or at the two Junior High Schools, Riley and Whitman. These practice teachers learn much from observation as well as helping the teachers. Also the future teachers participate in Student Day. Members of the club take the place of all the teachers. This event is co-sponsored by the Student Council which takes over the administrative offices. The future teachers again made their annual trip to Eastern Michigan College to interest students in teaching. Another event which occurred was the Suburban Six Future Teachers' conference held this year at Bentley High School. The representatives from each school had discussion groups in the morning and in the afternoon guest speakers, Dewey Barich, Dr. Robert Lusk, A. R. Hellwarth, and Thomas White talked to the future teachers about the teaching field. Because of these wonderful opportunities to learn more about teaching, the club hopes that these future teachers will fill our nation's educational needs. Meredith Keras checks the appointment book to assume the duties of counselor for Mrs. Dorothy Shadford on Student Day. 84 'U Jackman, Sue Ryder, JoAnne McVicar, Barbara Such- ner, Vivan Parmenter. THIRD ROW: Janice Staples, Sue Cook, Linda Smith, Connie Hammersley, Lillian Maki, Kathy Boutwell, Nancy Bass, Carol Conard, Eleanor Neilson, Judy Plumley. FOURTH ROW: Peggy Morris, Sandra Panzari, Marcia Mead, Gail Wheelock, Mary Finch, Janet Eidt, Gwen Wills, Karen Lubig, Carol Clark. 'ri

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