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Page 59 text:
Pause that retleshes -bath for the purchaser
and the Senior treasury, that is .
"These shirts are almost as nice as the ones I
knit, and they're much less expensive."
. . .-:P-I1
Points, dollars pile up via sales of cokes, cards, candy, etc
Money, money, money-that's what the
Senior Class of i959 sought and got for their
Senior trip and gift to Bentley. Concession
stands during the football and basketball
seasons were run feverently by Seniors busily
selling cokes, potato chips, and candy to hun-
gry spectators. Early winter saw citizens of
Livonia and surrounding communities greeting
the Seniors who were then selling "boxes
upon boxes" of candy and Christmas cards.
Further to prevent bankruptcy in the treasury,
funds were derived from booster buttons,
sweat shirts, auto stickers, and book covers.
What an exciting day it was when the pic- is
tures arrived, iust in time tor Christmas. We
hadn't realized how utterly glamorous we
really were .
, .. ...,,
Page 58 text:
Each class presents its school with a core of students
who work hard in class and for extra-curricular activi-
ties too. Their own lives are enriched in almost direct
proportion to the service they do for others. Boomer-
ang-like, the honors come back to them. ln the summer
between their junior and senior years, six Bentley
students participated in Wolverine Boys' State and one
attended Wolverine Girls' State. In mid-year, DAR
"Good Citizen" and Betty Crocker awards were an-
nounced. At the annual awards assemblies, students
received recognition for their contributions in all areas
of school life. Scholarship winners and the top senior
honor students were also announced.
Meredith Keras was BentIey's selection as
DAR "Good Citizen" for 1958-1959.
Honors are reward for service to school and community
7. -Ts ,
in ' 1-1 gone
' f I sv
and Tony Petrilli
the wonderful two
weeks spent at Wol
verine Boys' and
Girls' State at Mtch
igan State and the
University of Much
igan ore Stew Pap:
neau, Bill Schnel
Carroll Roose, Mary
Pope, Carl Hansen
Page 60 text:
Mother, sisier and
their boyfriends dis-
cover Lancelol Briggs
hiding underlhe seflee
in "The Trysling
Class of '59 thespians presented one act plays as Juniorsp
Agnes tells her bass
how wonderful he is
while his wife con-
agrees. This scene was
from "Apollo af
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