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Page 22 text:
Heather Fitzgerald and Bob Klingensmith
found AFS student Kiki Jawad, of Pakistan,
a most interesting addition to school life.
Members of the advanced iournalism class interviewed
Congresswoman Martha Griffiths after she had ad-
dressed senior government classes.
September school bells do more than call students back
to classrooms. They also signify an even closer relation-
ship between teen-age school activities and other
phases of community life.
Bentley's students participated in such fund-raising
campaigns as Community Chest, March of Dimes. They
brought canned food in a Christmas drive to help
needy families. They assumed city offices and pon-
dered civic problems on Student Government Day.
In return, PTA and Back-to-School Night gave adults
opportunities to observe Bentley's program first-hand.
Again this year, AFS made it possible for a foreign
student to attend Bentley, thus to absorb typical
American living and to acquaint Americans with foreign
traditions and beliefs. Once again this summer a
Bentley student will go abroad for the same purpose.
From any standpoint, Bentley is very much a part of
the world around it.
Page 21 text:
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Faculty members were treated to holiday
goodies as the home economics teachers and
librarians combined to present the Christmas
With shoes parked unceremoniously along the sidelines, Bentley
students danced at Sock Hops following all home football and
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Ron Mitchell and Mike Bright weren't dancingg they were
enioying the Varsity Club Splash Party. During the year
many groups had such gay events at Bentley's beautiful
With Jim Toplin at the rudder, lrene Giannetti and Pat Farmer
proudly rode a Venetian gondola, Junior Class entry in the Home-
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Mr. Cole explained drafting class procedures
to parents at Buck-to-School Night.
Discussing city business on Student Government Day are,
left to right, the Mayor for the day from Clarencevillep
Livonia's Mayor Brashearp another Clorenceville studentg
Mr. Ponder, City Attorneyp Jim Fowkesg Lee Deschampsp
and Jim Carmichael.
Band music for the grand opening of Wonderland was
furnished by Bentley's marching unit.
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