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Page 100 text:
Past, present, future: classrooms on parade
FUTURE TEACHERS. Left to right, front row: P, Loria,
D. Tarbet, J. Hogg, publicity, P. Luby, president, S.
LaMothe, secretary-treasurer, J. Nastold, senior vice
president, S. Hanford, vice president, J. Fenrich, vice
president, S. Gillespie, senior vice president, K. Jawad,
B. Bandy. Second row: S. Farquhar, K. Memmer, S.
Scott, R. Geschwender, J. Wagenschutz, C. Kehoe, N.
Silvey, B. Neilson, J. Oncza, K. Lucas, K. Taylor. Third
raw: E. Scott, J. Oliver, H. Fitzgerald, T. Spencer, E.
McLeod, S. Orrin, A. Richardson, S. Helwig, I. Giannetti,
A. Lynch, P. Wirth, N. Rice. Fourth row: C. Rutherford,
W. Jackman, J. Lingemann, S. Gerrard, S. Whyte,
L. Kuperman, J. Anderson, S. Peterson, A. Bottrill, L.
Schultz. Fifth row: J. Pierce, M. Esper, J. Reske, S.
Bourdas, S. Palmer, L. Rader, L. Walter, J. Kollack,
C. Prevost, L. Ankelein.
FUTURE TEACHERS. Left to right, front row: J. Smith,
S. Schafer, S. Bowser, G. Lynch, M. Weaver, C. Ringnose,
S. Lamb, P. Moore, S. Dawson, E. Pascoe, G. Marquis.
Second row: N. Herter, P. Carson, K. Frigon, J. Aucutt,
S. Viau, P. Farmer, S. Baker, J. Williams, J. Ericson, S.
Haiduc, J. Blaharski, Mr. Connors. Third row: C. Ruther-
ford, J. Sunal, A. Wilson, J. Tresh, J. Diskin, A. Hellman,
J. Zimmerman, W. Gray, J. lmonen, G. Mundy, A. Epley.
Fourth row: L. Schultz, K. Pilgram, H. Trick, S. Wilson,
M. Hilton, D. Wurfel, G. Cowden, J. Berryman, J. Salis-
bury, L. Ritter, C. Bagnall. Fifth row: M. Ludwig, S.
Madsen, L. Staples, B. Patterson, K. Heinzman, D.
Parmenter, J. Crowther, J. White, P. Clarke, J. Laws,
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Carrying trays properly is one ofthe assignments Future
Nurses Nancy Mantel, Marilyn Ludwig, Joanne Willett,
and Joyce Zimmerman must know for their work at
Ardmore Convalescent Home.
What is it about a uniform?
Genuine interest in nursing as a career, and willingness
to work on various group projects are requisites for
Future Nurses Club membership. These girls learn "what
it takes" to be a good nurse by working as nurses'
aides in a convalescent home, and by studying diFfer-
ent types of training available.
This year Future Nurses Club provided all requested
items for two "Forgotten Patients of Lapeer." A school-
wide drive to furnish eyeglasses for "Eyes for the
Needy" was a huge success. At Christmas time the club
collected broken iewelry to be turned over for repair
by handicapped persons.
FUTURE NURSES. Left to right, front row: Mrs. Kirkwood,
K. Heinzman, J. Zimmerman, S. Hanford, secretary,
M. Ludwig, president, T. Byk, treasurer, G. Bergen, vice-
president, N. Mantel, J. Cannady, J. Cousins. Second
row: C. Matthiesen, M. Esper, S. Epley, T. Spencer,
P. Streeter, G. Tresh, B. Varhol, J. Aucutt, J. Bonnici.
Third row: J. Benson, H. Fitzgerald, V. Carlstrom, J.
Salisbury, L. Ritter, P. Vitto, L. Walter, J. Hamilton,
L. Kuperman. Fourth row: M. J. Schimmel, D. Gill,
C. Churchill, J. White, L. Rohhtynski, J. Dillon, S. K. Faff
J. wanen, s. Wilson. '
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Being installed as new officers of Future Teachers was a thrill for
these students. Left to right are Sharon LaMothe, Sue Gillespie,
Mr. Connors, Pat Luby, Holly Trick, Teddy Spencer, Sandra Woidgka,
Mary Lou Newburg, Judy White, and Mr. Edwards.
Organized for students who are interested in the field
of teaching, FTA gives its members the opportunity to
view the profession from all angles.
The cadet teaching program, which took place in the
spring, allowed future teachers to take over classes in
grades of their choice. Student Day, an annual event
at Bentley, is the one day students take over all high
school teaching and administration iobs. This year's
Student Day proved to be a huge success.
FTA members not only saw actual teaching conditions,
they also took a look at educational requirements.
Eastern Michigan College welcomed Bentley's FTA,
who were conducted around the college campus by
One able member each year is chosen for an FTA
scholarship, which is made possible by all the club's
Barbara Willnus, above right, taught American Litera-
ture as her Student Day assignment. Right, Mr. Edwards
checked Future Teachers aboard a bus which carried
them to the Eastern Michigan University Campus.
FUTURE TEACHERS. Left to right, front row: C. Nacker,
M. Bratherton, J. Kaiser, J. Campbell, C. Paul, J. Holm-
berg, D. Grebik, B. Kohane, Z. Nixon, A. Templeton
D. Kemnitz. Second row: D. Orel, R. Porter, K. Bradley
B. Willnus, R. Miller, S. Tartoni, K. Stahl, C. Lietzow
C. Casselman, R. Bogoyevac, Mr. Edwards. Third row
L. Watchko, M. E. Wilkinson, J. Munch, J. Johnson, L
Deschamps, M. Melone, D. Ford, R. Mitchell, D. Wilson
L. Richardson, K. Frame, C. Welsh. Fourth row: N
Godbey, J. Slusser, S. Castle, L. Halstead, B. Burkett,
R. Holmes, M. E. Grismer, S. McGhee, J. Zemboy, N.
Hanes, B. Dickson. Fifth row: C. Weighill, D. Spears
J. Adamson, J. Engle, B. Dorst, M. Smith, L. Gray, C.
Nicholas, B. Jacobson.
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