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An urge to help suffering humanity is the guiding
spirit of the Future Nurses. After graduation from high
school, these girls plan to continue their education by
entering nurses training programs.
Meanwhile they gain experience by taking care ofthe
Health Room during each school day. Mrs. Marie
Brown, school nurse, supervises their activities when
she is in the building, and Mrs. Barbara Fowler directs
the general club program as faculty sponsor. A Sock
Hop is one of the group's money-raising activities.
Future Nurses choose careers designed to help humanity
FUTURE NURSES lMrs Barbara Fowlerl Front row left to right Nancy
Gannon Jean Adamson Connie Paul Mrs Fowler Sue Sellon Nancy Winiarski
Second row Duane Diehl Janice Marchand Sue Whyte Pat Oshowslu
Ardith Bottrill Lois Kuperman Gloria Bergen Third row Linda Lentz Jean
Jurgensen Carolyn Churchill Joyce Zimmerman Kady Heinzmcn Marilyn
Maloney Phyllis Uitto Sharon Baker Theresa Byk Fourth row Pct Payer
Lindo Rohatynski Jeri Salisbury Sandy Woigdka Beverly Alford Sue Bowser
Beaupied Judy White Carole Potoczak Terri Leathley Raelee Bothwell
Barbara Dorst Sue Madsen Jean Dillon Liz Watchko
lt looks like Jim is playing sick again
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SCIENCE CLUB lMr Loren Farrell Mr Donald Rotrockl Front row Iett to
right Mr Farrell Victor Pagan: Jayne Brown Frank Eadle Mr Rotrock
Second row Leonard Kane Albnn Lochmayer Bruce Mnddleton Douglas Reed
John Eadue Edwm Slesak Third row Ted Lewis Arlene Gentry Janet Thueben
Students with intellectual curnoslty meet each week to discuss
math and science In the world today, vocatuonal opportunities
In these fields, and occasionally perform experiments and solve
RIFLE CLUB lMr Wllluam Jenmngsl Front row left to right Mr Jennings
Barry Radawlec Rlchard Barkley Larry Thompson Bruce Doyle Mike Bolton
Second row Harry Topolmckl Faye LaLone Gary Nlemeck Dave Hembree
Markmanshnp us a hobby of many today Bentley has provnded
a club for those Interested an this skull Students gather on the
range with their equipment to learn the mechanics of a rifle
and the basuc safety measures mvolved in shooting
In different ways, Rifle and Science clubs honor precision
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VARSITY CLUB. lMr. Jack Hudnutl. Front row, left to right: Bob LaChance, Keith Fogel,
Dick Levandowski, Richard Hoobler, Joe Mason, Jim Unverzagt, Glen Shaw, Jerry Baker,
Carl Burke. Second row: Dick Paul, Stewart Papineau, Don Phillippi, Pat Warner, Chuck
Drewry, Dick Albrecht, John Champe, Larkin Breed, Bill O'Neill, Dick Habora. Third row:
Jerry Jordan, Dennis Bouftord, Joc Antonazzo, Jim Ziegler, Ron Mitchell, Tom Eveland,
Mike Bratherton, Dick Pierce, Jerry Tartoni. Fourth row: Don Smith, Dave Mitchell, Connie
Hartsoe, Gary Palonen, Jim Miller, Roger Davis, Randy Yancey, Bror Nilsson, Rocky White-
head. Fifth row: John Reddy, Carol Lietzow, Jim Waterstan, Lee Salo, Ed Pringlemier,
Ron Bogoyevac, Jim Carmichael, Gary Kleinow, Doug Shailar.
Proven athletic prowess is requisite for Varsity Club boys
Although a relatively inactive group, Bentley's Varsity Club represents
the elite in one area of school lite. A boy must have earned a school
letter in a varsity sport to be eligible for membership. Those who
belong wear their iackets and sweaters as proudly and honorably as
they serve their school on gridiron, basketball court, wrestling mat,
baseball diamond or wherever they have made their fame in sports.
This year the boys met regularly and had ofticers for their organization.
They planned a sock-hop as an all-school activity. As a group they
occasionally attended maior athletic events in the Detroit area and
always supported BentIey's sports program, whether in the activity of
their choice or another.
VARSITY CLUB OFFICERS. Looking over a film which the club may
view are John Reddy, sergeant-at-arms, Larkin Breed, president,
Jim Waters'on, treasurer, Jim Ziegler, secretary, Jim Carmichael,
vice'president, and Mr. Hudnut, sponsor.
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