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Page 105 text:
TIONS . . . CLUBS. Every year
clubs manage to organize
themselves wedged in be-
tween vast amounts of
school work and other activi-
ties. Each and every club is a
service to the school and its
members. Headed by the
Student Council, which is the
school government, service
clubs range from Civil De-
fense to Audio-Visual. Inter-
est groups entice such vary-
ing tastes as photography,
nursing, teaching, science,
math, or linguistics. Athletic
inclinations find outlet in
Varsity, G.A.A., and Pep
Clubs. And every club, what-
ever its reason for existence,
exhibits the high standards
of behavior and dedication
for which its Bentley students
are famous and of which
they are proud.
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Page 106 text:
STUDENT COUNCIL. lMr. Arthur Rogersl. Front row, left to right: Barbara Turner, Carol
Betterndorf, Tony Petrilli, Tony Jackman, Mr. Rogers, Kathy Memmer, Tom Eveland, Sharon
LaMothe, Deanna Tarbet. Second row: Cora Plumley, Sandy Schaffer, Carolyn Van
Keuren, Johnny Shepherd, Gwenn Wallace, Cherie Hall, Gail Lindsay, Joy Hogg, Shirley
Noble, Ruth Mauller. Third raw: Marion Sergison, Sue Farquhar, Barbara Lau, Wayne
Gary Moore, Ron
Fifth row: Janice
raw: Ron Holmes,
Gray, Pamela Cutler, Wendy Jackman, Carl Chilkewit, Yvonne Coulter,
Nancy Rybski. Fourth row: Geri Cowen, Carole Amos, Liz Watchko,
Dunn, Dennis Snorey, John Hawkins, Nancy Kirk, Pat Luby, Donna Ford.
Ewald, Roger Hermann, Dean Fortin, Bob Waterston, Dennis Cedar,
Linda Mishler, Richard lutze, Bob Klingensmith, Raelee Ba'hwell. Sixth
Richard Albrecht, Corky Buxton, Roger Davis, Douglas Reed, Dave Peterson, Ron Mitchell,
Jim Ziegler, Jack Mullins, Dick Kemnitz.
Representing each homeroom, Student Council members led
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Yvonne Coulter, chairman of Christmas
Canned Food Drive tor the Council, accepts
o donation from Gerri Repka, at Home-
Largest Student Council group in the Suburban Six
League, Bentley's governing body devotes itself to
one goal: betterment of the school. The '58-'59 group
comprised members from each of the school's 60
homerooms and met every two weeks. After sponsor-
ing a Sock Hop following the first home football game,
the Council allotted dances equally to other school
organizations. For the first time, student identification
cards were distributed to the student body. Another
autumn activity was a self-improvement campaign
which resulted in better dress and manners for all
students. Council committees supervised cafeteria
neatness, placed wastebaskets at the water fountains,
collected food in a school-wide "Canned Goods
Drive" at Christmas time lto help needy community
familiesi, carried on the March of Dimes campaign,
and operated "lost and found." lt continued to sponsor
one representative each to Girls' State and Boys'
State, and it assisted the AFS program. Together these
activities kept Council members very busy.
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