Bentley High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Livonia, MI)

 - Class of 1959

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9 fc.: x V. fl F it s A I x Stamping posters is iust one iob Tony Petrilli has as president of Student Council. Lesley Anders and Jerry Baker exemplified the "good 5' dress" campaign sponsored by Student Council. the school in promoting good grooming, behavior patterns ,f 1 rv 5 STUDENT EXECUTIVE BOARD. Front row, left to right: Mr. Rogers, sponsor: Toni Jack- man, treasurer, Torn Eveland, vice-president, Tony Petrilli, president, Kathy Memmer, secretary. Second row: Sandy Schafer, Gail Lindsay, Geri Cowden, John Hawkins, Wendy Jackman, Shirley Noble, Cora Plumley. Third row: Mike Bratherton, Jim Ziegler, Roger Davis, Corky Buxton, Ron Mitchell, Richard Albrecht, Bob Waterston. lOl

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t7 rv cr! 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 Carol Thiesmeyer, Gary Moore, Ron Fifth row: Janice Mike Bratherton, 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. xv ' 'Ll Representing each homeroom, Student Council members led lOO .,.,.,3.,- ...,... - J.. ...,...l. Yvonne Coulter, chairman of Christmas Canned Food Drive tor the Council, accepts o donation from Gerri Repka, at Home- room 12-IO. 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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. . . F.. FUTURE TEACHERS. lMr. Fred Syerson and Mr. Terrence Connors, sponsors.l Front row, left to right: Gary Moore, Toni Jackman, Gail Hotchkiss, Don Phillippi, Meredith Keras, Carol Precobb, Mr. Syerson. Second row: Teddy Spencer, Sue Swanson, Barb Bandy, Sharon Lamb, Lynn Ankelein, Jeanette Kallak, Flo Higley, Lesley Anders, Jackie Bruening. Third row: Gail Lynch, Sharon Peterson, Sue Pringle, Darla Jennings, Kathleen Vots, Gretchen Bartlowe, Marion Sergison, Karen Stahl. Fourth row: Wayne Gray, Sandy Schafer, Carolyn Fahle, Judy Campbell, Judie Kaiser, Donna Ford, Sue Bowser, Judy Hunter, Shirley Noble, Bonnie Crill. Fifth row: Liz Watchko, Mary Ellen Grismer, Suzanne Hall, Jim Paul, Dale Dickinson, Sharon Sokolov, Margie Wolfe, Carol Nicholas, Gerry Jilio, Carol Loucks. FUTURE TEACHERS OFFICERS. Front row: Toni Jackman, public- ity, Meredith Keras, vice-president, Gail Hotchkiss, vice-president, Carol Precobb, secretary-treasurer. Back row: Mr. Syerson, Gary Moore, publicity, Don Phillippi, president. Bentley boosts one of the largest lif not the largestl Future Teachers groups in the country, a fact that is a source of mutual pride to students and faculty. Besides initiation and a sock hop, the group sponsors the annual Student Day, when members take over school desks for one day. Senior members gain experience by "teaching" occasionally in the Livonia Public Schools. Mr. Charles Zoet, President ot the Livonia Education Association, presided ot a ioint induction and in- stallation ceremony in December. l02 , . FUTURE TEACHERS. Front row, left to right. Carol Clark, Pauline Moore, Anina Fullagar, Janice Lechel, Helena Tuomari, DeAnn Weidner, Karen Lubig, Cheryl Welsh, Carolyn Martin, Jim Culbertson. Second row: Eileen McLeod, Janice Staples, JoAnne McVicar, Judy MacMurtrie, Bonnie Button, Doris Grebik, Judy Domine, Geraldine Zawacki, Sheila Haiduc, Carol Lee Bitz. Third row: Cathy Schmidt, Carole Couillard, Nancy Aimino, Susan Overmyer, Sue Clark, Sharon Kale, Carol Matevia, Leslie Borgia, Judy Wodkenfuss, Sandra Gaston, Mr. Connors. Fourth row: Sheila Benson, Carol Pulfer, Richard Wilson, Lee Deschamps, Orval Nutt, George Zambiasi, Wayne Dickenson, Jim Munch, Carol Weighill, Judy Jones. Our Future Teachers are the "most"-quantity and quality. - X 'fx-f FUTURE TEACHERS. Front row, left to right: Leni Hutton, Judy Oncza, Nancy Silvey, Deanna Tarbet, Kathy Memmer, Gwen Trombley, Ruth Coolman. Second row: Sandy Owston, Esther Middlewood, Martha Weaver, Judy Elmore, Lois Staples, Sandy Dawson, Carol Casselman, Amy Richardson. Third row: Margaret McCarthy, Jean Steinhott, Janet Eidt, Carol Bufiord, Connie Jacob- son, Bill Kobane, Judy Slocum, Mary Pope, Karen Larsen, Gail Lindsay. Fourth row: Joel Diskin, Stewart Papineau, Mikey Brather- tan, Gerry Godlewski, Carl Lietzow, Gary Kleinow, Tony Petrilli, Jerry Baker, John Tresh. President Don Phillippi checked roll as students entered the bus to attend Future Teachers Day program at Eastern Michigan College.

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