Bentley High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Livonia, MI)

 - Class of 1958

Page 92 of 160

 

Bentley High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Livonia, MI) online yearbook collection, 1958 Edition, Page 92 of 160
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TOP ROW-Sue Ryder, Gerry Jilio, Carol Pulfer, Karen Harte, Shiela Benson, Nancy Aimino. SECOND ROW-Connie Gorski, Carol Loucks, Richard Albrecht, Susan Malone, Lee Ford. THIRD ROW-Jackie Reid, Judy Gardner, Sandra Panzari, Gail Haase, Rosemary Robinson, karen Larsen, Lois Coates, Carol Precobb, Marion Sergison, Mr. George Manuel. TOP ROW-Sandra Burbank, Margaret McCarthy, Judy Campbell, Larry Thompson, Gordon Sherman, Dennis Dearing, Sharon Kale, Jeanne Cesarz, Connie Gorski, Lee Ford, Jo Ann McVicor. SECOND ROW-Clark Poole, Beverley Spencer, Leslie Anders, Barry Radawiec, Carol Matevia, Gail Haase, Judith Richards, Dave Mackinder. MASK AND MIKE Students who like the theater and its glamour can ioin the Mask and Mike Club. Spon- sored by Mr. George Manuel, this club helps to acquaint students with the theater arts. The club meets once a week to review plays and make re- cordings of scripts, criticizing and complimenting them. They have attended several plays, one of which was "The Most Happy Fellow". The members also organize and read the morning announcements dur- ing homeroom. HISTORICAL CLUB The Historical Club under the sponsorship of Mr. Dominic Paris meets twice a week for those students who wish to learn more about the history of Livonia. The club's main interest is preserving and acquainting the public with our past happenings. The club would also like to interest adults in forming an Historical Society and eventually a museum. This year the club has gathereed material and worked diligently to pro- duce a film on the Livonia School Systems. ""' PFIINI The old Briggs School bell, prize of the Histori- cal Club, seems to be the center of conversation for Berry Radawiec, Judy Campbell, Beverley Spencer, Leslie Borgia, and Bordan Sherman. :K-Ei Q

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STUDENT DAY The third annual Student Day held on April 3 is anticipated by both the stu- dents and faculty. It is sponsored by the Future Teachers' Club who replace ad- ministrative and teaching jobs for a complete day. The cadet teachers not only gain experience in teaching, but they have a lot of fun as well. They are assigned to a teacher who helps them make out a lesson for a day. Then on Student Day itself, the student teacher takes over classes, study halls, and other activities, including sponsoring and monitoring positions. This year there was an afternoon tea dance attended by students and faculty, topping off a very enioyable day. Jack Staron, principal of the day, discusses plans with Mi. Cecil Alford, principal of the year. Ken Koehler, student attendance officer, maps out plans to find his friends as Mr. Stroud gives expert advice. Don Phillippi explains strategies of World War l to Mr. Wilson's United States History classes.



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AUDIO- VISUAL FUTURE NURSES The Future Nurses was started to aid and acquaint girls interested in the field of nursing with its duties. The club meets twice a month under the direction of Mrs. Barbara Fowler and has sponsored toy drives, dances, and delivered baskets at Easter to the chil- dren's hospital. Taking charge of the healthroom also gives the future nurses more experience. They report serious illnesses to the office, check students in and out, and give first aid. TOP ROW- Mrs. Barbara Fowler, Sharon Kale, Carole Potoczak, Karen Harte, Carol Pulfer, Connie Rudnicki, Nancy Aimino, Gerry Jilio, Cathy Schmidt. SECOND ROW-Margaret Quinlan, Jean Adamson, Judy Gardner, Carol Matevia, Carol Taylor, Margaret McCarthy, Buelah Yeager, Doris Grebik. The Audio-Visual club members have served Bentley High School in the past year by showing movies during their study halls. ln the club, spon- sored by Mr. Dominic Paris, the stu- dents learn how to run the projec- tors, repair films, and learn the care of films. The secretary of the club is in charge of ordering all films for the school and has the responsibility of making sure they are returned. N .r"L' During sixth hour Connie Paul prepares to take care of a sick patient. Below TOP ROW-Don Harris, Jerry Neff, Dennis Dear- ing, Jim Harker, Jim Wilson. SECOND ROW-Gary Graye, John Middlewood, Larry Thompson, Ed Lewis. THIRD ROW-Don Marrier, Mr. Dominic Paris, Richard McDonald, Ken Engel, JoAnne McVicar, Gary Prevo, Carolee Bitz. FOURTH ROW-Leslie Borgia, Neil Dud- zik, Don Hopps.

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