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Proof-reading was iust one of the editorial
battles to which Lesley dedicated her winter
Hours spent in a panic over deadlines, gobs of gooey
rubber cement, endless cutting and pasting, copy to be
typed, proofed, sent to the printer, plus plain hard
work and endurance went into this year's Pioneer. We
worked hard sixth hours, after school, and even during
But it wasn't all work, Lee told iokes, and Cheryl gave
me an exploding ink pen to do all my writing with, and
we all got tired enough to paste other staff members
with rubber cement if there were any to be found after
Shirley had appropriated it all for erasers.
Finally, when we felt that we'd reached the breaking
point, the book was done: the last blurb was sent in,
the last picture was taken and pasted down, and the
last bottle of glue was used up.
We feel now that it was worth all the work-we may
even learn to enioy our ulcers. We hope that the entire
book exhibits our theme, Quality Quotient, which is
featured in our special introductory section and mir-
rored in each page, along with the pride we feel in
being part of this project and Bentley High School.
Besides the "ab"normal sixth hour crew, we are in-
debted to innumerable others for their various con-
tributions to the i960 Pioneer.
Our thanks go to Mack Suprunowicz, our printer, and
his wife Lorraine who added many of the extra dashes
of color to our book.
We'd also like to thank Bill Armour, Glenn Bookout,
Pete Boyd, Lee Deschamps, Diane Evans, Heather
Fitzgerald, Patti Fleenor, Wayne Gray, Sheila Haiduc,
John lmonen, Bonnie Jacobson, Linda Gray, Nelson
Mead, Donna Palonen, Sue Sellon, Marlene Smith, and
Gary Winebrener for their work on selling ads. Sue
Orrin and Pat Davis, co-chairmen of our two dances,
deserve a vote of thanks, along with Carole Boyd and
Diane Orel, for making Coeur d'Amour, our Royalty
Romp, one of the big events of the school year.
Also, our thanks go to our homeroom sales representa-
tives, the patient teachers and administrators, and even
to the newspaper staff that was remarkably decent
about letting us take over ll6W occasionally.
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ditor: Lesley Anders
Art: Patricia Davis, Diane Orel, Sue Orrin
Athletics: Bob Burkett, Lee Deschamps
Faculty: Donna Palonen
Index: Carol Anderson, Ted Hart, Rosemarie Pai,
School Life: Shirley McGhee, Patricia Davis
Seniors: Jean Adamson, Cheryl Pickett
Underclassmen: Sue Gerrard, Bob Burkett
Business Manager: Arlene Rieker
Photographers: Don Hearn, Carl Jason, Austin Lynch,
Jim Munch, Dennis Skotak
Adviser: Julia A. Smith
Faculty Business Manager: Gene P. England
Typists: Yvonne Keller, Rosemarie Paff
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