Bentley High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Livonia, MI)

 - Class of 1959

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"fri 'M 25' HKS-','? 1 M! g , GRACE M. WALLACE B.S., Michigan State Uni- versity. University of Michi- gan, Kent State, Eastern Michigan, Western Michi- gan, Ohio State University, Wayne State University. Homemaking. Head of Homemaking for Livonia Public Schools. Social Ac- tivities. Developing skills involved in efficient, artistic and smooth home management is the aim of the Home Economics program. Everything is taught from washing dishes and preparing meals to interior decorating. Students learn about vitamins and nutrients, about wise food selection, preparation and preservation. Be- Eating the meals they have prepared is the most pleasant part ot Home Economics class work. The girls also learn proper table settings as a background for pleasant dining. sides studying foods, the students learn to follow fashions and to sew. Etiquette and the care of children, managing budgets, learning such household chores as washing clothes and vacuuming carpets also form part of this cur- riculum. All these things combine to train home economics students as better homemakers Library or kitchen-we train all tastes. Library facilities, available to both students and faculty, provide a number of books, magazines, and pxamphlets and other illustrative materials from which can be chosen information for reports, speeches and research papers. There is also a large selection of fiction books which can be checked out for the per- sonal reading enioyment of the library's customers. The serenity of this room makes it an ideal place in which students can do their research studying, an annexed reading room provides a quiet and pleasant atmosphere for teachers to work. nan :QM na 3-sr .um-.. qggyv--.. . - .,. ig i---,,.,- Q4 1. SS Shirley Noble found the card catalog most helpful in locating ma- terial sho needed for a class. RACHEL HILBERT A.B., Western Michigan University, M.A., Wayne State University. University of Michigan, Library Training. DORIS E. KANGAS B.A., University of Michi- gan. Library Training. Social Activities.

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and SA iv"f'f sg'- "5 some Atty, 32' Z. Xi C JOHN GLANZ BEd M Ed University of Toledo Beginning Art Advanced Painting and Sculpturing Advanced Sculpturmg and Ceramics Commercial Art Stage Scenery ANTHONY M BALOGH B S Central Michigan College Crafts Beginning Art Commercial Art Junior Play Scenery Fme Arts discover and direct Bentley talent ROBERT A CLARK B.S., M.E., Wayne State University Band Dance Band. EUNICE E. RIXMANN B.M., Illinois Wesleyan Universityg M.M., Univer- sity of Michigan. University of Wisconsin, San Diego State College. Mixed Chorus, Girls' Choir, Madrigals. Spring Musical. WILLIAM D. SAVOLA B.M.E., Northern Michigan Collegeg M.M.E., Indiana University. Westminster Choir College. Orchestra. Livonia Youth Symphony Orchestra. fi, Z Beauty may well be the most im portant business of the Flne Arts classes Whether wielding a drum stick or a paint brush, whether drawing out the subtle tones of a llnely-tuned violin or the subtle lines of an idea transferred to a piece of sculpture, music and art students are learning the loy and enrichment of these branches of the tree of knowledge. 175 .li



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ALFRED G HAKALA B S Northern MIchIgan College MA Umverslly of MIchIgan Bookkeepmg TYPIHQ DIXIE LEE CREWS A B B S Oakland Clty College lndIana M S lndlana UnIversIty Typmg Shorthand Remembrance Fund SocIal Actnvmes ETHEL R KIRKWOOD B A Cornell College Iowa Amencan lnstutute ot Busuness Typmg Personal Tvpms Today s typlst IS tomorrow s secretary, Preparahon to meet the challenge of the commercIal world after graduatIon IS the traInIng gIven to students enrolled In the BusIness Educatnon department Bookkeepmg begIns In the sophomore year and contnnues on through the Iunuor year, stressIng the Importance of neatness and accuracy In numbers TypIng IS another two year course The first year student learns fundamentals, parts of the typewrIter for cleanlng and small repaIr purposes, and begIns to Increase typmg speed The fOllOWlhg year IS largely the development of produchon skIlls and Increased accuracy and speed Shorthand stresses hIgh lIterate standards as well as mechanIcal coordI natIon These characterIstIcs fOCllllGfe the stenographers abIlIty to take dIctatIon and to transcnbe It quIckly and precusely The BUSINESS Machunes course IS desIgned to acquaInt students wuth ways of runnIng the vanety of machInes wIth whuch modern OHICBS are apt to be equIpped Gunning o worklng knowledge of many machmes wlll help these gurls Ih future omce vocations and help to ellmrnote mistakes if if g 1 GENE P ENGLAND B S Manchester College M B A lndlana UnIver sIty Bookkeepmg Busmess Machmes Yearbook Busl ness Manager BUSINESS Educahon Good posture and correct finger posltlons Improve typlng speed S' , G 0 , . . G we, 4 'A P EI 4 .A I , I e We , , I 1 J ' , X X ,fl 1'

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