Bentley High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Livonia, MI)

 - Class of 1960

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V-.wp M.,7 Student Council's good citizenship oath was administered Bratherton, Kathy Memmer, Deanna Tarbet, and Jim to the entire student body, at an outdoor assembly in Carmichael. Versatile Jim and Mike both won football September, by SC otticials lbacks to cameral. Left to honors in those uniforms, while Deanna and Kathy com- right are Mr. Webster, sponsor, and officers Mike pleted their second season as varsity cheerleaders. L mp mdlg MM- rmwfwzma Those visitors from outer space who say, "Take me to your leader," are sure to be escorted to Bentley, where leadership is a common characteristic of students, fac- ulty, and administration. Such visitors as Juan Gomez, ot Bogota, Columbia, can vouch for that. Take Jim Carmichael-Student Council president, all- star football and basketball player, courteous, intelli- gent AND handsome Bentley representative. Take versatile Mr. Charles Zoet-math teacher, coun- selor, coach, tireless committee worker, past LEA presi- dent, member ot the Board of Education in his home- town, a neighboring community. Take Dr. Friedrichs-new principal who came to know everyone well and happily in so short a time. Or Mr. Amerman, calm, considerate, courteous in all situations. Multiply these typical Bentleyites several hundred times, with minor variations. The result is a rate of versatility and leadership ability hard to equal. Dr. Donald Friedrichs and Bentley students officially met during the first assembly of the year. Fine fall weather permitted this to take place at the stadium and to double as a pep assembly. -new-viii.

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During advanced placement math 121, Mr. ' -f.,-. .yank ...K .,..,,, X K K Zoet explains a fine point to quick minds before him. -sri'-1. uit, 'i'?"' vi "1 Q" V, 353 V . . . -I .i .MA My ,. I. ' flip,-f"' : fs? V iq ", H I f K x, .iii Tig ' i .--. wi' rw 2 1' ,5 ' A ' ' ' ' 09' 33 f 1 - " 1 ,,, 5 ' tv. ,I . f infix !S st 'Nm F 7 H.. , f ft b. . cf' - . .., . i i in Spring finds him coaching reserve baseball. Of the many examples of versatility and leadership among Bentley's fac- ulty, we like to think that Mr. Charles Zoet is typical. Not only is he recog- nized as an excellent mathematics teacher, but he also has the admir- ation and respect of his students and fellow teachers as a counselor and, during the spring months, as reserve baseball coach. For several years he has actively participated in the LEA, of which he is the immediate past president. He is also active in civic aFfairs in his home town, a neighbor- ing community. Mr. Zoet has boundless enthusiasm for his classes and is always ready to help his students. With Mike Bratherton, left, he pon- ders u solution to a problem. He assists another of his seniors, Bill Armour, right. Together with Mr. Tom Hartsig, Mr. Zoet spon- sors the Math Club for all students in school who are interested in delving into mathema- tics mysteries o little deeper than classroom time permits.



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Fred Bobier "Many Moons." !lea0'ez2bua62y uozihnt Like June in Oklahoma, talent is "busting out" all around Bentley's halls, as students strive to perfect their abilities into something truly beautiful. Any hour of the day, instrumental and vocal strains can be heard as musicians rehearse. Down the hall, ama- teur sculptors, painters, designers discover magic in their fingertips. Dramatic techniques are studied and exhibited by would-be actors. Beauty lurks in more practical places too: in the hands of mechanics, dress- makers, draftsmen, and in the athletic performances of daring and skill which leave spectators breathless. 's bassoon adds its rich tones to orchestra Directed by Mr. Robert Clark, the Concert Band shared in a program of holiday music. Dick Arieski and Bill Armour tested their dra matic skill in "The Late Christopher Bean Both boys also took part in their lumor play

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