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Under guidance of Jim Carmichael and Dr
Friedrichs, sophomore Steve Powers cam
paigned for class office. Waiting their turn
were Greg Mapes and Boris Dimitroff All
three boys were elected.
Hockaday, left, won the DAR Good
Award this fall, and Gloria Bergen,
baked cherry pies good enough to
t prize at Bentley and a fourth place
of Wayne County in pie-baking con-
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ERE THEY ARE: Bentley's seniors-the
result of three years of learning in an
atmosphere of quality-in the classroom, in
a variety of activities, in sports.
Each senior has contributed a part of himself
to make Bentley the first-rate school it is,
and also to give his years here a special and
lasting place among his fondest memories.
Sandy Schaffer, secretary of the
Class of l960, was typically
proud of her diploma.
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These outstanding Seniors discuss their experiences at
Girls' and Boys' States during the summer of 1959, left
to right: Gary Winebrener, Lee Deschamps, Danna
' Hackaday, Donna Palonen, Bill Armour, Ron Mitchell,
Fred Babier, Karen Frigon, and Mile Bratherton.
Royalty Ramp royalty included Craig Robinson, Sandy
Schaffer, Sharon LaMothe, Ron Holmes, Lesley Anders,
and Mike Bratherton, shown dancing left: and Lee
Deschamps and Barb Bundy, above, approaching the
This year's Senior class was filled with students who
expressed Bentley's over-all quality in scholastics, in
citizenship, in leadership, and also in areas of artistic
Our seniors ranked high on National Merit and Cal-
lege Board examinations, and found themselves in
line for many scholarships and awards.
One of our senior girls out-baked all but three others
in a county cherry pie-baking contest. Seniors Jean
Jurgenson, Jean Steinhoff, Rae Miller, and Fay Cossin
placed high in the Crowley-Milner Art Contest. Others
received honors for musical competition. All in all, the
Class of '60 reflected Bentley's total picture of quality.
Roger Blackmar, Amy Richardson, and Bill Armour were
semi-finalists in the National Merit Scholarship com-
petition, and bath Bill and Amy were finalists.
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